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Bring the whole family for a free performance from the ASU Mariachi Group! The concert on Monday, April 25, from 7:30-9:30 p.m. in the ASU Music Building on the Tempe campus will showcase a semester of hard work and highlight the history of Mariachi bands. 

Join ASU Family in congratulating the fall 2021 graduating class during ASU's commencement and convocation celebrations! In-person ceremonies are being offered in addition to live-streamed options for guests watching from home. Please visit graduation.asu.edu or click the links below for more details and information on how you can help celebrate the achievements of our incredible Sun Devils this year.

Holocaust education, and genocide education more broadly, is an area in which humanities scholars and scholarship can make important contributions to civic education. While many US states include the Holocaust and other genocides in their history and social studies standards, there are relatively few resources for high school teachers to teach these atrocities in a way that is sensitive to the historical particularities of each genocide and provides their students with a meaningful comparative framework.

A time-honored tradition at Arizona State University, Homecoming is back this fall after a pandemic pause, bringing together students, parents, alumni and the ASU community to celebrate their Sun Devil spirit. The university will celebrate Homecoming this year with multiple events Oct. 24–30, culminating in a football game against Washington State at noon Oct. 30.

Enjoy free yoga for the whole family!

Invite healthy fun into your home. Tune in for free Zoom yoga classes designed with young yogis in mind. Classes will be easy to follow for all ages and cover concepts like healthy stretching and mindful breathing. No materials are needed to participate, but comfortable clothing and a yoga mat are recommended. Yoga instruction will last 45 minutes.

Shaping tomorrow, today, requires path-breaking, creative solutions

That challenge has never been more critical than it is today, as an alarming “syndemic” of intersecting crises—the coronavirus pandemic, racial injustice and accompanying civil unrest, and cascading environmental hazards—destabilize social systems and threaten human survival across the planet. This is a pivotal time for educational institutions to re-envision their roles and priorities.

Science and technology need the arts and humanities

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