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2019

February

Students discover how solar power empowers
February 17, 2019

Tucked away somewhere, in the annals of many a university’s research archives, are the theses of the students of yesteryear.

January

Finding common ground
January 31, 2019

On Thursday, President Donald Trump tweeted that Democrats are becoming the “party of late-term abortion.” The contentious issue took up much of an hourlong debate that evening between Judge Michae

Unite the country? Reach out to the peripheries of society
January 24, 2019

Your strengths are your weaknesses. Take more risks. And reach out to the margins of society.

That is how we can bring a deeply divided country back together again.

2018

November

Bipartisan hosts of 'The Pollsters' podcast analyze midterm elections at ASU event
November 13, 2018

It’s official: Arizona is now a battleground state. This, according to Margie Omero, one half of the “The Pollsters” podcast duo rounded out by Kristen Soltis Anderson.

October

Journalists visit ASU to discuss 'Religion in the Civic Sphere'
October 17, 2018

Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict interim director John Carlson warned audience members at an event Tuesday evening on Arizona State University's Tempe campus that they’d better be havi

ASU professor appointed as affiliate scholar for Faith and Liberty Discovery Center
October 10, 2018

Assistant Professor Karen Taliaferro, in Arizona State University's School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership, has been named an affiliate scholar for

September

ASU students advocate for the deaf in East Africa
September 27, 2018

For seven weeks this summer, Arizona State University sophomores Courtney Langerud and Elliot Wasbotten traveled throughout East Africa, working with deaf organizations and schools to advocate for

Constitution Day: A celebration of ideals
September 17, 2018

Editor's note: Monday, Sept. 17, is Constitution Day. School of Economic Thought and Leadership Associate Director Adam Seagrave penned this op-ed about how Sen.

National Review's Jonah Goldberg discusses ‘Suicide of the West’
September 11, 2018

American democracy is eroding quickly, and it’s not being threatened by an outside force or another country.

August

ASU director delivers inaugural address on 'The Constitution of Innovation'
August 22, 2018

Last spring, Arizona State University's School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership, in partnership with the W. P.

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