Month: September 2017

Threshold opening reception is October 5

Morris Sowards works on a painting this summer. The Adams State University art students will host a Pop Up Exhibition, Threshold, from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5, at 507 Bell Avenue (space adjacent to Main Copy Source) in Alamosa. Artists featured include Lucie Olivas, Michael Rael, Andrew Rascon, Robert Gallegos, Irma Lucero, […]

Zacheis Planetarium announces October schedule

The Adams State University Zacheis Planetarium has released the free public showings schedule through October 31, 2017. Thursdays, 7 p.m. and 7:45 p.m. October 5: Lamps of Atlantis and Natural Selection October 12: Exploding Universe and Black Holes October 19: Dynamic Earth and To Space and Back October 26: Earthquake and Cleopatra’s Universe Saturdays, 3 […]

ASU HPPE Department seeking volunteers for wellness study

Pictured, left to right, front, Ryhanna Cisneros, Veronica Cisneros, Ramona Silva; back, Andria Silva, Isabella Lopez, Melanie Maldonado, Erica Maldonado and Leslie Maldonado, participating in the Wellness Study. Last spring, the Adams State University Human Performance and Physical Education Department, Empower U Wellness group, and the Unidos Equity Institute partnered to offer fitness testing, physical […]

Piano Taos will perform a recital of Hispanic composers at Adams State

Piano Taos includes, left to right, (front row) Martha Shepp and Kim Bakkum; (back row) Martha Grossman, Claire Detels, and Vickie Ford. Piano Taos, a group of five female pianists, will perform at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5, in Adams State University Leon Memorial Recital Hall. They will perform a program of Hispanic composers, including […]

Location Change – Guest lecturer will speak about Tour de France

The Adams State University Department of Human Performance and Physical Education is pleased to host guest lecture Dr. Conrad Earnest. His lecture, Tour de France or Tour de Folly: A Scientific and Historical Perspective of the Tour de France, begins at 6 p.m. Monday Oct. 2, in Carson Auditorium. The event is free and open […]

ASU Police receive Naloxone kits

Adams State Police Officer Nate Rael and Chief Andrew McPhearson The Adams State University Police Department, received naloxone opioid overdose reversal kits for each of their officers, thanks to the Colorado Attorney General’s Office as part of the Naloxone for Life initiative. Officers will carry naloxone on their person when they respond to calls, allowing […]

Adams State Homecoming Parade call for entries

The Adams State University Homecoming Parade is scheduled for October 21. The homecoming committee is currently accepting applications for parade entries. Visit ASU Homecoming Parade for an application or call 719-587-7948.

Of Words and Walls final events include debate and dialogue

Of Words and Walls: The Anne Frank Project at Adams State University presents two community events in the SLV Federal Bank Theatre, located in the ASU Theatre Building. Connecting the Past to the Present will be on Wednesday, September 27 and Coming Together: An Evening of Dialogue is on Thursday, September 28. Both events are […]

Benson will share experiences of ASU Field Geology

Adams State University Dr. Robert Benson, professor of geology, leads a team of students on week-long field studies every year and will share their adventures and outcomes at the next Faculty Lecture, The Adams State University Field Geology Experience, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27, in McDaniel Hall room 101. Sweat, tears, desperation, panic and […]

Mars Habitat Project LOCATION changed

Due to the wind and rain forecast for the next two days, the Adams State University Mars Habitat Project will be on display inside the High Altitude Training Facility (the Bubble) located near Plachy Hall. The project will be open to the public from 2 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29 and from 9 […]