ASU News - August 2014

Adams State Observatory will celebrate Grand Opening

Each night will include tours of the new facility, with explanations of how the equipment works and how it will be used, along with the opportunity to look through a variety of telescopes. Continue Reading…

Lopez will speak on the Archaic Spanish language of the region

This life-long study prepared Lopez to share what he learned about this distinct dialect that is found nowhere else in the Spanish speaking world. Continue Reading…

Get your color on during Autumn Colors 5K

Throughout the fun run, participants will have color, dyed corn starch, tossed at them. Continue Reading…

President Svaldi will speak at “Last Lecture” event

"As individuals we can either go with the flow and be the victims of change or become leaders and lead needed change." Continue Reading…

Educational challenges in "Flyover Country"

Our remote, rural location means the national issues churning around higher education -especially the proposed solutions - are often irrelevant, if not detrimental, to our situation. Continue Reading…

Dancing and drumming during Autumn@Adams

Doyle will discuss the creative process not just when preparing his solo works and improvisations, but how to express one's self as an artist when collaborating with 1, 2, 50, or 100 other artists. Continue Reading…

Come Rock the Rex with new climbing wall

Constructed over the summer, the new wall offers more accessible climbing terrain and has 15 stations. Continue Reading…

A peek inside the imagination of Malouff and Guerrero-Murphy

"...I have always been fascinated by the brilliance created when light travels through pure color, as in glass.” Continue Reading…

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