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Posts from ‘February, 2011’

Computing Services Maintenance for Thursday, February 24th, 2011

The following maintenance activities will take place beginning at 9 PM during our normally scheduled maintenance window: All Employee computers will receive an update to prepare for the upcoming transition to Banner logins over https. Employees are urged to leave their computers on but log off before leaving work for the day. All Banner services […]

Motivation, Hope Can Come from Unlikely Sources

Kristopher Rodgers The Paw Print  “Procrastination is like masturbation; it feels good at first, but in the end you’re only screwing yourself.” ~ Author unknown I have some major issues with procrastination. I can never find the motivation to do my work until right before it is due. For example, I should have written […]

International Liberations Present Opportunities for Change

Armando Montano The Paw Print As many are aware, several of the countries of the third world are now rising against their established governments in hope to gain new leadership, in light of the liberation of Egypt from their dictatorship. This desire for change has begun to take effect in the very edges of our […]

Religion and Politics in the Public Sphere

Dr. David Mazel Adams State College In a liberal democracy like the United States, when religious people step into the public sphere and argue for turning the government into an instrument of their theology, they open their faith up to public criticism. It cannot fairly be otherwise. If the marketplace of ideas is to function […]

Unrest in Egypt Continues to Plague Middle East

Jesse Medina The Paw Print Unrest continues in the Middle East, except this time it comes from an unusual source. Egypt is experiencing civil unrest that has not been experienced in the region for a number of decades. The riots seemed to have been geared toward the overthrow, or at the least, resignation of Egyptian […]

Lipke Piano Recital Scheduled for Feb. 27

Linda Relyea Adams State College Dr. William Lipke’s, Adams State College professor of music, faculty piano recital begins at 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 27, in Leon Recital Hall. The program will include music of Chopin, Schumann, and others. Lipke has performed with musicians of international stature such as the Ying Quartet (four different seasons) and […]

Final Presidential Teacher Award Voting Underway

Armando Montano The Paw Print Adams State College is currently preparing the final nominations for the fourth annual Presidential Teacher Award presentations. This award is given to outstanding professors in acknowledgment of the dedication to their students.  It also recognizes the extraordinary help these professors offer through their teaching, advising, and mentoring. Last fall, Dr. […]

ASC’s Dirty Little 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, I’ve been seeing this guy for a few weeks.  It seems like every time we get together, we always get drunk.  We’ve hooked up, and the drinking never really bothered me.  […]

One Moment Changed To One Dream and One Inspiration

Paul Pizza The Paw Print As I sit here in the final moments leading up to the beginning of Major League Baseball’s spring training, I reminisce the great moments that both the Colorado Rockies and the MLB have brought me over the course of the past 19 years.  Baseball to some is just a sport, […]

Bustos Grabs All-Time ASC Scoring Record in Senior Night Victory

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Senior Vera Jo Bustos cemented her status as one of ASC women’s basketball all-time greats by taking over the school’s career scoring record with her 1,719th point during her final regular-season game at Plachy Hall, as the Grizzlies celebrated Senior Night with an 81-52 win over Colorado Mines. The win […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet