Adams State News - April 2017

Adams State percussion concert to feature violinist Chloe Trevor

Internationally recognized violinist Chloe Trevor will solo in the concert "Xochiquetzal: Percussion Works of Goddesses, Earth, Skies, and Souls," Monday, May 1, at 7 p.m. in Richardson Hall Aud. Continue Reading…

Good Kids will spark dialogue on difficult subjects

“Join us to continue the conversation started in the play with members of the cast, the director, and representatives from Counseling Services,” Neilsen said. Continue Reading…

Support music students at spring fundraiser

“I’m certain there is something for everyone at this concert and the students have worked very hard,” Doyle said. “We prepared far more music than we can present in one evening.” Continue Reading…

Educators chosen for Adams State Hall of Fame

Pursuing a career in education means dedication and commitment to improving the lives of others. Continue Reading…

ASU Spring Wellness Week begins April 22

The Adams State University Department of Campus Recreation and Wellness in collaboration with La Puente’s Hunger Education Week has planned activities for the semi-annual Wellness Week. Continue Reading…

Tickets for Good Kids go on sale April 20

"...It is a quick paced show and speaks to a generation of Snapchat, Instagram, and YouTube users.” Continue Reading…

Climate awareness march and presentation is April 29

From there, participants will walk in symbolic solidarity with people in other communities across the United States to spread awareness of our changing climate and the need to protect our environment. Continue Reading…

Adams State hosted the annual undergraduate sociology conference

On Saturday, April 8, students from the three schools presented their original research. Continue Reading…

Bruyére is keynote for EARTH Week

Bruyère leads the NCAR-based systems development effort for the Engineering for Climate Extremes. She plays a key role in the development of the Global Risk and Resilience Toolbox. Continue Reading…

ASU Community Partnerships completes USDA project

Adams State University Community Partnerships successfully completed a project funded by the USDA Office of Advocacy and Outreach, resulting in submission of ten proposals from the San Luis Valley. Continue Reading…

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