Tooker House residents should not have to collectively pay for damages to the dorm building when ASU has neglected its students and dorm buildings.
For the average non-billionaire-oil-tycoon citizen, staying informed, voting wisely and holding companies accountable are ways we can make a difference.
ASU needs to better advertise and expand access to reproductive health care resources in order to adequately serve and protect students.
In the wake of the situation in Iran, ASU needs to stand on the right side of history and condemn the Iranian regime.
Arizona votes should strongly oppose anti-democratic candidates and propositions in the upcoming midterm elections, as they pose an extreme danger to democratic processes.
Opinion: The political splendor of the Lake campaign continues to grow amid Arizona PBS debate controversy
The recent Arizona PBS controversy shines light on the rise of political sensationalism, even in local politics, and the importance of voters focusing on what truly matters.
ASU Counseling Services should focus on improving their free services. Instead, they remain consistent with poor advice and scheduling issues.
When voting this November, it's essential to look beyond party labels and vote for the candidate that will serve the community best.
There must be more that can be done than waiting for that one-in-a-million chance of a witness coming forward after years of silence in cold cases.
Voters should look to Mark Kelly and Katie Hobbs over their right-wing opponents, but more radical left-wing politics are needed to defeat authoritarianism.
ASU should expand scholarship options for students affected by parental incarceration and other adversities.
House Bill 2853 is yet another heavy blow to Arizona's struggling public school system; worse than that, it's a reflection of lawmakers restricting democratic processes.
While some defend Greek Life as an opportunity to make connections and take leadership roles, there's a darker side to the society that needs improving.
As ASU looks to hire a new football coach after firing Herm Edwards, there are five obvious candidates, each with their own unique attributes.
Prioritizing a harm reductionist model as the primary response for drug and mental health emergencies would benefit the ASU community.
Lack of compassion leads to indifference, and we lose touch with our own humanity when we stop seeing people as human.
With conference realignment looming on the horizon, Herm Edwards' departure leaves ASU's football program weaker and its future less certain.