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Posts from ‘October, 2009’

Dia de Los Muertos Celebrated at Community Partnerships

By Jesse Medina Dios De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is being observed at the Community Partnerships building all of this month.  In conjunction, Kathy T. Hettinga was also at the Community Partnerships on Oct. 20 at 4 p.m.  She was promoting her book, Grave Images: San Luis Valley, a book containing photographs and […]

Chemistry Magic Show

Armando Montano Adams State College, in conjunction with the Chemistry Department, is hosting the 19th annual “Having a Ball with Chemistry” show at 4 p.m. on Friday, October 23rd in the Richardson Hall Auditorium and invites all ASC students to attend. The “magic” show is a fun showcase of scientific demonstrations that are presented to […]

Grizzlies Come Close but Fall hort Over the Week

The Adams State men’s soccer team did well to compete with the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs this past Tuesday on the Mountain Lion’s home field, but were unable to get the ball in the back of the net. The Mountain Lions struck early on in the game, getting a goal from Sophomore Riley Gallagher […]

A Grizzly Weekend

The Grizzlies second match up of the week did not turn out quite as well as their Pueblo triumph. Adams faced the Colorado Christian University Cougars for the first time this season and was unable to capitalize leaving the score locked at 0-0 after double over time. The teams played this past Sunday on the […]

Computing Services Maintenance for October 22nd, 2009

DHCP changes will be put into effect that remove previously statically assigned IP addresses to all Employee workstations. There should not be any impact, however a reboot on Friday morning will clear up any potential issues. The Aruba Wireless controller will be upgraded which will temporarily interrupt wireless service to the campus. Expected downtime is […]

Athelete of the Week: David Van Voris

Adams State College freshman kicker David Van Voris has been named as the Oct. 13 and South Coloradan Athlete of the Week after he made a career-high four field goals, including a career-long of 42 yards, in the Grizzlies’ 27-17 Musket Game win over Fort Lewis last Saturday. He was also named as the […]

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. is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet