Julie Waechter PR Department A 13 percent increase in graduate students is fueling a 5 percent overall increase in Adams State’s enrollment for the spring 2012 semester, compared to last spring. This marks the tenth consecutive semester in which the college achieved enrollment growth, according to Senior Vice President for Enrollment Management and Program Development […]
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Johanna Keever The Paw Print Adams State College is making big changes in 2012, with most of the construction finished on campus; the next step for the college is to get the bill passed on changing Adams State College into Adams State University. On August 26, 2011, the Broad of Trustees made an 8-1 decision […]
Ryan Dufresne The Paw Print Adams State was a huge contributor to The Food Bank Network of the San Luis Valley. Each year the Food Bank Network aims to provide 500 boxes of food to families in the Valley. To help reach that goal, they asked the organizations, departments, athletic teams as well as individuals […]
Linda Relyea Adams State College ALAMOSA ‑ Born in a log cabin in Hooper, Colo., Tom Jones ’52 went on to devote his career to assuring his country’s security. He retired in 1991 after 31 years with the Atomic Energy Commission, having served for a time as Director of U.S. Nuclear Weapons Production. Jones and […]
Toni Steffens The Paw Print Adams State College students may face a tuition increase next year if Governor John Hickenlooper’s proposed budget cuts are approved. The governor presented his revised budget proposal to the Joint Budget Committee on Feb. 15. The proposed cuts to education from K -12 through colleges and universities would likely affect […]
Toni Steffns The Paw Print La Puente is holding H.O.P.E. (Homeless Organizations Promoting Education) to help people gain a deeper understanding of the complexity and some of the common causes of homelessness.
James Williams The Paw Print The Associated Students and Faculty of Adams State College held its first quarterly meeting of the semester on Monday, September 27, and announced the plans for changes to next year’s academic calendar in addition to approving requested funding from an assortment of clubs and organizations.
Jesse Medina The Paw Print Starting September 15, National Hispanic Heritage Month kicked off. National Hispanic Heritage month is a time that the country uses to recognize the achievements and contributions of Hispanic Americans. Hispanics are people whose ancestors hail from Spain, Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean.
Grizzly Daze is in full swing, the wind is blowing, and students are freaking out about papers, tests, and the end of the term. Yep, its spring time at ASC. If you are feeling a bit overwhelmed, just check out the events going on this week: Grizzly Daze is GAB’s yearly week long party, in […]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmXOCKZlW2Q[/youtube]The phrase “Nothing Less Than Brilliant” (Performance Magazine) has been used to describe the outrageous comedy antics and expertly crafted juggling feats of Mark Nizer. He is scheduled to perform for FREE at Adams State College, Carson Auditorium on Saturday, April 10th at 7pm. Mark Nizer is one of the greatest entertainment comedians and jugglers […]