Campus Announcements

Marat/Sade Tickets on Sale Monday

Total, immersive theatre – the Adams State University production, Marat/Sade by Peter Weiss, directed by Jenna Neilsen, Associate Professor of Theatre, opens at 7:30 p.m. May 1 and runs May 2, 3, 7, 8 and 9, in the Xperimental Theatre. There will be a Sunday matinee at 2 p.m. May 10. Tickets go on sale Monday, April 20. In the intimate Xperimental Theatre, there are only 107 seats per performance.

The shows run time is approximately two hours. To reserve tickets for Marat/Sade, call 719-587-8499. Recommended for mature audiences only.

www.adams.edu/news/apr1520.php

Attention Faculty and ASU staff!!

If you need to rent graduation regalia please contact the Bookstore by April 21st!!!

AS&F Election Results

AS&F election results are now available on the AS&F blog. Congratulations to all of our winners!

blogs.adams.edu/asf-voices/

Love crime shows? Need a science credit?

If you love crime dramas and need a fun science class this summer, you should consider taking CHEM 103 Introduction to Forensic Chemistry this May/June. We will be learning how to do fingerprint developing, analyze drugs and blood, examine soil, fibers, and glass left at a crime scene, and burn and test some common types of gunpowder and explosives. We will also solve a “crime” during the 4 week course. If you have any questions or don’t meet the math prerequisites but still want to take the course, please contact Renee Beeton at rbeeton@adams.edu.

Position Openings @ GTLC!

The Grizzly Testing and Learning Center is looking for motivated students to fill a fall student employment position. There are currently two positions available for approximately 18 hours per week with starting pay at $8.50 with hours (between 8 am and 5 pm) depending on student availability. Students must be full-time, on-campus students with at least two semesters at ASU remaining; work study funding is not required but preferred.

If interested, please stop by to pick up an application at the Grizzly Testing and Learning Center, 2nd floor Nielsen Library. Applications will be accepted until May 1st by 5 pm.

Harry Potter Extravaganza Marathon in Girault Lobby

Hall Council of Girault and A-wing will be hosting a Harry Potter Extravaganza Marathon on Saturday, April 18th from 1 pm till whenever the series ends in the Girault Lobby. We will be serving themed food throughout the night. So come enjoy some good food, company, movies, and tons of fun.

CS Maintenance and Banner Downtime for Thursday, April 16, and Saturday, April 18th

**Thursday, April 16th**

Beginning at 9:00 PM, ALL Banner services will be down including School Services, Forms and Banner Printing for roughly 3 hours as we perform critical maintenance on the Banner networking and storage systems.

**Saturday, April 18th**

Beginning at 8:00 AM, ALL Banner services will be down as we perform a switchover from our primary to our standby server. Computing Services will do our best to minimize downtime, and hope to keep the outage to roughly 15 minutes. However, if things don’t go according to plan, the downtime could extend for up to two hours.

Computing Services thanks you for your patience and understanding as we perform these critical maintenance activities. As always, if you have any questions, please call the ASU Computing Services Helpdesk at 7741 or contact us via email at computingservices@adams.edu

Computing Services

HPPE, Nursing, and Health Care-related professions

Health Care Administration (HCA 303) class is offered Fall 2015 and is open to non-Health Care Administration majors. This class is an overview of the business side of health care, including management, leadership, laws and regulations, insurance, hospital and clinic structures, health care disparities, and health care providers. Contact Dr. Pat Robbins at patrobbins@adams.edu with questions or if you need a label to enroll.

Spring Football Showcase Friday 4-17 at 6:00pm

Friday 4-17-15 at 6:00 join us in Rex Stadium – meet and mingle with the players and new coaching staff. Free entry and free food! Learn the words to our new fight song and cheer on your Grizzlies as they showcase the new style of football for Adams State! GO GRIZZ!!!

Media Professionals Career Workshop Today! (Thursday)

Adams State University Community Partnerships and the Southern Colorado Film Commission are hosting the Media Professionals Career Workshop from the Colorado Office of Film, Television, and Media. This free event, open to everyone, will help attendees build their knowledge of the film industry and gain the information required to successfully navigate it. The workshop will feature presenters from a variety of film organizations offering a diverse set of perspectives on their profession within the film industry. Colorado Film Commissioner Donald Zuckerman will inform attendees on Colorado’s initiatives to promote the film industry in the state. Donald Zuckerman has produced several major motion pictures and has worked with some of Hollywood’s top directors and actors. His most recent feature films include CASINO JACK with director George Hickenlooper starring Kevin Spacey, and “Not Forgotten”, starring Simon Baker and Chloë Grace Moretz. Zuckerman has also produced multiple television series, created a number of successful New York City nightlife venues, and managed recording artists and sports professionals. Zuckerman graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and received a law degree from the Boston University School of Law.
Other presenters include Duke Hartman, COO of High Noon Entertainment; Alexandre O. Philippe, Creative Director of Cinema Vertige and Exhibit A Pictures; Sheila Ivy Traistor, a director, writer, and actress with over thirty years of industry experience; Marc Snider, founder of Exposure Productions; and Julie Speer, Director/Executive Producer of Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting. This Media Professionals Career Workshop will be held on Thursday, April 16th, from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm, in Room 227 of Adams State’s Art Building. The event is open to the public and is at no cost to the attendee.

Poker

It’s that time of week again! Poker this Thursday in the Loft registration begins at 7 pm and the game will start at 7:30 pm. Bring a can for extra chips. Everyone is welcome and we hope to see you there!

EARTH Bike to Campus Day Thursday

Please help ASU become more sustainable by bicycling to campus on Thursday. The Environmental Action group, EARTH, will have a booth set up next to our new bicycle repair station on the west side of the SUB where you can win a prize if you bike to the booth. You can also buy some yummy baked goods and support the EARTH group! This is part of our annual EARTH Week activities.

Wild Wing Wednesday

Like hot wings? Come up to Vistas tonight, 5pm to 9pm and enjoy our delicious wings (bone-in or boneless) for half price. Pay $3.00 and get an order of 6 bone-in or 8 boneless wings. Choose from 9 different sauces to spice them up or just eat them plain.
Add an order of fries and a 20 ounce soda or water and pay only $6.50 for the meal.
Come on up to Vistas, get out of the wind and enjoy some delicious food!

Hit ‘pause’ with meditation Wednesdays at 5:30 pm

Yes, it’s THAT time of the semester and things are getting intense. A little peace and quiet can go a long way in calming nerves and slowing things down. Drop by for a short group meditation any Wednesday from now through finals. No previous experience is needed — simply sit together in stillness, with a brief, calming guided reflection to begin the session. Come to United Campus Ministry, located inside the Student Life Center, at 5:30 pm. All are welcome regardless of creed, ethnicity, sexual orientation or any other awesome uniqueness!

Sat, 4/18, Music Dept Events Canceled or Postponed

Alyssa Powell’s faculty clarinet recital has been canceled for this Saturday, 4/18. We hope to get this rescheduled soon.
Victoria Ricci’s senior voice recital scheduled for 5:00 pm this Saturday, 4/18, has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 5 at 2:00 pm.