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Posts from ‘October, 2009’

Movie Review: Astro Boy

Armando Montano For fans of Anime and Manga, the story that started it all has been revived once again and is now in theaters as a computer-animated take of Osmamu Tezuka’s Astro Boy. Astro Boy follows the creation of an android boy made in the image of Dr. Tenma’s deceased son as he comes to […]

ASC Name Change Tabled

James Williams South Coloradan On October 15, 2009, the Adams State College Board of Trustees agreed to defer consideration of a college name change from Adams State College to Adams State University in order for the proposed change to be examined in the context of the college’s strategic planning efforts.

Luther Bean Museum Hosts New Art Exhibit

Nicole Plowright Friday October 23 the Luther Bean Museum opened the “Shadows on the Wall” exhibit. The exhibit includes pottery, jewelry and paintings. All art is done by the artist Tetsuko. The exhibit is dedicated to her cat, Princess, that lived from June 1996 to September 28, 2009.

Athlete of the Week- October 22nd, 2009

Adams State College sophmore goalkeeper Kirsten Dorsey has been named as the Oct. 20 and South Coloradan Athlete of the Week after she posted two shutouts and a minuscule 0.31 goals against average while helping the lead the Grizzly women’s soccer team to a 2-0-1 record. Dorsey was also named as the RMAC Defensive […]

Computing Services Maintenance for October 29th – evening maintenance

Banner Web will be down for 20-30 minutes while the ongoing  SSL certificate for the web issue is resolved. VMWare maintenance will be performed, includes Banner print server and forms server. Estimated downtime is 2-3 hours. Employee Email- Various employee email accounts will be moved by Logan in order to resolve some storage issues.  Individual […]

Computing Services Maintenance for October 29th, 2009

This Thursday, Computing Services will be changing the login authentication process for Self Service Banner (School Services) and banner related One-Stop services. This changes is necessary to prepare for the Banner8 conversion. This should be a transparent process for all users (staff, student, faculty).

Butchering the Bible

David Mazel South Coloradan Being an English professor is not all grading papers and corrupting the youth. Part of my job is keeping up with the culture, which is not always as fun as it sounds. Yesterday afternoon, for example, found me at to monitor the progress of the Conservative Bible Project.


My apology to all~ For those whom I hurt, For those who I disappointed, For those who frown daily,

Quiet Libraries, Socialized Healthcare, and Constitutional Cups of Coffee

Anthony Guerrero It’s been a couple of weeks my friends, and there’s lots to write about.  A couple of weeks ago I wrote an op-ed piece on the deconstruction of the quiet that is traditionally found in public libraries, and criticized our campus library for hosting lunchtime concerts, which feature instrumental music.  There were no […]

Monster Mash Dash

Ashley Grover Halloween is a time for costumes, fun and scary monsters. But it could also be a time for giving back to the community. La Puente will be hosting a 5-kilometer run/walk called the Monster Mash Dash on Halloween day. The run will be held at Cole Park on Saturday the 31st. Registration will […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet