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CS Maintenance for Thursday, April 25, 2013

The following maintenance activities will take place tonight, Thursday April 25th, 2013 during our normally scheduled maintenance window beginning at 9:00 PM: -Employee email services and file server services (home and shared directories) will be down from 9 PM until roughly 11 PM as we migrate these systems to our new KVM cluster. -Also beginning […]

There’s More to it Than Just Being at 14000 Feet

Kyle Bufis The Paw Print “I sometimes think of my life in civilization in comparison with the life in the open, for a man can live ten years of the ordinary existence in a large city without once experiencing the intense, overwhelming emotions that ten minutes of life in the wilderness often hold for him.”—Belmore […]

Should We Allow Such Freedom in the Wild West?

Jake Hughes The Paw Print In recent years, our environment and the way we have been treating it has been a heated topic that many say should be a top priority. Another controversial subject parallel to that is, of course, finding a clean, renewable energy source that doesn’t cause more damage to the environment and […]

Paranormal Discovery Club Finds EVPs

Rachel Decker The Paw Print Many believe that there is little to no science behind paranormal investigation, but that is far from the truth. Many professional investigation teams, including the ASU Paranormal Discovery Club, use a science-based approach to obtain evidence and test out claims that are made. One of the most common-knowledge pieces of […]

“Blue Atoms” Short Story Feature: Part Four

Richard Flamm The Paw Print The morning had turned to burning day on his skin. Brad looked around frantically, repeating, “What?” and “How?” All that was left of the barn was a single rotting board lying sideways in the yellow grass. Brad moved to pick it up, but as soon as his hand touched the […]

About the National Student Exchange Program

Helen Smith The Paw Print Have you ever wanted to study at a large university but found that the cost made it impossible? Well, with the National Student Exchange, it is now completely possible. The National Student Exchange is “a non-profit consortium of around 200 accredited colleges and universities in the United States, Canada, the […]

You Are What You Eat: The Study of Epigenomics

Tri-Beta Club Nutrition is important, right? People need to eat enough calories to maintain their metabolic rate, and eat a variety of foods to get all the necessary vitamins and minerals. They need to do this without ingesting extra energy, which would be stored as fat. Getting some antioxidants is beneficial as well. But there […]

Student Scholar: April 25

Rachel Decker The Paw Print 19-year-old Nicole Maxwell, Adams State freshman and Student Scholar of the Week, has already made a name for herself in the short time she has attended college. Maxwell has a passion for teaching and takes her education seriously, knowing that furthering her knowledge will be of great use to her […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet