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Campus Announcements | ASU C.A.S.A. House to visit Fiber Space Art Studio 4/18
ASU C.A.S.A. House to visit Fiber Space Art Studio in Alamosa, CO Friday 18th, NOON to 3 pm (you may come and go to accommodate work and class schedule). This[…] Read More

Applied Student Leadership | Dance Floor Theory
  Check out swift kick's blog on D.F. L.  and find out what student engagement and leadership look like on college campuses across the nation (and in Sweden because its cool).[…] Read More

The Paw Print | UEFA Champions League - “The Clash of the Titans”
Steven Petrov The Paw Print Real Madrid CF vs. FC Bayern Munich Club Athletico de Marid vs. Chelsea FC After the absolutely outstanding ¼ finals in the most prestigious club[…] Read More

Computing Services | IMPORTANT Heartbleed Update- All faculty, staff and students MUST change passwords by May 14th
As mentioned in last week's email, Computing Services has now finished taking all actions to patch our systems due to the Heartbleed security vulnerability. Now that our systems are patched,[…] Read More

Library News and Events | Come join our team!
The Nielsen Library is looking for 4 students to fill open work-study positions in the circulation department beginning in the Fall semester. Ask for a paper application at the circulation[…] Read More

Featured: Public Telescope viewing this weekend

On Saturday evening, Feb. 8, Zacheis Planetarium will host a free, public telescope viewing session. Weather permitting, we will have telescopes outside for visitors to view Jupiter and its four largest moons, the Moon, and a selection of double stars and star clusters. Inside the theater at 6:15 and 7:15, we will present a short overview of the evening and morning skies, including bright stars, constellations, planets, and the Moon. All programs at Zacheis are free and open to the public. Tickets are required for the indoor program due to limited seating, and will be available at the planetarium when doors open at 6:00 p.m. Please dress VERY warmly. Cold toes take away some of the fun of seeing the cloud bands on Jupiter and craters on the Moon! Continue reading Public Telescope viewing this weekend is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet