Educators Hall of Fame event is May 7

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Linda Relyea (Institutional Advancement) 719-587-7827 ALAMOSA (April 22) – The Adams State University Teacher Education Department Educators Hall of Fame begins at 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 7, in the Student Union Banquet rooms. The 2014 inductees include Elementary Educators: Sandra Hay and Harriet Rebecca Dalzell Hester; Secondary Educators: John Atencio and […]

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ASU Ag Business Students Participated in Crop Walk

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Linda Relyea (Institutional Advancement) 719-587-7827 Zena Buser (School of Business) 719-587-8166 ALAMOSA (April 23) – Pictured, Adams State University agricultural business students Tyler Haney, Lane Cox, Cody Johnson, Katy Dickey, Nikita Christensen participated in the annual Crop Walk at Alamosa’s Cole Park. Zena Buser, associate professor of business, said she encourages […]

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Keitges’ Final Faculty Recital is May 8

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Linda Relyea (Institutional Advancement) 719-587-7827 ASU Music Department 719-587-7621 ALAMOSA (April 24) – The Adams State University Music Department Faculty Recital, by Dr. Christine Keitges, begins at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 8, in Leon Memorial Hall. Dr. William Lipke will accompany the mezzo-soprano. Keitges is retiring this year, so this will […]

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Alternative Radio host will Speak on the ASU Campus

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Linda Relyea (Institutional Advancement) 719-587-7827 Donna Griego (Enrollment Management) 719-587-7436 ALAMOSA (April 22) – The first program manager at KRZA, Alamosa’s public radio station, and current host of Alternative Radio, David Barsamian is the final presenter of the Adams State University Title V Hilos Culturales lecture series, “Lifeways of the San […]

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ASU Retirees Share Dedication to Their Profession

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Linda Relyea (Institutional Advancement) 719-587-7827 ALAMOSA (April 22) – The Adams State University Student Union banquet rooms were abuzz as hearty greetings passed between current and former colleagues at the annual Retirement Dinner, on April 21. Organized by the Office of Alumni Relations, Director Lori Laske invited the recent retirees to […]

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Title V STEM Grant Enhances Adams State Science Equipment and Facilities

New observatory, touch screen, and XRay Defractor ALAMOSA, CO. (April 25, 2014) . . . With the Zacheis Planetarium celebrating its 50th year in September, Adams State University is expanding its facilities with a new observatory. The observatory is funded by a five-year, $3.6 million Hispanic Serving Institutions STEM program grant, aimed at improving instruction […]

Vitamin D Defeciency

Cinthya Luna Adams State University According to the American College of Cardiology, people who have lower Vitamin D levels are linked with having a higher presence of coronary heart disease. Vitamin D is crucial to have to prevent heart disease; without it there is a higher chance of heart disease. However, this does not mean […]

To Fold or Not to Fold ? By Kesly Dewald

The five highest cards will win the game. I notice you have a possibility of a flush or a straight. The opposite opponent raises it by twice as much as the pot. Do I go in or do I fold? If I go in, I will be all in. I think to myself what are […]

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