Students hit the streets of Phoenix with their Barrett Peer Mentors to explore the nation’s premiere
artwalk and point of pride for Downtown Phoenix,
Phoenix First Fridays
|BARRETT EXPLORES PHOENIX FIRST FRIDAYS|
BARRETT DOWNTOWN NEWSLETTER
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2010-2011 ACADEMIC YEAR
|BARRETT CELEBRATES 2010 ASU HOMECOMING|
Barrett students from all four campuses teamed up and dressed up to participate in the
Barrett Light Rail Party
, a multi-city scavenger hunt along
METRO Light Rail
.Students had the opportunity to attend concerts performed by the Phoenix Symphony, including
Romeo & Juliet
special performance featuring some of the world’s most talented acrobats,
Cirque de la Symphonie.
|BARRETT NIGHT AT THE SYMPHONY|
|BLAST’D “GRUB” CRAWL|
BLAST’D organized the second annual
, where students visited three local restaurantsin the Downtown Phoenix area to sample their food.
BLAST’D hosted an end
-of-semester celebration on the Tempe campus, where students were able to dress in theirholiday finest and dance the night away. Students earned tickets to the event by
donating non-perishable food items
St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance
|BLAST’D CLASSY HOLID
Barrett students on the Downtown campus had the opportunity to discuss food safety and health issues with
formerFDA Commissioner David Kessler, M.D.
Dr. Kessler visited ASU as the 2011 Barrett Rhodes Lecturer to speak aboutpublic health policy in America.
|DOWNTOWN MEET & GREET WITH RHODES LECTURER DR. DAVID KESSLER||BARRETT DOWNTOWN TOWN HALL & DINNER WITH THE DEANS|
Students had the chance to ask questions of
Barrett Dean Mark Jacobs
Associate Dean Laura Peck
as part of an annual Barrett Downtown forum. After the Town Hall, discussion continued over dinner with the two deans.Barrett students earned their ticket to the end-of-year celebration by donating food to fill a
bus, a circulating shuttle on the Tempe campus. Students across all campuses collected 1,332 lbs of food as part of a State Farm sponsored
competition between ASU and UofA .
|FILL THE FLASH FOOD DRIVE EVENT, SPONSOR
ED BY BLAST’D
||BARRETT DOWNTOWN FILM NIGHTS|
The spring semester brought about a new tradition:
Barrett Downtown Film Nights
. Students learned about avariety current issues through monthly viewings of acclaimed documentaries.
|2010 BARRETT LIGHT RAIL PARTY|
Barrett Downtown won
in a university-
wide office decorating contest for ASU’s 2010 Homecoming
celebration. Complete with a
flying Sparky the Sun Devil
, Barrett Downtown students showed their spirit AND
managed to incorporate elements of sustainability into the “devilish” homecoming theme.
Go Sun Devils!
|BLAST’D “BOSCAR” BON
Barrett Downtown students celebrated the end of the year at venues across the Phoenix metro-politan area, taking a party bus from
Lucky Strike Lanes
amusement park,and making a quick stop in Scottsdale to see architecture designed by
Frank Lloyd Wright
|BARRETT NIGHT WITH BALLET ARIZONA||WELCOME BACK LUNCHEON WITH DEAN PECK|
Students joined the Barrett Downtown dean,
Dr. Laura Peck
, for a welcome back luncheon at Taylor Place Dining Hall.
Students had the opportunity to attend two ballets this year, including a performance of Shakespeare’s
, based on the Spanish novel written by Miguel de Cervantes.