Adams State News - December 2016

Lost and Found will perform on December 11

Nick Harlan, Izzy Schneider, Trace Gross, and Chelsea Henderson, will be featured in their final performance with The Lost and Found: A Hogwarts Special. Continue Reading…

Kelley carries Grizzly pride and “grit” to law school

“I was blessed enough to have the highest cumulative score of all applicants, which is totally a product of my Adams State experience,” Kelley added. Continue Reading…

Adams State graduate finds passion in teaching

“As a teacher, you plant seeds of knowledge and with these seeds you create our future leaders, architects, scientists, lawyers, doctors, etcetera." Continue Reading…

Agbusiness students place in statewide competition

"We all have reason to be very proud of our young professionals, they represent us very well. The future is in good hands.” Continue Reading…

Learn scaled rocks, ice and academics on road to graduation

If he had to sum up the adventure program Learn would say, “it is rad,” noting how the different parts of ASAP round out the experience. Continue Reading…

Stan Hilkey will address Adams State fall graduates

In recognition for his outstanding work in law enforcement, Adams State will award Hilkey an Honorary Doctorate in State and Local Government during the ceremony. Continue Reading…

Legacy of William A. Porter lives on through Porter Scholars Program

William Porter and his wife, Joan, established the Porter Scholars Program in 2007 through the largest gift in Adams State history: $5.8 million worth of stock in E*TRADE, which he founded in 1983. Continue Reading…

ASU celebrates capstone reading

Local community writers Pete Anderson, Dr. Carol Guerrero-Murphy, Michelle LeBlanc, and Dr. Chris Gilmer will join the students. Continue Reading…

SLV Symphony Holiday Classics Concert is December 10

The program will conclude with holiday favorites: Ralph Vaughan William’s Fantasia on Greensleeves and Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Ride. Continue Reading…

ASU Music Dept. seeks patrons for SLV Cultural Commissions

The Adams State University Music Department is seeing patrons to support the commissioning of three original works that will celebrate the culture and soundscape of the San Luis Valley. Continue Reading…

National Center to address needs of underserved students

The three-day conference concluded with the signing of a draft Declaration on the Rights of Historically Underserved Students. Continue Reading…

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