Top October events at ASU
Fall is a fabulous time to be a Sun Devil! Take a look at the events going on around Arizona State University this month.
- Come learn about study abroad programs at an upcoming Study Abroad Showcase across the West, Polytechnic and Downtown Phoenix campuses. Chat with ASU professors leading programs, learning about funding opportunities and get your questions about study abroad answered. Free. 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Oct. 1 on Fletcher Lawn on ASU’s West campus, Oct. 7 on Backus Mall at ASU’s Polytechnic campus and Oct. 10 on Taylor Mall at ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus.
- Show your support for survivors of domestic violence and help raise awareness during Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Sun Devil Movement for Violence Prevention and several other clubs and organizations will offer resources, fun educational activities and giveaways over two days at Boundaries and Beyond on every campus. Free. 11 a.m., Student Services Lawn, ASU’s Tempe campus; Classroom/Lab/Computer Classroom Breezeway, ASU’s West campus; and 11 a.m. Oct. 2, Taylor Mall, ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus; Backus Mall, ASU’s Polytechnic campus.
- ASU observes Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of Chicanx, Latinx and Hispanic individuals, as well as groups who identify with and strive to create a more inclusive environment for these communities. Look for educational and entertaining events on all campuses through Oct. 15.
- ASU is proud to participate in Campus Sustainability Month throughout October. This annual event, hosted by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, celebrates higher education sustainability achievements while raising awareness of the value of sustainability in higher education. Explore ways to individually and collectively get involved on campus at events offered throughout October. Start by following ASU Zero Waste on Twitter and Instagram for sustainability tips!
- In “Real & Reel Latinx Lives Matter!,” Frederick Aldana, distinguished university scholar at The Ohio State University and Eisner Award-winning author, will offer a multimedia extravaganza of all things Latinx pop culture in the 21st century. This includes an exploration of how contemporary mainstream pop culture simplifies and straightjackets Latinx identity and experience, in contrast with today’s abundance of Latinx-created pop cultural phenomena (animation, webisodes, comic books, tweet fiction) that vitally complicates and enriches our understanding of Latinx identity and experience. Free. 3 p.m., Memorial Union Room 230, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- Head downtown for Cronkite Night at the Movies: “The Post” for a free showing of Steven Spielberg’s movie depicting The Washington Post’s decision to publish the top-secret Pentagon Papers in direct defiance of President Richard Nixon and his administration’s wishes. Former executive editor of The Washington Post Leonard Downie Jr., now Weil Family professor of journalism in ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, served as an adviser on the film and will offer his insights. Free. 7 p.m., First Amendment Forum, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus.
- The government of India’s programs against minorities in the Kashmir valley in India’s northwest and in the state of Assam in the northeast appear to be part of a new narrative about citizenship and belonging that raises existential questions about the future of India’s democracy. Join a panel of experts for “India’s Future in Crisis? Kashmir, Assam, and the Fate of Democracy” as they explore the fate of India’s democracy and its significance for the world. Free and open to the public. 6:30 p.m., Coor Hall Room 170, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- Are you interested in pursuing a master’s degree in the field of education? Get your questions answered in these online webinars from ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College:
Master’s degrees leading to Arizona certification: Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Physical Education, Secondary Education and Special Education;
Master’s degrees for professional advancement: Educational Leadership, Educational Policy or Learning Sciences;
MEd in Higher and Postsecondary Education.
Free and open to the public. Registration is required. 5 p.m.
