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Posts from ‘September, 2011’

‘Green’ Options Available Around ASC Campus

Jose Orozco The Paw Print There has been a huge national movement within the last decade to “Think Green.”  Green has been designated the color of sustainability.  With implementation of renewable energy sources like windmill farms and solar power plants, cleaner water systems and recycling plants, and renewable resources of energy such as ethanol gas […]

Chevron Found Guilty in 18 Year Rainforest Pollution Case

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print In an impressive 18 year long legal battle with the Texaco Inc. Chevron, earlier this year residents of Ecuador’s rainforest won a closely monitored environmental case that finds the oil conglomerate guilty of rainforest pollution.  Excessive amounts of toxic petroleum sludge that was found in the rain forest region’s rivers […]

CIA and NYPD Spying on Muslim Communities

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print Recent investigations by the Associated Press have uncovered a secret partnership between the New York Police Department and the CIA, which has further intensified the blurred lines between foreign and domestic government spying. Since September 11, 2001 there has been a drastic change within the New York Police Department.  The […]

Conversation by Molina was a Huge Hit

Reggie Thompson The Paw Print Rapper and spoken word poet, Molina visited the Adams State campus on September 20th  in what he would call a “conversation” held in Carson Auditorium.

Putin to Try for Russian Presidency

Will Cameron The Paw Print Moscow – Vladimir Putin, current Prime Minister of Russia, has announced that he is planning to reclaim the Russian presidency in March of next year.  Putin served at this position from 2000 to 2008, but under new laws may be able to serve as president till 2024.

The Injustice of Domestic Abuse is Examined by the Theatre Department

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print The artistic talent, reputation and impact of the Adams State theater department are well established and continue to grow with each passing season.   The array of themes that the theater department has successfully tackled has proved their dedication to their craft and has allowed the department to win multiple state […]

The Heart of La Puente: HOPE Week Approaches

Stephany Nellessen La Puente Volunteer HOPE Week is made up of a series of events hosted by La Puente to raise awareness of homelessness in the San Luis Valley. 20.5 percent of the residents of the Valley live below the poverty line, including 31.8 percent of the children. La Puente is a non-profit organization that […]

College Checkered: On Friends with Benefits

Brenda Figueroa The Paw Print I’ve been noticing this happening lately: “Let’s be untitled, not get into the whole boyfriend/girlfriend titles.” That’s right, I’m speaking about the phenomenonon called “friends with benefits” and it seems to be a common occurrence at ASC. Friends with benefits have gained popularity in the dating scene as more college […]

New Amendments to the ASC Constitution

Due to the lack of interest shown towards assuming the Vice President of Finance position on the AS&F Student Government Executive Board, the current station is vacant. Willing individuals outside of the body have shown an interest in taking over this critical role; however, stipulations in the constitution (specifically Article IV. Section 2b.) prevent their […]

Prime Minister Putin to Run for President

Will Cameron The Paw Print This weekend, in a not-so-shocking newsflash from Russia, we find that Vladimir Putin will once again be running for president of Russia next spring.  Putin’s previous eight year term as president, and his consecutive run as prime minister, put him in position to secure these high political offices for 24 […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet