Take a break and come over the Hayden Library to make buttons. It's a great way to de-stress, use some creativity and make things for yourself or for friends! We will have all the supplies you'll need, but you are welcome to bring your own items you want to use in your buttons.

The pop-up will be located in the Wellness Nook, located on the 1st floor by the south entrance of Hayden Library (the entrance that directly faces the MU).

We'll be there from 1 - 3 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 23. 

Take a break and come over the Hayden Library to make bracelets. It's a great way to de-stress, use some creativity and make things for yourself or for friends! We will have all the supplies you'll need, but you are welcome to bring your own items you want to use in your bracelets.

The pop-up will be located in the Wellness Nook, located on the 1st floor by the south entrance of Hayden Library (the entrance that directly faces the MU).

We'll be there from noon - 2 p.m. on Wednesday, April 17. 

Take a break and come over the Hayden Library to make bracelets. It's a great way to de-stress, use some creativity and make things for yourself or for friends! We will have all the supplies you'll need, but you are welcome to bring your own items you want to use in your bracelets.

The pop-up will be located in the Wellness Nook, located on the 1st floor by the south entrance of Hayden Library (the entrance that directly faces the MU).

We'll be there from noon - 2 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27. 

Take a break and come over the Hayden Library to make bracelets. It's a great way to de-stress, use some creativity and make things for yourself or for friends! We will have all the supplies you'll need, but you are welcome to bring your own items you want to use in your bracelets.

The pop-up will be located in the Wellness Nook, located on the 1st floor by the south entrance of Hayden Library (the entrance that directly faces the MU).

We'll be there from noon - 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 28. 

ASU presents an exhibition of early printed editions of Chaucer’s works in ASU Library's extraordinary collections, from the Thynne edition of 1550 to the Kelmscott Press production in 1896.

Professor Natasha Piano of UCLA presents “Medieval Tyranny and Modern Elections: Chaucer and the Italian Tyrants.” By going back to Chaucer’s Italian literary and political sources of inspiration – Petrarch, Bocaccio, Bernabò Visconti, and others – this lecture investigates the nature of medieval tyranny and its modern manifestations in the contemporary political landscape.

ASU hosts this roundtable discussion of Chaucer, Chaucer’s tyrants, and tyranny, from antiquity to the contemporary moment in America, with experts in Chaucer and classical, Renaissance, and contemporary political thought.

Discussants include Natasha Piano (Department of Political Science, UCLA), Craig Calhoun (School of Politics and Global Studies, ASU), Matt Simonton (School of Humanities, Arts, and Cultural Studies, ASU), Larry Scanlon (English, Rutgers), and Richard Newhauser (English, ASU).

Please join the Arizona Historical Society, the ASU Library, and the Black Family Genealogy and History Society to recognize the impact of Black communities in Arizona with a Juneteenth Celebration. Community members will connect with each other and a variety of organizations representing historical societies, action groups, state resources and the community at large. Guests are welcome to wander, discuss and enjoy performances, activities and food! Festivities will take place on Sunday, June 16, 2024.

For Leap Day, stop by ASU Library's Naturespace in Hayden Library to learn how to make origami leaping animals like frogs. We will have a variety of origami paper for you to create these leaping animals for leap day. Celebrate Leap Day at Naturespace!

ASU Library and Center for Science and the Imagination present “Griots and Galaxies: Unveiling the Multiverse of Black Speculative Fiction,” an exhibit at Hayden Library on ASU’s Tempe campus. The exhibit centers on the four primary genres that comprise Black Speculative Fiction—Fantasy, Science Fiction, Horror and (Alternate) History — demonstrating how each works to imagine better futures for Black people.

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