- Today, on Mean Girls Day, fetch will be happening. Everything will be pink — from jerseys to concessions to the stadium — when Sun Devil Women’s Soccer takes on USC in the Pink Game. Tickets start at $9; free for students. 7 p.m., Sun Devil Soccer Stadium, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- “The Light in the Piazza” takes place in Italy in the summer of 1953. Margaret Johnson is touring the Tuscan countryside with her daughter, Clara. A brief encounter, charged with coincidence and fate, sparks an immediate and intense romance between Clara and Fabrizio, a handsome Florentine. Margaret, who is extremely protective of her daughter, attempts to keep Clara and Fabrizio apart. As the musical unfolds, a secret is revealed. Parental discretion advised. Open to the public. Tickets $8-$11; purchase tickets for three or more events (per person) and receive 25% off the single ticket price. 7:30 p.m., Music Building, Evelyn Smith Music Theatre, ASU’s Tempe campus. Repeat performances at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 4–5 and 2 p.m. Oct. 6.
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- Forensic linguistics is a broad field in which language meets the law. Interested in Miranda warnings, trademark infringement, interview and interrogation issues, the speech of asylum-seekers, ransom notes, stalker communications, suicide notes, threat texts, plagiarism? Sign up for the first ASU Forensic Linguistics Conference. Keynote speaker Philip Gaines of Montana State University specializes in police interrogation, false confessions and trial attorney discourse, among others. Proposals for conference presentations are welcome from professionals as well as graduate and undergraduate students. Free and open to the public. Continues Oct. 5. Ross-Blakley Hall, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- The Falling Walls Lab is an international forum for the next generation of outstanding innovators and creative thinkers, and it’s coming to ASU! Its aim is to promote exceptional ideas and therefore invites students, entrepreneurs, early-career researchers, innovators and academics of all disciplines from across Arizona to break down existing walls in order to drive a future in which the planet and its inhabitants will thrive. Participants get the opportunity to present their research work, business model or initiative to a high-caliber jury made up of experts from academia and business, and the general public — in three minutes each. The winning pitch will become eligible to participate at the Falling Walls Lab global finale in Berlin in November. Free and open to the public. 1 p.m., Beus Center for Law and Society, ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus.
- Sun Devil Hockey made history with their first international tournament championship. Come cheer them on in their home opener against Mercyhurst! Public ticket prices not yet released; free for students. 7:05 p.m., Oceanside Ice Arena, 1520 N. McClintock Drive, Tempe.
- ASU Gammage in collaboration with the ASU Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Jeffery Meyer presents “Towards A More Perfect Union,” a theatrical concert with film and spoken word, featuring works by Tamar-kali (Academy Award-nominated film “Mudbound”), Daniel Bernard Roumain (“New York Times” top 10 classical new works), Joel Thompson (ASU Projecting All Voices Fellow), Carlos Simon (Sundance/Time Warner Composer Fellow), renowned spoken word artist Marc Bamuthi Joseph and Grammy Award winners Martha Gonzalez and Joan Tower. Open to the public. General admission, $20; student tickets, $10. 7 p.m., ASU Gammage, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- Out@ASU and Pride Week at ASU celebrates LGBTQIA+ identities and educates the ASU community on the LGBTQIA+ experience. Come celebrate the beauty and breadth of LGBTQIA+ culture through performances, activities, socials, and community-building. Free and open to the public. Events continue on all of ASU’s campuses through Oct. 11.
- What is the role of the media in the renewal of our understanding of ourselves as citizens and participants in the American political order? What is the responsibility of the media in the promotion of civic literacy? The School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership welcomes The New York Times op-ed columnist David Leonhardt and National Review senior editor Ramesh Ponnuru for “Citizenship and the Media: A Responsibility to Promote Civic Literacy” to discuss the role of the media in elevating civic literacy in a way that contributes to informed active citizenship. Free and open to the public. Registration requested. 5 p.m., Old Main Carson Ballroom, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- The Cronkite School’s 15 professional programs give students the kind of professional experience most journalism students don’t gain until their first, second or even third jobs. But don’t just choose one program. Students are encouraged to choose multiple programs and expand their opportunities. In “Professional Programs: Making the Most of Your Cronkite Experience,” Cronkite Dean Christopher Callahan will moderate a discussion with a diverse panel that includes:
Steve Crane, director, Cronkite News — Washington
Christina Leonard, executive editor, Cronkite News
Vanessa Ruiz, director, Cronkite News — Borderlands
Lisa Schmidtke, director, Public Relations Lab
Shaya Tayefe Mohajer, director, Cronkite News — Los Angeles
Free. 7 p.m., First Amendment Forum, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus.
