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Posts from ‘September, 2012’

The Greatest and Most Epic Game in the World

Jake Hughes The Paw Print So, after thinking long and hard about what to write in this week’s article, I found myself pondering a number of different topics and issues flying around the world right now. I could talk about something really fun like the situation of the economy, or I could talk about something […]

La Puente Finds Extra Room for Dinner Guests

Hannah Llika La Puente Volunteer As I returned from the Thursday morning City Market pickup, I could see the fence already filled up with migrant workers waiting to hear about the day’s work. My day had just begun, and like every other Thursday, I was wondering how I would manage getting all these donations inside- […]

ASU’s Dirty Little Column with Doitright and the Don

Dr. Doitright and Don Juan are  not a real doctors or mental health professionals. The doctors’ advice should  not be taken seriously. Dear DLC, Can your relationship work if your partner is in love with her best friend? My girlfriend tells me she is in love with the guy she grew up with, the guy […]

ASU Theatre Program Presents: Nickel and Dimed

Ryan Dufresne The Paw Print Adams State University’s theatre program has officially started its first production for the community this year. Dr. John Taylor directs, Nickel and Dimed. This production follows a girl’s experiences to see if she can live off of minimum wage. This show has fantastic music to transition from one scene to […]

Human Rights, Photography, and the Guatemalan Dirty War

Nathan Crites-Herrer The Paw Print Out of all the countries that make up Latin America, Guatemala is rarely ever mentioned in international news and many people know little to nothing about its people and turbulent past. Political violence and state sponsored terror are common themes in Guatemala, which contains a majority population of Indigenous peoples […]

Student Scholar: September 27

Rachel Decker The Paw Print Student scholar of the week Matt Wesley is one of the more notable faces around campus. Not only is he a top student working hard towards graduation, he is also a prominent actor on campus. Wesley, a junior here at Adams State, is a theatre major with a passion for […]

Computing Services Maintenance for Thursday, 9/27 & Banner Downtime this Sunday, 9/30

The following maintenance activities will take place beginning at 9 PM during our normally scheduled maintenance window: -Employee computers will receive extremely critical zero-day security patches. Employees are encouraged to log out of their computers but leave them turned on when leaving work for the day to ensure these critical patches get applied as soon […]

“My Vote Doesn’t Matter”:

Below you will find a article from Paul Lobe…

Purchases for Homecoming

Please submit a Purchase Requisition to the Purchasing Office so that you can obtain a Purchase Order,  to purchase goods needed for Homecoming, or other events, and if they are purchasing any food (meals, refreshments, snacks) they need to submit an Official Function form, prior to making a purchase.  Please DO NOT purchase anything out-of-pocket but […]

Football Wins Eleventh Straight Colorado Classic

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print     The Adams State University football team took down Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) rival Western State on Saturday by a score of 43-14 to bring home their eleventh straight Colorado Classic victory. The win puts the Grizzlies at 3-0 overall and 1-0 in conference play. The Mountaineers fall […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet