How do Sun Devils Change the World?

February 13, 2020

ASU students are effecting change every day through raising their voices, community service, entreprenuership and more. 

How you change the world, by individual or collective actions, should be celebrated at the second annual #ChangeTheWorld on April 2. Register by March 2 to pitch, perform, exhibit or showcase. We'll see you at Sun Devil Stadium! Learn more at the ASU Change the World site.

Meet just a few of the many Sun Devils who are making our community and world better.

Arielle Gray

Creative writing major Arielle Gray performed as a belly dancer at last year's inaugural Change the World event to open up spaces for all kinds of dance and expression.

Kailey Mullis

ASU sustainability major and vice director of Changemaker Central @ ASU Kailey Mullis is changing the world through empowering herself and other Arizona State University students to explore their passions and take action in their communities.

Bird Ruff

ASU biomedical sciences major Bird Ruff is changing the world through their music. Bird hopes to open doors to opportunity for queer and nonbinary youth.

Tyler Nicole Miller

ASU art history major and American Indian studies minor Tyler Nicole Miller is changing the world through her sorority, Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, and through her advocacy for indigenous women's voices and representation.