The Places They Went: Recent Grads & Where They Are Now

By Mary Grace Richardson, Editor-in-Chief Though we haven’t had the Fall 2017 Convocation ceremony yet, there’s already a feeling of nostalgia on campus. Soon-to-be grads grind away to finish up their classes and job searches while also practicing for Regional Night, organizing their last club events, and going out with fellow T-birds—moments that will soon […]

A World Without Gun Violence

By Youfeng (Gloria) Pan, Staff Writer Dear Granddaughter, I am scared to imagine the world you are going to live in 30 to 50 years from now. On November 5, 2017, a mass shooting happened at a small church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, killing over 25 people and an unborn child.  At least 20 people were […]

The MAGAM Quest to Perfect

By Emily Wilcoxson, Guest Writer  Even though none of us will ever attain perfection, I believe we should all aim for it. Why should we aim for something that there’s little possibility in achieving you ask? Because at least that means we strived for the very best. If you set your bar low, you will […]

Questioning Innovation, Part 2: Underground Vacuum Trains and Toilets

By Chris Barton, Editor-in-Chief This series aims to take a critical look at ASU’s claim to be “#1 in innovation.” What does that actually mean? What does it say about us and our school? And is it even a good thing? Last week we looked at the distinction between invention and innovation, and the process […]