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Posts from ‘October, 2009’

Teacher Spotlight: Alvarez

Armando Montano Adams State College recently had the pleasure of adding a new member to the Education Department. Anicia Alvarez, ASC’s newest assistant professor of teacher education, has come to help students here at Adams in the field of education through her extensive and impressive background. Alvarez has received many awards for her contributions in […]

Dangerous Day Dreams

Kelby  Sinka The Afghani desert, pinned down by machine-gun fire, is no place to day dream.  At the bottom of a hill behind a bunker, six men fight a nearly immoveable force. The Taliban have made a bunker out of a cave. They also have six men pinned down, fearing for their lives. These six […]

Grizzlies take a hit in New Mexico

Courtney Jones In need of a win to keep Playoff hopes alive, the Grizzlies took a hard loss this past Friday against the New Mexico Highlands University Cowgirls at Perkins Stadium in New Mexico.  The Grizzlies would have moved into 6th in the RMAC with the win against the Cowgirls, but now drop to 4-9-1 […]

Movie Review: Saw VI

Armando Montano This Halloween, a grisly and disturbing annual Halloween tradition is continuing with the sixth installment of the Saw film franchise. Saw VI opened in theaters on October 23, 2009 to a throng of secret fans ushering in a new year of blood, guts, and violence.

ASC Theatre Presents “An Evening of Ionesco”

Nicole Plowright The Bald Soprano and The Lesson are this season’s first set of student directed shows and will run from October 27 until October 31. They are both one act shows directed by Brittney Chowning and Lauren Gibbons. All shows will begin at 8:00 p.m. during the running dates.

New Art Exhibits in the Art Building

Nicole Plowright On Friday October 23, 2009 two new art exhibits opened in the art building’s Hartfield and Snook galleries. These exhibits will be open until November 20th, and are free for the public to come view.


Ashley Grover Trash. Rubbish. Garbage. All that stuff that we as humans throw out can go by many names. Formally speaking, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) labels everything Americans discard as Municipal Solid Waste (MSW). But no matter what you call it, waste is becoming one of the fundamental environmental issues of today.

Day of Reflection

Armando Montano Thursday, October 29th, 2009 will be Adams State College’s annual Day of Reflection, a day dedicated to the students and staff to take a serious look at the current school system they are in and assess how improvements can make it better. While the day has been noted by many students and faculty for […]

Creed Comeback

Anthony Guerrero On, Monday, October 26th, Creed released its first album in almost a decade. They have cleverly titled the album “Overcome” to allude to the fact that the band has overcome all of its previous controversies and challenges.

Fall Choir Concert

Nicole Plowright The fall choir concert will be on Friday, Oct 30 in Richardson Hall at 8:00 p.m. This concert will include the 23 member chamber choir, and the 50 member concert choir. The concert will be directed by Dr. Beth Wagstrom. is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet