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Exhibit in Noble Library

ASU at Teotihuacan: Exhibit Highlights Decades of University Research at the Ancient City

The exhibit, which is located in Noble Library until Jan. 30, is an exhibit aiming to honor decades of ASU's work at Teotihuacan, while raising awareness to students that they have access to an incredible amount of information through the University. The collection showcases the significant amount ...

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Digging into ASU history at Teotihuacan

The work of ASU archaeologists has been in the spotlight thanks to the Phoenix Art Museum’s current exhibition "Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire" and its related programming. Arizona State University’s presence at Teotihuacan, one of the largest cities in the ancient world and the most visi...

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ASU acquires rare book from golden age of Spanish literature

An extremely rare, first-edition copy of a 17th-century literary work by one of the world’s most fascinating female writers has found a home at Arizona State University. The writer is Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (circa 1651-1695), the premiere poet of the Americas, a celebrity in her day and now cons...