ASU’s Center for Science and the Imagination launches its fall Science Fiction TV Dinners series with “Science Fiction TV Dinner: Star Trek: Discovery.” Free and open to the public. 6:30 p.m., Marston Exploration Theater, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology IV, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- The Design School at ASU kicks off its fall lecture series featuring leading designers and design thinkers from around the world with Elizabeth Golden, AIA. Golden is an architect and an associate professor in the Department of Architecture at the University of Washington where she teaches in the areas of design, materials and building technology. Her collaborations have resulted in the realization of the award-winning Gohar Khatoon Girls’ School, the largest institution of its kind in Afghanistan, and Niamey 2000, a multifamily housing project located in the capital of Niger. In addition to her work in the field, her research and writing shed light on building practices that support social engagement, sustainable development and cultural continuity. Free and open to the public. 6 p.m., Coor Hall Room 170, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- Join former U.S. Rep. Matt Salmon (R-Ariz.), ASU vice president of government affairs, at the Arizona launch of Doing Business North America. The DBNA project will provide objective measures of business regulations and enforcement that apply to domestic small and medium-size companies across 115 cities in 92 states, provinces and federal districts in Canada, Mexico and the United States, offering measurable benchmarks for reform that encourage states and provinces to pursue regulatory frameworks that ease the cost of doing business. Free and open to the public. Registration required. 2 p.m., Beus Center for Law and Society, W. P. Carey Foundation Armstrong Great Hall, ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus. A second event will also take place Oct. 23 at ASU Barrett & O’Connor Washington Center in Washington, D.C.
- The annual Institute for Humanities Research Book Award and Author Reception will celebrate this year’s winner, Assistant Professor of History Julian Lim, and all ASU faculty who received nominations this year. Lim will discuss her winning book, “Porous Borders: Multiracial Migrations and the Law in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands,” which tells the stories of the many communities that found themselves at the U.S.-Mexico borderlands with the railroad’s arrival in the late 19th century. All nominated works will be on display. Refreshments will be served. Free and open to the public. RSVP requested. 4:30 p.m., University Club Traditions and Thorens Rooms, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- Get ready for fun games and activities, free food and community at Asian Asian/Pacific American Students’ Coalition’s Fall Carnival. All are welcome! Free and open to the public. 6 p.m., Student Services Lawn, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- In his talk “German American Communism, African American Conjure, and the Civil War in the United States,” Andrew Zimmerman, professor of German history at George Washington University, will discuss how German-American Union soldiers drawing on European Communism and enslaved rebels drawing on Afro-Atlantic religious traditions forced emancipation on an unwilling Union leadership and helped defeat the Confederacy during the American Civil War. Free. 4 p.m., Coor Hall Room 4403, ASU’s Tempe campus.
Join ASU’s Indian Student Association for Jhankaar, “An Evening in India,” their biggest event of the year. Start with a culture fest showcasing talent from the student community, continue with a themed outdoor carnival and finish with a full course Indian meal! Open to all ASU students and faculty. Registration required; look for details to be announced on Facebook and keep an eye out for tabling events where you can pick up a ticket with your student ID. 6:30 p.m., ASU Gammage, ASU’s Tempe campus.
It’s #ForksUp time as Sun Devil Football takes the field against Washington State. Sparky’s Touchdown Tailgate on College Avenue between 6th and 7th Streets opens three hours before kickoff with games, a photo booth and selfie station with Giant Sparky, cool giveaways and the Sun Devil Marketplace street sale.
For even more food, music, activities and games to get you hyped with your fellow Sun Devils, check out Devils on Mill between Forest and Mill on 6th Street. Tailgates are free and open to the public!
