Arizona State University’s Sun Devils (students) recently gathered for their largest community service initiative, an event called Devils in Disguise Week. Students from across all four ASU campuses engaged in projects such as community space beautification, closet sorting, mural painting, gardening, food box packing and more. The Polytechnic campus even held a Shark Technic event where students had a chance to pitch their creative ideas for new service projects.

Other projects included working with Aramark to serve meals to individuals living in an emergency shelter, beautifying a new community space at a local learning center and partnering with the United Way to spruce up storage bins used by clients to store their belongings when seeking services.

Lizzy Cowgur, a first-year student studying human systems engineering and lead for the event at the Polytechnic campus, explained the name of the event. “Sun Devils might have a negative connotation since we’re named after devils,” she told ASU News. “It shows that, yes, we are Sun Devils, and we care about our community. We care about service. It’s not what you see on the outside but about what’s on the inside.”

Read more about the week of events here.