By Jesse Medina Dr. Brent King gave a faculty lecture to a large crowd at Porter Hall on Wednesday, November 11th. The topic of the lecture was social psychology, more specifically gender communication and sexual harassment. The lecture began with Dr. King giving the disclaimer: “Much of what we talk of are trends. Not all […]
Posts from ‘November, 2009’
By Cody Schuman On November 6, former Adams State College president, Dr. John Marvel and his wife, Francis, received the 2009 Willis Fassett Jr. Award. The award marks as the latest in many accolades for one of the college’s most influential people. Dr. Marvel strived for excellence through nearly half a century of devoted work […]
James Williams South Coloradan The Adams State Grizzlies women’s basketball team gave the Air Force Academy Falcons everything they could handle on their home court but ultimately fell short at the end, dropping the opening campaign of the 2009-2010 season by a final score of 65-59 on Tuesday night at Clune Arena.
By Cody Schuman This Tuesday the Adams State men’s basketball team officially kicks off their season here at Plachy Hall against Oklahoma Panhandle State. The team is going to look for a repeat performance of last year’s match up in which the Grizzlies topped the Aggies 85-77.
By Emma Mueller The Adams State volleyball team traveled to Kearney Nebraska to play in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Quarterfinal Tournament, which began on Thursday. The Grizzlies put up a strong fight, but unfortunately did not make it past the first round, losing to Mesa State College in the second quarterfinal match.
By Nancy Blevins All the un-useful things that clutter our landfills, yards, garages, homes and even our cities, which were valuable at one time or another, have been recreated and brought back to life. Thanks to the creative artists and minds from all over the San Luis Valley the recycled, re-used, or re-purposed materials have […]
Armando Montano With the deadline approaching rapidly, fears of the end of the world in 2012 are coming to life, especially in the Science fiction disaster film, 2012. Set in present day, 2012 deals with the end of the present world as predicted by the Mayan long-count calendar.
Adobe Flash Player will be upgraded to version 10.0.32.18 for all Employee, Lab and TEC Classroom PCs. Employee Email server will be down for roughly 30 minutes while a Network Interface Card is swapped out. Employee email services will be down during this time. Windows Servers will receive critical security patches, estimated downtime is 30 […]
*Author Unknown at this time. The upward Bound program has been at Adams State for over 30 years. Its first director was Dr. Richard Duran then the torch was past to Mike Garcia and finally to the current director, Angelica Gallegos. Upward Bound is a national program that is in several different countries including the […]
By Cody Schuman Over the weekend, the Center for Restorative Programs teamed up with the Center of Nonviolent Communications and the Campus Ministry to put on a two-day workshop hoping to improve relationship skills. Paul Shippee, an expert in nonviolent communications, conducted the training seminar. The Nonviolent Communications is a global network developed by renowned […]