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Educators Hall of Fame Honors Local Teachers

Armando Montano The Paw Print   The Teacher Education Department at Adams recently sought nominations from students and the community for outstanding educators for the ASC Educators Hall of Fame. The applicants for the Hall of Fame sought are from all over the San Luis Valley and are meant to reflect the excellence of all professional […]

Driftwood Fire Brings an Interesting Sound to ASC

Kellicia Morse The Paw Print   Driftwood Fire came to Adams State College to perform in Leon Memorial Hall, the Veterans Club Banquet, and at Vistas Restaurant during the last week of March. The concert was held in Leon on Thursday, March 29 at 6 p.m. and was hosted by the Grizzly Activity Board (GAB). […]

Model UN Travels to Geneva

Toni Steffens-Steward The Paw Print   Members of the Adams State College Model UN team traveled to Geneva, Switzerland for the annual Model United Nations conference. Up against teams from the London School of Economics and the Geneva Graduate Institute the ASC team brought home two awards which tied them with Pace University for the […]

Counseling and Career Services Offer ASIST

Toni Steffens-Steward The Paw Print   Counseling and Career Services at Adams State College offers a variety of programs to help students be successful in their college experience and outside of their educational pursuits. Services offered include career, counseling and prevention through the department to help and encourage students. This year Laurel Carter was brought […]

From Till to Martin, Legacy of Racism Continues

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print   With the forty-fourth anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on April 4, it once again seems that the racial equality which King and other human rights activists have struggled for is far from a reality in America. Trayvon Martin, a black youth shot dead earlier […]

Hunger Education, Feinstein Challenge Raise Awareness

Stephany Nellessen La Puente Volunteer From April 22 to April 28, La Puente is partnering with the community and with other service agencies in the San Luis Valley to coordinate Hunger Education Week. For more information on how we work to combat hunger in the SLV or how you can get involved, please call La […]

College Checkered: Ever Wondered About Your Impact?

Brenda Figueroa The Paw Print What do you actually contribute in this world? I worry rather than wonder most of the time. Mainly, it’s because I feel like if I haven’t impacted someone or something while being on this planet, regardless of my accomplishments, in someway I have failed some kind of purpose. We all […]

Pledge of Allegiance Not a Tradition on Most College Campuses

Dr. Ed Crowther Chair of History, Government and Philosophy   Today’s readers may be too young to remember police sergeant Joe Friday’s trope: “Just the facts, ma’am,” but getting the facts before making an argument apparently isn’t part of the rhetorical repertoire for Chief of Police Joel Schultz’s missive regarding the Pledge of Allegiance. In […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet