Standup Latino: Downtown Phoenix’s Stand Up Live is bringing back Arizona’s official Latino comedy show featuring Juan Villareal. The show starts at 7 p.m. and tickets are $15. The event is only open to people who are 18 years and older.
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"Hamlet, Prince of Denmark:" The ASU Theatre and Shakespeare Club will produce this performance that takes the original Shakespearean dialogue and places it into the setting of a 1970s adult psychiatric facility. There are two performances each day: a matinee from 2 to 4:30 p.m. and an evening performance from 6:30 to 10 p.m. The tickets are $4.15 for students. It will take place on the Union Stage at the Memorial Union at the Tempe campus.
Trivia Night: Crescent Ballroom in downtown Phoenix will be hosting a trivia night at 6 p.m. with the chance for people can win tickets to shows and gift cards to Crescent Ballroom and more. There will be questions about music, pop culture and other topics. Music will start at 5 p.m. with a DJ performing between rounds. The event is free to attend and there will be discounts on food and drinks.
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Scottsdale International Film Festival: Hosted at the Harkins Shea 14, Sunday will be a major day for the festival with movies ranging from "Mademoiselle Paradis" to "Boy Erased." Times vary throughout the day, and most shows cost about $14.
"Trouble in Tahiti:" This is the last day to see the performance set in 1950s suburban America. The Lyric Opera Theatre Student Lab at ASU presents "Trouble in Tahiti," a one-act opera originally composed by Leonard Bernstein that shows a marriage in crisis. Tickets are under $10 each.
With an increase in students pursuing law, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law aims to make the application process for law school easier.
I knew I’d end up in Paris at some point.
On April 7, a group of nine girls including myself and two chaperones got on a train at 7 a.m. from Lyon to Avignon, France. It was the first day of our Provence and Avignon Tour through our study abroad program, University Studies Abroad Consortium. It was also the first day of our spring break.
The French love a good strike.
Every day I hear, speak, write, read and think in French.
The Nice Carnival is one of the world’s largest carnival events. This year, it was held from Feb. 17 until March 3.
After two full weeks of classes, I had winter break part two.
I am currently in my fifth year of learning French, so it was always obvious where I would want to go when I studied abroad: France.
Based on my experiences, some popular misconceptions about the French are that they bathe less, walk around carrying baguettes, that mimes are common street performers and that French waiters are incredibly rude.
Culture shock is like stepping in a pile of dog poop while wearing white Vans.
In 2013, an ASU student wanted to drink a bottle of Chardonnay with a girl, but didn’t have any chilled. He grabbed a strainer and a bunch of ice, but the wine tasted watered down.
ASU faculty and students have mixed feelings about the popularity of crime and medicine fields due to television shows about the professions.
The transition between high school and college can prove to be difficult for individuals with autism, and their college retention rates remain low despite resources to help them complete coursework.
Dana Manuel could not run when the shooting started. Her cousin with multiple sclerosis can’t run, and Manuel couldn’t leave her behind.