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Japanese Youth Not Interested in Sex

Richard Flamm The Paw Print An unprecedented number of young adults in Japan have stopped having sex. The Guardian reports, “Japan’s under-40s appear to be losing interest in conventional relationships. Millions aren’t even dating, and increasing numbers can’t be bothered with sex.” Japan is no stranger to this, as for the past decade it has […]

Gilmore Retrospective Featured at Cloyde Gallery

Linsda Relyea The Paw Print Since 1985, local artist Jim Gilmore, has sculpted his love of nature and life on a ranch. A retrospective of his artwork opens in the Adams State University Cloyde Snook Gallery on October 21 and continues through November 14. An artist lecture will begin at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25, […]

Washington Redskins Debate: Racism and Oppression

Nicole Schafer The Paw Print To be called a Washington Redskin, is it racist or not? A redskin, being a slang term for a Native American, could potentially be just a form of pride that this football team takes on. No harm intended. Other’s like myself could find it racist, not by the players but […]

*Ding Ding*, Time to Start an ASU Moving Company

Jessica Shawcroft The Paw Print Did you find moving into your dorm room stressful? Do you despise the day you have to move again? Didn’t it suck lugging your things up three flights of stairs, knowing that in a few months it’s all coming back down? If so, you’re not alone! A Tennessee based company […]

Fearful Future: College Enrollment Still Declining

Jessica Shawcroft The Paw Print First off, is anyone surprised by this? College costs a lot of money, loans are becoming scarce and financial aid is hard to qualify for! Once you do get into college and pay for the courses, books are added on, some classes requiring two or three books each! You can […]

Restoring Right Relations Center for Restorative Program Presents SLV Restorative Justice Summit

ALAMOSA – After losing her own son to a medical condition, Joan continued to open her home and heart to the young teens who had been his childhood friends.  When his best friend Brad forged one of her checks and tried to pass it at a local grocery, she found herself dissatisfied with what the […]

Sexuality:The Big Scare and How Its Changing

Nicole Schafer The Paw Print Sexual orientation is one of the biggest diversities a student will encounter while in college and it is still one of the ones that most people have an issue with. Granted it is being more accepted in today’s society, it is still a very touchy subject. Students will encounter gay […]

Horoscopes for the Week of October 24th-31th

Madam Shawcroft The Paw Print Aquarius 01/20-02/18 You’ll have unfinished business with someone in authority on Monday. It might be wise to finally settle the issue. A lover may be very indecisive on Tuesday. This person will change plans with you at the last minute! Take steps to boost your vitality when the Moon enters […]

New Arapaima Species in Brazil

Miranda Mattson The Paw Print A brand new species of Arapaima, Arapaima Leptosoma, has been discovered in Brazil. The Arapaima is known as one of the largest fresh water fish in the world and can grow to be just over eight feet long and weighs in at around 440 pounds! Red markings highlight the large […]

Brain Development Over the Course of a Lifetime

Jake Hughes The Paw Print How many times have you heard the saying “It’s time to start acting your age?” In this article by Claudia Wallis, the author discusses how the brain matures throughout its life cycle. One of the main focuses of the article is how the brain develops and how that relates to […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet