ASU News - April 2013

Adams State honors retirees

The Retirement Dinner atmosphere remains upbeat and jovial as the evening progresses and the spotlight illuminates each retiree’s dedication and commitment to their position and the campus. Continue Reading…

Peer returns to Adams State to address graduates

“The Class of 2013 will not long remember my speech nor should they,” Peer said. “On the other hand, they will never forget ASU, Alamosa and the extraordinary San Luis Valley region..." Continue Reading…

Scenes from Banned Plays is free event

“I wanted to give my students an opportunity to practice theatre in a different way and to understand that to entertain people means more than making them laugh..." Continue Reading…

ASU nursing students share service experience in Guatemala

The group will share a presentation on their experience Monday, May 6, at 7 p.m. in Carson Auditorium (Adams State Student Union Bldg.) Continue Reading…

Adams State hosted Pan American Day

“Despite the inclimate weather, which caused some schools to cancel, the event was successful and brought potential college students to our campus,” Rayas Solís said. Continue Reading…

ASU employees recognized for years of service

“Dr.Ybarrondo does not paint an easy picture,” said Rick Sloan, medical doctor and Adams State 1998 graduate. Continue Reading…

SLV Symphony spring concert is May 4

Concerto competition winners Kate Newmyer and Mikaela Morgan will be featured in Benedetto Marcello's beautiful Oboe Concerto and Beethoven's profound Romance No. 2. Continue Reading…

Faculty Lecture is May 1

At present just over three percent of all individuals around the world resides in a country other than the one in which he or she was born. Continue Reading…

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