https://news.azpm.org/p/news-topical-arts/2018/2/23/124649-searching-for-what-turquoise-tells-us-about-ourselves/

The SoA’s 2018 celebration of World Anthropology Day was a success! The Undergraduate Anthropology Club was on the UA Mall in front of the Student Union with pottery, live weaving with graduate student Emilio Rodriguez-Alvarez, and the SoA’s two articulated skeletons, Skelly and Grim. Postponement from February 15 to last Friday, February 23 may have been a blessing in disguise: the 23rd was Rodeo Day, which meant there were many youth and families on campus with whom UAC members were able to discuss Anthropology’s four sub fields. (Photo by Ann Samuelson shows the Haury Building staircase decorated for February 15)