Campus Announcements

13 REASONS WHY…Conversation & Support May 1st!!

13 Reasons Why…Conversation & Support!
Everyone is talking about this dramatic and in-your-face series that includes themes of suicide, sexual violence, bullying, and depression. Join us for a conversation about this emotionally charged show and how to handle the thoughts and emotions it brings up in a healthy way. Please join us at 6PM on May 1st in the the Xperimental Theatre. Sponsored by the ASU Counseling Center, the ASU Theater department, and SWAG/PHITE club. Counselors will be present and available at the discussion.

FREE LUNCH @ CASA ! Today (Fri 4/28)

Head over to CASA House at NOON today, Friday 4/28 for the opportunity to learn how to easily make some healthy Crepes, Pizzas and Energy Balls! You will not regret it, Dave Gordon and Donna Mabry have prepped some awesome ingredients!

We will also be shuttling students from CASA to the Alamosa Food Bank for your chance to receive a $10 Gift Card to City Market! Vans leave at: 1pm, 1:45pm & 2:30pm.

Massage at Plachy: Cancelled

I deeply apologize for Chair Massages being cancelled every single day this week and for being cancelled again today. I wish I had more information for you, if you have any questions, please contact me directly at:
Happy Friday and Thanks to all who helped in participated in such an awesome week!
Jessica Chacon
Coordinator, FitWELL

Thesis Defense

Miranda McWilliams will be presenting her Thesis Defense in East Campus 202 at 3:30 on May 2nd. The presentation is entitled “Exploring psycho-emotional response to athletic injury, rehabilitation, and readiness to return in NCAA Division II collegiate athletes.”

National Center for Atmospheric Research Scientist to Speak Tomorrow

Dr. Cindy Bruyere, Research Scientist for NCAR, will speak at Carson Auditorium on Saturday, April 29, regarding risk analysis related to Climate Change. Also presenting will be Leslie Glustrom from Clean Energy Action. The presentations will follow a Climate Awareness March starting at noon on the campus green. Please join us for this informative event. Thanks to Sodexo and SLV Ecosystems Council for sponsoring the visiting speakers.

Banner PROD Maintenance this Saturday, 4/29/17

***Banner PROD down for Maintenance this Saturday, 4/29/17***

The Production Banner Database will be down until roughly noon as we install critical Oracle PSU updates. During this time, ALL Production Banner services will be unavailable.

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

Have a great day!

FREE pizza at Christian Challenge tonight

Join us in Coronado lobby tonight (4/27/17) at 6:30pm for FREE pizza followed by a discussion on how a love for God transforms our heart for others. Everyone welcome!

Thesis Defense

Matt Flattery will be presenting his Thesis Defense in East Campus 202 at 4:30 on May 2nd. The presentation is entitled “Acute Effects of Moist Heat and Foam Rolling on Hamstrings Range of Motion in NCAA Division II Female Lacrosse Athletes”.

Student Composers Concert

Please join us for the Adams State Student Composers Concert, featuring world premieres of works by student composers Lais Harmsen, Jon Moffat, Brandi Quinn, and Miranda Johnson. In addition to chamber music by these composers, their film score projects from the Music Recording Techniques class will be presented. The concert is in Leon Recital Hall on Friday 4/28 at 7pm and admission is free.

New Faculty Lecture Series Event May 3rd!

Please join us for our next Faculty Lecture Series event. Dr. Stephanie Hilwig, Professor of Sociology, will be presenting his lecture entitled “Our Rape Culture: How We All Help Create It”. The lecture will be held on Wednesday, May 3rd in McDaniel Hall room 101 at 7 pm. Light refreshments will be provided.

Dream Workshop for Students on Thurs. 3 pm

Find out how your dreams can be used to guide your life. Cindy Medina uses her training in Jungian psychology and her own experience, which resulted in her recent book, “The Black Madonna,” along with her long-time facilitation with a women’s dream group, to teach the process she uses. This is a student-focused workshop. Students are invited to the Student Life Center at 3 pm on Thursday, April 27. All students are welcome. This is a Wellness Week event sponsored by the Center for Religious and Spiritual Life (formerly United Campus Ministry).

Clothing Swap Thursday 4/27

How about a little Emotional Wellness?
Purge your room and closet of all those things you do not want to lug with you over the summer!
We will provide you with the opportunity to do a clothing swap in the SUB Mall Court Thursday 4/27 from 11-2pm. Give, Take, Trade!
Come check it out!

CEC employees don’t forget to VOTE

There are 4 opening on the CEC council and voting is going on.

Cast your vote at:

or paper ballot will be available at the meeting.

Wellness Week Wedneday Activities – Denim Day

Denim Day is a movement of men and women raising awareness about sexual assault to promote safety, justice, and healing for survivors while working toward the elimination of sexual violence. Wear denim.

Paws and Relax Dog Therapy
1:30 p.m. until 2:30 p.m.
Nielsen Library first floor

Ultimate Frisbee
4 p.m. until 6 p.m.
Open play
North Campus Green

Self-Compassion Workshop
6 p.m. until 7 p.m.
$8-$11 suggested donation
Body Tune-Up
420 State Ave., Alamosa, Colo.

Emotional Freedom Techniques Workshop
7 p.m. until 8 p.m.
Learn how to quickly and easily lower your stress level, eliminate test anxiety, and let go of upsetting memories from the past. This evidence based mind-body technique is easy to learn and apply in your life. Come experience it for yourself.
$8-$11 suggested donation
Body Tune-Up
420 State Ave., Alamosa, Colo.

Summer Econ!!!

Econ 201
Econ 255
Econ 256
May 15 – June 2, 2017

Let’s get it done!