Six strangers, a lonely farmhouse, surrounded by brain-eating zombies – what could go wrong?
Set in 1968, the play is a horror parody of the classic zombie movie. The comedy re-creates live on stage the original film in the first act. In the second act, it presents a series of alternative endings which hilariously tests the question: Can anyone survive a night of the living dead?
Celebrate Halloween early with Adams State University Theatre’s NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD LIVE – Sept. 24, 25, Oct. 1-3. Call 719-587-8499 for ticket info. Come for the frights, enjoy the laughs. $10 General Admission, $9 Seniors and under 18, Free with valid AS&F ID.
Adams State Faculty and Staff our 100th anniversary celebration continues!
Plan now to attend the outstanding Adams100 documentary film premiere this Thursday, September 23 at 3:30 p.m. in Richardson Hall.
After the film, pick up an Adams100 T-shirt and a delicious snack and beverage from Sodexo.
With a scholarship donation of $100 or more you will receive a six-pack of the Adams100 commemorative beer from Three Barrel Brewing Company.
Click the link below for more details.
You can figure out the problems with that sentence pretty easily, right? But sometimes writing is more complicated. That’s when it’s time to contact the Writing Studio. We will work with you to make your writing as clear and concise as possible. Any assignment, any major. In-person, drop-in tutoring is now available.
The Writing Studio, McDaniel Hall, 220, (719) 587-7898, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make an appointment for a Google Meet online meeting, or an in-person meeting. Click here: tinyurl.com/writing-studio-calendar .
• Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
• Wednesday 6:30-8 p.m.
• Friday – 9 a.m.-Noon.
You can write better!
Friday September 17, 2021 is the official federal holiday recognizing the ratification of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787
In recognition of this important day, we welcome the ASU community to celebrate the U.S. Constitution.
● Constitution Day Quiz: Take this 12-question ‘open-book’ quiz about the U.S. Constitution. In the quiz there are links to copies of the Constitution and other related resources to further explore the Constitution
● Win a prize! The first 50 entrants who score correctly on at least 9 of the 12 questions will be awarded a $5.00 Starbucks gift card.
● Explore the United States Constitution Day guide prepared by the Nielsen Library that provides even more resources about the Constitution for you to further explore.
● Make some time to test your knowledge of, and learn more about, the United States Constitution, the document that establishes the living framework for our government and influences our daily lives here in the United States.
Good Trouble: How have the Amendments to the Constitution changed the nation?
Twenty seven. That is the number of times the U.S. Constitution has been amended from its ratification in 1788. Today we celebrate Constitution Day, the day the Constitution was sent by the Constitutional Convention to the states for ratification. Ten of those amendments, the Bill of Rights, came in the first three years. For a document of such brevity (about the length of a college term paper), only 17 times has it had to be amended to keep pace with a rapidly changing world. Two amendments cancel each other out, leaving 15. This presentation will examine the amendment process and how they have reshaped the original document, with an eye on the issues most relevant in today’s world.
Join us in recognizing this momentous event at 12 p.m. in McDaniel 101. Free pizza will be served!
Beginning at 9:00 PM MST Thursday evening (9/16), the Banner PROD environment will be unavailable until approximately 2:00 AM MST Friday morning, 9/17, while Oracle Quarter 3 PSU updates are deployed. During this time, ALL Banner PROD services will be unavailable, including Banner Admin, Self-Service, Web-Services, and School Services, etc.
Also beginning at 9:00 PM MST Thursday, Computing Services will be installing September 2021 Microsoft patches/updates to our test systems for future deployment. We anticipate no impact for client-facing systems.
Computing Services thanks you for your patience and understanding as we perform these critical maintenance activities. If you have any questions, please call the ASU Computing Services Helpdesk at (719) 587-7741 or contact us via email at email@example.com.
Have a great day,
A work-Study student is needed in the COSI program. Willing to travel to area high-schools to work with seniors providing college-going activities. Also willing to work on technology for the COSI program – setting up a youtube.com channel and adding media information. For more information contact Chayne @ 719.589.2786, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
September invoices are now available online. Looking for options to pay your bill? ASU offers three convenient payment plans. Please log into your electronic invoice at adams.edu/ebill to view, make payment or enroll in an online payment plan.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact via email to email@example.com or call 719-587-7728.
If you are using Veteran benefits, are a Resident Assistant or a third-party entity is paying all or part of your charges please contact Student Business Services directly. If you have any questions regarding your invoice please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 719-587-7728.
Adams State will send all billing notifications to registered students to their Adams State Grizzlies email, log in to your email from the One Stop Student Services web site at adams.edu/onestop.