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Posts from ‘May, 2010’

Wreford and the Presidential Teacher’s Award

Cody Schuman The Paw Print For the third consecutive year, Dave Wreford of the English Department, received the most nominations for Adams State’s Presidential Teacher Award. Unfortunately, he finds himself in the same boat as the previous two years – ineligible.

Stress, Stressors, and Solutions

HPPE 120 Class Stress is part of life no matter how hard a person tries to avoid it.  Students at ASC are no exception to this rule.  When students in Betty Block’s HPPE 120 Concepts in Wellness looked into the issue of stress at ASC, they learned a lot about stress, stressors, and solutions.  What […]

Letter from DLC: Summer Holiday

Since the summer holiday is coming up, Drs Goodlove and Toughlove thought now might be a good time to pass along a few words of wisdom and advice about a variety of summer…activities.  Some of these include: summer hair removal and grooming protocol, outdoor shenanigans, getting a summer fling, getting RID of a summer fling, […]

“Plastic Beach” Falls Short of Expectations

Toni Ortivez The Paw Print As the school semester winds down, there will be songs that remind us of the past year and fun times with friends. Summer becomes a time to create new memories and to discover new music. Concerts will inevitably be attended, and radios blared around friends. However, what songs will be […]

Police Report: March 3- April 26

3/6/2010                        1458hrs                        Welfare Check            Coronado Hall                        Report 3/8/2010                                                Moving Violation            Murphy Street                        Report 3/10/2010            1925hrs                        Poss. Illegal Weapon            Coronado Hall                                Arrest/Open

Letter to ASC Students

Dear ASC Students: Before the spring semester concludes, I want to share information regarding tuition and fees for the 2010-11 academic year, as well as new opportunities for financial aid and scholarships.

Arizona Immigtration Laws

Anthony Guerrero The Paw Print            It is a sad time for the United States of America, as Arizona has passed a new “immigration law” which borders on similarities to Nazi Germany.  This law would make it illegal to be in Arizona as an illegal immigrant.  But that’s not where the problem lies.  It lies in […]

La Puente: Hospital Dining Goes Green

Gina Akers The Paw Print As part of La Puente’s Hunger Education Week, a series of articles has been written and published in the Valley Courier highlighting different organizations and individuals who are doing work to combat hunger and diet-related issues.  This is one of the articles in the series, highlighting SLV Regional Medical Center’s […]

Sports Schedule: May 9- 29

Sunday, May 9th 9 a.m.    Outdoor Track & Field at RMAC Championships    Pueblo, Colo. Monday, May 10th 9 a.m.    Outdoor Track & Field at RMAC Championships    Pueblo, Colo. is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet