Month: November 2015

Final 2015 Lifeways Lecture will address immigration

Adams State University and Lifeways of the San Luis Valley is proud to announce the final presentation in the Fall 2015 Lifeways of the San Luis Valley Lecture Series. Dr. Benjamin Waddell, associate professor of sociology, will present his lecture, "Speaking of Immigration…" at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 3, in McDaniel Hall room 101. […]

ASU Wind Ensemble Concert is December 1

The Adams State University Wind Ensemble Concert begins at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1, in Richardson Hall Auditorium. This performance will include Fanfare to La Peri by Paul Dukas, arranged by Wayne Barrington; Declarations by Elliot Del Borgo; Festivity by James Curnow; Joy by Frank Ticheli; and The Night Before Christmas by John Moss, based […]

Adams State police arrest suspects on drug related charges

Adams State University police arrested two men on drug related charges on Friday, November 20. According to ASU Chief of Police, Paul Grohowski, an ongoing investigation resulted in the arrest of Michael Sanchez and Rick Rodriguez, who were Adams State employees at the time of their arrest. According to the police report, Rodriguez and Sanchez […]

Adams State will recognize World AIDS Day

December 1 is World AIDS Day. Adams State University has scheduled events to correspond with this year’s theme, Engaging Youth Voices in the Response to HIV & AIDS. Organized with a student demographic in mind, events will focus on the current status of this disease regarding risk factors, treatment and prevention. A panel discussion, moderated […]

Adams State HPPE professors offer expertise

The Adams State University Human Performance and Physical Education (HPPE) Department professors have a variety of experience and expertise. According to "Beez" Lea Ann Schell, HPPE chair and professor, the HPPE faculty are willing to share their skill set with the San Luis Valley community. "We want to let schools, institutions, and organizations in need […]

Adams State announces Guaranteed Tuition

Adams State University announces a new Guaranteed Tuition program for undergraduate students enrolled in on-campus classes, according to President Beverlee J. McClure. The Board of Trustees for Adams State unanimously approved the program at a special meeting, Nov. 20. "This is a historic moment for Adams State University and sets an example for other institutions […]

Navajo Walkers bring awareness to Adams State

Article by Maya Ramirez ’16 On October 27, the Adams State University Cultural Awareness and Student Achievement (CASA) Center hosted a presentation of the Navajo Walkers in Nielsen Library. According to Oneyda Maestas, CASA director, Navajo elder Tom Johnston, requested shelter for the walkers who had recently traveled from Dulce to Chama, NM and were […]

Celebrate the season with the Adams State Celtic Christmas concert

Music faculty Dr. Beth Robison, Dr. Shellie Beeman, James Doyle, Dr. Tracy Doyle, Dr. Matthew Schildt, and Angela Winter will join music students to celebrate the festivity of the holiday season. Come and enjoy traditional holiday classics – alongside whirling jigs and reels, all with a Celtic flair. The Adams State University Department of Music […]

Tickets for Snow Queen go on sale November 20

A holiday treat for the whole family – the Adams State University Theatre production, Snow Queen, opens December 5. Tickets go on sale at 8 a.m. Friday, November 20 at the ASU Theatre Box Office. The Snow Queen play, directed by Jenna Neilsen, is an adaptation of the tale by Hans Christian Andersen. In the […]