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Posts from ‘November, 2013’

Santaland’s One Man Show Actor Relates

Linda Relyea The Paw Print Seated on a throne, dressed in candy cane striped tights, elf shoes and an elfin hat, John Hauser, Adams State University senior theatre major, gives it to the audience straight – from the writings of David Sedaris – about what Christmas really means. “The Santaland Diaries,” directed by Jim Willis, […]

ASU Hard at Work on Upcoming Musical

Since October, current theatre majors,  Adams State University music alumna, and Dr. Paul Newman have been memorizing lines, perfecting music, creating costumes, designing sets and lights, and anticipating passing along the excitement of the show to audiences. Adams State Theatre’s Musical Production, “Sleeping Beauty,” opens in time for the holiday season. Tickets go on sale […]

Alamosa About to Plunge Into Winter

Jessika Vandivier The Paw Print The buzz around campus this last weekend has been focused on the weather. The temperature in Alamosa is about to take a significant turn for the worst. For the most part, the climate has been fairly decent, staying steadily in the fifties. This definitely won’t last forever. According to Climate […]

US Gun Control Laws Left on the Backburner

Richard Flamm The Paw Print Gun control laws in the U.S. show no signs of growing stricter, now eleven months after the Newton shooting and mass murder of 27 people – most of them children. That shooting, as well as the one that occurred in a sleepy theater in Aurora, prompted serious discussion  about gun […]

Preparing for the Holidays Through Stressful Times

Jessica Shawcroft The Paw Print It’s that time of year again! Cramming for tests, submitting assignments, finishing up the semester, and planning winter break! On top of that, we have gifts to get, dorms to decorate, and Spring semester to prepare for! How do we keep it all together? I’ve found a few tips as […]

A Matter of Self Protection or Pure Warmongering

Jake Hughes The Paw Print How many times are guns actually used for self-protection? With the outbreak of firearm related murders over the past decade, the cry for stricter firearm regulations is now more than ever. The controversial debate is orientating around keeping guns out of the hands of criminals and in the hands of […]

Need Energy? Some Quick Tips to Help Energize

Jessica Shawcroft The Paw Print I recently read an article about how to have more energy throughout the day; I found it important because day light savings always messes me up. My body’s clock is so off for the next week or so that I’m exhausted all day, even after sleeping 8 hours the night […]

Maven NASA’s Space Mission of Tomorrow

Nicole Schafer The Paw Print Maven is NASA’s new space mission, set to launch November 18th, to go explore the Red Planets Martian atmosphere. Scientists are determined to figure out why Mars’ atmosphere is so much thinner than they believed it was 4 million years ago. MAVEN (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution) is set to […]

Today In History: Historical Happenings on November 20

Miranda Mattson The Paw Print 164 B.C. E.: The son of Mattathias Hasmonean, Judas Maccabaeus, restored the temple in Jerusalem and his feat is celebrated with the festival of Hanukkah. 272 C.E.: Prince Edward, son of King Henry the III, became the new king of England after his father passed on the 16th. 1620: The […]

From an Ordinary Teen to Multimillionair Entrepreneur

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The true story of Jamal Edwards Jamal Edwards, a 23-year-old Englishmen from West London, started a media empire through YouTube, which currently has a net worth of over 8 million British pounds. Most of us have never heard about his exceptional accomplishment, but his story deserves to be told so […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet