Though universities are slowly welcoming queer ideas and imagery, the material struggles that LGBTQ+ individuals face in Arizona and across the United States have remained the same.
Due to the stigma around disability, many ASU students eligible for assistance from SAILS aren't getting the accommodations that they need.
Graduate students with the United Campus Workers union ask ASU for more comprehensive health care coverage as teaching and research assistants.
The unprofessional way in which the Maricopa County election audit is being handled is only going to hurt our state in the long run.
Reproductive health care should not be politicized, and yet, Arizona lawmakers continue to come between a woman and her doctor.
Although losing campaigns don't achieve intended goals, they do lend important data and strategies to future campaigns that can help political parties progress forward.
ASU needs to normalize and promote the use of gender-neutral bathrooms for the communities the restrooms are intended to serve.
The public cannot rely on companies to carry us through times of social change, especially since that is not their incentive.
Many factors that prevent students from participating in music education and performance are exacerbated by the actions of their instructors.
Online counseling gives more students the opportunity to get mental health treatment, helping to further reduce the stigma around seeking mental health assistance.
Certain measures must be taken to ensure the safety of ASU's community in the midst of a global pandemic, such as mandating the vaccine rather than encouraging it.
Freshmen at ASU are automatically enrolled in courses in alcohol education, prescription drug abuse and violence prevention, but not diversity and inclusion training.
SAILS changing its early registration during a difficult time is harmful to students with disabilities at ASU who are already facing high levels of stress.
Since the pandemic began, Asian communities have experienced a higher magnitude of hate crimes and mistreatment that must be brought to an end.
With ASU preparing to return to in-person classes for Fall 2021, current freshmen should be allowed to participate in welcome experiences they missed out on during the pandemic.