Are Campus Newspapers Still Relevant?

By David Hargis Editorial Staff Short Answer: Yes, but it’s complicated. While most news sources have continued the steady migration to digital venues, including many campus papers, the value newspapers offer the campus community and the learning opportunities they offer students are still relevant. In essence, yes – they are still relevant, maybe more than […]

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New ASU Chief of Police, Erika Derouin

By Ziere Banner | Grizz Family! Adams State University welcomes our brand new Chief of Police, Erika Derouin. Erika is here to protect and serve and to keep our campus and our community safe. Erika Derouin was born and raised in Watertown, New York. She attended Jefferson Community College where she graduated with an associate’s […]

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ASU Master’s Degrees Ranked Among Nation’s Best

ASU Master’s Degrees Ranked Among Nation’s Best

By Jasmyn Brendle | According to Best Master’s Degrees, Adams State University has been recently included in the “Best in the West” list by the Princeton’s Review, as well as being ranked 184th “Best Bang for the Buck” in the western United States. Victory Media also recognized Adams State among the top 15 percent of […]

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ASU Awards Karen Melgares for 40 Years of Service

By Antonio Griego | Adams State University awards Karen Melgares for her 40 years of working as the library technician at the Adams State Nielsen library. During her 40 years at the university, she has strived to help students and staff to make Nielsen Library a great place that is full of resources for all […]

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New Media Degrees to be Offered at Adams State

By Noah Schafer |  Big news arrives for the academia of the San Luis Valley: Adams State University will be offering new majors, available to future students this upcoming semester of Fall 2019. The news comes with the approval of the Board of Trustees of Adams State. The three majors will be bachelor degrees focused […]

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ASU Percussion Extravaganza: “To Give You Form And Breath”

By Noah Schafer | Music was in the air on Sunday, April 28th in the San Luis Valley. The Adams State University Percussion Ensemble returned to the Richardson Auditorium for their semesterly performance. This semester’s program, directed by James W. Doyle, D.M.A., was entitled “To Give You Form and Breath,” named after the piece by […]

No Tuition Increase for Adams State

By Aaron Kinnischtzke | For being a university seemingly in need of financial support and operating a tad behind the 8-ball, Adams State University will provide guaranteed tuition for students moving forward. The announcement is a significant one for under- and upperclassmen alike. The move shall hopefully be a selling point for prospective students looking […]

ASU Theatre Presents: “Noises Off”

By Kierstin Medina | On Friday April 26th, 2019 the Adams State Theatre Department premiered their production “Noises Off,” directed by Dr. John H. Taylor and written by Michael Frayn. Inside the SLV Federal Bank Main Stage theatre was a full house on premiere night. Dr. John H. Taylor’s director’s note stated that “the play […]

ASU Hosts Molina Speaks

By Kendell Hollowell | On Tuesday, April 30th the Adams State University Office of Title V Grant Initiatives hosted Molina Speaks: a writer, poet, professor, and filmmaker. The event took place in the Carson Auditorium located in the Student Union Building north end at 5:30 PM. The event was free and open to everyone in […]

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