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Posts on ‘November 10th, 2010’

Heart of La Puente

Jenna Richlie The Paw Print So…. what are you doing today? Monday 10 cents shy of a 50 cent town Uncle Sam threw a crutch at my surgical operation I live on your block.

Hickenlooper Wins Over Voters

Anthony Guerrero The Paw Print For all the political ads we saw this election year, and all the sound bytes, speeches, attacks on patriotism and character, there is one thing we did not see. That was a negative ad on an opponent from our Governor-Elect John Hickenlooper. Governor-Elect Hickenlooper won the trust of the voters […]

The Monster Mash Dash in Alamosa: Fun, Food, Costumes, Community

Cassie Mitchel The Paw Print Thank you to those who participated in and volunteered at the Monster Mash Dash on Saturday, October 30. Volunteers from La Puente, as well as students from Adams Sate College’s Organization/Administration of PE class, helped put on the 5k race. The money raised,, along with any canned goods collected from […]

The ASC’s Dirty Little Secret Column With the Delicious Dr. Love’s

Dr. Chocolate Thunder and Professor Vanilla Lightning are not real doctors or mental health professionals. Their advice should not be taken seriously. Dear DLC, A few weeks ago, my boyfriend cheated on me; even after he confessed and apologized I was really bummed about it. This past weekend, I went out with my friends, we […]

Community Profile: What You Should Know About Monte Vista

Anthony Guerrero The Paw Print Tired of Alamosa? Well rest-assured you are not alone. However, the San Luis Valley is home to some of the most beautiful and scenic communities in Colorado. Driving around the San Luis Valley, you will soon come to a small city known as Monte Vista. It seems small and uneventful […]

Tu Casa and SASO Team Up to Host a Platica on Machismo

Jesse Medina The Paw Print A platica on machismo was held on Tuesday, November 9 at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. The event was co-sponsored by SASO or the Sexual Assault Services Organization. A Platica is defined as a feminine noun which means to talk, or lecture. The topic of this platica was Machismo in […]

Study in Mexico Program Offeres Immersion in Spanish Language

Linda Relyea Adams State College The birthplace of Diego Rivera, Guanajuato, Mexico, is rich in history, culture and art. The colorful city bursts with tourists with a taste for great food and an appreciation of the city’s rich architecture. The Adams State College Study in Mexico Program celebrates the character of the city and offers […]

Adams State Joint Choir Concert at Sacred Heart Huge Success

Samantha Saville The Paw Print The choir concert Friday night at the Sacred Heart Church was a huge success. Dr. Beth Robison the choir professor teamed up with Dr. Sarah Owens, professor of English, to conduct a historically correct medieval-renaissance concert.  The plans for this concert started mid-summer and the chamber choir and concert choir […]

University of Colorado Jounralism depatment Visits Adams State

Toni Steffens The Paw Print Adams State College students participated in a workshop on Nov. 3 organized by the University of Colorado (UC) School of Journalism and Mass Communication (SJMC). SJMC Outreach Director Alan Kirkpatrick and broadcast production journalism instructor Paul Daugherty are a part of the outreach program that was established to help empower […]

McDaniel Makes Second Largest Donation in ASC History

Lance Hostetter The Paw Print Adams State College and Emeritus Professor John McDaniel announced the second largest donation to ASC last Thursday at the Donor Recognition Dinner. ASC honored Dr. McDaniel with the Billy Adams Award which recognizes continued dedication to education and ASC.  Dr. McDaniel established over thirty individual scholarship funds in 1999 and […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet