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Posts from ‘November, 2014’

December Movies Announced

The new movies are starting to arrive. During the first three weeks of December, we will be showing only new movies!  Check out the schedule on the “Scheduled Public Shows” page. Starting Dec. 20th, Zacheis Planetarium will be closed for the winter break. We will resume Thursday and Friday movies in January when classes start […]

Food For Fines

Bring non-perishable food items to the Nielsen Library from November 23 – December 20 and get rid of all those pesky overdue charges! Each non-perishable food item is good for waiving $5 in late fees and there is no limit. All food will be donated to the Food Bank Network of the San Luis Valley. […]

Thanksgiving Break Hours

The Nielsen Library will close at 5pm on Wednesday, November 26 and will remain closed on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Normal hours will resume on Sunday, November 30.

ASU Wraps Up 2014 in Snow Bowl Against Mines

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print The Adams State Grizzlies football team finished the 2014 season on Saturday in a cold, snowy game against Colorado School of Mines. Though the Grizzlies were able to put up 391 total yards of offense and 34 points, it was not enough to overcome the Orediggers and ASU fell by […]

Ukraine is the Most Dangerous Place in the World – Warned Poroshenko

Steven Petrov The Paw Print “It is too early for Ukraine to be joining NATO” With the developing Russian-Ukrainian crisis that started almost a year ago, numerous speculations have come out linking the Eastern European republic to entering NATO, so that the international military organization can protect the small country from the aggressive and continuously […]

Spain Captured Over 2,200 lbs. of Cocaine Outside the Canary Islands

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The Spanish naval police have been slowly turning into an absolute “nightmare” for all of the drug smugglers and drug cartels who are trying to import and move large amounts of cocaine as well as other drugs throughout the Mediterranean. The Spanish police and the Ministry of Defense made an […]

Tickets for It’s a Wonderful Life Go on Sale November 21

Staff Writer The Paw Print Sounds of the holiday season will soon be heard as Adams State University Theatre presents It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.  Tickets go on sale Friday, November 21 at 8 a.m. at the ASU Theatre Box Office. It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, directed by Dr. […]

Winter is Coming to the San Luis Valley

Jessika Vandivier The Paw Print Alamosa has finally received its first snowfall of the season. The temperature here in the Valley has just recently shifted from being a little chilly to being totally freezing. These last few months the climate has been fairly decent, staying on the warmer side all the way through Halloween. Inevitably […]

1 Out of 4 Americans Don’t Support Free Market Enterprise

Steven Petrov The Paw Print This economic concept is most popular among the developing countries The country of the United States of America has always been appointed as the place on Earth where a person can achieve anything. A poor lower class individual can fight their way through the upper classes and one day change […]

How to Make Your Dorm Feel Like Home

Ali Rivera The Paw Print Some students come to college and live on campus in the dorms. However, the dorms can be a small and uncomfortable to live in. Some say that living in the dorms isn’t like living at home due to the limited amount of space and the lack personality and hominess it […]

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