Diversity and Inclusiveness at Adams State University
“I never write about the idea I start with, I let it take me where it wants to go and then I cut back to truest idea,” Abeyta said.
Everyone joined in on the fun of spreading the fluffy and sticky masa on the corn husk, and then filling them with many different options laid out in front of them.
Students gathered in the library Tuesday evening to discuss the book and discussed such themes as personal responsibility, the influence of one's environment, the value of education, and destiny.
Adams State’s 2014 freshman class is its most diverse yet.
The STEM grant will help train new teachers for elementary and middle schools in 15 rural Colorado school districts.