Beginning at 9:00 PM, Employee and TEC Classrooms will receive security updates to Windows, Office, VLC Media Player, Adobe Acrobat, Reader, Flash, Firefox, Secunia and the Endpoint Protection client. Macintosh users will also receive operating system patches. Employees are encouraged to log off but leave their computers on when leaving work for the day. This […]
Posts from ‘May, 2015’
Zacheis planetarium has announced its Summer 2015 movie schedule, and we’re excited to present a new approach: Double Features every Thursday night! To see the schedule, visit our Scheduled Public Shows page.
Therapy dogs will be at the Nielsen Library during finals week again this semester. Stop by the first floor lobby between 6-7pm Monday or Tuesday to hang out with Moose, Gracie, Kaiser, Dizzy, and Dutch!
Whether you’re cramming hard or need a break, here’s what’s going on at the Nielsen Library during Finals Week: Extended Hours: Open until 2am Sunday, May 10 – Thursday, May 14 Paws and Relax Therapy Dogs: Monday, May 11: 6pm-7pm Tuesday, May 12: 6pm-7pm First floor lobby Coloring and Crafts: All week long at the Finals Survival Table on the second […]
The softball team picked up two wins this weekend in their series against Colorado Christian. Even in the rainy conditions, the team came away with a win on Saturday and a win on Sunday. Sunday was the team’s senior day, honoring the 11 seniors pictured below. Senior Erica Haugum and Erika Ecsedy were named to […]
ALAMOSA (April 29) – Author of “The Mysterious Valley,” and many other works, Christopher O’Brien will speak at the final lecture in the Earth, Water, and Sky series. Sponsored by Adams State University Nielsen Library and the Adventure Program, the presentation begins at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, in the library on the second floor. […]
Steven Petrov The Paw Print On Saturday, April 25th a powerful earthquake, with a Richter magnitude of 7.9, hit Nepal. This has been the most devastating natural disaster in the last few decades for the Far-East country. The country’s Ministry of Internal Affairs has officially announced on Sunday, April 26th that the number of victims […]
Darin Sisneros The Paw Print Alternative spring break –Hatch, New Mexico Six ASU Students took part in an alternative spring break service trip to Hatch, New Mexico. The trip was sponsored by ASU Newman in partnership with United Campus Ministry. The trip connected ASU students with students from Western, CSU Pueblo, and Fort Lewis College, whose […]
Steven Petrov The Paw Print Five years ago the US Congress authorized the prosecution to press criminal charges against those stock brokers that make fortunes by using illegal schemes and manipulations. Few years have gone by since then, but the first major defendants from the Finance industry have been appointed. Navinder Singh Sarao was recently […]
Maya Rameriez The Paw Print ALAMOSA (April 24) – Forty-four Adams State University students were inducted into the National Society of Leadership and Success Banquet on April 17, in McDaniel Hall. Catered by local restaurant, May Wa, the banquet room was filled with the inductees, their friends and family. NSLS graduates received a cord and […]