Tickets are available for Adams State University Theatre’s production of The Diary of Anne Frank. Public performances are Sept. 23, 29, 30 @ 7:30 p.m. and Oct. 1 @ 2 p.m. Recommended for 12 and older. Call 587-TIXX (8499) for tickets. Free for AS&F.
Attend the Saturday, Sept. 23 performance and join us for “Hate Has No Home Here: A Candlelight Walk in Solidarity for a More Just & Inclusive Society.” We will walk from the Theatre building to the Japanese Gardens, share a few words, and conclude with a song sung by Victoria Ricci.
Date: September 22, 2017
Time: 10:00am- 3:00pm
Location: Student Union Building, First floor Ballrooms
Registration: FREE! Just show up!
Need a job or some extra cash to help get you through the academic year? Adams State University Career Services will be hosting their Annual Local Job & Internship Fair! Students who are looking for job opportunities that will be flexible with their class schedule are encouraged to attend!
The Local Job & Internship Fair is a great opportunity to network or gather more information about local jobs in the San Luis Valley area. A number of vendors have generously donated door prizes to be awarded to attendees. This event is free to all ASU Students and Alumni.
Tips! Bring your resume!- there will be resume workshops & review times the week before the event. Check out our website or email us for more info! career.adams.edu
Free Pregnancy Testing Monday, 9/18, in the Student Union Building Room 318. Sponsored by club ESRA.
Come to an interfaith informational meeting in the Student Life Center hosted by the Center for Spiritual Life on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st @ 12 NOON.
We will introduce what we are about, talk about our different events coming up , and how you can grow spiritually on campus.
There will be free pizza, of course!
You can RSVP by emailing your 900 number to: email@example.com
Geo Club will be selling items every Monday and Thursday in the Porter Hall Veranda.
‘Sweet Mondays’: 10am-2pm
– We have donuts, pastries, suckers, coffee, tea and other items! Start your Mondays off right and satisfy that sweet tooth!
‘Taco Thursdays’: 11:30am-1:30pm
– Who says Tuesdays are the only good days for Tacos? NOT US! Come satisfy those taco cravings during your lunch break!
The campus community is invited to the Common Reading Experience Committee’s panel on the common read this year, “Missoula”. The event is featuring a campus talk dealing with some of the issues from the Missoula case, including panelist: President McClure, Police Chief Andrew MacPherson, Ana Guevera from Title IX, Lis Tomlin from Counseling Services, and Diana Lee from Athletics.
The event begins at 6:30pm, in McDaniel Hall 101. Hope to see you there!
Come save a life!
There will be a blood drive today from 12:00 – 4:00 PM in the SUB (first floor banquet room). While it is too late to create an appointment, walk-in’s are more than welcome. Donation takes approximately 15-20 minutes, and snacks are provided afterwards. Please be sure to eat a good meal and drink plenty of water before donating!
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Victoria at firstname.lastname@example.org or (719) 580-7941.
An informative 45 minute webinar about how to protect local immigrant communities will take place at 6 p.m. Monday, September 18 in McD 301. Pizza will be provided.
Saturday, Sept. 16, is the 17th annual ASU Cares Day, during which Adams State gives back to the community. This year, more than 200 students, faculty, and staff will mobilize to complete 21 volunteer projects for non-profit and civic organizations across the San Luis Valley.
“Friday Facts” are presented to increase campus awareness of Adams State’s Great Story, in preparation for the upcoming site visit by the Higher Learning Commission, Nov. 13-15. The next campus forum to provide information on ASU’s Assurance Argument for continued accreditation will be held in McDaniel Hall 101 on Sept. 20 & 21. Email reminders will be sent.
Model United Nations will be hosting a car show on September 30, 2017! MUN is looking for clubs to set up booths and sell food and drinks at the car show. If interested or for more information please contact Dr. Centeno at email@example.com
Club F.C.S. has officially changed the club name to club Teleios (pronounced Tell – Ay – Ohs). This is a Greek word used in Colossians 1:28, which we feel accurately reflects the purpose of our club: “Jesus Christ we proclaim, warning everyone and teaching everyone with all wisdom, that we may present everyone mature (teleios) in Christ.”
If you have any questions about the Christian faith, or would like more information about our club, please join us tonight @ 7:00 pm over at Living Water Bible Fellowship! Snacks and drinks are provided. We would love to see you there!
Join us for a powerful evening as Barbara Steinmetz shares the gripping tale of her experience as a survivor of the Holocaust.
Her incredible story takes her family across the European continent as they try to stay one step ahead of the Nazi regime. After being denied entry into many countries, they end up as refugees in the Dominican Republic before immigrating to the United States.
Presented as part of Of Words and Walls: The Anne Frank Theatre Project at Adams State University. This project is made possible through the generous support of Leslie and Maury Lieberman.
Monday, Sept. 25 @ 7 p.m.
A Free Event – No Tickets Required
Join us tonight from 6:30-8pm in Coronado lobby for a Free meal followed by a discussion on going From Infancy to Maturity in Faith. And don’t forget we are collecting items for a HURRICANE HARVEY relief effort. See our facebook page: faceboo.com/asujesus for a list of what to donate, and you can bring items tonight or drop them off at our Harvey Relief bucket at One Stop Student Services in the S.U.B.
Ladies and Gentlemen get ready to have your taste buds blown out of this world!!!
For this week’s FOOD FIX FRIDAY we are featuring Grilled Jerk Chicken Over Rice…
Cooked by C.A.S.A STUDENT MARTIN WOLFFE.
Come by this Friday Sept. 15, 2017 from Noon to 1:00 PM
Everyone is welcome to join us! Friday, September 15th at 2:30 p.m. at East Campus room 107
for The HPPE Graduate Thesis Proposal Presentation: Investigating the Effects of a Supervised, Progressive Eight-Week Physical Activity Program on Cancer Survivors’ Health, Fitness and Quality of Life
By Danielle P. Smith