Adams State News - September 2014

Luna Itzel will perform Mexican folk music in Leon Memorial Hall

According to lunaitzel.com, Itzel has the most beautiful and expressive voice on Mexico’s contemporary music scene. Continue Reading…

Adams State Exceptional New Alumnus serves others through medicine

The dinner begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Student Union Building first floor banquet rooms. Tickets are $25 per person and may be reserved by calling 719-587-7609. Continue Reading…

Schilling’s drawings included in international art show

The show was first exhibited at the Elysium Gallery in Swansea Wales early this summer. Continue Reading…

First Faculty Lecture of fall is September 17

All of the images in Plascencia’s work talk of the duality – and sometimes conflict – between domesticity and utilitarianism, personal and communal, self and society. Continue Reading…

Valley Community Chorus rehearsals begin September 30

Valley Community Chorus is open to all adults in the San Luis Valley including high school students, in ninth through twelfth grades. Continue Reading…

Vertical Mind book reception is September 17

“The feedback has been really gratifying; readers have told us it applies to any sport and life in general.” Continue Reading…

Potential partnerships could create more options for students

"I want to make sure this discussion of partnerships moves forward, because this could benefit both institutions." Continue Reading…

Learn more about the last Colorado Grizzly Bear attack on Ed Wiseman

"...He tried curling up and playing dead, but when that did not deter the bear, he stabbed it with a hand-held arrow, mortally wounding it.” Continue Reading…

Classical Music Concert Series begins with tenor Adam Klein

“This is the start of a continuing classical music concert series collaboration with a community of music lovers from around the SLV,” said Dr. Tracy Doyle, ASU Music Department chair. Continue Reading…

Elliott will visit Adams State for a free workshop on prejudice

Elliott was a third-grade schoolteacher when she created the famous "blue-eyed/brown-eyed" exercise, which later became the basis for her career in diversity training. Continue Reading…

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