Month: March 2015

ASU Brass Choir is April 9

The Adams State University Brass Choir will share its inaugural performance at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 9, in Leon Memorial Hall. Music performed will be traditional music for brass from the 1400’s, transcriptions of folk songs and choral works. This new ensemble was student organized by Jon Colson and began rehearsing Thursday evenings in February. […]

Boomer welcomes future Grizzlies

Future grizzly, Alex Lopez, takes a selfie with Boomer. Boomer paid a visit to Alamosa High School seniors currently admitted to Adams State University. Michelle Romero, associate director of admissions, said student ambassadors and Boomer, Adams State’s mascot, made it to over 50 homes, met many parents and grandparents and personally met and welcomed 25 […]

Further Adventures, a book reading by two authors is April 7

Adams State University Dr. Carol Guerrero-Murphy will be joined by fellow author and friend, Laura Pritchett, for a public reading of their recent work. The event, Further Adventures, begins at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 7, in McDaniel Hall room 101. The event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. Guerrero-Murphy has […]

The ASU Cloyde Snook Gallery features prints by Smelser

The Adams State University Cloyde Snook Gallery exhibit, A Fish that is Waterless, new prints by Sara Smelser, treads a line between elegant and awkward, deliberate and intuitive, skilled and naïve. Smelser will give an artist lecture at 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 8, in the Art Building room 227. A reception will follow the lecture […]

Next Faculty Lecture is April 1

The Adams State University 2015 Faculty Lecture Nigel Westlake’s The Invisible Men: The Junction of 1906 French Silent Film and the Modern Percussion Quartet, by James Doyle, assistant professor of music, begins at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 1, in Richardson Hall Auditorium – please note the location change. Nigel Westlake’s percussion quartet The Invisible Men […]

Adams State will celebrate Cesar Chavez Week 2015

Release by Maya Ramirez The Adams State University Cultural Awareness and Student Achievement Center (CASA) will host a variety of events during Cesar Chavez Week, March 30 through April 3. A Pool Tournament will be from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Tuesday, March 31, in the Loft, located on the second floor of the Student […]

Adams State University’s Mary Hoffman Receives Prestigious William Funk Award for Building Stronger Communities

The Colorado Nonprofit Association announces Mary Hoffman, Executive Director of Adams State University Community Partnerships and longtime resident of the San Luis Valley, as the recipient of the William Funk Award for Building Stronger Communities. This award recognizes exceptional leaders who are capable of bringing together communities to define and solve problems. Hoffman said she […]

Eighth Annual ASU Student Scholar Days begins April 2

Music major, Ben Paden presented his research on Iannis Xenakis, who, as Paden described, "combined the art forms of architecture and music into a complete experience," during the 2014 Student Scholar Days. Biology, Spanish, history, music, psychology, chemistry, and art – the eighth annual Adams State University Student Scholar Days includes presentations from disciplines across […]

Adams State ACE Conference open to public

The Adams State University Advocating, Celebrating, Educating Conference Equity in Sports and Other Arenas will be held April 10 and 11 on campus. The keynote speaker, Dr. Pat Griffin will address LGBTQ Inclusion in Athletics: Successes and On-Going Challenges. The event is free and open to the public. The conference begins Friday, April 10, with […]

Singletary and Simpson join the ASU Trustees

Cleave Simpson and John Singletary were appointed trustees for Adams State University by Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper. Both will serve three-year terms concluding in 2018. "John and Cleave bring great experience to the ASU Board of trustees. Both are dedicated to preserving and improving access to higher education in Southern Colorado and have already provided […]