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Posts from ‘September, 2010’

Movie Review Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps

Anthony Guerrero The Paw Print This decent sequel comes twenty-three years after the original 1987’s Wall Street. It is the first time director Oliver Stone has made a sequel to one of his films. The film most noticeably stars Michael Douglas in a reprise of his role as Gordon Gekko for which he won an […]

Faculty Lecture Series: Dr. Linda Christian

Jazmine Porras The Paw Print It is seven o’clock and most students are rushing towards their television screens to watch the new installment of their favorite show. It is just like any other night on campus, except last Wednesday, the 22 of September, was the first lecture in the ASC Faculty Lecture Series.

Two Rooms October 7-10

James Williams The Paw Print The Adams State College Theatre department opens the 2010-11 season, its tenth year in the ASC Theatre building, with “Two Rooms” a dramatic love story surrounded by the complications created by international politics and terrorism. Written by Lee Blessing in 1988, “Two Rooms” is as relevant today as it was […]

ASC Presents “A Change in Time” Show

Kim Vialpando The Paw Print This past weekend Zacheis Planetarium presented “A Change In Time.” The event was held Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, and was free and open to ASC college students, faculty, and the community members.

Two Rooms Aims to Please

James WIlliams The Paw Print The Adams State College Theatre department opens the 2010-11 season, its tenth year in the ASC Theatre building, with “Two Rooms” a dramatic love story surrounded by the complications created by international politics and terrorism. Written by Lee Blessing in 1988, “Two Rooms” is as relevant today as it was […]

Senate Blocks Defense Bill, Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Repealed, and Dream Act

Anthony Guerrero The Paw Print On Tuesday, September 21, 2010 all Senate Republicans and two Senate Democrats filibustered the FY 2011 Defense Authorization Bill. The bill was blocked from passage on a 56-43 vote. Democrats would have needed 60 votes to overcome any Republican objections. Democratic senators Blanche Lincoln and Mark Pryor joined every single […]

H.O.P.E Week Kicks Off Documentary and Candlelight Vigil

Toni Steffns The Paw Print La Puente is holding H.O.P.E. (Homeless Organizations Promoting Education) to help people gain a deeper understanding of the complexity and some of the common causes of homelessness.

AS&F Announces Changes to Fall Semester Schedule

James Williams The Paw Print The Associated Students and Faculty of Adams State College held its first quarterly meeting of the semester on Monday, September 27, and announced the plans for changes to next year’s academic calendar in addition to approving requested funding from an assortment of clubs and organizations.

ASC Volunteer Fair Successfully Recruits Students

Jesse Medina The Paw Print What event has a myriad of booths, drums pounding out an especially upbeat background rhythm, and more food than you can shake a stick at? No it’s not the Colorado State Fair it’s the Adams State College Volunteer Fair. The Volunteer fair is an annual event held by the ASC […]

ASC sets new enrollment record

Larger freshman class,
growing graduate programs,
improved student retention

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