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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