Campus Announcements

Pi Sigma Alpha-Political Science Honor Society

Students who are majoring or minoring in political science and meet certain criteria can join Pi Sigma Alpha, the national honor society for political science. Students need to be a junior or senior, have a cumulative GPA above a 3.0, rank in the top one-third of their class, and meet a minimal hours completed for political science courses. Applications are due April 3rd. If you believe you meet these qualifications, contact Jess for further information. Email: gagliardijr@grizzlies.adams.edu

Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society

Students who are majoring or minoring in history, anthropology, social studies education, or political science and meet certain criteria can join Pi Gamma Mu, the international honor society for the social sciences. Students need to be a junior, senior, or graduate students, have a cumulative GPA above a 3.0, rank in the top one-third of their class, and meet a minimal hours completed for the above prefix courses. Applications are due April 3rd. If you believe you meet these qualifications, contact Jess for further information. Email: gagliardijr@grizzlies.adams.edu

SandHill Review

Do you want to show the world your artwork or writing? Submit your work to the SandHill Review – Adams State University’s literary journal. We accept all fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, screenplays, 2D & 3D artwork. Our deadline is April 1st. Any student, alumni, or ASU staff can submit.

Email submissions or questions to asusandhill@adams.edu

A Public Presentation Defending the Truth of Christianity

On Friday, April 24th Collin Brooks, a senior Adams State student, will be giving a free presentation, open to the public, defending the truth of the Christian worldview to help promote Fellowship of Christian Students (FCS). The event begins at 7 PM and there will be audience Q & A. To hear a logical defense of the truth of Christianity or to ask questions about the faith and presentation, please come and bring friends! The event will be in Carson auditorium.

Learn How to Feast in the Wild. Monday, March 30 at Nielsen Library

On Monday, March 30th, 6:30pm-8:00pm, 2nd floor Nielsen Library, Maury Grimm of M’s La Jara Jardin will lead a workshop on the many edible and medicinal plants of the San Luis Valley. Attendees will learn about edible weeds, how to nurture them in your garden, common roadside plants, plant habitats, mushrooms and more. She’ll even be bringing a few samplers – come nibble on cattails with us! All are welcome.

Maury has been an avid forager for over 40 years and has written articles for High Country News and Wild Edible Wyoming. M’s La Jara Jardin is a commitment to nurturing edible and medicinal First Ways plants. You can follow her at www.facebook.com/mslajarajardin

Rex Activity Center Closure 3/26/15

The Rex will closed on Thursday 3/26/15 for a deep cleaning of the floors and main traffic areas of the facility.

!ATTENTION ASU STUDENTS!

AS&F would like your nomination for faculty and staff awards. Your student recognition is very important to the University’s faculty and staff. We are looking for two nominations per student: an outstanding faculty nomination and an outstanding staff nomination. This is your opportunity to give the recognition that your favorite faculty and staff deserve! Please click the link below to submit your nominations. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to email us. Have a wonderful and safe spring break!

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Justine Brydges
Executive Secretary
Associated Students & Faculty
#GrizzlyTough
asf@grizzlies.adams.edu

Vistas Restaurant hours over Spring Break

Vistas Restaurant will be closed and the breakfast cart will not be running the week of spring break (March 23rd through the 27th). The restaurant will resume running the breakfast cart Monday, March 30th at its normal time and the restaurant will be open that evening, 5pm to 9pm. Sorry for any inconvenience. We look forward to seeing you around campus and at the restaurant when we reopen the 30th.

TEC Classroom and Computer Lab inventory this week

Over Spring Break, Computing Services will be doing inventory of the student computer labs and TEC Classrooms. In addition, our technicians will be installing some client software on the faculty and staff Macintosh machines.

If you have any questions, please contact the ASU Computing Services Helpdesk at x7741.

Thanks,

Computing Services

SUB hours for Spring Break

SUB Spring Break hours:
Fri 3/20 – 7am-8pm
Sat 3/21 & Sun 3/22 – CLOSED
Mon 3/23-Fri 3/27 – 7am-5pm
Sat 3/28 – CLOSED
Sun 3/29 – 4pm-10pm
There will be no food service during Spring Break. The meal plan will begin again on Sunday 3/29 for dinner.

The Rex Activity Center Spring Break Hours:

The Rex Activity Center Spring Break Hours:

Monday – Friday 10AM – 2PM

Saturday – Closed

Sunday – 10AM- 2PM

Celebrate Ag Day!!

Thank a farmer or rancher today, they grow every meal you eat.

Mail Order Scam

The Alamosa Post Office has informed us that there is a scam going around involving Postal money orders that are counterfeit. If you are asked to cash a money order, keep part of it for yourself and pass the remaining funds on to someone else, don’t fall for it!
Check out this link for more information www.lookstoogoodtobetrue.com/fraudtypes/counterfeitmoneyorder.aspx
Mailroom Staff

Richardson Hall Elevator

The elevator at Richardson Hall will be out of commission next week, March 23-26, 2015, due to construction. We apologize in advance for the inconvenience.
Thank you,
Facilities Services

Grizz Cru Burrito Sale Thursday and Friday

Grizz Cru presents Breakfast Burrito Fundraiser for Adams State Annual Backyard Bash Extravaganza. Come fill your early morning crave and grab a Breakfast Burrito stuffed with choices of Bacon, Sausage or Veggies from 7:45-12. You can pick them up from the Japanese Garden outside McDaniel Hall and at East Campus. Burritos will be $3 for one or $5 for two.