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Learning to Stay Humble in a Competitive Society

Megan Smith The Paw Print Some times as college students we spend so much time focusing on reaching our goals and getting our degree that we forget one of the most important aspects of the college experience. Which is learning how to be humble. Humility is not something that comes naturally to most, especially in […]

Searching for Answers to the Gender Wage Gap

Toni Steffens-Steward The Paw Print I, like many others, have heard before about the gender gap, where women are paid less than men for the same work. Unfortunately, like many others, I hadn’t ever given it a lot of thought. I suppose the main reason that this information had never really affected me was that […]

College Checkered: A Few Thanks and Some Final Thoughts

Brenda Figueroa The Paw Print Final thoughts: Here’s to my last column of the semester! I have compiled a list of closing thoughts: To the wonderful ladies in my life: Thank you for giving me a chance to be a friend to you. It’s hard to find good lady friends. Especially for someone who’s used […]

Heart of La Puente: The Value of a Thank you

Eva Decker La Puente Volunteer La Puente holds a weekly Writer’s Workshop for clients, volunteers, and the community to come and share their stories while gaining feedback and suggestions for their writing. The workshop is taking a short break for the holiday season and will convene after Jan. 1, every Wednesday at 7 p.m. in […]

UN Climate Summit Proves Ineffective in Creating a Climate Plan

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print The annually held United Nations climate summit arrived in Durbin, South Africa this week and quite ironically, the night before the conference record breaking torrential downpours in Durbin claimed the lives of ten people in the bayside city of 3.5 million.  Seven hundred homes were destroyed in the resulting landslide.  […]

EPA Investigates Fracking in Las Animas County

Will Cameron The Paw Print As our great county continues it’s quest to satisfy the insatiable thirst for crude oil and natural gas that has plagued us since the invention of the combustion engine, it’s high time to question the techniques used to acquire these valuable commodities. Since it has long been accepted that we […]

Music Department’s 2011 Winterfest Features Holiday Favorites

Beca Paez The Paw Print The Adams State College Music Department’s Winterfest 2011 Concert featured holiday favorites performed by the ASC Concert Choir, Jazz Band, 68 West, and Chamber Choir, Steel Drums, Orchestra, Concert Band, Brass Quartet, Tripping Upstairs and others. Winterfest opened with Chamber Choir and their spectacular deliverance of Carol of the Bells […]

ASC’s Dirty Little Colun 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 prudent and perverted readers, if you’re looking for something to take your mind off of Finals, shoot the DLC a holiday-themed question. Maybe you got extra-special treatment from the creeper in the […]

ASC Theatre Rings in the Holiday Season with A Christmas Carol

Ryan Dufresne The Paw Print The Adams State Theatre Department’s Christmas show, A Christmas Carol, brings the magic of Charles Dickens to the stage, directed by Dr. John Taylor. The show premiered on Dec. 3 and closes on Dec. 11. The cast of this show brings their own unique style to their characters. With intense […]

Author Kathy Parks Celebrates Publication of Autobiography

Marlene Conner The Paw Print Darwin, a small almost ghost town, hidden in the Mojave Desert is where Kathy Parks lived and learned about art and life; turning her into the strong, independent woman she is today. Seeing into Stone is her autobiography about how a young artist found her way and path in life […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet