ASU News - April 2014

Adams State cyclist competes in nationals

"Brian is ranked first in the nation in the criterium event," noted Cycling Coach Marshal Hartley. Continue Reading…

“The Outsiders” is a timeless tale for all

My 11-year-old son said he liked that Ponyboy was “brave and stood up for his friends, the Greasers.” Continue Reading…

Nursing Advisory Committee honors Dr. Margery Herrington

The group bestowed the title "Honorary Registered Nurse" on Herrington, who has provided 17 years of student advising and academic guidance to the nursing department. Continue Reading…

Alumna Mullens will address spring graduates

Mullens will speak on "Great Stories: Right Here, Right Now". Continue Reading…

ASU Art Galleries host graduating art students artwork

“Some people may think those who make art are crazy in thinking they could make an impact on a single mind’s eye,” said the artists. Continue Reading…

ASU presents an evening of performance art

Featuring performances by art, music, and theatre students, audiences should expect entertainment that is engaging, controversial, whimsical, personal, political, and more Continue Reading…

PBL students will attend national competition

The Adams State University Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) students received many awards at the Colorado State Leadership Conference and will attend the 2014 National Leadership Conference in June. Continue Reading…

Keitges’ final Faculty Recital is May 8

The program includes Dvorak's Gypsy Songs, several Debussy songs, a Haydn aria and songs of a lighter nature. Continue Reading…

Alternative Radio host, Barsamian will speak on the Adams State campus

The first program manager at KRZA, Alamosa’s public radio station, and current host of Alternative Radio, David Barsamian is the final presenter of the “Lifeways of the San Luis Valley." Continue Reading…

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