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Posts from ‘March, 2012’

MBA Hiring Continues to Grow Nation Wide

Becca Paez The Paw Print   According to an analysis of U.S. News data more MBA graduates are landing jobs  now than in the past two years. Of the 441 business schools surveyed by U.S. News, 135 provided job placement data for their 2011 graduates of full-time MBA programs in an annual survey. Among those schools, 78.8 percent of […]

Lemke Recieved Kellog Scholarsahip

Becca Paez The Paw Print   The McGraw-Hill/Kellog Developmental Educator Scholarships, which are designed to honor outstanding instructors that are dedicated to preparing students for college-level course work, was awarded to Karen Lemke. The nation’s longest running advanced training progam for developmental educators; the full scholarship was awarded to Lemke at the National Association for […]

Scientists Warn of Reaching Greenhouse Gas Threshold

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print   Scientists are warning that the world is on the verge of reaching critical thresholds where damage from global warming will become irreversible at a conference entitled “Planet under Pressure,” meeting in London through the week of March 26. One scientist called this “the critical decade” for curbing global warming, […]

College Checkered: Letter Dedicated to You, Wherever You May Be

Brenda Figueroa The Paw Print   Dear YOU, Wonderful, adoring, beautiful, you, I can’t wait until we meet someday. I’m not waiting around in my room for someone like you, I’m out dating, meeting new people, and I guess in a way, growing somewhat before we become something. You see, we’re going to be amazing […]

Obama’s Hypocrisy Grows With Each Drone Attack

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print   Exposing an issue which has been continually marginalized by corporate media, the ACLU is suing the Obama administration under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), seeking to force disclosure of the guidelines used by Obama officials to select which human beings (both U.S. citizens and foreign nationals) will have […]

Scholar of the Week: March 29

Rachel Decker The Paw Print   Twenty two-year-old Kenneth Babcock is a hard-working and devoted student at Adams State College, and he has earned his spot as this week’s Scholar of the Week. With three majors, a 3.5 GPA, and thoughts of pursuing another degree after his time at Adams, Kenneth has his hands full. […]

ASC’s Dirty Little Column with the Delicious Doctor Love

Dr. Chocolate Thunder is not real doctor or mental health professional. The doctor’s advice should not be taken seriously.** Dear DLC, Okay so hers the deal I’m NOT the kind of guy to hook with a girl without getting to know her first. I have a 2-month rule. Anyways last weekend I hooked up with […]

Student Art Gallery Captures Emotion of the Moment

Armando Montano The Paw Print   The Hatfield Gallery here at Adams State College is currently showing a student-based gallery entitled “Caught in the Act,” allowing for some of the talented students here at ASC to come together and showcase their interpretation of that exact phrase. The gallery is meant to demonstrate the human and […]

Computing Services Maintenance for Thursday, 3/22 and Banner downtime Saturday, 3/24

The following maintenance activities will take place this Thursday (3/22) beginning at 9 PM: The campus blog server, email list server, and how-to server will be rebooted after critical security patches are installed. User impact should be minimal. All employee PCs and TEC Classroom PCs will receive critical security patches. Employees are encouraged to leave […]

Sports Schedule: March 22-April1

Thursday, March 22nd 3 p.m. (DH) Developmental Softball vs. Lamar CC ASC Softball Field Friday, March 23rd 2 p.m. Outdoor Track & Field at CSU-Pueblo Open (Hammer/Javelin Throws) Pueblo, Colo. 3 p.m. Men’s Lacrosse vs. Notre Dame de Namur ASC Lacrosse & Soccer Field 6 p.m. Arby’s High School All-Star Basketball Game Plachy Hall is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet