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Jake Hughes The Paw Print In Local news, the Alamosa County Sherriff’s Office has made more Arrests in the alleged theft ring. Officials have arrested Jamie Berry, 21, and a warrant is out for another. Sheriff’s Deputy, Kayla Covington, and Lieutenant, James McCloske, have already made several arrests and are continuing investigations into thefts from […]

A 13-Year-Old British Boy Achieved Nuclear Fusion

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The majority of 13-year-old teenagers’ lives in the world we live today are mostly arranged around playing computer games and video games. This has led to fewer and fewer time spent reading, writing, or any other creative activities. A significant decrease in the general knowledge levels has been observed in […]

A Walk to End Hunger

Caitie Ryan-Norton The Paw Print The 17th annual CROP Hunger Walk in Alamosa, sponsored by La Puente, is happening on Sunday April 6th. The purpose of the walk is to raise awareness about hunger locally and worldwide. Participants should meet at the Senior Center at 2pm. The walk will commence at 3pm and will follow […]

Wellness Wednesday

Carlos Santos The Paw Print The semester is just about halfway done, we are two weeks away from Spring break, and isn’t it a great feeling!  There have been numerous events every week on campus, whether it has been watching the success of Grizzlies sports or the awesome visiting speakers presenting for students and teachers. […]

STEM Saturdays Offers Robot Workshop for Girls

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Linda Relyea (Communications Office) 719-587-7827 Cindy Bervig (STEM) 719-587-7586 ALAMOSA (February 27) – There are still spots available for the Adams State University STEM Saturday session, “Robotics using Arduinos – for Girls,” by George Sellman, assistant professor of computer science. The session is from 9 a.m. until noon Saturday, April 19 […]

Speaker Address the Silvery Minnow’s Impact in the SLV

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Linda Relyea (Institutional Advancement) 719-587-7827 Tim Armstrong (Biology Program) 719-587-7211 ALAMOSA (March 3) – Justin Tade, an attorney-adviser with the Department of the Interior’s Southwest Regional Solicitor’s Office will visit the Adams State University campus for a noon lecture, “The Endangered Species Act:  How New Mexico’s Silvery Minnow Might Impact Water […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet