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ASC’s Dr. Andrews Selected to Attend Bhuta Institute

Linda Relyea Adams State College Dr. Barb Andrews was chosen as on of 12 individuals who will receive the honor of attending the Bhutan Institute in October. “It is a once in a lifetime experience,” Andrews said. “I am truly honored to have been chosen.” According to Dr. Theodore Remley, Jr., professor and Batten Endowed […]

How Important is Your Morning Caffeine Fix

Megan Smith The Paw Print Many students and staff on the Adams State College Campus were looking forward to having a coffee spot in the new McDaniel building’ which will include space for some sort of concessions. The first floor will also include another study lounge, 24-hour access student computer lab, and Wi-Fi connectivity. Construction […]

ASC Takes as Stand AGainst Suicide With a New Grant

Jose Orozo The Paw Print Suicide is something that many people have to deal with even if they do not want to. It is estimated that about every 20 minutes there is at least one person to commit suicide. More men succeed at committing suicide, but more women attempt it. Depending on the source, suicide […]

Dr. Finney Exposes the Pro-War Agenda of News Coverage

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print The widely established belief that professional American and international media cong-lomerates are reputable sources of un-biased, fact finding news was poignantly critiqued, during the first of a series of fall Faculty Lectures aimed at raising the consciousness of student, faculty and community members.  

ASC’s Dirty Little Column with the Delicious Doctors Love

Dr. Chocolate Thunder and Professor Vanilla Lightning are not real doctors or mental health professionals. Their advice should not be taken seriously.** Dear DLC, Okay, so my friend has this girl stalking him. She always shows up wherever he is, even when no one else knows where he went. My other friends and I keep […]

Jones’ Nuclear Science Career Ignited at ASC

Linda Relyea Adams State College ALAMOSA ‑ Born in a log cabin in Hooper, Colo., Tom Jones ’52 went on to devote his career to assuring his country’s security. He retired in 1991 after 31 years with the Atomic Energy Commission, having served for a time as Director of U.S. Nuclear Weapons Production. Jones and […]

Facial Highlights, a Way to Create an Eye-catching Look

Irma Sandoval The Paw Print Highlighters are made to bring attention to the most important points in your notes or book right? Have you ever thought about highlighting your face? No, I’m not talking about with a sharpie! I’m talking about using make up to bring focus to the best features on your face. Highlighting […]

Adventure, Excitement, and Comraderie at Sci-Fi Club

Derek Chacon The Paw Print Let’s face it; people like their science fiction and fantasy. Just look at the top ten highest grossing films of all time – Avatar, Harry Potter, Transformers – just to name a few. Whether we fully embrace our nerdiness, or try to keep it subdued to a more subtle level, […]

Cause of Terror: Ron Paul Gets it Right

Dr. Mark Finney Assistant Professor of Mass Communication On Monday night the Republican presidential field faced each other in the first, ever CNN/Tea Party debate. Most of the arguments were what you’d expect to hear. We got the talking points on Social Security from Governor Perry, the anti-tax tirade from Michelle Bachmann, etc.

College Checkered

Brenda Fiueroa The Paw Print Welcome to my weekly column. My name is Brenda Figueroa-Gonzalez and I am a senior at Adams State College. College Checkered will be my way to share my experiences at ASC and to write about topics I find interesting that are relevant to all of us. My hope is that […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet