It's almost the end of the semester! Celebrate the end of the school year and the beginning of the holidays with some of the arts events around campus.
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As Thanksgiving quickly approaches, events on campus are slowing down a little. Still, it’s all the more reason to be thankful for the arts events happening on campus.
Finals week at ASU is approaching fast, so take a quick sanity break with the arts before we get there!
As the semester once again picks up steam, take a break with a performance or creative activity!
Fall Break is over, and though the semester may be halfway through, that doesn't mean ASU has slowed down with arts events over its four main campuses. While we approach the end of Hispanic Heritage Month and the start of the Halloween season, ease back into campus life with a few fun art events!
With fall break on the horizon after a busy midterm week, give your brain a much-needed rest from all the academic stress and check out some arts events on and around campus!
Now that the semester is officially in full swing, students and faculty have produced various art forms, from photography to relaxing art exhibits to fun events intended take the semester's stress off of students' minds.
Before I got my period, I had heard, obviously, about the future my body had planned for me. I had heard that it was painful, and bloody, but those warnings hadn't fully prepared me for the reality of what was to come.
With the semester now in full swing, it's easy to get caught up in the rush of academics. Take a break this week to check out the events at and around ASU for a chance to take in some art in whatever form you like best!
Between exams, internships and part-time jobs, four-to-six hour sessions of Dungeons & Dragons with friends isn't a possibility for many college students.
Beginning last Friday, Feb. 17, the ASU Black Theatre Organization performed its first show "Pipeline" in the Nelson Fine Arts Center.
I'm 13 and sitting on the bus as it drives to my middle school. The driver is blasting the radio at a volume entirely too loud for 7:30 a.m., but I don't really notice. I'm playing my music even louder. Gerard Way, the heartthrob of the teen and preteen emo world, and frontman for My Chemical Romance, is singing so loudly in my ear I can't hear anything else.