Tyler, the Creator booked one of the world's most popular artists to perform at his music festival, and it backfired. How could it have possibly backfired?
Misogynistic behavior is never acceptable, but accounting giant Ernst & Young took a big step in the wrong direction with their how-to presentation for women in the workplace.
Día de los Muertos is a wonderful tradition, as long as the public understands the sentimental nature of the holiday and don't attempt to capitalize on it in movies.
Congress needs to approve the Lower Drug Costs Now Act of 2019 so big pharmaceutical companies can't charge disgustingly high prices for lifesaving prescriptions that people depend on.
The essence of cable is slowly creeping back. With the amount of streaming services being announced, the reminiscent feelings of the cost of cable are resurfacing, merely in a new format.
The gaming community has been in outcry over the banning of a professional Hearthstone player who voiced his support for the Hong Kong protests on stream. Blizzard should stand down instead of suppressing social activism.
Cold weather makes for a more desolate state of mind. NAU's current mental health resources are not sufficient for students to make it through the winter in good spirits.
Every person with a menstrual cycle dreads that one week in the month where it feels like that uterine lining is shedding along with your soul. But, many do not know exactly how much the environment is hurting from it too.
Patagonia, Reformation and Aurorei are popular clothing brands that strive for sustainability, but they don't consider who is able to buy the clothes they make.
The Dark Sky Community certification in Flagstaff exists to preserve the beautiful, starry night sky and prevent light pollution. However, this shouldn't come at the cost of public safety, especially on a college campus.
Romantic relationships between professors and students are always controversial. Sometimes, this type of power dynamic can be maneuvered to be successful and healthy when proper boundaries are set.
The most recent Democratic debate was a train wreck. The candidates could take note from one of the country's most controversial acronyms, MAGDA: Make American Debates Great Again.