New Greenhouse Will Stimulate Student Projects

ALAMOSA (April 2) – Preparation for the Adams State University greenhouse has begun. The new, stand-alone, structure will provide opportunities for improving student engagement and undergraduate research. The project, part of the Title V STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) Grant, should be complete by July 1, 2015. The Title V STEM grant has several […]

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Adams State ACE Conference Open To Public

ALAMOSA (March 17) – The Adams State University Advocating, Celebrating, Educating Conference “Equity in Sports and Other Arenas” will be held April 10 and 11 on campus. The keynote speaker, Dr. Pat Griffin will address “LGBTQ Inclusion in Athletics: Successes and On-Going Challenges.” The event is free and open to the public. The conference begins […]

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Greece May Stop Paying It’s Debt Obligations

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Greece announced on Friday, March 27th, that it would stop servicing its debt obligations if its creditors don’t release the previously procrastinated and stopped packages of additional financial help. Associated Press, citing a Greek government employee who asked to remain anonymous, presented the information. The Greek crisis and the potential […]

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Adams State Graduate Thesis Exhibit April 17

ALAMOSA (April 8) –Adams State University Graduate Art Student Jasmine Little will show her thesis work in the Cloyde Snook Gallery. The opening reception for Giant Rock, 1999, is from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. Friday, April 17, in the Art Building. The event is free and open to the public. The thesis body of […]

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Former Hewlett Packard CEO Runs For President

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The former CEO of HP, Carly Fiorina, officially announced on Sunday March 29th, that there is a high probability for her to run for president in the upcoming elections next year. The huge international news company, Reuters, presented the news regarding this new potential candidate. Fiorina is currently in active […]

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Adams State University’s Mary Hoffman Receives Prestigious William Funk Award for Building Strong Communities

DENVER, COLO. (March 16, 2015) – The Colorado Nonprofit Association announces Mary Hoffman, Executive Director of Adams State University Community Partnerships and longtime resident of the San Luis Valley, as the recipient of the William Funk Award for Building Stronger Communities. This award recognizes exceptional leaders who are capable of bringing together communities to define […]

Media Professional Career Workshop Open to Public

ALAMOSA (April 6) – Adams State University’s Community Partnerships and the Southern Colorado Film Commission are pleased to host a Media Professionals Career Workshop provided by Colorado’s Office of Film, Television and Media. This workshop opportunity will be held from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. Thursday, April 16, in Adams State’s Art Building, room 227. […]

Boomer Welcomes Future Grizzlies

ALAMOSA (March 26) –Boomer paid a visit to Alamosa High School seniors currently admitted to Adams State University. Michelle Romero, associate director of admissions, said student ambassadors and Boomer, Adams State’s mascot, made it to over 50 homes, met many parents and grandparents and personally met and welcomed 25 students. “We want to reach out […]

The Home Stretch: How to Survive the Back Half of the Semester

Jordie Smith  The Paw Print Alright Grizzlies, we’re already a week into the home stretch of the semester. Most of us, hopefully, have fully recovered from the craziness of spring break and are ready to roll again. Some of you out there already know what’s due before it’s even assigned, and others of us, like […]

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