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Next STEM Saturday, Sept. 28 Focuses on Biology

ALAMOSA (September 23) –Adams State University presents two free STEM Saturdays this week. “Biology with computers: plants, animals, and the gases they use,” by Dr. Kristy Duran, assistant professor of biology, will be held from 9 a.m. until noon, September 28, in Porter Hall room 135. Duran’s workshop is appropriate for grades 4-6. From noon […]

Adams State Names Margaret Doell Assistant VP

Julie Waechter The Paw Print ALAMOSA, CO. (Sept. 18, 2013) . . . Adams State University President, David Svaldi, recently appointed Professor Margaret Doell as Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs. She will serve half-time in that role for this academic year, while continuing her duties as chair of the Art Department. As assistant to […]

Lifeways Concert Features Frank McCullock

Linda Relyea The Paw Print ALAMOSA (September 17) – As part of the “Lifeways of the San Luis Valley” lecture series, the Adams State University Title V Hilos Culturales presents the La Musica de la Gente Concert, with Frank McCulloch, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 1, in Leon Memorial Hall. Frank McCulloch y Sus Amigos […]

HOPE WEEK: An Introduction to Things to Come

Caitie RYAN-NORTON The Paw Print Every year La Puente hosts HOPE Week, a series of community events designed to promote understanding and boost education about homelessness. In the last few years, La Puente has focused on one particular issue or topic surrounding homelessness; this year the focus is on families. For more information please visit […]

Wilkinson Completes New Museum Mural

Mary Hoffman The Paw Print Images depicting historic figures, beautiful landscapes, significant landmarks, and timeless symbols cover the north wall of the San Luis Valley museum – reflecting the diverse heritage of the San Luis Valley. Last week, Adams State University alumnus Ian Wilkinson completed the museum’s mural, located on Fourth St. and Hunt Ave. […]

NSA Reform Bill Reaches Congress Floor

Richard Flamm The Paw Print An NSA bill to reform U.S. government surveillance is on the floor in Congress. The bipartisan bill represents a coalition of both parties in an effort to address the immensely unpopular American surveillance program that was recently brought to light by the polarizing Edward Snowden. According to the Guardian, “It […]

UPCOMING SPORTS EVENTS September 26 – October 2

Volleyball Friday 9/27 • 7 p.m. Plachy Hall Vs. CSU-Pueblo Volleyball Saturday 9/28 • 3 p.m. Plachy Hall Vs. NM Highlands Football Saturday 9/28 • 6 p.m. Rex Stadium Vs. CSU-Pueblo Women’s Soccer Sunday 9/29 • 12 p.m. ASU Soccer Field Vs. Western Women’s Soccer Wednesday 10/2 • 3 p.m. ASU Soccer Field Vs. Fort […]

Grizzlies Grab Twelfth Straight Colorado Classic Win

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print The Adams State Grizzlies football team secured another win in a close contest on Saturday night against the Western State Colorado University (WSCU) Mountaineers, pushing themselves to a 3-0 start this season. The 16-14 win is the narrowest margin of victory for the Grizzlies thus far. With the victory, ASU […]

Soccer World: Germany – The Powerhouse

Steven Petrov The Paw Print This rubric has been looking closely at some of the major football (soccer) names on the International scene, their previous performances, best players, and future expectations for the upcoming Mundial next summer. Having already talked about teams like “Selesao” (Brazil), “Squadra Azzura” (Italy), and “La Furia Roja” (Spain) last week, […]

Soccer World: Uruguay – “La Celeste”

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The country from the southeastern part of South America has a history of winning the World Cup twice in the far 1930 and 1950, as well as three lost third-place matches respectively in 1954, 1970 and 2010. At first glance this may not seem like a lot due to the […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet