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Posts from ‘December, 2012’

Computing Services Maintenance for Thursday, December 20th, 2012

The following maintenance activities will take place today (12/20): -In order to take advantage of the greatly reduced number of students on campus, we will be performing an upgrade to our wireless system at 4:00 PM. This will result in an outage of roughly 30 minutes for anyone connecting to the ASUwifi wireless network. -We […]

Congratulation all Graduates

AS&F  would like to congratulate all of the 155 Graduates.  Thank you to Zoila Gomez, Adams State Class of 2004, her message helped to define the great accomplishment attained by you the Graduates.

Reflection Report (20 points)   Your semester report should be a culmination of all projects and endeavors you and your committee have taken on and accomplished this semester. Overview of semester goals and a progress report for each goal Strategies used and successes and drawbacks of your strategies Future projects and timeline for project completion […]

Banner upgrade and downtime this Saturday, 12/15

Computing Services will be performing an upgrade to the Banner system beginning at 8 AM and lasting until approximately 12:00 noon. During this time, ALL Production Banner services including forms, School Services, and Banner Printing will be unavailable. We know that there is never an ideal time to perform maintenance, but Computing Services attempts to […]

Deadline for V.P of Internal Affairs Packets is Friday

Just a reminder Friday is the last day to turn packets for V.P. Internal Affairs.   The deadline is 5pm. If you have any questions feel free to call or email us. Good luck the rest of the week.

Deja Vu

Jake Hughes The Paw Print This phenomenon or glitch in the matrix leaves the beholder thinking of a higher spirit or thinking of a past life. Deja Vu is a feeling of having experienced something in the past in spite of the experience being a new one. Some attribute it to disorders in brain while […]

College Checkered: Final Thoughts and Closing Statements

Brenda Figuero The Paw Print •           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 to just hanging out with dudes. On a more specific note, I want to thank Anna Dean […]

La Puente Home

Erin Melody La Puente Volunteer   The San Luis Valley experiences a great deal of economic hardship due to its lack of job opportunities and geographic isolation, and in 2009, 20.5 percent of its residents were estimated to be below the poverty line. Homelessness has been a long running problem in this area, and many […]

ASU Volleyball Heads to Regional Tournament

Dominique Davis The Paw Print   The Grizzlies set off this week for the NCAA tournament in Denver for the first time in school history. The Grizzlies found out that they would be playing the Angelo State Belles at Regis University last Sunday and had been anxious ever since. The Grizzlies were more than ready […]

Time to Change our Behavior

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print   Over the weekend, the sports world was shocked by a saddening event within the Kansas City Chiefs organization. Twenty-five-year-old linebacker Javon Belcher fatally shot his 22-year-old girlfriend at their house before driving to team facilities and taking his own life in front of the team’s general manager and head […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet