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Exploring Tempe campus' many facets at Night of the Open Door

Night of the Open Door on the Tempe Campus
February 28, 2016

For five evenings over the course of February, the public was invited onto Arizona State University's campuses for Night of the Open Door, to see what each has to offer, in the form of interactive games, informative displays and plenty of fun. This weekend was the big finale, with scores of activities across the Tempe campus. 

Visitors got to handle reptiles, perform science experiments, try on the languages and costumes of other cultures, watch performances and create robots, all in a celebration of ASU and of learning itself. See a sampling of the fun below.

Check out the Night of the Open Door at the earlier events this month: 

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