Adams State News - May 2016

Adams State senior art majors exhibit their work

A closing reception for Everything In Between and Unknown begins at 4 p.m. Friday, May 13, in the Art Building. The event is free and open to the public. Continue Reading…

No Hold Barred: An Evening of Performance Art is May 3 and 4

Featuring performances by art, music, and theatre students, audiences should expect entertainment that is engaging, controversial, whimsical, personal, political, and more. Continue Reading…

Advanced Industries Funding Presentation will be May 5

State representatives will explain their Advanced Industries (AI) Accelerator programs. Continue Reading…

Valley Community Chorus presents “Pop Goes the Music”

Pop Goes the Music, will feature popular songs from stage, screen, radio, and television. Continue Reading…

Lifeways Lecture series presents Ben Waddell

However, a closer look at southern Colorado reveals that deep seeded discrimination has played a particularly pernicious role in the undoing of what were once thriving communities. Continue Reading…

Adams State will host Skype session with Dolores Huerta

At 83, Dolores Huerta continues to work tirelessly developing leaders and advocating for the working poor, women, and children. Continue Reading…

Adams State presents ETC Awards

“There could be no finer tribute to our daughter, Erin, than supporting others in doing what she so loved.” Continue Reading…

Time to register for Summer & Fall classes at Adams State

Registration is now open for Adams State University's Fall 2016 semester, which begins August 22. Summer Session registration is also open. Continue Reading…

USDA Value Added Grant Writing Workshop is May 4

The Value Added Producer Grants (VAPG) program helps agricultural producers enter into value-added activities related to the processing and/or marketing of bio-based, value-added products. Continue Reading…

Valdez recognized for outstanding achievement

“Upward Bound recognizes a student’s ability to do well – the goal is to direct that potential toward success,” Valdez said. Continue Reading…

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