Adams State News - November 2015

Final 2015 Lifeways Lecture will address immigration

The premise of Waddell’s lecture will be an analysis and comparison of immigration trends. Continue Reading…

ASU Wind Ensemble Concert is December 1

“We have some exciting standards to help ring in the holiday session and a special treat at the end for our last piece,” said Dr. Angela Winter, band director. Continue Reading…

Adams State police arrest suspects on drug related charges

Adams State University police arrested two men on drug related charges on Friday, November 20. Continue Reading…

Adams State will recognize World AIDS Day

Organized with a student demographic in mind, events will focus on the current status of this disease regarding risk factors, treatment and prevention. Continue Reading…

Adams State HPPE professors offer expertise

"...In particular, we can share information about topics related to sport, exercise, fitness, and wellness,” Schell said. Continue Reading…

Adams State announces Guaranteed Tuition

"This shows we are committed to making education affordable and assuring students graduate with less debt." Continue Reading…

Standing Strong: A Movement Not a Moment

Adams State students, faculty, and staff mark what makes them stand strong. Continue Reading…

Navajo Walkers bring awareness to Adams State

The Navajo Walkers are currently on a 1200 mile journey through the states of New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado visiting their four sacred mountains. Continue Reading…

Celebrate the season with the Adams State Celtic Christmas concert

Come and enjoy traditional holiday classics - alongside whirling jigs and reels, all with a Celtic flair. Continue Reading…

Tickets for Snow Queen go on sale November 20

In the story, a little girl, Gerda, sets out on an epic quest to save her best friend, Kai, from the evil Snow Queen. Continue Reading…

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