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ASU Opens Brick Campaign for Alumni Center

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - The ASU Alumni Association is offering the chance for former students and friends of the university to carve their legacy in stone and become a permanent part of the new Cooper Alumni Center.  Individuals may have a personal message engraved on one of the bricks paving the center's terrace.  In recognition of ASU's upcoming Centennial celebration, the engraved bricks are $100 each.

The standard 4x8 pavers will be installed on the back terrace of the Alumni Center, which will open this fall.  A map at the center will assist visitors in locating their bricks, as specific brick placement requests will not be available.  There will be two installations per year, coinciding with the fall football Homecoming festivities and spring commencement, when visitors to the campus will be at their highest levels.

Incription guidelines and more information may be found on the Alumni Association's Website at http://www.astatealumni.org.

 

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