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A-S-U, A-S-U, A-S-U! We’re proud to be Sun Devils – and not afraid to show it. Learn more about ASU traditions from whitewashing ‘A’ Mountain to passing through Paley Gates. Hear from students and the 942 Crew about their favorite traditions, chants and cheers.
Originally from Vadodara, India, ASU graduate Rutva Gupta learned to value education and cultural adaptability from her parents. Find out what she took away from her time at the Thunderbird School of Global Management and where she hopes to go from here.
Check out a slice of Sun Devil life from this semester. ASU Student Life presents fall 2018 in review!
Watch the ASU Student Life video coverage for a snapshot of the pride and tradition of joining as a community to celebrate the pinnacle of student achievement.
More than 300 students participated in ASU convocations celebrating American Indian, Asian-American Pacific, Black and African, Hispanic, international, LGBTQ and veteran students this week.
November was a busy month for Sun Devils. Watch the November month-in-review video to see the breadth of what happened in the ASU community last month.
College-aged people historically have had the lowest voting turnout rate. Read what Sun Devils are doing this year to change this trend and get out the vote.
Thousands of families came to visit their Sun Devils during #ASUFamilyWeekend 2018, breaking records for traditions and starting new ones across all ASU campuses.
Get your Sun Devil spirit and tradition on. Read the top events happening this year during #ASUFamilyWeekend.
August 26 was Women’s Equality Day, marking the 98th anniversary of Women’s suffrage. Read how ASU celebrated the day.
ASU’s back-to-school events welcomed thousands of new and returning students for fall 2018.
Welcome week will be packed with events on the Tempe, West, Downtown and Polytechnic campuses to kick off the new school year Sun Devil style!
ASU alum Nick Cartell, who plays Jean Valjean in the national touring company of "Les Misérables," talks to Student Life about the show and his time as a student at ASU.
The winners of the 2018 ASU Students Shine Contest have been announced and this year’s awardees prove, yet again, that Sun Devils are truly inspiring, hard-working and dedicated to making their community a better place.
Monica Niá Jones, a senior majoring in interdisciplinary studies, with a concentration in business and special events management, is celebrating her heritage all throughout this month: Black History month.
The ASU Students Shine Contest highlights the achievement and success of ASU students who excel in any one of ASU's six values: Career, Culture, Engagement, Service, Spirit/Affinity and Wellness. Do you represent any one of ASU’s six values? If you do, show us and you could win up to $1,750 and be featured in your own ASU Students Shine video.
Join us in taking a look back at the many events and celebrations from this past semester as we strive to enrich and enhance the Sun Devil experience.
You may be aware that Sun Devils and Wildcats don’t play nice together, but did you know the reason why? A long and complicated history exists between both schools and there’s no better display of this rivalry than the annual Territorial Cup. As our Sun Devils prepare to take the field the day after Thanksgiving, brush up on your football history.
More than 9,000 Sun Devil families gathered for events and activities across Arizona State University’s four campuses Oct. 13-15 for ASU Family Weekend, a time to reconnect with their students, experience campus life and celebrate Sun Devil traditions.