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Posts from ‘October, 2013’

Lifeways of the San Luis Valley Lecture

ALAMOSA (October 28) – The Adams State University Lifeways of the San Luis Valley will present the final presentation about the culture of the San Luis Valley at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12, in McDaniel Hall room 201. “In the Beginning was the Word and the Word was Made Flesh…,” by Aaron Abeyta, Adams State […]

Facebook , Microsoft, Google, Yahoo in Hot Water

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The European union protects its citizens from online identity theft and unauthorized usage of personal information The European union’s reaction to the new accusations of the possible eavesdrop and surveillance by the American agency for national security (NSA), for some of the European countries’ leaders, led to a discussion of […]

Astronaut Touched Down at Adams Wednesday

Carlos Santos The Paw Print Last Wednesday, October 23, Adams State hosted a visit from Astronaut Jose Moreno Hernandez. Hernandez is an accomplished public speaker who shared his experience of being raised as a son of a migrant farmworker and becoming an Astronaut for NASA.  Hailing from Stockton, California, Hernández’s parents are natives of Michoacán, […]

Adams State Presents A Music Theater Revue

Linda Relyea The Paw Print ALAMOSA (October 28) – The Adams State University Music Department is excited to present “On Stage: A Music Theater Revue” at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11, in Leon Memorial Hall. Directed by Dr. Christine Keitges, professor of music, and performed by some of Adams State’s finest musicians, the performance will […]

Majority of Americans Favor Marijuana Legalization

Jessica Shawcroft The Paw Print For the first time ever, the majority of Americans say they favor legalizing marijuana, as recreational and medical use of the drug gains acceptance across the nation. The poll found that 58 percent of those surveyed favored marijuana legalization, up from 50 percent two years ago. That’s a huge raise […]

Women Sent to Prison After Miscarriages in El Salvador

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The strict catholic dogmas and how they are used as basics of the law Abortion is strictly against the Christian religion and more specifically against the Catholic tradition, with the reasoning that if God has decided to give life, who are we to take it away. This reasoning may seem […]

A Parallel Universe Trapped in Space and Time

Jake Hughes The Paw Print What are dreams exactly?  A dream is a series of images, thoughts, or emotions passing through the mind during your sleep period. There are many reasons people think of why we humans dream the way we do. Ancient societies saw dreams as doorways for sending wisdom from the gods. In […]

ASU Willis Fassett Jr Award Recipients are Ron and Marilyn Loser

Linda Relya ASU Communications Office ALAMOSA (October 28) –Entering Ron ’65 and Marilyn ’86 ’87 Loser’s home arouses all the senses. A cowbell clangs as the front gate swings open, announcing guests. Stepping along a weathered boardwalk, visitors gaze at the immense and diverse garden stretching out past the tall blue house. Ron slides open […]

Are You In Need Of a Job? Here’s a Few Tips

Jessica Shawcroft The Paw Print We work our butts off to get through college, stay up late studying, eat only ramen to meet our bills, and work retail to manage our money; and for what- to be unemployed when we graduate. That’s certainly how it seems. It’s nothing new, jobs these days are hard to […]

Horoscopes for the Week of November 1st-8th

Madam Shawcroft The Paw Print Aquarius 01/20-02/18 The focus is on career matters and goals this week, with the difference that this part of your life could go through a transformation. Deeply irritating circumstances could bring you to a point where you’re no longer willing to tiptoe around. You might be motivated by a determination […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet