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ATSU to host 2020 Diversity Festival in Mesa

February 4, 2020
Posted In: Arizona Campus, ATSU News, Events, University Headlines

A.T. Still University of Health Sciences’ (ATSU) Diversity Enrichment in Education Committee and Diversity & Inclusion office welcome community members to the 2020 Diversity Festival from 5:00-8:00 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, on the Mesa, Arizona, campus. 

“ATSU values and appreciates the myriad of human differences and hosts this community event to celebrate those differences,” said Clinton J. Normore, MBA, associate vice president for diversity & inclusion. 

The evening will include free games and jump houses, as well as entertainment. “ATSU’s Got Talent” will be a showcase event featuring talents of University students, faculty, and staff. Scheduled performances include bhangra and salsa dancing, instrumental and vocal music, and poetry. 

University staff and students will be available to provide campus tours. The event also includes community and University vendor booths.

Food trucks will be on site with items available for purchase. 

The Diversity Festival will be on the campus’ front lawn, located at 5850 E. Still Circle in Mesa.

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