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Women’s Basketball Friday 2/7 • 5 p.m. Plachy Hall Vs. New Mexico Highlands Men’s Basketball Friday 2/7 • 7 p.m. Plachy Hall Vs. New Mexico Highlands Men’s Basketball Saturday 2/8• 7 p.m. Plachy Hall Vs. Western New Mexico Women’s Basketball Saturday 2/8• 5 p.m. Plachy Hall Vs. Western New Mexico

Disappointment for Denver Reveals Our Negativity

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print Scrolling through my newsfeed on Facebook on Super Bowl Sunday after the Denver Broncos 43-8 loss to the Seahawks, I was confronted with several things that I believe are wrong with sports fans and society today. I am a Denver Broncos fan, born and raised. I wanted so badly for […]

European Commission to Boycott 2014 Olympics

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The members of the European commission will not attend the opening ceremony for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi on February 7th. The European Commission is an important and influential institution that deals with proposing new legislations to the EU Parliament and making sure that the EU law is being […]

Keep Your Head Up Despite Broncos’ SB48 Loss

Stephen Jiron The Paw Print We all know the outcome to Sunday’s game was an embarrassing outing for the poor men representing the AFC. I don’t intend to pour salt in your wounds; I intend to keep you informed and maybe keep your feet firmly grounded. If you had been watching the Broncos closely this […]

¿Traidor o Héroe?: Snowden y Derechos Civiles

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print Traidor o Héroe Desde que el informante Edward Snowden, hoy refugiado en Rusia, entregó a la prensa cientos de documentos detallando el increíble nivel de escrutinio y acceso que el gobierno estadounidense tiene, no sólo en otros países sino dentro del país, con sus propios ciudadanos, el interés y preocupación […]

Lifeways of the San Luis Valley Set for Spring

Linda Relyea The Paw Print ALAMOSA (January 28) – The Adams State University Title V Hilos Culturales lecture series, “Lifeways of the San Luis Valley,” has scheduled a variety of free lectures, and a return of the concert, Musica de la Gente, for the spring 2014 semester. Community members are invited to attend the lectures, […]

Snowden Remains in International Spotlight

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The name Edward Snowden continues to be at the center of media attention around the world since the former national security agent revealed highly classified information to the public last year. Snowden alleged involvement of the NSA and other major U.S. agencies in eavesdropping and espionage on several European countries […]

Adams State Art Department Hosting New Events

Linda Relyea The Paw Print ALAMOSA (January 28) – The Adams State University Cloyde Snook Gallery and Hatfield Gallery will host an assortment of artists and art during the spring 2014 semester. February 10 through March 7 Cloyde Snook Gallery – Mary-Ann Kokoska, drawing Hatfield Gallery – Student Show, metals and sculpture Kokoska Artist Lecture: […]

U.S. Abortion Rates Drop Alongside Birthrates

Richard Flamm The Paw Print Abortion rates in the U.S. have dropped to the lowest level since 1973, according to a newly released study by Guttmacher Institute. Guttmacher, an organization committed to abortion rights, did not focus its  study on the reason, but offered speculation that advances in contraceptive technology such as the IUD as […]

$$ Maybe Money Can Buy Happiness $$

Jessica Shawcroft The Paw Print We may say money can’t buy us happiness, but in reality, many of us think we’d be happier if we had just a little bit more money! I know I’m one of these people; money is nice to have around! The top three things people value is friends, family, and […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet