New ASU head football coach Kenny Dillingham has all the right tools to get ASU football back on track; the biggest question seems to be, how long will it take?
Democratic wins by Mark Kelly and Katie Hobbs represent the chance for positive changes in Arizona policies across the board.
The once-a-year inclusivity training required for ASU faculty is not enough to create meaningful change for ASU's diverse community.
Mark Kelly and Katie Hobbs won highly contentious elections in Arizona, and it's all because of youth turnout.
Arizonans and around the U.S. demonstrated through ballot propositions their willingness to vote for progressive legislation, bucking what their politicians believe they should do.
The shock-value misogyny displayed by social media personalities like Andrew Tate has real-life consequences and shouldn't be taken lightly.
Drought conditions and water cuts are actively heightening Arizona's water crisis, and Arizona politicians need to prioritize this issue.
Ballot drop box monitors in Maricopa County lead to intimidation and suppression of voters. ASU needs to do more to combat it.
The leaders of this state must be able to lead past today's challenges and lean into tomorrow's possibilities.
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.