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Where is Sun Devil Nation now?

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"Lets take a look at Sun Devil Alumni over time" Illustration Published on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018.

"Kyrsten Sinema, an ASU alumna." Illustration published Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018.

Kyrsten Sinema graduated as a part of ASU's class of 2012 after earning a Master of Social Work degree, in 1999. She then went on to earn a J.D. degree in 2004, and completed her education after she earned a Ph.D. degree in Justice Studies in 2012. She was elected as a congresswoman for Arizona's 9th district in 2013 and has been serving ever since. She is currently running in midterm elections against Martha McSally for a chance to be Arizona's first female senator. She is a proud ASU alumna and while campaigning for the senate seat she went to this year's ASU homecoming football game, and visited ASU's downtown campus as well.

Illustration published on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018.

Pat Tillman graduated from ASU in 1998 with a bachelor's degree in marketing. During his time at ASU he excelled in the classroom and on the football field. In fact, he won ASU's MVP of the year in 1997. He also won the Clyde B. Smith Academic Award in 1996 and 1997, the Sporting News Honda Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 1997 and the 1998 Sun Angel Student Athlete of Year. Upon graduating in 1998 he was selected by the NFL during a draft to play for the Arizona Cardinals. Later in 2002 Tillman walked away from a 3-year $3.6 million dollar contract with the Cardinals to enlist in the Army. In 2004 he was unfortunately killed in action. He is since remembered as a legacy at ASU with the Pat Tillman Veterans Center on campus help student veterans today, the Tillman Tunnel and Statue, as well as the yearly Pat's run.

Illustration published on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018.

Amanda Brown, writer of 'Legally Blonde,' graduated from Arizona State University in 1993. With both of her parents being successful lawyers, Brown decided to follow in their footsteps. She attended Stanford but unlike her parents, she never graduated to receive a law degree. She decided to turn her personal experiences into what later became known as 'Legally Blonde.' Since her novel 'Legally Blonde' published a musical adaptation has been made, as well as two Legally Blonde films, with a third being rumored in the works, not yet confirmed.

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