Joshua Gardner with Paradise Winds and Egide Duo

Paradise Winds Reed Quintet and Egide Duo joins faculty artist Joshua Garder for an afternoon of cutting-edge chamber music. 

Paradise Winds Reed Quintet includes Tiffany pan, oboe; Joshua Gardner, clarinet; Patrick Murphy, saxophones; Stefanie Gardner, bass clarinet; and Joseph Kluesener, bassoon

Egide Duo includes Joshua Gardner, clarinet and Stefanie Gardner, bass clarinet 

Buy three or more general admission, alumni, faculty/staff, or senior tickets between Aug. 1 and Sept. 15 and receive 25 percent off.

Doctoral Recital Series: Juliana Witt, Piano

Juliana Witt presents an afternoon of minimalism and humor! This recital, which is given in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts in Music degree requirements, will feature the chamber music of Bach, Stravinsky, Reich as well as Menotti's "The Telephone."

Featured artists: Lauren Berman, Loren Battieste, Taylor Hutchinson, Clarice Collins, Megh Ruel and Kristi Hanno with Juliana Witt. 

Talk by Wang Xiaolu, Sichuan University

Wang Xiaolu will be presenting a talk in Chinese about "当代中国社会文化的指尖书写 - 智能手机与日常生活." Professor Wang is a professor of literature at the College of Literature and Journalism and College of Foreign Literature and Cultures at Sichuan University (SCU). He additionally serves as the director of the American Studies Center and chair of Professorship Committee of College of Ocerseas Education on SCU campus. This event is free and open to the public.

Spanish Linguistic Talks

This is the first event of the semester for the “Spanish Linguistic Talks” series. The series features presentations from Spanish linguistic students, which will be later presented in national and regional conferences. 

See the following presentations:

1. “Harness the Power of NearPod - an App Review of an Engaging Presentation Tool for Language Teachers” – Tim Ash

 2. “Performing Latino/a identities on social networking sites: A digital literacy lesson plan for the Spanish Heritage Language classroom”

Fall 2017 Astronomy Open House

The Fall 2017 Astronomy Open House at ASU West campus will feature telescope viewing of the planet Saturn. This is an excellent opportunity to get outside and enjoy the night sky! A selection of telescopes will be in use, including some provided by members of the Phoenix Astronomical Society, which is once again supporting the activities. The event is free and open to the public. Families with children are encouraged to attend. Standard ASU parking fees apply.

Annual Campus Date Sale — Polytechnic

The Arizona State University date harvest returns this fall.

ASU grows and harvests the dates on the Polytechnic and Tempe campuses. Sun Devils can expect five to six varieties throughout this harvest season. Free samples available.

Dates can be purchased for $5 a pound. Proceeds help fund the Arboretum Volunteer program, plant signage, new garden construction and the purchase of tools, and plants for the Arboretum.