ASC News - July 2010

"The Examined Life" art exhibit looking for artists

Artwork with a "examined life" theme will be accepted from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, August 26 and 27, in the Adams State College Community Partnerships Building, located on the corner of Main St. and Edgemont Blvd. Please include an artist statement when leaving the artwork. The non-juried show will accept 3-D or 2-D pieces; 2-D pieces must be matted or framed. Continue Reading…

Volunteer leaves with lasting impression

A dedicated employee is always a great find and one who works for free -- priceless. Mary Jo Martin's cheery disposition and willingness to tackle any project has made her invaluable to Adams State College Community Partnerships. Her last day on campus is Monday, August 2. Continue Reading…

History of fur trade talk and open house at ASC

Dr. Eric Jay Dolin will present an illustrated talk and sign copies of his new book Fur, Fortune, and Empire: the Epic History of the Fur Trade in America at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 16, in Adams State Col Continue Reading…

ASC Community Partnerships hosts annual Recycled Exhibit

The third annual Adams State College Community Partnerships "Recycled Arts and Crafts Exhibit" opens August 3 through Continue Reading…

Photo by Linda Relyea

As Real as They Get

There is nothing superficial or insincere about Dianne "Di" Machado. Her easy going manner and friendly attitude coupled Continue Reading…

ASC hosts chile and salsa cook-off

The Adams State College Autumn@Adams third annual chile cook-off is September 13. This year, submit either your green and/or red chile and/or salsa. Pictured, the popular event drew a large crowd, last year. Continue Reading…

Novela Project Institute reaches out to education professionals

The Novela Project Institute recently conducted a professional development course for teachers through Adams State Continue Reading…

LeRoy Salazar returns to ASC Trustees

After a brief hiaitus, LeRoy Salazar was reappointed this spring to a new term on the Adams State Board of Trustees. Continue Reading…

ASC professors and teachers explore the past

Adams State College History Professors Rich Loosbrock and Ed Crowther recently completed another summer of educational Continue Reading…

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