For Taylor Notah, a trip to the Arizona State University archives brought the past immediately into the present when she discovered a photograph of several students, including her father, protesting on campus more than 40 years ago. She will be among several alumni, student, staff and faculty speakers at a national conference to be held at ASU on the importance of preserving the history of student activism.

 
Jewish synagogue and cemetery

From left: Biodesign Institute Deputy Director Stephen Munk on Wednesday shows Dublin City University (DCU) Professor Nick Dunn, DCU President-designate Daire Keogh and outgoing DCU President Brian MacCraith a model of the compact X-ray free electron laser that will be housed in Biodesign C on the Tempe campus. The visit by the Irish group is the latest in the Transatlantic Higher Education Partnership between DCU and ASU. Photo by Andy DeLisle/ASU

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