Shelby Glammeyer and David Webb Junior Recital May 2nd @ 5pm in Leon Auditorium.
I have honor cords in my office for $9 if you plan to participate in Spring 2015 Commencement Exercises. Stop by BUS 209 or email email@example.com.
The Southern Colorado AIDS Project will be on the ASU campus providing free AIDS and Hepatitis C testing on Tuesday, May 5. Visit the table in the Student Union Building Solarium any time between 12 – 5 on May 5. Testing will take place in a confidential room upstairs.
Wildflower season is fast approaching. Join us at the Nielsen Library this Saturday, May 2, 1:00pm (2nd floor) for a talk by Dean Swift of the Dean Swift Seed Company. Dean will be sharing his 35 years of accumulated knowledge and experience working in the field production and processing of regional wildflower seeds. Learn about how the wildflower seeds you purchase are grown, harvested, and readied for your yard. Dean encourages lots of questions! See you there.
Don’t forget to wear your grizzly green tomorrow!
Spirit Police Officers will be wandering around campus (mainly SUB ) passing out some free gear in exchange for your favorite thing about Adams State University.
Don’t miss the opening weekend of MARAT/SADE. The revolution begins Friday at 7:30 p.m. and continues Saturday and Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Call the ASU Theatre Box Office at 587-8499 for tickets to this interactive theatre event. You won’t want to miss it!
Come to Victoria Ricci’s Senior Voice Recital, in Leon Memorial Hall at 2:00 on Saturday May 2nd. The performance is free for all.
Poker this Thursday in the Loft registration begins at 7 pm and the game will start at 7:30 pm. Bring a canned good for extra chips!
Last game of the semester this Saturday. Registration begins a 5 pm and the game will start at 5:30 pm. We will have door prizes and big prizes for the winners! Everyone is welcome! Hope to see you there.
The last Women’s Affinity Group Luncheon of the school year will be this Friday, May 1, from 12:10 – 12:45 in the first floor SUB banquet rooms. Dr. Eden Wales-Freedman, Assistant Professor of English, will lead the discussion about the group’s vision for the upcoming year and issues to be discussed with the new president. To grab lunch, please sign-in at the entrance to La Mesa Dining Hall.
Campus Recreation and Wellness: Rex Staff
Campus Recreation and Wellness is looking for motivated students to become a member of the Rex Staff. Rex Staff will promote the student life vision, to help students graduate with a strong sense of connection to ASU, increased skills, and confidence in themselves. Together, Rex Staff will work to maintain a fun, clean and safe environment where our customers can meet their fitness and recreation goals.
Campus Recreation and Wellness Mission:
To enrich the human spirit and quality of life at Adams State University by fostering fitness, wellness and play.
• Maintain a welcoming and professional environment for customers
• Ensure customer safety in the facility
• Have a working knowledge of Rex facility operations and equipment
• Attend staff trainings and meetings
• Have an understanding of Campus Recreation and Wellness policies
• Utilize good judgment
• Current ASU student with work study eligibility
• Previous experience in a wellness center is preferred, but not required
• CPR/First Aid/AED Certification preferred
• Ability to lift and carry 50lbs short distances
To apply, please visit the following link and complete the online application form.
Friday, May 1st, in Carson Auditorium there will be a free event open to the campus and public. The event will begin at 7:00 PM and will run until 8:00 unless there are audience questions taking it to 8:30 PM. The event will attempt to provide a rational foundation for the truth of the Christian worldview. Please feel free to attend.
Please come and join Jon Colson as he performs his last recital as an undergraduate at Adams State. There will be many contemporary pieces as well as baroque era. Music of Telemann, Stevens, Simon, and Friedman will be performed, and the pipe organ will be used during the recital.
The local Rio Grande Healthy Living Park (RGHLP) Committee and ASU’s Empowering People through Food, will be hosting a second community process meeting on Monday, May 4th 4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at Adams State University’s Norma Peterson Room 101 in McDaniel Hall. The meeting will once again be facilitated by Trust for Public Land’s (TPL) landscape architect Emily Patterson. TPL will be presenting the compiled input provided during the October 2014 community process meetings, as well as the community surveys gathered over the winter months, and will be asking for additional feedback on physical and programmatic plans based on previous community input.
Following the completion of the community planning process, the revised master plan will then go out to bid to select a final planning team, made up of diverse professionals such as a landscape architect, a community planner, an agronomist, and others proposed by the bidding teams. These final plans will be used to inform construction documents for the different phases of the park, as well as for fundraising for the RGHLP.
If you have any questions regarding the meeting, please contact Julie Mordecai, 719-580-0379. If you are unable to attend, but would like to send your ideas in writing, please send to RioGrandeHLP@gmail.com. Spanish translation will be available in order for all members of the community to participate. Traducción en español sera disponible para que todos los miembros de la comunidad puedan participar.
For further updates on the RGHLP visit our website at www.healthylivingpark.org
COMM 255 Fundamentals in Media Communication will be presenting their poster session on media literacy, in which they analyze media texts, tomorrow, April 30, from 9:30-10:45 am in McDaniel 117. Come by and learn a little bit about the media and chat with the media students! Bring your friends! Bring your classes!