Hey grizzlies! Just a reminder you only have one more week to come to College Cuts and Colors in the SUB and enter the drawing to win a stocking full of candy and wonderful goodness! Also enter the drawing for the flat screen TV to be given away Dec. 15th! Thanks again for all support!
The Pen and Inkwell will be selling coffee and hot chocolate for $1 inside the West door of McDaniel hall, Monday – Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
There are also handmade bookmarks and the club’s first book “Writer’s Cafe” available.
Christian Challenge tonight 6:30-8:00 p.m. in Coronado Lobby! Free food, fellowship, and fun. Hope you can make it!
In observance of World AIDS Day on Thursday, December 1, a candlelight vigil will be held at 5:30 pm at the AIDS Memorial Quilt display in the SUB Mall Court. ASU’s own 68 West and a trio from the Mennonite Anabaptist Fellowship will offer musical selections. Model UN will provide a brief informational presentation. The vigil is held yearly in remembrance of those who died of AIDS and those living with it today. It is also a reminder about the importance of prevention, equitable access, and increased funding toward a cure.
The lady grizzlies kick off the regular season with hosting New Mexico Highlands University on December 2nd at 5:30 P.M. and Colorado State University-Pueblo December 3rd at 5:30 P.M.
Come out and support your lady grizzlies this weekend to help kick off the regular season and enjoy some great basketball!
**This will be the last planned maintenance night until after finals week and grades are turned in.
Beginning at 9:00 PM, Employee, lab and TEC Classroom PCs will receive critical security updates to Windows, Google Chrome, Firefox, Thunderbird, Flash and Acrobat Reader. Employees are encouraged to log off but leave their computers on when leaving work for the day. This will assist the installation of these patches and minimize any impact.
Also beginning at 9:00 PM, Computing Services will be installing updates on several back-end systems. Brief reboots will occur, but impact for our customers is expected to be minimal.
Computing Services thanks you for your patience and understanding as we perform these critical maintenance activities. As always, if you have any questions, please call the ASU Computing Services Helpdesk at 7741 or contact us via email at email@example.com
Have a great day!
SLV Special Olympics Basketball Expo
When: Sunday, December 4th
Where: Plachy Hall main gym
Special Olympians will showcase their skills during a scrimmage. A great way to spread awareness and it would be a wonderful and exciting experience for these Special Olympians to be able to perform in front of a packed crowd.
Meeting on December 2nd will be in the Art Building Main Lobby @ 12:00PM.
This is a reminder to students that in order to get paid before winter break, you will need to submit your November web time sheets by Friday, December 2nd. If this is not done, you will not be paid until after winter break for the month of November.
It’s that time again! Don’t want to go out into the cold for some food? Feeling snackish late at night? Well the Residence Hall Association is selling grilled cheese sandwiches again for you!
We will be in Girault lobby, Thursday December 1st from 8PM to 11PM
$1.00 for a regular sandwich and $1.50 with ham
You can place orders via Snapchat: @grizzliesrha or come to the Girault lobby!
This holiday season, Campus Recreation and Wellness would like to invite you to contribute to your wellness by exercising your heart and lifting someone up! La Puente, a non-profit organization that serves many here in the San Luis Valley through providing food, shelter and advocacy is having a Christmas gift drive. We are helping them to collect donations that will directly benefit families and children of the SLV during the Annual Outreach Community Holiday Party. Here is how you can participate:
1. Stop by one of the three Giving Tree locations:
-Rex Fitness & Wellness Center
-Richardson Hall Lobby
-Nursing Department (2nd Floor of Richardson Hall)
2. Pick out an ornament and purchase a give valued at $10
3. Bring your unwrapped gift to one of the following locations:
-Rex Fitness & Wellness Center
-La Puente Outreach Services: 929 State Ave.
4. Smile, give gratitude and thank yourself for giving because when you are generous to others you are being generous to yourself.
“The heart that gives, gathers.” -Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching
SACNAS is selling bowls of green chili, a drink, tortilla, and mini dessert for $5 in Porter Hall between 11:30am and 1pm. Thank you for your support!
Faculty, staff, and students interested in increasing their understanding of privilege are invited to join us tomorrow (Wednesday, Nov. 30) for the last CIELO Kindred Spirits Lunch of the semester from 12:00 – 1:00 in the SUB banquet rooms. Renee Beeton, Associate Professor of Chemistry, will lead a modified Privilege Walk with discussion to follow. As always, lunch is provided, just sign-in at the main entrance to La Mesa Dining Center, grab a tray, and bring your food back to the banquet rooms. If you are on the meal plan, you don’t need to sign in. If you have a class that runs until 12:15, you are still welcome to join us.
Adams State University’s Lifeways of the San Luis Valley will offer the final lecture of the Fall 2016 series. This lecture will feature Center resident, Mr. Anthony R. Lobato and will take place 6 p.m. Thursday, December 1, 2016, in McDaniel Hall, room 101.
Please join us for this lecture offering first-hand insight into the landmark case that put Colorado lawmakers on notice regarding the need for improvement of our public education system.
The lecture is a component of the Lifeways of the San Luis Valley Lecture Series, which celebrates the rich history and diversity of the San Luis Valley. The lecture series are made possible through ASU CIELO.
In observance of AIDS Awareness Week at ASU, three panels of the historic AIDS Memorial Quilt, including one from the San Luis Valley, will be on display in the Grizzly Mall Court of the Student Union Building. Visit the quilt panels on Tuesday, November 29 and Wednesday, November 30 between the hours of 10 am and 3 pm, and on Thursday, December 1 – World AIDS Day – from 10 am until the panels are retired following the annual AIDS Candlelight Vigil at 5:30 pm.
The AIDS Memorial Quilt comes out of the NAMES Project and began in San Francisco in 1987 during the AIDS pandemic. Friends and families who had lost a loved one were invited to create a panel in remembrance of that person’s life. The quilt continues to grow and weighs over 54 tons with over 48,000 panels representing more than 94,000 lives lost. It is the largest ongoing piece of folk art in the world and an official American treasure. The AIDS Memorial Quilt has been displayed in venues as large as the national mall in Washington DC, and in smaller locations one panel at a time to promote healing, awareness and action around HIV and AIDS. The campus and community are encouraged to visit the quilt panels and take part in the Vigil on Thursday.