ASC News - April 2012

Visiting poet and creative writing students will read from personal work on May 1

"I believe there is still so much to be represented through poetry. We have a tendency in this genre to shy away from the things that truly need to be said about the troubles of life," said Swain. Continue Reading…

Zacheis final presentation for spring is May 5

The free, 30-minute program will give some background on both eclipses and transits. It will also explain several ways of observing solar events safely. Continue Reading…

Rock, Poli Sci, Music

Benson: ""loves teaching" all students;" Centeno: Being a part of a student's success, "makes me happy;" Robison: "My students fuel me in all that I do." Continue Reading…

Spring Commencement Speaker will encourage undergraduate students to listen well and work as an "Outlier"

"Earning a college degree provides graduates with the ability to participate more fully in public affairs and their community as well as become responsible citizens with an expanded world view." Continue Reading…

Employees recognized for years of service

Dr. Marty Jones, known throughout the campus and outlaying community for his involvement and positive attitude, will be missed by students, faculty, and staff. Continue Reading…

Graduating art students exhibit now open

All the art students share a passion seen through the individual styles presented in the art. They are proud and are eager to show the world what they have to offer. Continue Reading…

More campus improvements planned

Adams State will soon begin another $12.7 million worth of campus additions and renovations, including a new High Altitude Events Center, according to President David Svaldi. Continue Reading…

Six music students share original compositions

Come and enjoy the world premier of original works created by students and performed by their peers. Continue Reading…

Performance art students will entertain audiences

Schilling says, "Our students have taken some real risks in creating their own performance art pieces. I'm proud of them and the work they've done." Continue Reading…

Love – Broadway Style on April 30

"We are excited to perform for you," said music student Briana Lewis. "Be sure to catch this performance." Continue Reading…

Bedroom farce will lighten any mood

The "laugh-out-loud" comedy, "A Flea in Her Ear," includes elaborate costumes, set design, and humor on many levels. Continue Reading…

Cesar Chavez' grandson to visit Adams State

According to Oneyda Maestas, CASA coordinator, Chavez wanted to visit the San Luis Valley out of all other areas in Colorado. Continue Reading…

Harmony for the Hungry invites the community to collect resources for the Valley’s food bank and evoke hunger awareness

On April 28, KASF radio will be hosting an outdoor food drive and concert to benefit the Alamosa Food Bank. Between 1 and 5 P.M., there will be a variety of performances from Late Nite Reading, an Ind Continue Reading…

GRZ-TV makes it big on Adams State Campus

Ever dream of becoming involved in the glamorous film-making industry? Well, dreams do come true with the addition of the new GRZ-TV campus television channel. Continue Reading…

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