April 27, 2015



Homecoming parade to feature ASU football legend as grand marshal

This year's homecoming festivities will kick off Oct. 27, based on the theme "Written in the Sparks," and will include the Legends Luncheon, Sparky's Big Top Carnival, Homecoming Dance, Devil's Royale, Lantern Walk and Homecoming Comedy Show.


'My Plate Selfie' contest invites ASU alums to show their spirit

Arizona State University alums and fans whose license plates proudly proclaim their Sun Devil pride can share their enthusiasm by participating in the ASU Alumni Association's "My Plate Selfie" contest, running through midnight, Nov. 15.


Homecoming grand marshal Randall McDaniel discusses ASU, NFL playing days

Randall McDaniel, a 2002 graduate of ASU and a member of the university's elite Ring of Honor Society, discusses his college and professional football career on the latest episode of The Alumni Experience podcast.


Carnival among West campus Homecoming treats

The public is invited to join the fun at Sparky's Big Top Carnival and Sparky's Challenge run/walk, Oct. 29, at ASU's West campus.


ASU alum thrives as community liaison

Stephanie Salazar, an ASU interdisciplinary studies alumnus, works to build community partnerships and ASU awareness in the East Valley communities of Chandler, Gilbert and Mesa.


ASU Alumni Association honors Sun Devil leaders with Homecoming awards

The ASU Alumni Association will honor Sun Devil alumni leadership at halftime during the upcoming Nov. 1 Homecoming game, which will pit ASU against the University of Utah Utes.


ASU Cronkite School hosts alumni celebration during Homecoming

The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is hosting Cronkite Day, an annual large-scale alumni celebration, on Oct. 31, as part of Arizona State University's Homecoming 2014.


Employment high for ASU sustainability alumni

A recent Arizona State University School of Sustainability report shows 73 percent of undergraduate and 88 percent of graduate students are currently employed in sustainability jobs.


Former ASU law staffer to join US Indian Affairs office

The White House appointed Ann Marie Downes, ASU law class of 1994 and former executive director of the Indian Legal Program at ASU's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, to serve in the assistant secretary's office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, part of the U.S. Department of the Interior.


The 'Maker Movement' arrives at ASU

The "Maker Movement," a tech-enabled, do-it-yourself community that prizes hands-on experimentation in order to construct innovative solutions, has arrived at ASU.

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