Join us at one of our future events!

Come join your fellow ASU Chicago Sun Devils at an upcoming event. Below is a list of our upcoming events and details about them. If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail us or ask on our Facebook group! We have two upcoming events that will offer the opportunity to help others.

Game Watching

Join us for each an every game at the Cubbybear to watch ASU. Check out the Game Watching page to learn more. Don't forget to join us for the bowl game watch.

ASU Chicago Bowling League

Please join your fellow ASU Chicago Alums for our 6th season of Winter Bowling! We bowl on Sunday afternoons at the Lucky Strike, in a fun, social, non-competitive bowling league, offered by Better Off Bowling.

Here are all the important details:

Where: The Lucky Strike, 322 E. Illinois Street, in Streeterville (right next to the AMC Theater).

When: Bowling on Sunday afternoons, starting on Sunday, January 21. All dates are: Jan 21, Jan28, Feb 11, Feb 25, Mar 4, and Mar 11 (Please note: NO bowling on Super Bowl Sunday, which is February 4).
Start time each week is at 12:00pm, 1:40pm, or 3:20pm. We bowl for approximately 90 minutes.

Cost: $73 per person. Price includes 6 weeks of bowling (normally 2 games per week), free bowling shoe rental each week, and bowling/after-bowling bar specials.

Why: Bowling is fun, it will be freezing outside, and it’s not like you will be missing any Chicago Bears’ playoff games this season! You will be teammates with fellow ASU Alums and friends, and at least one match will be against another ASU Chicago Alumni Team.
Also, after-bowling bar games: flipcup / beerpong, drinking jenga, apples to apples, and cards against humanity.

For further details/questions, and to receive the link to register for one of our ASU Chicago Teams, please email Mike Cozzi at: michaelcozzi@gmail.com or Boomer Berman at: boomer@boomerb.com

ASU Cares

Saturday, March 24 | 9-11 a.m.

Lakeview Pantry
3945 N. Sheridan Road
Chicago, Ill 60613

Every March, Sun Devils around the country participate in volunteer projects in their local communities as part of the ASU Cares program. This year, the Chicago Alumni Chapter will ask for food donations for Lakeview Pantry. One of Chicago's largest and longest-operating food pantries, Lakeview Pantry's mission is to eliminate hunger and poverty in our community by providing food to fill the basic need of hungry people; increasing the independence of our clients through self-help initiatives and other innovative programs; and raising awareness of hunger and poverty and working towards solutions to eliminate them.

ASU Cares: Lakeview Pantry

Lakeview Pantry (NEW LOCATION)
3945 N. Sheridan
Chicago, IL
March 25, 2016, Time: TBA

Join ASU Alumni Chapters around the globe as we support the community.

Please joins us as we support those in need living in the Lakeview community.

More about the Lakeview Pantry.

One of Chicago’s largest and longest-operating food pantries, Lakeview Pantry’s mission is to eliminate hunger and poverty in our community by providing food to fill the basic need of hungry people; increasing the independence of our clients through self-help initiatives and other innovative programs; and raising awareness of hunger and poverty and working towards solutions to eliminate them.

Our vision is to be a stable presence in the communities we serve, and to be a model of compassionate, effective, and collaborative service delivery by building upon our Food Distribution excellence, achieving Client Services excellence, and building capacity and strengthening our ability to carry out our mission.

Our ultimate goal is the eradication of hunger and poverty in our communities.

ASU Cares: Lakeview Pantry

Lakeview Pantry (NEW LOCATION)
3945 N. Sheridan
Chicago, IL
March 25, 2016, Time: TBA

Join ASU Alumni Chapters around the globe as we support the community.

Please joins us as we support those in need living in the Lakeview community.

More about the Lakeview Pantry.

One of Chicago’s largest and longest-operating food pantries, Lakeview Pantry’s mission is to eliminate hunger and poverty in our community by providing food to fill the basic need of hungry people; increasing the independence of our clients through self-help initiatives and other innovative programs; and raising awareness of hunger and poverty and working towards solutions to eliminate them.

Our vision is to be a stable presence in the communities we serve, and to be a model of compassionate, effective, and collaborative service delivery by building upon our Food Distribution excellence, achieving Client Services excellence, and building capacity and strengthening our ability to carry out our mission.

Our ultimate goal is the eradication of hunger and poverty in our communities.