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Posts from ‘October, 2011’

Why a Flat Tax is Neither Flat nor Fair

Mark Finney Journalism Department In the last two weeks, two candidates for the Republican nomination for president have proposed to institute a flat tax in lieu of our current tax system.  Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 plan would impose a flat rate of 9 percent on just about everything and everyone and Governor Perry’s plan would impose […]

Solar Panels Installed on Plachy Hall Help Sustainability Effort

Jose Orozco The Paw Print Adams State College is turning green. If you haven’t noticed the newest addition to our sustainability efforts on campus, go check out Plachy Hall. New solar panels are in the process of being installed on the roof.  The project is headed by the Namaste Solar Electric team and they have […]

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, They guy I’m really into is throwing a huge Halloween Party. I’m super excited to go, which costume do you think would get his attention in a good way?

Movie Reviews: Halloween-Time for Iconic Witches

Raptor and Slacker The Paw Print Raptor and Slacker love movies.  We really love movies!  And we have decided to share some of our movie thoughts with you.  Sometimes we will watch new movies in theaters or on DVD, and sometimes we will watch some of our old favorites that we want to share with […]

Chemistry Magic Show an Evening of Entertaining Science

Jennifer George The Paw Print The Chemistry Magic Show has become a tradition at Adams State College over the last twenty years.  It is an opportunity for students to share what they have learned and also to entertain the community. This year the science department performed in front of an almost full house, with most […]

Scholar of the Week: October 27

Rachel Decker The Paw Print Not many students have such a deep appreciation and understanding for music as Eliot Mickelson, who is one of Adams State’s brightest, most promising students. Eliot graduated from Taos High School with an outstanding 4.0 grade point average throughout his entire four years. He was involved in theater and guitar […]

Luther Bean Museum Holds a Collection of Rare Treasure

Rachel Decker The Paw Print History buffs out there looking for a great place to see rare artifacts and learn things about cultures never known before, can find it at Adams State College’s own Luther Bean Museum. The Luther Bean Museum is housed in the oldest building of Adams State College, Richardson Hall, in what […]

Associated Student and Faculty Discusses Bill ASF111221

Savannah Schlaufman The Paw Print Monday, Oct. 24 the Adams State Student & Faculty Senate convened in Business 142. Presided over by President Matthew Martinez, the focus of the meeting was AS&F Bill ASF111221, written by Chief Justice Amber Harlan and Sponsored by Loraine Glidewell, Senator of Math, Science, and Technology.  The bill proposed two […]

Bringing Awareness to the Trauma of Domestic Violence

Jose Orozco The Paw Print A child cries and the sound echoes through an empty hall. The neighbors close their doors and shut their windows. The perpetrator strikes again, leaving three children as victims and their parent as the fourth. If not helped to break the cycle devastated children may continue in the footsteps of […]

SandHill Review Set to Publish for the Fall Season

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print Imaginative literary expression either through poetry, short fiction and creative nonfiction coupled with artistic talent will be demonstrated in the first of two yearly editions of the “SandHill Review” for 2011-12. The literary magazine provides space for ASC community members and alumni to have their creative works read and seen […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet