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Diving into downtown at Night of the Open Door


A woman looks at a saltwater aquarium.
February 14, 2016

Night of the Open Door — five free events over the course of February — opens ASU's world to the public and shows off what each campus has to offer. On Friday, the Downtown Phoenix campus had its turn, welcoming visitors to step behind a news anchor desk, handle real body parts, learn about infant health, explore ASU's saltwater-aquarium lab and more.

Here's a glimpse of the fun in photo and video.

Check out the West campus' Night of the Open Door on Feb. 7 here — including a forensics crime scene, Rubik's Cube masters, and a dean who isn't afraid to flex some muscle.

If you missed the fun, don't worry: There are three more free Night of the Open Door events this month:

  • Polytechnic campus: 5-9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 19
  • Thunderbird campus: 4-8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 20
  • Tempe campus: 4-9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 27

Read more about what's in store at each campus here and here.

Check ASU Now after each event for photo galleries and video, and follow along as our crew shows all the fun on Snapchat (search for username: ASUNow).

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