Judah Waxelbaum, Chairman of the Arizona Federation of College Republicans, calls for changes to student government at ASU.
Michael Crow and ASU shouldn't get legal protections from COVID-19 lawsuits stemming from reopening this fall.
Delving into science-fiction can encourage peoples' imaginations to envision changes in the world we strive for in the future.
An arts and sciences education fosters the success skills necessary to thrive in a future with undefined expectations.
Students should look toward nonpartisan political organizations on campus to emphasize the truth and discussion rather than agendas and debates.
Phoenix and Tempe should renew and maintain their e-scooter programs for students usage and ASU should remove the e-scooter ban.
ASU should take esports more seriously by investing more resources into building a facility for esports and gamers on campus.
The city of Tempe's lack of accommodation during the construction frenzy has consequences for the ASU community.
The University should take the threat of the coronavirus seriously by canceling classes and closing buildings so they can be properly sanitized.
Given the available information, ASU officials are handling the new coronavirus scare well, despite speculation among students.
Major League Baseball not disciplining players for cheating creates a moral dilemma for college players hoping to someday join the league.
Student loan debt is rising rapidly, and universal basic income can help alleviate the financial stresses that come with college.
Trump's executive order is the first of many steps in the fight to end anti-Semitism on college campuses.