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ASU Host’s National Society of Leadership and Success Banquet

Maya Rameriez The Paw Print ALAMOSA (April 24) – Forty-four Adams State University students were inducted into the National Society of Leadership and Success Banquet on April 17, in McDaniel Hall. Catered by local restaurant, May Wa, the banquet room was filled with the inductees, their friends and family. NSLS graduates received a cord and […]

The Judge Movie Review

Rebecca Carey The Paw Print This 141-minute court comedy and drama film is about the shady but brilliant Chicago defense attorney Hank Palmer (Robert Downey Jr.). He returns to his hometown in Indiana after learning his mother passed away. However when he reunites with his father, Judge Joseph Palmer (Robert Duvall), this triggers an old […]

Alternative Spring Break: Time Over the Border

Chelsea Henderson The Paw Print Many are attracted to social service – the rewards are immediate, the gratification quick. But if we have social justice, we won’t need social service.”  ~Julian Bond Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is a learning experience and immersion into different cultures. ASU groups have gone to New Orleans, San Francisco, and […]

Best Rated Restaurants in Alamosa

Jordan Smith The Paw Print Food is one of the many pleasures and comforts we have in our lives, especially as college students. It’s nice having the dining hall right outside our doors, but after a whole year, the food from the dining hall can get a little boring, and sometimes sickening. Eating the same […]

Before I Go to Sleep Movie Review

Rebecca Carey The Paw Print This 92-minute thriller and mystery tells the story of Christine Lucas (Nicole Kidman) who suffers from anterograde amnesia and is unable to form new memories. She can store information throughout the day but every night when she goes to sleep her brain resets itself. Everything she learned about her past […]

How to Boost Your Metabolism and Burn Calories Faster

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Boosting one’s metabolism has always been one of the major objectives of those who are trying to lose weight or just to get in shape. What a person’s metabolism represents is the speed with which your body burns the calories you intake. While it is a fact that some of […]

Books to Read While You are Procrastinating Studying for Finals

Cassandra Truelson The Paw Print Whether or not you are procrastinating for finals or are looking for something new to read, here is a list of books that I would recommend for the avid reader. Frozen  by: Melissa de la Cruz, Michael Johnston Frozen is set in a futuristic Las Vegas that is now covered […]

Beyond The Light Movie Review

Rebecca Carey The Paw Print Gina Prince-Bythewood has outdone herself with her 2014 drama and romance film “Beyond the Lights.” Singer Noni (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) has been groomed to be in the spotlight by her domineering mother (Minnie Driver). Noni is having a difficult time struggling from low self-esteem with being in the spotlight and her […]

Still Time to Register for the Torch Run

ALAMOSA (April 22) – There is still time to register for the 2015 Law Enforcement Torch Run, sponsored by the Adams State University Police Department, Alamosa Police Department, Alamosa Sheriff’s Department, and the Colorado State Patrol. The run begins at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 2, in front of Rex Activity Center, located on the Adams […]

Dracula Untold Movie Review

Rebecca Carey The Paw Print Dracula Untold (2014) takes place in 15th century Transylvania, and Vlad III (Luke Evans) is the prince of Wallachia. One day while Vlad and his soldiers are traveling in the forest, they find a helmet in the stream that they fear is an Ottoman Empire soldier. They follow the stream […]

The First Chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success Begins at Adams State

Cassandra Truelson The Paw Print On Friday April 17, 2015, the first chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success members were inducted for the Adams State chapter. The member induction ceremony included an opening speech by the chapter’s president, Travis Vesalga, an explanation of the society’s logo and shield by the chapter’s treasurer, […]

ASU Professor Receives US Citizenship

Maya Rameriez The Paw Print ALAMOSA (April 22) – Adams State University Roger Eriksen, associate professor of art, recently became a United States citizen, after a long journey. Eriksen, born in Canada, left at the age of six with his family and moved to Los Angeles. He could have applied for US citizenship at the […]

Adams State CAMP Students Attend Conferences

ALAMOSA (April 6) – The Adams State University College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) sent students to Chicago and Santa Fe for student leadership conferences. Miguel Chaparro, CAMP recruitment and retention, said: “Our students have a broader view now and many are now seeing that they can attend other conferences, and pursue graduate degrees at some […]

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