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Scenes from ASU Homecoming 2015

From mad dashes to mad-fun parties, Sun Devils are celebrating in style


A man plays a vibraphone.
November 14, 2015

Sun Devil spirit is alive and well year-round at Arizona State University, but Homecoming turns that up a notch.

From carnivals to comedy shows, from dances to the time-honored Lantern Walk up "A" Mountain, this week is full of events for students, alumni and families.

Wide receiver D.J. Foster pushes for extra yardage against the Washington defense.

Wide receiver D.J. Foster pushes for extra yardage against the Washington defense. Photo by Courtney Pedroza/ASU Now

Saturday's Homecoming parade and block party offered fun and plenty of goodies for participants. See inside three of the booths in this video, and scroll down for photos from the entire week's festivities.

Find more information at the official Homecoming site.

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