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Results of V.P. External Affairs Special Election

Totals shown are total number of vote cast for a candidate by faculty and staff. Ben Evans 95 votes Matt Anderson 64 votes Alfred Petross 63 votes Natalie Iwamoto 32 votes Austin Rahskopf 8 votes Congratulation to all the candidate on your hard fought battle.  AS&F is thankful for your interest would like you all […]

CS Maintenance tonight (9/5/13) and Banner Maintenance Saturday

The following maintenance activities will take place Thursday September 5, 2013 during our normally scheduled maintenance window beginning at 9:00 PM: At 9:00 PM, we will be installing critical security patches on our Microsoft Active Directory and Print Servers. Interruption to Active Directory and printing functions should be minimal. ***Banner Maintenance on Saturday, September 7th*** […]

Escuela Zapatista: Justicia Social Como Forma de Vida

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print Entre el 11 y el 17 de agosto, los zapatistas trajeron a más de 1.500 personas a sus comunidades para asistir a la Escuelita Zapatista. De acuerdo con un comunicado del EZLN de febrero pasado, en una curso titulado Libertad según las Zapatistas: Gobierno Autónomo I, nuestras compas bases de […]

September 11th Walk of Abundance

Campus Ministry Labyrinths have been used in ways both playful and profound since ancient times. The public is invited to take part in a labyrinth “Walk of Abundance” at the ASU campus on Wednesday, September 11. On this day, visitors are asked to bring non-perishable food items to lie along the labyrinth path. The grand […]

San Luis Valley Cultural Lectures Offered for Free

Linda Relyea ALAMOSA (August 29) – Over the centuries the unique culture of the San Luis Valley has remained vibrant. Impressed by a heritage they share with family and community, a group of Adams State staff and faculty organized the Title V Hilos Culturales lecture series, “Lifeways of the San Luis Valley.” Community members are […]

Adams University Cook-Off Set for September 14th

Linda Relyea ALAMOSA (August 30) – Sensational cooks and chili lovers plan to attend the ever-popular Adams State University Autumn@Adams Cook-Off starting at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, on the North Campus Green. Enter your special recipe for red or green chili or salsa for $10 and receive up to $150 for first place. Tickets […]

Adams State University Cares Volunteer Events

Linda Relyea ALAMOSA (September 3)     Fall semester at Adams State University means it is once again time for the annual ASU Cares volunteer events. ASU Cares is among the many ways the university encourages its students, faculty, and staff to tangibly engage within the community in a spirit of service and camaraderie. San Luis Valley […]

Adams State Planetarium Offers Free September Movies

Linda Relyea ALAMOSA (August 30)  The Adams State University Zacheis Planetarium  will be offering programming that includes free shows through the month of September. Thursday evening programs start at 7:00 p.m. and 7:45 p.m. Doors will open at 6:45 p.m. The Planetarium will offer a live earth program on September 5. September 12 will include […]

The Future of Nuclear Energy in America

Richard Flamm The Paw Print Nuclear power in the United Sates is at a crossroads. According to Forbes, up to 39 percent of the current nuclear industry workforce is eligible for retirement in the next four years.  Despite this rapid waning, some theorists believe that nuclear energy is the bright-future solution for humanity’s need for […]

Finding Meaning and Purpose in College Education

Pauline Vigil The Paw Print Why am I here? What is the meaning of college? What is my life’s purpose? These big questions are what many people have been asking for centuries. However, recently it is being acknowledged that college students are asking these big life questions and seeking the answers while in college. Everyone […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet