Campus Announcements


Hello everyone, Please join us in placing Dr. Ed Lyell, Professor of Business and Economics, in the HOT SEAT! Being a professor for many years, he has knowledge and experience that will inspire us all. Please come with any questions … Continue reading

Lifeways Lecture Series features “The Ethics of La Querencia” by Joseph Gallegos

Joseph Gallegos will be presenting a lecture on “The Ethics of La Querencia,” as part of the Lifeways Lecture Series. Join us, and some very special guests, on Thursday, April 17, 2014. The lecture will be held in McDaniel 201, … Continue reading

Hannah Sabil Liechty’s Senior Recital

Hue, Bach, Taktakshivili and more! Please join Hannah on Friday April 18th, 2014 at 7pm in Leon Memorial Hall for an hour of great music! There will be refreshments after the concert.

Diego Cacique’s Senior Recital Sat 4/19/14 3:00 p.m. in Leon Memorial Hall

Come listen to Diego play a set with works from Bouwer and much more!

Bonfils Blood Drive

The Adams State Student Nurses’ Association is hosting another blood drive through Bonfils on Monday, April 28th. Colorado is currently experiencing a dangerous shortage of blood supply and really needs donations. If you would like to help, please contact Hope … Continue reading

Writing and Being

Writing and Being is one of three summer creative writing workshops offered this June. We’ll focus on learning generative tools and practicing unusual strategies for using informal, reflective writing as a seed bed for more formal writing such as memoir, … Continue reading

Writing and the Body

In Writing and the Body, the second of three creative writing workshops offered this June, we’ll focus on the kinesthetic life of the body as a source of inspiration for writing, including writing about the body and writing from the … Continue reading

Writing and Place

For Writing and Place, the last of three creative writing workshops offered this June, we will explore the importance of landscape and environment in our writing both as background and setting, and as the central subject in the sense of … Continue reading

Kindred Spirits: Hidden Bias, and Girls and Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Fields

On Thursday, April 17, Dr. Matt Nehring, Chair of Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics, will present research related to girls and women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, along with his own discoveries about unconscious bias, and will help us uncover … Continue reading

4/26 Trail Running

Love trail running or been dying to try it out?! Well here’s your chance! Gliding along a scenic trail with only the mountains and rocks surrounding you is a great way to escape your running rut and find a new … Continue reading

Walk to prevent suicide with SWAG

We are hosting our second annual walk to prevent suicide and raise awareness. Please join us this Thursday, April 17th! Registration will begin at 5pm in the Student Life Center of the SUB. The actual walk will begin, following a … Continue reading

Meditation Sit Weds 4/16

There will be a meditation circle in the Student Life Center at 5:30. The meditation usually lasts about 25 minutes, with a brief reflection. Please contact Emma with questions,

Masters Thesis Defense

A masters thesis defense is scheduled for 5:30pm, Tuesday April 22nd, in East Campus room 101 (EC101). The topic of the thesis project is “Upper Body Plyometric Training and its Effects on Shot Velocity in DII Male Lacrosse Players”. All … Continue reading

Today: SLV Pride Movie Night!

Join SLV Pride this evening (Tuesday, April 15) for a movie night beginning at 6:30 p.m. in MCD 101. The group will vote to select a movie from three provided options.

Special Earth Week events on campus Wednesday

ASU EARTH (Environmental Action for Resources, Transportation, Health) is presenting several activities and information booths on sustainability Wednesday, April 16, in the Student Union Building from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Sustainability Booths 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.. Bike to … Continue reading