RSVP for free food at Homecoming
Join Fulton Engineering at the northwest corner of Palm Walk and Tyler Mall for the Homecoming Block Party. RSVP for free Waldo’s Barbecue (vegetarian option available) at the Engineering site during ASU Homecoming Block Party. Everybody is welcome to visit the tent, but food is reserved for registered guests. The Engineering Alumni Chapter will be selling beer; proceeds benefit their scholarship fund.

Spooky decorations and free food is just the beginning! You can also enjoy a Hip Hop Coalition dance performance and learn the ASU Fight Song with the ASU Pitchforks. There will be plenty of engineering displays set up including QESST, Daedalus Astronautics, the ACIA Robot, Air Devils and Fun with Materials. Learn more about what’s planned.

ASU Homecoming events and information

Meet your 2011 Homecoming Court
Will Aja, a Fulton Engineering senior, has been named Homecoming King. Learn more.

ASU Alumni Appreciation Award
Rick Howarth, the general manager of Intel Products Vietnam, is being honored for his role in collaborating with the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering to modernize engineering education in Vietnam. This award will be presented on field during the game.

Legends Luncheon: Frank Kush and his teams
Relive Sun Devil football history with former ASU head coach Frank Kush and his 1958-1979 teams! Coach Kush led the Sun Devils to nine conference titles, went 6-1 in bowl games and had two undefeated teams while coaching at ASU. His list of honors includes being named the 1975 National Coach of the Year, induction into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1995, and the naming of the Sun Devil Stadium playing field in 1996! Register Now.

Lantern Walk
One of ASU’s oldest and most treasured traditions, Lantern Walk was first celebrated in 1917. Each year students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends climb to the top of A Mountain carrying lanterns to light up Tempe, following in the footsteps of their Sun Devil ancestors. At the Lantern Walk, Sun Devils enjoy an hour packed with exciting speakers, ASU talents and a magnificent firework display. The event takes place each year on the Friday night before the Homecoming game. Join fellow Sun Devils at the base of “A” Mountain on Friday, Oct. 28, 8 p.m. to honor your alma mater at Lantern Walk.

Homecoming Parade and Block Party
The Sun Devil Homecoming Parade and Block Party starts at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29. Coach Frank Kush will serve as the Grand Marshal. ASU’s colleges and schools, student organizations and community groups will be at the Block Party. In the Kidzone, Club ASU invites families to participate in fun carnival activities and games, play the latest video games, enjoy fun science, and meet some of ASU’s student athletes! Guests also can enjoy entertainment from the KidZone stage, have fun with the PBS characters, and get a free balloon. Read about More Homecoming Fun.

Join forces with Fulton Engineering to “Make Hunger Disappear”
ASU4FOOD, a student run organization, is collecting donations during the Homecoming Block Party. Each donation removes cans from the word “hunger” until it disappears. Show your support for Fulton Engineering and hunger issues by targeting your donation to bring down the “e” in Hunger. A $1 donation removes one can; donate $20 to remove a case of cans and become eligible for a Fulton Engineering prize, while supplies last.

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