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Posts from ‘September, 2009’

Students Explore Change to Adams State University

By Jesse Medina South Coloradan Adams State has had some name changes in the past; from Adams State Normal College, to Adams State Teacher College, but it has always retained Adams State.  Now it looks like Adams State could be in for a name change again. The name change will not be drastic, however, but […]

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La Puente Hope Week

Ashley Grover South Coloradan La Puente Hope Week is coming up, giving students the opportunity to raise awareness about the homeless community here in Alamosa and offer a hand to help. Events for Hope Week will begin Monday, September 21 and will include diverse activities from a candlelight vigil to a community picnic. “Our goal […]

Fate Has a Funny Way of Coming True

Samantha Saville South Coloradan Brad Kahrs grew up in a small town in Michigan where he ran track and cross country in high school. When Mr. Kahrs was a young runner in high school, not paying much attention to his future and college, Adams State popped up on his radar for its amazing running program. […]

CSU Professor Speaks

ASC guest speaker discusses “Lost in Translation” Armando Montano South Coloradan Adams State Colleges English Theater and Communications Department welcomed Dr. Brian L. Ott for a guest lecture on the film “Lost in Translation” Thursday, September 10th. Dr. Brian L. Ott, professor of media studies at Colorado State University, made his first visit to the […]

What’s In a Name?

Dave Hargis South Coloradan Names are strange linguistic creatures, often neutral and specific, sometimes polarizing and odd. These occasionally quirky proper nouns are everywhere, of course. They are so common in our daily lives that we often use them without a second thought, until we consider changing them. Then things can begin to get a […]

New AS&F President Appointed Amid Controversy

Nicole Plowright South Coloradan Alamosa– As of September 3, 2009 Micah Anderson is no longer AS&F President for the 2009-2010 school year. He formally stepped down at the senate meeting on September 3rd due to failure to meet requirements as stated in the AS&F constitution. Taking his place as president is Jacque Archuleta. The executive […]

Course Specific Art Fees Proposed

Dave Hargis South Coloradan A proposal to introduce or restructure course fees for some art classes was introduced at last Thursday’s Associated Students and Faculty Senate (AS&F) meeting. Art Department Chair Margaret Doell gave a short presentation that outlined the nature of the fees and began the process of receiving public input on the proposal. […]

Rough Weekend for Adams State Women’s Soccer

Courtney Jones South Coloradan The Adams State Women’s soccer team took on two strong opponents this past weekend, battling the Mesa State Mavericks and Fort Lewis Skyhawks. Despite their strong start this season, the team fell to both opponents 5-0 and 3-0, respectively. The Grizzlies put up a good fight during the first half of […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet