Submitted by rathreya on October 26, 2017 - 3:34pm
  • For more than two and a half years the Allies planned and gathered their military strength to launch a decisive amphibious invasion of northern France, and in anticipation of the invasion Hitler stockpiled reserves in the Atlantic Wall defenses, determined to keep the Allied forces at bay.
  • There would be no second chance for the Allies: The fate of the continent hangs upon this day and there is no plan to evacuate the troops in a failure.

Alumni Association, Sun Devil Club celebrate football Hall of Famers

The 10th annual Legends Luncheon will honor ASU’s gridiron Hall of Famers from the 1920s to the 2000s.  The ASU Alumni Association and the Sun Devil Club will celebrate Legends Luncheon: ASU Hall of Fame Friday, Oct. 27 at the Hyatt Regency Phoenix, 122 N. Second St. in Phoenix.

Sun Devil Hall of Famers returning for the luncheon include Bob Breunig, Shante Carver, Curley Culp, J.D. Hill, Steve Holden, Levi Jones, Bob Kohrs, John Mistler, Bobby Mulgado, Ron Pritchard, J.R. Redmond, Juan Roque, Danny White and Luis Zendejas.

ASU Alumni Association honors Sun Devil leaders with 2017 Homecoming Awards

The ASU Alumni Association will honor Sun Devil alumni leadership during the upcoming Oct. 28 Homecoming game, which will pit ASU against the USC Trojans. The Alumni Association will recognize Ed Sandidge ’62 BS with its Alumni Service Award, and Tim Hovik, owner and general manager of San Tan Ford, with its Alumni Appreciation Award.

Brian LaCorte ’85 BS, the 2016-17 chair of the organization’s board of directors and National Alumni Council, also will be honored for his service to the organization.

Alumni Service Award: Ed Sandidge ’62 BS

Treasures of Peru

Submitted by rathreya on October 11, 2017 - 2:40pm

A land of treasures archaeological, cultural, and natural, Peru draws those eager to learn about the distant past – and encounter a fascinating present of colonial and indigenous influences.  As your small group of just 24 guests takes in some of the country’s highlights – Cuzco, Machu Picchu, and Lake Titicaca – marvel at this intriguing land’s riches. 

Insider's Japan

Submitted by rathreya on October 11, 2017 - 2:29pm

It’s a land of delicate art and bustling commerce; of rich traditions and dizzying modernity.  This well-crafted 13-day tour with no more than 24 guests features the highlights of Tokyo and Kyoto, engages you in local life, and takes you off the beaten path to the lovely historic cities of Takayama, Kanazawa, and Nara.

LSP 40th Anniversary campus tours

*Saturday tour time may be subject to change depending on the Homecoming Parade start time
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