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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Join Us for the SandHill Review Launch Party on May 3rd!

You are invited to the SandHill Review Launch Party May 3rd, 2019 at 6:00 PM McDaniel Hall Room 101 -Food will be served- The event will include live presentations of works from the SandHill Review Come help us celebrate student, staff, and alumni works!

Adams State Communications Board is Hiring for All Student Media Positions!

The time has come for new recruits! Apply now for the position you desire in student media! Pay is $13.00 per hour for up to 10 hours per week! The Adams State University Communications Board is hiring for the following positions: -Grizzly Video Productions- *General Manager* *Content Manager* -Paw Print Student Newspaper- *Editor-in-Chief* *Associate Editor* […]

Come Check Out what the Grizzly Video Productions has to Offer!

Come Check Out what the Grizzly Video Productions has to Offer!

San Luis Valley CROP Hunger Walk

By Lilliana Chavez | On Sunday, April 7, the community gathered at the Alamosa Senior Center for the 25th annual San Luis Valley (SLV) CROP Hunger Walk. The CROP Hunger Walk was founded through the Church World Services (CWS), and was the beginning event in a series of events for Hunger Education Week. La Puente […]

San Luis Founders’ Day

By Kiersten Medina | San Luis held its very first annual Founders’ Day on Saturday, April 6th, 2019, which celebrated the historical and cultural heritage of the town of San Luis. San Luis, Colorado is the oldest town in Colorado and was founded in April 9th, 1851. The event was also sponsored by Adelante San […]

Nielsen Library’s Seed Library

By Lilliana Chavez | Amongst the books and bustle of the first floor of Adams State University’s (ASU) Nielsen Library, a special sort of library awaits. It is the Seed to Seed Library, and it offers the community free, organically grown, non-commercial seeds. The seeds found at the library are donated during the last Saturday […]

Wall of Oppression

By Jasmyn Brendle | On International Women’s Day, in front of the Japanese Garden, the Wall of Oppression was taken down by a group of students, taking a stand against the hate speech people experience on a daily basis. This project was created by assistant professor of philosophy, Natasha Liebig PH.D., as a way to […]

ASU Wildlife Art Exhibition

By Noah Schafer |  The Adams State University Art Department is back with a fresh new exhibit, featuring wildlife. The exhibit will be up in the Adams State Art Building until Friday, March 8th, and features pieces of work from three different artists: Henry Blount, Mikki Harder, and Karrie York. I was able to sit […]

Lovell officially named president of Adams State

On Thursday, February 14, 2019, Cheryl D. Lovell transitioned from interim president to the official president of Adams State. The Board of Trustees have formed a negotiating team to begin working on an employment contract for Lovell. Board Chairman Cleave Simpson was the first to propose that the interim title be removed, based on her […]

Adams State and Gunma University: Memorandum of Understanding

By Kiersten Medina. ALAMOSA COLO.- On February 18, 2019, Adams State University and Gunma University in Japan collaborated in the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding. The agreement was signed by Adams State’s President Cheryl D. Lovell, with witnesses from Gunma University, Music Professor Chiho Sugo and two of her music students, as well as […]

Christian Challenge: “Recreation”

By. Antonio Griego Christian Challenge kicked off their first annual praise night last Saturday, with a night of “Recreation” for Adams State students. Christian Challenge is a campus ministry that is open to serve all students who want to test their faith, by dissecting parts of the Bible, and also to live a Christ-like life. “Christian […]

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