Once a month, cinephiles at ASU and across the Valley flock to Alamo Drafthouse Cinema to experience lectures on classic films in front of the big screen.
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Standing at the front of Organ Hall inside ASU’s Music Building, the Paul Fritts & Co. Organ is just one fragment of the legacy left behind by late organ Professor Robert "Bob" Clark.
With a desire to increase awareness, create discussion and elicit change on the topics of race and resegregation, ASU’s Performance in the Borderlands is bringing together workers and organizers for a interactive panel discussion from Sept. 11-12.
Filmmakers and film enthusiasts across ASU are given the opportunity each year to create their own production with only 48 hours on the clock through a festival hosted by the ASU Film Association.