Adams State News - October 2015

ASU Choir Concert recognizes anniversary of Lincoln’s assassination

In addition, the choirs will be performing early American hymns, folk songs and spirituals, as well as works based on texts by the Civil War poet, Walt Whitman. Continue Reading…

Fill the Truck Food Drive begins November 2

A vintage truck will be parked on the ASU campus, at the turn-off on First Street, near the Ole Mose sculpture. Continue Reading…

Reauthorize and reinvigorate Higher Education Act on its 50th anniversary

The Higher Education Act is past due for another reauthorization, one that must reinvigorate the Pell Grant, which helps the neediest students improve their lives through higher education. Continue Reading…

Still time to enter the Adams State Chile Cook-Off and Craft Fair

If sampling the chile happens to be your thing, voting by the public is from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Continue Reading…

Astounding Approximations spaces available

Students will do fun activities where they will figure out how to win a guessing contest, mathematical tricks to try to get more allowance money from parents, and more. Continue Reading…

Madrigal participates in national academic quiz show

“I received a gigantic study guide, the Latino Studies Encyclopedia,” Madrigal said. Continue Reading…

Cuba is subject of next ASU Faculty Lecture

“In this talk I reflect on the lessons we can learn from Cuba’s isolation from the outside world,” Waddell said. Continue Reading…

Lifeways lecture will feature Martin Luther King Jr. sermon

King traveled the world giving speeches and meeting with influential people as a part of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in hopes of gaining equality. Continue Reading…

El Pomar will receive the ASU Willis Fassett Jr. Award

“I cannot express how grateful I am to receive this honor. It is outstanding people, as those in El Pomar Foundation, that help make student’s dreams and goals a reality.” Continue Reading…

Adams State Haunted House will attract screams

Navigate your way through heart pounding terror in the former nuclear bomb shelter, the Art Building. Continue Reading…

ASU Wellness Week begins November 2

The Adams State University Rex Fitness and Wellness Center will host a week-long series of events celebrating health and wellness. Continue Reading…

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