ASC News - March 2011

Living the Buena Vida in Mexico

La Gloria English School in Isla Mujeres, Mexico, a vacation paradise, offers English classes to children and adults and fulfills Jaclyn McKinney's passion for living and teaching in Mexico. Continue Reading…

"Don't Feed Us After Midnight" performs one night only at Adams State College

The art of comedic improvision comes alive at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 16 in the Adams State College Xperimental Theatre. The performance is free, first-come-first-serve seating, for only one night. Continue Reading…

Student leaders are recognized

Music by the Jazz Cats and a Cajun style meal reflected the Mardi Gras theme at the third annual Adams State College Leadership Awards Banquet on March 30. A scholarship and 11 awards were presented Continue Reading…

EARTH event benefits health, river, and savings account

Good for your heart, budget, and Rio Grande - the Adams State College Environmental Action for Resources, Transportation and Health (EARTH) events begin Saturday, April 9 with a Fun Run at 9 a.m., Continue Reading…

R&J Project hosts Interfaith Forum

The Adams State College Theatre Program's R & J Project hosts "Can Love Rescue What Hate Threatens: An Interfaith Forum" from 8:30 a.m. until noon Saturday, April 9, in the Main Stage Theatre. Continue Reading…

Student Scholar Days schedule is set

The Adams State College fourth annual Student Scholar Days presentations will be held in the Student Union Building Banquet Rooms. The event is free and open to the public. Continue Reading…

Mary Lavey retrospective featured in Cloyde Snook Gallery

The devotion and attention by Mary Lavey, Sister of Mercy, extended to students, colleagues, friends, and, of course, her fine art ceramics. The Adams State College Cloyde Snook Gallery honors Lavey Continue Reading…

Karel Rogers returns for special EARTH Week talk

Overweight, in the red, and an ever-changing climate -- all legitimate concerns of the human population, these subjects and more will be addressed by the Adams State College EARTH Week keynote speaker Continue Reading…

"War Requiem" focus of April 6 Faculty Lecture

A deeper understanding of Benjamin Britten's “War Requiem”, will be explored during Dr. Beth Robison's, assistant professor/director of choral activities, Adams State College Faculty Lecture "Benjamin Continue Reading…

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