Thursday,
September
20

One-on-One Consultations with TIAA Retirement Plan Representatives


Meet with a financial consultant on your campus from Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association. Receive free, personalized advice, guidance and support to help you make informed decisions regarding the following: Adequate investing to retire at the desired age
 Appropriate investing based on risk tolerance
 Converting investments into steady income after retirement Meeting financial goals in retirement Schedule an appointment today online or call 800-842-2252.

Thursday,
September
20

Pro Tips: Communicating for Career Success


Internships, paid employment and elite referrals start with a simple handshake. Languages and Cultures faculty member Dawn Penich-Thacker invites any interested ASU students, faculty or staff to attend her ENG 301: Writing in the Professions course on days in which guest speakers come in, for the series “Pro Tips: Communicating for Career Success.” Hear stories and get advice from top professionals in fields like political strategy, sustainability, women's advocacy, nonprofit, health care and real estate...

Thursday,
September
20

Lowrider Car Show and Hispanic Heritage Fair


See dozens of the hottest lowriders on display, enjoy inflatables and performances. Music and entertainment provided by Mega 104.3's "Cruising with the Manic Hispanic." Food trucks will be on hand. The event will be held on the quad lawn in front of the Sun Devil Fitness Complex. Free admission, free activities and free parking. Open to all! This event is hosted by ASU's Hispanic Honor Society, New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, Motorsport Showcase...

Thursday,
September
20

Surprise Me!


Explore the unknown through a new book display of poetry and drama. All books in this display are shelved spine-backward in an effort to encourage discovery and serendipity. Featured poets include Joy Harjo and Juan Felipe Herrera. “Surprise Me” is the first book display in the “10 Compelling Ideas” series, part of the Future of Print initiative at ASU, which looks at new and innovative ways to present print materials to library visitors.

Thursday,
September
20

Surprise Me!


Explore the unknown through a new book display of poetry and drama. All books in this display are shelved spine-backward in an effort to encourage discovery and serendipity. Featured poets include Joy Harjo and Juan Felipe Herrera. “Surprise Me” is the first book display in the “10 Compelling Ideas” series, part of the Future of Print initiative at ASU, which looks at new and innovative ways to present print materials to library visitors.

Thursday,
September
20

Surprise Me!


Explore the unknown through a new book display of poetry and drama. All books in this display are shelved spine-backward in an effort to encourage discovery and serendipity. Featured poets include Joy Harjo and Juan Felipe Herrera. “Surprise Me” is the first book display in the “10 Compelling Ideas” series, part of the Future of Print initiative at ASU, which looks at new and innovative ways to present print materials to library visitors.

Thursday,
September
20

Vamos Argentina! Books, Tango and Meteors


Join the ASU community for a month-long celebration of Argentine art, literature and culture. The event series is presented, in part, by ASU Library’s Future of Print initiative, highlighting the Argentine literature collection — located in Noble Library and comprised of more than 8,500 volumes — and the surrounding community of students, scholars, artists and writers whose work connects with it. All events are free and open to the public. Wednesday, Sept. 26 — "...

Thursday,
September
20

Surprise Me!


Explore the unknown through a new book display of poetry and drama. All books in this display are shelved spine-backward in an effort to encourage discovery and serendipity. Featured poets include Joy Harjo and Juan Felipe Herrera. “Surprise Me” is the first book display in the “10 Compelling Ideas” series, part of the Future of Print initiative at ASU, which looks at new and innovative ways to present print materials to library visitors.

Thursday,
September
20

Surprise Me!


Explore the unknown through a new book display of poetry and drama. All books in this display are shelved spine-backward in an effort to encourage discovery and serendipity. Featured poets include Joy Harjo and Juan Felipe Herrera. “Surprise Me” is the first book display in the “10 Compelling Ideas” series, part of the Future of Print initiative at ASU, which looks at new and innovative ways to present print materials to library visitors.

Thursday,
September
20

Ronald K. Brown at ASU Gammage


Evidence, A Dance Company, founded by Ronald K. Brown in 1985 and based in Brooklyn, focuses on the seamless integration of traditional African dance with contemporary choreography. Through its vibrant and soulful dance works, Evidence provides a unique view of human struggles, tragedies and triumphs. Known for his musicality and brilliant use of stage space, Brown’s movement reinforces the importance of community in African American culture. His work acquaints audiences with his kinetic storytelling style...