Campus Announcements

ASU Poker Club

Thursday night at 7 pm sign up begins for poker club. We start playing at 7:30pm. Everyone is welcome students, faculty members and community members.

CSCPA presentation cancelled

Due to weather conditions, the Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants presentation schedule for today (March 4th) has been cancelled. It will be rescheduled at a later date.

Grizz Cru Burrito Sale

Grizz Cru presents Breakfast Burrito Fundraiser for Adams State Annual Backyard Bash Extravaganza. Come fill your early morning crave and grab a Breakfast Burrito stuffed with choices of Bacon, Sausage or Veggies. You can pick them up from The Japanese Garden outside McDaniel Hall, East Campus, or at the Rock between Coronado and the SUB. Burritos will be $3 for one or $5 for two. Grizz Cru will be selling these March 5,6,12, and 13th

Interested in a position for the summer?

Upward Bound (UB) and Student Support Services (SSS) will be hosting four presentations on March 5 & 6 in Room 2-400 of Richardson Hall at 1:00 & 2:30 P.M. on Thursday, March 5, and at 10:00 A.M. and 1:00 P.M., Friday March 6, if you are interested, please attend one.  We will be discussing the 5-week summer UB program and the 3-week SSS program.  All applicants must view the presentation to be considered.

The position runs May 31, 2015 through July 3, 2015 for UB and July 11, 2015 through August 1, 2015 and includes free room and board, entrance fees for all activities and field trips.

February Web Time Sheets

Remember! Students must submit their Web Time Sheets to their supervisors by today (Tuesday).

#paintitpurple #asugrizzlies #makeithappen

Don’t forget when you’re attending all the wonderful events for women’s week and post on social media to add:
‪#‎makeithappen‬ ‪#‎paintitpurple‬ ‪#‎asugrizzlies‬
to all your pictures and posts!
This Friday kicks off the week with Tres Vidas performance (Richardson Auditorium 6:30pm) and Saturday we celebrate International Women’s Day (porter Hall 10am-4pm)!

Tickets Now on Sale for Allen and Martin Comedy One-Acts

Tickets are now on sale for COMEDY GIANTS ‘N’ SMART ASSERY featuring “Central Park West” by Woody Allen and “Wasp” by Steve Martin. The comedy one-acts, directed ASU senior Theatre majors David Boncyk and Jake Webb, are in performance March 10 – 14 in the Xperimental Theatre. Call 587-TIXX (8499) for tickets.

March billing statements are now available online

March billing invoices are now available online to view and make payment. Please log into your electronic invoice at www.adams.edu/onestop. If you have any questions regarding your invoice please stop by the One Stop Cashier located in the Student Union Bldg., email studentbusiness@adams.edu or call 719-587-7728.

Empower U Wednesday Walking at Noon

ASU staff participating in Empower U health and wellness activities will lead walks Wednesday at noon throughout the spring semester. Meet at the Grizzly statue in front of the Rex Activity Center at noon each Wednesday for a 40-50 minute walk along the river and through surrounding neighborhoods. Take a break and enjoy some fresh air! Colleagues, friends, family…all are welcome!
More info. on ASU’s Empower U activities is available at blogs.adams.edu/empoweru/

C’mon, It’s Friday

C’mon, it’s Friday. It’s 2:00pm. Are you going to start an ambitious new project, or are you gonna head over to the library for Tunes@2? You know the answer!

Join us this Friday, March 6, 2:00pm on the second floor of Nielsen Library for a casual vocal and piano performance by Adams State student David Webb. He’ll be sharing a full set of his original pieces with us. Settle back in a comfy chair, grab a coffee at the library’s K2 Coffee Cart, and start your weekend off right – with good music, good coffee, and good company.

Tunes@2 happens every first Friday. Next up: Nolan Smith on April 3.

Skype interview with Missouri State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal

The Adams State University Common Reading Experience Committee has arranged a Skype interview with Missouri State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal at 7 p.m. Monday, March 2, in McDaniel Hall room 101. The event is free and open to the public. Note – the time has been changed from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

A democrat, Chappelle-Nadal represents District 14, which includes Ferguson, Missouri. Since the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson on August 9, 2014, Chappelle-Nadal has led her constituents in peaceful demonstrations and has been outspoken against institutional racism in the St. Louis police force and broader Missouri state government. Much of her energy has been devoted to mobilizing the young citizen of Ferguson, calling them to action for positive change. The Senator has proposed legislation to examine policies related to deadly police force following multiple officer-involved deaths of African-American citizens.

Co-sponsors of the event include the Adams State Student Life & Leadership Multicultural Center, Black Student Union, CIELO, English, Theatre, and Communications Department, and the History, Anthropology, Philosophy, Political Science, and Spanish Department.

The event is in conjunction with the Adams State 2014-2015 common reading selection, The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates.

Reception will be held at ASU C.A.S.A. Center following. Refreshments will be provided

Lifeways Lecture Series Features – “Images of America – San Luis”

Adams State University will host a lecture and book signing by local author, Dana Maestas from 6 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Thursday, March 5th, in Porter Hall, room 130. Maestas’ book, “Images of America – San Luis” is part of the “Images of America,” series offered by Arcardia Publishing. It is a pictorial history book featuring more than 200 historical images obtained from a wide array of sources and is a special tribute to Colorado’s oldest town, San Luis.
Dana Maestas received her BA in Communications and Marketing from the University of Colorado. She is a sixth-generation San Luis Valley native and is a board member of the Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area. Her writings have been included in several publications and local newspapers. Her current projects include collaboration with a local artist on a children’s book on San Luis and an oral history project documenting the history of Hispanics in Southern Colorado.
Please plan to attend this lecture and book signing offering insight into our local history. The lecture is a special addition to the Lifeways of the San Luis Valley lecture series, which profiles and celebrates the rich history and diversity of this beautiful Valley. It is free and open to the public, as well as, all ASU students, faculty, and staff. Parking is located on both sides of Edgemont Boulevard and in the parking lot west of Porter Hall. Adams State parking lots do not require permits after 5 p.m.

Curt Howell kicks off the Nielsen Library’s “Earth, Water, and Sky” series this Wednesday @6 pm

Earth, Water, and Sky:
Conversations on the Great Outdoors — San Luis Valley and Beyond

Wed, Mar 4: Curt Howell: Earth, Water, and Sky: A Call and Response

What is it about John Muir’s words “The mountains are calling and I must go . . .” that for some, is a summons, awakening powerful emotions and often a desire for solitude? Do we understand why and to what purpose he penned these words? Included in this eight week series of talks is a love story, a recounting of a young man’s inward and outward pilgrimage, insight into the art and zen of fly fishing, and stories of human interaction with and within the San Luis Valley, just to name a few. Curt Howell’s A Call and Response will point to a subtle theme connecting each. Through these talks, conversations, and presentations we are invited to stand with others in relation to something unique and wholly other, yet approachable. As each person shares, we are invited to share in their lived reality. And when we respond to the call, we live life.

All “Earth, Water, and Sky” events are from 6-7:30 pm, take place in the library’s second floor lounge, and are free and open to the public. Refreshments provided.

Tres Vidas Friday March 6th!

Tres Vidas, the lives of three extraordinary women: Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, Salvadoran peasant Ruffina Amaya, and Argentinean poet Alfonsina Storni, will be performed by the CORE ENSEMBLE this Friday March 6th at 6:30pm at Richardson Auditorium.
Free admission to all students, staff, faculty and community members.
Donations are appreciated.

Brought to you by Women’s Studies Department, HAPPSS, Title V, and ASU Model United Nations.

International Women’s Day Celebration

International Women’s Day will be celebrated from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m this Saturday, March 7, in Porter Hall. The day will include yoga, presentations by students, artwork, entertainment, a demonstration by the Fiber Floozies and Adams State clubs will have food and drinks for sale.