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Posts from ‘November, 2010’

Presenting: From Daunting to Prepared

Presenting a bill or an idea before any group can be a daunting task;  for those of you planning on presenting to AS&F Government, we wanted to help you feel more prepared and like you can breath a little easier before your presentation  with some tid-bits of advice for presenting:  Practice, and make sure that whoever from your group […]

Aids Awareness Week

Aids Awareness Week has begun in full force at ASC. Three quilts remembering those who have suffered from HIV/ AIDS are being displayed in the Mall Court of the SUB.  Along with the quilts, artwork from the local Boys and Girls Club and the PALS Program promoting safe relationships and Aids Awareness are being displayed. […]

Sports Schedule for December 1st-11th

Wednesday, December 1st Noon Grizzly Club Luncheon SLV Brewing Company Friday, December 3rd 6 p.m. Women’s Basketball at Colorado State-Pueblo Pueblo, Colo. 8 p.m. Men’s Basketball at Colorado State-Pueblo Pueblo, Colo.

Category Search

To help explain the new category search in Bricolage 2.0 I’ve created the following screencast. Enjoy.

Bricolage 2.0 Live

Bricolage 2.0 is now live. Make sure to brush up on your Bricolage skills with the brand new screencasts. As always, please let us know if you run into any problems.

Valley Wide Health Grant Helps Pay for Long Lasting Contraceptives

Kim Vialpando The Paw Print Valley Wide Health is participating in the Colorado Initiative to Prevent Unintended Pregnancies. Colorado was given a grant to help fund this project. Every county has a high rate of unintended pregnancies. Women of many ages are unable to afford reversible contraception. Colorado was awarded a grant by The Long […]

Dr. Roberds Faculty Lecture Investigates Midterm Elections

Tiffany Wood The Paw Print This article originally ran in the November 4 edition of Paw Print.  Because of factual errors, this article is reprinted in full with corrections. The Faculty Lecture on 27 October featured Dr. Stephen Roberds, a political science professor at ASC. The topic was the Midterm Elections and was timed perfectly, […]

Dr. Joe I. Vigil Honored with Statue Dedication

Jesse Medina The Paw Print A cold windy day in November saw the dedication of the Dr. Joe I. Vigil Statue on the eastside of the new stadium complex. The ceremony was part of a two-day tribute that began on Friday, November 12 and ended on Saturday, November 13 with the statue ceremony.

Tying the Knot or Not…

Mikie Husman The Paw Print According to the law of the United States heterosexuals marry, so why can’t homosexuals? In the last few months, there have been issues that have come up, that some states allow a homosexual to marry another homosexual. This is one of the hottest topics that we have ever heard of. […]

200-2010 The Close of the Decade

Armando Montano The Paw Print As the end of the year is coming quickly, the decade is also coming to a close. From the beginning of 2000 to the end of 2010, all of us can look back and realize just how much the world has changed in these past 10 years alone. For many, […]

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