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Posts on ‘November 6th, 2009’

Medical Marijuana

Ashley Grover It’s being seen all over the news. People are going undercover to see just how easy it is. It’s medical marijuana and is becoming a major controversy. The U.S. is now searching for ways to crackdown on medical marijuana because it is feared that getting a license for it has become too easy. […]

Grizzlies fall short in season finale

The Adams State Grizzlies women’s soccer team faced off against nationally ranked Metro Sate College this past Friday here at Murphy Field for their final game of the season. The Grizzlies put a good fight against the Roadrunners and were able to hold the powerhouse team to only two goals in 90 minutes of play.

San Luis Valley Symphony

By: Nicole Plowright Alamosa—On Saturday November 7th  the San Luis Valley Symphony will be playing their fall concert. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. in Leon Memorial Hall. The San Luis Valley Symphony consists of Adams State students and San Luis Valley community members. This group has been rehearsing since the middle of the summer […]

Attack on Campus

By Cody Schuman Last Monday night a student was brutally attacked between 10:00 and 10:30 p.m. The attack occurred near the Lutheran Church across the street from the Coronado Residence Hall, in an area commonly used for parking without sufficient lighting.

Zacheis Planetarium to hold Extrasolar Planet Workshop at Adams State

By Jesse Medina For all of you astronomy buffs looking for some fun activities to enjoy this weekend look no further than the Adams State Zacheis Planetarium and Observatory.  They are presenting an Extrasolar Planet Workshop on Friday, Nov. 13 at 7:00 p.m. and another on Saturday, Nov. 14 at 1:00 p.m.

Percussion Concert

By: Nicole Plowright Alamosa—Tuesday November 10 at 8:00 p.m. the percussion beats of the Adams State Percussion Ensemble, the ASC Drum Line, the San Luis Valley Community Steel Drum Band, and the Rocky Mountain Pan Handlers Steel Drum Band can be heard in Richardson Hall. Percussion studio student Brian Richenson says, “This concert will be […]

Movie Review: The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day

Armando Montano Fans of the cult classic original, The Boondock Saints, may find themselves giddy in anticipation for the sequel. Boondocks Saints II sees the return of all those vitally involved in the original, Troy Duffy returns as director while Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus return to reprise their roles as two brothers who become graced vigilantes.

Van Gogh Recreated is Luther Bean Museum’s “Art”ifact of the month

Article by Crystal Gibson The stained glass sculpture, “Van Gogh’s Griz”, by local stained glass artist Kay Malouff, has the charm and energy that Malouff, herself has. Walking into the Adams State College Luther Bean Museum, the grizzly bear sculpture immediately attracts visitors. As the sunlight reflects off the hundreds of stained glass pieces affixed […]

KASF Radio

By Sharvez Hudley How do you feel when you hear news about 90.0 KASF radio?  By now the feeling should be positive because KASF is proud to announce that they are finally redesigning the station to better benefit the San Luis Valley. KASF is stepping out of the box and finding more ways to serve […]

Adams State needs friends on Facebook

Armando Montano Adams State College and Mesa State College in Grand Junction, CO are currently in a friendly competition among the users of Facebook.  Each is trying to acquire 2000 more fans on their Facebook site before the other.   Adams State College is asking all ASC students, staff and faculty to add Adams State College […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet