ASU alum Jarrod Nelson is achieving his dream of working in the news associates program at NBC, thanks to his perseverance and a scholarship from the Arizona Broadcasters Association.
ASU's collegiate “Sparky” license plate has become a must-have item for an increasing number of Sun Devils on the go, with the program’s total plate count breaking the 15,000 plate mark for the first time ever.
An ASU engineering graduate is helping to establish a solar energy technology program at a Texas college.
Families wishing to pass along Sun Devil spirit to their children can participate in a fun run on Nov. 9 and a holiday storytime event on Dec. 7, both hosted by the ASU Alumni Association.
Although Sun Devil alumnus Raheim Smith grew up in tough circumstances, he's always had a passion to help others.
With the resources available at ASU, anyone with the drive can be an entrepreneur. Todd VanDuzer, founder of Student-Tutor, is living proof.
The ASU Alumni Association will honor Sun Devil football players and coaches who are members of ASU’s Ring of Honor at its Oct. 18 Legends Luncheon.
The Gila River Indian Community will be the sole Platinum sponsor for the 19th annual Josiah N. Moore Scholarship Benefit Dinner, scheduled for 6 p.m., Nov. 2.
Cue up the marching band and put the finishing touches on the floats because Homecoming at ASU is taking place this Saturday, Oct. 19.
Ready to celebrate your achievements at commencement in December? If you decorate your graduation regalia early, you could win fun prizes in the ASU Alumni Association’s Grad Cap contest.
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