Free student tickets to all ASU athletic events are available via the ASU app, so show up and help ignite the Inferno! Tickets for the public start at $25. Time TBA, Sun Devil Stadium, ASU’s Tempe campus.
Head underground for Party Underground, a creative night out celebrating ASU Art Museum’s fall exhibitions. Descend into a night of cutting-edge art and entertainment, featuring music, creation stations, performances and interactive games. Free and fun for all! 5 p.m., ASU Art Museum, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- Bring your favorite blanket or comfy folding chair to Movies on the Lawn and enjoy “Lion King” under the stars, rain or shine. Popcorn and water provided while supplies last. Free and open to the public. 7 p.m., Fletcher Lawn, ASU’s West campus.
- In “Kiss of the Spider Woman,” political prisoner Valentin and Molina, a plant sent to spy on Valentin, only have each other for company in a suffocating prison cell with the bustling city of 1975 Buenos Aires just beyond the walls that confine them. Molina passes the hours by telling Valentin stories of classic films, and they form a beautiful relationship in stark contrast to the terrifying world that surrounds them. Molina must eventually choose loyalty to either Valentin or the regime. Open to the public. Herberger Institute faculty, staff and students are eligible for complimentary tickets for this event when requested in advance. Ticket prices vary. 7:30 p.m., Nelson Fine Arts Center, Room 133, ASU’s Tempe campus. Repeat performances at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 19, 25, 26, 31, Nov. 1, Nov. 2; 2 p.m., Oct. 20, 27, Nov. 3.
- Lovers of smooth, upbeat South American grooves and vocals, get ready for this love letter from Brazil: Caro Pierotto: From Brazil with Love! Open to the public. Tickets: $30 premium, $25 reserved, $20 general admission; ASU students, staff and faculty, $10. 7:30 p.m., ASU Kerr Cultural Center, 6110 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale.
- Get ready to beat the Utes! Sun Devil Football faces Utah up north. Cheer them on wherever you are at these game-watching events and tailgates near you. Time TBA.
- HOME is a large-scale performance project that revolves around the life-cycle of a house. Created through a mix of illusion, choreography, construction and live documentary, HOME illuminates the messiness of life that transforms a house into a home and aims to awaken us to the current landscape of housing. The universal and timely themes of gentrification and migration are rendered in the choreography of ordinary people inhabiting and leaving a structure. Open to the public. Tickets: general admission, $20; student, $10. 7 p.m., ASU Gammage, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- Specialized content is critical to today’s media. In “The Future of Premium News,” Kimberly S. Johnson, professional products editor at The Wall Street Journal, will discuss the newspaper’s efforts to provide specialized content that helps business and financial professionals understand their industries, grow their businesses and advance their careers. The discussion will be moderated by Cronkite School assistant dean Jessica Pucci. Free. 7 p.m., First Amendment Forum, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus.
- In the last year alone, numerous high-profile attacks against houses of worship have grabbed the world’s attention. A synagogue in California, a mosque in New Zealand, and a church in Sri Lanka — these are just the latest sites to be targeted with violence. Join a diverse panel of experts in “Houses of Worship Under Attack” to discuss questions such as: Why are places of worship so often singled out? Who carries out this violence, and what are their goals and motives? What are the best ways evidence shows to confront, minimize or eliminate these attacks? Are there good news stories or other signs of hope that come out of these grievous events? Free and open to the public. Registration requested. 7 p.m., Old Main Carson Ballroom, ASU’s Tempe campus.
“Paris to Pittsburgh,” a National Geographic documentary, shines a light on the many forgotten communities and people who have been affected by climate change in our country, as well as solutions for how we can fight back and reduce our carbon footprint. Learn how communities across the country are taking action to confront the severe health and economic threats climate change poses. Free and open to the public. Registration requested. 6 p.m., University Center La Sala Ballrooms, ASU’s West campus.
