Content from the last 30 days
Summer travel exciting and educational
As the school year rapidly draws to a close, only a week of finals stands between you and the freedom of summer.
Our View: Transparency fees
Students who attend ASU are well aware that they will be paying for tuition as well as student fees. Just like tuition, many of the student fees are assessed per credit hour and others by semester.
Letter to the editor for April 29
An article was published on April 25, 2013 after the ASU Debate Team captured the IPDA Team National Championship.
Sadly this article strayed away from the team’s success and slanted toward this notion that the debate team feels mistreated and/or unappreciated by our university and administration.
North Korean threat only fizzles and sparks
I realize this column is late given its topic happened a month ago, but it was necessary to print this at a later date in order to put this situation in its proper place. The North Korea missile crisis is nothing but a big joke.
Our View: Awkward but far from boring
It seems that philanthropy will not be able to cover up for the foul mouth of a sorority sister at the University of Maryland.
Racial integration remains a hurdle
Racial integration, although seen by many as fully implemented in American society, is not always practiced by people.1 comment