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Open Door at West campus creates smiles

Visitors to the third ASU Open Door event are delighted by demos, experiments, activities and all manner of fun


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February 17, 2019

Toothbrush robots. Black widow spider webs. Sparky practicing CPR. Open Door at West campus on Saturday really had it all.

At the third event in the Open Door series, visitors learned about anatomy, handwriting analysis and communication; made bracelets and painted masks; played games and had a ton of fun learning about what the schools and units of ASU are working on.

Couldn't make it to West campus? Don't worry, you have another chance at Open Door excitement: 

  • Tempe campus: 1–6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23

Read more about what's in store at Tempe, including information on the free app that can help visitors map out the activities they want to visit. Get free tickets in advance online. 

Check ASU Now after each event for photo galleries and video.

More: Open Door at the Polytechnic campus | Open Door at the Downtown Phoenix campus

Top photo: Patricia Acosta and her granddaughter Camille Mieth touch a black widow web to see how strong it is during the 2019 West campus Open Door event on Saturday. Photo by Deanna Dent

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