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Monday 1/23/17 5-6PM Student Life Center
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Monday, January 23rd, 2017
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If you are an Extended Studies student, contact Lisa Strobeck at 719-587-8103 for assistance.
If there are questions contact Student Business Services at 719-587-7728.
The San Luis Valley Women’s March begins at noon Saturday at Highway 160 and Richardson Ave. After marching together, there will be speakers and refreshments in McD 101. If you are traveling to Denver for the Denver Women’s March, SLV Women will march under the same banner, so keep an eye out there.
Hey Grizzlies its drawing time again! If you come in between now and Valentines Day you can enter a drawing for a $40 gift certificate to the Brewery! Take your honey out for a nice dinner on me! Also don’t forget, you get$10 off your color till Valentines! Thanks again for all your support!
Art League will have its first meeting for this semester on Friday January 27th at noon @ C.A.S.A. Center. We will discuss future plans and art sessions for the semester. We hope to see you there!
If you’re interested in applying to Law School after you graduate, come to the HAPPSS monthly departmental meeting Friday, January 27th at noon in MCD 381. Student Body President Patrick Cleary will be discussing the application process, and as always, there will be free pizza.
There is a work study position open in the HAPPSS Department. Must be familiar with Excel and works well with numbers/budgets. Position will be responsible working with the HAPPSS, Psychology, and Sociology Departments. Please contact Eileen Tilton in MCD 346 for an interview.
There is no Plachy open gym tonight Thursday the 19th.
Friday the 20th we will have no hot water while facilities fixes a pipe.
Sorry for any inconveniences this may cause.
The campus ministry room in the Student Life Center is open on Thursday afternoons at 5:30 for anyone who would like to join others for a short period of meditation, usually about 20 minutes. All are welcome, we are a friendly and inclusive space. If you need more info call 587-7516 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us tonight (1/19/17) and every Thursday night this Semester, in Coronado Lobby from 6:30-8pm for a free meal, time to hang out, and discussion on topics of faith and scripture. Tonight we will be having Chili and talking about fruitful faith. Everyone is welcome!
Next Saturday Jan. 28th ASAP will be taking their annual ice climbing trip to North Clear Creek Canyon. If you have an interest in going stop by the Rex during ASAP hours (12-7) and Sign up. $10 for members and first year students, $25 for nonmembers, all ice climbing gear included, and lunch provided.
The Colorado Experience Road Tour allows the audience to explore the people, places, and events that have shaped Colorado. The presentation of the films will be made by the Colorado Office of Film, Television, and Media and Rocky Mountain PBS. The event is hosted by ASU Theatre and ASU Community Partnerships
The screening is Thursday, January 19, 2017 at 6pm in Main Stage Theatre located in the ASU Theatre Building. The event is free to the public, so come and experience Colorado!
Adams State University Departments of Theatre, Music, Art, and the ASU LGBTQ+ Affinity Group invite you to join us for the initiation of The Ghostlight Project on Thursday, January 19 at 5:30 p.m. in the Xperimental Theatre located on the north end of the Adams State University Theatre building
On January 19 in each time zone across the country, members of the theatre community from Broadway to regional theatres to high schools and colleges and community theatres will come together to launch The Ghostlight Project.
Inspired by the tradition of leaving a “ghost light” on in a darkened theatre, artists and communities will make or renew a pledge to stand for and protect the values of inclusion, participation, and compassion for everyone regardless of race, class, religion, country of origin, immigration status, (dis)ability, gender identity, or sexual orientation.
The coordinators of the national endeavor state, “January 19th is a moment of gathering within a larger resistance to intolerance at all levels. We aim to create brave spaces that will serve as lights in the coming years. We aim to activate a network of people across the country working to support vulnerable communities. This is not a substitution for protests or direct action, but rather a pledge for continued vigilance and increased advocacy.”
The Ghostlight Project defines “a brave space” as a space where:
● It is safe to be who you are, regardless of race, class, religion, country of origin, immigration
status, (dis)ability, gender identity, or sexual orientation.
● Diverse opinions, dissent, and argument are not only tolerated, but invited.
● Active listening and courageous exchange are fundamental values.
● Collective action, activism, and community engagement, both within and outside the walls of
the theater, are cultivated, encouraged, and supported.
“Theatre, Music, and the LGBTQ+ Affinity group have chosen to participate in this national project because it expresses the beliefs and values that define the work we do on our campus. It is not just the work of a particular moment, but part of ongoing effort to create a more just and inclusive society,” said Dr. John Taylor, professor of theatre.
The event will last approximately 30 minutes and will include performances by the Music and Theatre departments.
The Ghostlight Project is free and open to the public. Lobby doors will open at 5 p.m. and the event will begin at 5:30 p.m.
For more information, please contact Dr. John Taylor at 719-587-7382 or email him at email@example.com.
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The Career Services Graduate Assistant is 20 hour a week position that reports directly to the Assistant Director of Civic Engagement and Career Services. The GA position supports the Assistant Director in the planning and execution of major Career Service programs including the Local Job Fair & Spring Career Fair. The Graduate Assistant will also advise individual students on career exploration, resume and cover letter development, job searching and interview skills.
This assistantship offers a stipend of $2500 per semester and a tuition waiver of 1/2 of in-state tuition for up to 12 hours per semester. (Receiving a GA position does not qualify the student for in-state tuition if he/she is classified as a non-resident)
If interested, please contact Kay Lewis : firstname.lastname@example.org or 719-587-8300