The recital features the students enrolled in Music History I, a course exploring music from Ancient Greece through Johann Sebastian Bach.
Month: November 2018
As part of 1st Amendment Theatre, ASU students will present original pieces about censorship and freedom of speech.
Both the positive and negative effects of competition on ethics will be discussed.
Participants will experience the authentic Bachata dance style of the Dominican Republic.
At the retreat, students discussed future ideas including creating a leadership class, creating a social media presence, and participated in team bonding activities.
“It is so crazy how we can’t see all this microscopic fungi with the naked eye and when we encourage the growth, all these fungal communities live inside there.”
The tradition and spirit have continued, and Spud Bowl remains a highlight of each football season.
“Because this is no ordinary rose…and this is no ordinary fairytale. Narrated by a pair of mischievous fairies, very helpful rabbits, and a thought-snatching machine, this timeless story is sure to surprise, delight, and enchant all ages.”
The four categories include Elementary Educator, Secondary Educator, Post-Secondary Educator and Administration.
As Venezuela descends further into economic disaster and political instability, the particular experiences of women have led to gendered forms of resistance across the political spectrum.