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It’s Not Just Another Day Off

By Dave Hargis Many across campus have noticed the gaping hole in the class schedule on October 29th. Some are not even bothering to ask why. It’s time off from lectures, labs and homework, and that’s all that seems to matter. What most don’t seem to realize is that October 29th is not just another […]

Breast Cancer Awareness: Think Pink

Ashley Grover October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month and the pink ribbon is widely known. People are encouraged to “think pink” as well as to remind their mothers, sisters, aunts and grandmothers to take care of their breast health by getting annual check-ups.

Def Poet Mark Gonzales brings his Poetry to the ASC Theatre

By Jesse Medina Def Poet Mark Gonzales performed his show titled “Between Indigeneous and Indigo” at the Adams State Theatre Monday, Oct. 12.

Billy’s Idol

Armando Montano Adams State College is calling all those with talent to try out to become the College’s first Billy’s Idol! ASC is hosting a search for the most talented individuals in an American Idol-style talent contest renamed to honor Adams State founder, Billy Adams. The contest will be open only to Adams State students.

“Tree Wise” Comes to ASC

By Nicole Plowright Alamosa—On October 15 and 16 The National Theatre of the Deaf will be bringing their touring show, “Tree Wise”, to Adam State’s Main Stage.  “This show is a family-friendly production created for both deaf and hearing audiences,” said John Taylor, associate professor of theatre. is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet