'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' at ASU Gammage

"The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time," winner of five 2015 Tony Awards including "Best Play," is coming to Tempe as part of the 2016-2017 season. Hailed as "One of the most fully immersive works ever to wallop Broadway" by The New York Times, this adaptation is the Tony Award-winning new play by Simon Stephens, adapted from Mark Haddon’s best-selling novel and directed by Tony winner Marianne Elliott.


This workshop provides you with the powerful tools and strategies that will help turn around Negaholism in others and yourself. Learn to transform negative attitudes into positive behaviors.

3-D Astronomy Shows at Marston Exploration Theater

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The Marston Exploration Theater is located on the Arizona State University Tempe campus in the Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building IV. The theater employs Definiti SkySkan Planetarium technology utilizing 4K projection systems that render Earth and Space Science themes in 3-D stereographic vision.

The Marston Exploration Theater features four different 3-D astronomy shows of topical interest. Presentations run approximately 60 minutes and include:

Summer Health Institute

Interested in becoming a physician, dentist, physical therapist, optometrist, physician assistant, occupational therapist or a health care provider? The Summer Health Institute at Arizona State University will provide students who have completed their junior year of high school the opportunity to live on the ASU Downtown campus for a week while experiencing a variety of interprofessional, health-related activities.

Mandatory Professionalism Course 2017

Newly admitted members are required to attend, pursuant to Supreme Court Rule, the State Bar's professionalism course within the first year of admission or registration, unless exempted.

A new member taking inactive status immediately upon admission is exempt from completing the course but shall complete one within 12 months of becoming an active member of the State Bar.

Sun Never Sets on Yoga

In 2014, the United Nations decided to recognize yoga on June 21 through the International Day of Yoga. This is rightly done, as yoga is one of the most ancient practices known to man, dating back to over 5000 years old.

As a prelude to the official day, we invite you to join with friends, family and colleagues to be a part of the celebration and movement of spreading inner peace and awareness through and of yoga on June 17.