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Movies on the Field: Selena


Bring a blanket, sit on the field at Sun Devil Stadium and enjoy your favorite films on the big screen under the stars. Events are open to ASU and the community.

The Center for American Institutions and the Political History and Leadership program at Arizona State University are committed to civic education for students and the larger community.

The mission of the PHL Engaging Citizenship Luncheons is to provide a deeper understanding of critical political and cultural issues confronting our nation. These meetings provide an opportunity for attendees from the community to deepen their understanding of issues including free speech, elections, constitutional rights, education, biotechnology and religious freedom. 

María Teresa Kumar is the founding CEO of Voto Latino (c4) and Voto Latino Foundation (c3) and an Emmy-nominated on-air analyst for MSNBC. Kumar deeply understands and is personally part of the fastest growing demographic group in America. This has given her a unique platform to shape some of the most pressing issues of our time, including police reform, gender pay equity, immigration, diversity and inclusion in tech, protecting the vote, and climate justice.

ASU Family and ASU 365 Community Union invite you and your family to join us for another series of casual, livestreamed yoga sessions designed for all levels of experience this fall semester. Have your PK-12 through University Sun Devil join you as you learn some family- and beginner-friendly movements for a healthy and fun start to your weekends. Attend any or all of the following sessions from 11 a.m. - noon (AZ time).

As part of ASU's celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, ASU Wind Bands launches their 2022–23 season on Sept. 15 at ASU Gammage with a concert featuring composers representing Argentina, Colombia, Cuba and Mexico.

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