- Movie night! In Cronkite Night at the Movies: “Live From Baghdad,” Michael Keaton stars as CNN producer Robert Weiner in this movie about the battle for access and technology and the risk involved in CNN’s 1991 Gulf War coverage. The film will be introduced by Sadie Babits, sustainability director for Cronkite News. Free and open to the public. 7 p.m., First Amendment Forum, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus.
- Enjoy the beautiful fall weather, free carnival games and rides, wax hands, hay rides, music and more during Fall Fest! Come dressed in a costume for a costume contest, too! Free and open to the public. 6 p.m., ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus.
- Join the ASU Book Group for fascinating reading and in-person discussion with authors. Meetings and selections for 2019–2020 are:
Oct. 23: Keith Miller and Renee Billups Baker, “My Life with Charles Billups and Martin Luther King”
Nov. 20: Eduardo Obregón Pagán, “Valley of the Guns”
Dec. 18: Gary L. Stuart, “Call Him Mac”
Jan. 29: Shahla Talebi, “Ghosts of Revolution”
Feb. 26: Adrienne Celt, “Invitation to a Bonfire” (tentative)
March 25: Joey Eschrich and Clark A. Miller, “The Weight of Light”
April 29: Kelly deVos, “Fat Girl on a Plane”
Free and open to the public. Noon, Piper Writers House, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- The Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation’s annual Health Careers Expo is an opportunity for students to network with health care organizations that may pique your interest to further explore as a career path. Free. 1 p.m., Health North/South Courtyard, ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus.
- Multi-instrumentalist female-fronted power trio The Accidentals started 2018 with the release of their debut album, “Odyssey.” NPR says “they might be the most compelling songwriters of our time.” Open to the public. Tickets: $40 premium, $32 reserved, $25 general admission, $10 for students, staff and faculty. 7:30 p.m., ASU Kerr Cultural Center, 6110 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale.
- The annual Teacher Educators for Children with Behavior Disorders conference is the premier educational research conference for teacher educators working with children and youth with severe behavioral disorders. ASU faculty and students can attend for free; registration is not necessary as long as you bring your valid ASU ID card. Open to the public; registration costs vary. 8 a.m., Tempe Mission Palms Hotel and Conference Center, 60 E. Fifth St., Tempe.
- Cherry Glazzerr with special guest illuminati hotties kick off the ASU 365 Community Union fall concert series. Guitarist and lead vocalist Clementine Creevy is joined by bassist Devin O’Brien and drummer Tabor Allen to form the American rock band Cherry Glazzerr. Creevy created the group’s latest album, “Stuffed and Ready,” by eliminating anything that couldn’t answer a single simple question: is this really me? Open to the public. Tickets are $17, with limited free tickets through the ASU app for students. 8 p.m., Coca-Cola Sun Deck Sun Devil Stadium, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- Sun Devil Volleyball faces down Oregon in a Pac-12 matchup. Tickets $9; free for students. 7 p.m., Wells Fargo Arena, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- The Brentano String Quartet returns to ASU as Visiting Quartet in Residence for 2019–20. A pairing made in heaven, one of the most elegant and engaging string quartets is joined by outstanding soprano Dawn Upshaw in a concert sure to steal your heart! Free and open to the public. 7:30 p.m., Camelback Bible Church, 3900 E. Stanford Drive, Paradise Valley.
- Go, Devils! Sun Devil Football takes the field vs. UCLA in Los Angeles. Cheer them on wherever you are at these game-watching events and tailgates near you. Time TBA.
- Kealoha, the first poet laureate of Hawai’i, presents “The Story of Everything,” a creation story in epic poem format that traces our origins from the big bang to now, using science, poetry, storytelling, visual art, music, ‘oli [chant] and dancing to explore the question, “Where do we come from?” Open to the public. General admission, $20; student tickets, $10. 7 p.m., ASU Gammage, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- Strut your mutt! Bring your four-legged friend and come walk or run a 5K and enjoy fall fun with food, arts booths, Halloween dog costume contest, petting zoo, pumpkin decorating and so much more at the Walk, Wag, Run Fall Festival. Open to the public. Race registration starts at $25; proceeds benefit the SummerUP camp scholarship fund. The 5K begins at 8:30 a.m. and the festival will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. North parking lot, University Lawn, ASU’s West campus.
