On Campus Events

International Education Exchange
Nov. 18
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Southern and Dobson, Student Village Courtyard
Come eat international treats at the student courtyard, while recieving Study Abroad information. Students wil have the opportunity to meet international students as well as shop at the Global Bazaar.Alumni Reception – What You Don’t Know About Bats
Nov. 20
6-7 p.m.
Red Mountain Campus, Saguaro Building
Join the Alumni Association for a dessert reception, tour the new Saguaro Building, and view the expansive terrarium. Explore the amazing different ways that Arizona’s 28 species of bats make a living in our state’s diverse habitats

Native American Dancers
Nov. 23
10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Dobson Campus, Clock tower
Celebrate National Indigenous Nations Month with Native American Dancers performing in front of the clock tower. Dances will include a tribal culture, guard dancer, tribal song, traditional hoop dancer as well as a hopi dancer. This event is sponsored by the American Indian Center and Hoop of Learning. Admission is free.

Searching for Well-Being in America: The Paradox of Affluence
Dec. 2
7-9 p.m.
Southern and Dobson, Navajo Room in the Kirk Center
Paul Elsner will discuss how well-being is sought in both, all of the wrong and fewer of the right, places. This event is free admission.

Blood Wedding
Dec. 3-5
7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Southern and Dobson, Theatre Outback
In this highly symbolic and deeply passionate play, The mother character arranges a wedding for her younger son Leonardo. Leonardo arrives at the wedding with the intent to follow his passion and kidnap the bride. The bridegroom refuses to relent on his passion and fearlessly pursues the bride and Leonardo to a tumultuous conclusion.
Tickets are $10 for students and faculty and $12 for general admission.

Healthcare Town Hall
Dec. 5
10 – 11:30 a.m.
Ironwood Library, Chandler
Join Congressional District 5 Candidate Eric Wnuck and a panel of healthcare experts.

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