Campus Announcements

RHA Finals Week Study-Breaker

It’s that time of year again!
Do you need a break from cramming in hours of studying?
Need to let off some steam in the library?

The Residence Hall Association is holding a stress-free study break on the first floor of the Neilsen Library!
There will be video games, board games, food, and a chance to win a prize from our hourly raffle!
When: On December 14th from 6PM-11PM
Where: First Floor of Neilsen Library (Follow the signs!)

We hope to see everyone there and wish you good luck on your Finals!!!


Be on the look out for donation boxes on campus, located in the Art building, Richardson Hall and the SUB (Student Union Building). Please give anything you can. This can be clothes, food, toys, money etc. The boxes will be collected on Tuesday of finals week. Thank you and Happy Holidays from Art League!

Mindfulness Meditation Thursday!

Take a 20-minute break from hectic rushing and studying, and allow yourself some quiet time to breathe and be still. Campus ministry is holding two, back-to-back, 20-minute meditation sessions this Thursday and next at 5:30 pm and at 6:00 pm respectively. Find us inside the Student Life Center to hit “pause” and refocus. We are a friendly, safe space and welcome all.

Gloves for Children at LaPuente

The Counselor Education Department Christmas tree this year is decorated with pairs of children’s gloves or mittens rather than an ornament. We invite the campus community to join in the fun! If you would like to participate, please stop by our office in McDaniel Hall room 143 and ask for Nate or Cheryl. Our collection is to be delivered to La Puente on December 19th.
Happy Holidays!
Counselor Education

Writing Studio library hours

The Writing Studio will be open during finals week. In McDaniel Hall, our hours will be
Mon. & Wed: 9 am-2 pm
Tues. & Thurs: 10 am-2 pm.
Closed Friday.

At Nielsen Library (2nd floor)
Mon., Weds. and Thursday, 5-8.


Come join us in the Loft this evening (Thursday) from 5-7. We will be decorating gingerbread houses and cookies as a great de-stresser before finals. See you this evening!

Study Sessions for Finals

Come visit GTLC’s study sessions during finals week! Even if you only have one last question or are just getting started, our tutors are there to help you!

Visit to get an up-to-date schedule and location of sessions. Click the “agenda” view to see all the listed sessions coming up.

P.S.: We will have snacks and a small survival kit for finals week!

Good luck Grizzlies!!!

Last Christian Challenge of the semester

Hey everyone, we are having our last Thursday night Christian Challenge gathering for this semester tonight (Thursday Dec. 8th) in Coronado Hall lobby from 6:30-8pm. There will be FREE Pizza, desserts, a game, and a discussion on growing closer to God during break.

Work Study Job Opening: Loft & Student Life

Are you looking for a work study position next semester? Apply to be a Loft Attendant/Student Life Assistant. Our application will be open through tomorrow (Friday)- so apply today! In addition to applying through the link below, you must submit a resume and cover letter to

This position within Student Life is a dual position which includes working in both, The Loft, a game and entertainment space, as well as serving in an assistant role within the office of Student Life and Leadership. Attendant will monitor the operation of The Loft. This will include preparing and selling food and beverage items, operating a cash register and being responsible for money, managing game rentals, programming small weekly events, doing some light cleaning, and monitoring Loft activities in general. The capacity of Student Life Assistant includes errands across campus, answering phones, emails, reservations, and assisting various SL&L projects. SL&L also focuses on building leadership and job skills with all staff members.

The application can be found at:


Paws and Relax is back for not one but TWO nights this December! During finals week, come mingle with your favorite furry friends. Hang out with Dizzy, Mosa, Selma, Kafka, Molly, Kaiser, and more!

Where: Nielsen Library, first floor
When: Dec. 12 and Dec.13 (Mon and Tues), from 6-7pm on both nights
Why: Stress Relief and a Study Break!

Paws and Relax is sponsored by the ASU Counseling Center, SWAG, and the Nielsen Library


Got talent?
Every Saturday home basketball games during the halftime we will have a talent show named the Gong Show. You must first participate in women’s halftime to move on to the next round.
It can be any talent, has to be PG-13 and you must be on time. For more information email GONGSHOW@ADAMS.EDU. The next game is Tuesday December 13th at 5:30pm.

COCO Grams 12/7

COCO GRAMS GIVEAWAY!!! Stop by MCSG’s table in the S.U.B.  to get your very own coco gram before finals! Beat the cold weather! Today from 10-1pm!

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Need a place to study during finals?

Are you having a hard time trying to find a quiet place to study? Is your roommate being too loud? Come on over to the Center of Inclusivity room in the Student Life Center, located in the S.U.B.  The Multi-Cultural Student Governance is providing a quiet space for students to study as well as FREE snacks! Stop by anytime during finals week, we will be open from 8am-5pm Monday-Friday. 🙂

More information, email us at:

A Reading of Seniors’ Creative Writing Projects

Join us this Thursday, December 8th, at 7 pm in the Cooper Room on the third floor of the Nielsen Library. Graduating writers Izzy Schneider and Nicholas Harlan will read selections of their senior writing projects. These two will be joined by local writers reading from their work, too. These writers include instructors / professors Peter Anderson, Carol Guerrero-Murphy, Michelle LeBlanc, and Chris Gilmer. Light refreshments will be served.

Driver Position

Are you going to need a job for spring semester? Upward Bound has an opening for a driver to transport high school students to and from their instructional sessions on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Must have a valid driver’s license. The university provides the vehicles to transport the students. If interested, come see us at Richardson Hall, Room 2-400 or give us a call at 587-7865.