- See ASU scientists and students bring earth and space research to life through innovative hands-on activities at Earth and Space Exploration Day at ASU’s School of Earth and Space Exploration. Take advantage of this rare opportunity to have experts from the Center for Meteorite Studies examine your rock specimens to determine if they are meteorites. See a 3-D astronomy show at the Marston Exploration Theater. Find out how ASU students and faculty are taking photos of the moon’s surface with special cameras, sampling the Red Planet using robotic rovers, studying earthquakes big and small, investigating mud volcanoes in Indonesia and much, much more! Free and open to the public. Registration requested. 10 a.m., Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building IV, ASU’s Tempe campus.
The U.S. law on freedom of speech isn’t as clear cut as it is often portrayed. In “Free Speech at 100,” Rodney Smolla, dean and professor of law at Widener University Delaware Law School, discusses the current state of free speech in a discussion moderated by Cronkite Professor Joseph Russomanno. Free. 7 p.m., First Amendment Forum, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus.
- Inspired by the beloved films, the romantic and adventure-filled new musical “Anastasia” transports us from the twilight of the Russian Empire to the euphoria of Paris in the 1920s, as a brave young woman sets out to discover the mystery of her past. Open to the public. Visit the Gammage website for ticket prices and seating availability. For many shows in the ASU Gammage Broadway season, students can receive 50% off tickets day-of-show at the ASU Gammage Box Office. For student rush availability, call 480–965–3434. Continues through Nov. 3. 7:30 p.m., ASU Gammage, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- Who doesn’t need more money? The seventh annual First-Year Success Center Show Me the Money Scholarship Workshop helps you learn where to look and what to say when you apply for scholarships. Discover the tricks on how to keep the hard-earned scholarship money you already have and receive insider tips from students who have received thousands of dollars in scholarships. Free. Registration requested. 3 p.m., San Carlos Post Office #135, ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus; 3 p.m., Oct. 31, Memorial Union Alumni Lounge, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- Learn how you can navigate the world and plan the future with geography, GIS and urban planning at the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning’s Career Navigator event. Hear from ASU alumni about how they use these disciplines in their work and have the opportunity to meet dozens of professionals. Free and open to the public. Registration requested. 2 p.m., Memorial Union Arizona Ballroom, ASU’s Tempe campus.
- Head to Cronkite Night at the Movies: “Spotlight” for a public screening of the Academy Award-winning film “Spotlight,” with an introduction by Walter V. Robinson, the longtime Boston Globe investigations editor who led the newspaper’s Pulitzer Prize-winning report on the Roman Catholic Church sexual abuse scandal depicted in the movie. Free and open to the public. 7 p.m., First Amendment Forum, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus.
Through Nov. 15: Get immersed in SHOWING (work x family), a 28-foot, six-screen photography exhibition with an original soundscape that reveals the push and pull of work and family — a universal balancing act with no fixed equation. Follow ASU’s Center for Child Well-Being on Instagram and Twitter and join the #WFXASU conversation. Free and open to the public. 9 a.m.-7 p.m., Monday-Friday, plus First Fridays artwalk, through Nov. 15. University Center, ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus.
Through Jan. 4, 2020: In his first solo museum exhibition in the U.S., Colombian-born, Paris-based artist Iván Argote presents “Juntos Together.” Along with his first film and video survey is a site-specific, sculptural installation that considers the current cultural climate of Arizona. The artist uses affection, emotions and humor as subversive tools to engage public audiences on political and personal levels. Visit the museum website for directions and hours and information about bringing classes to tour exhibitions or meet with curators. Free and open to the public. ASU Art Museum, ASU’s Tempe campus.
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