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Posts from ‘March, 2014’

Evening with Our Stars event is April 4

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Linda Relyea (Institutional Advancement) 719-587-7827 Tammy Lopez (Foundation Office) 719-587-7609 ALAMOSA (March 13) – Music, comedy, food, chemistry – the Adams State University Foundation “Evening with Our Stars” event will fundraise money for student scholarships. The gala affair begins at 5 p.m. with an open bar cocktail hour followed at 6 […]

Award Winning Documentary, Cointelpro 101, Shown at ASU

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Linda Relyea (Institutional Advancement) 719-587-7827 Carol Guerrero-Murphy (CIELO) 719-587-7386 ALAMOSA (MARCH 17) – COINTELPRO may not be a well-understood acronym but its meaning and continuing impact are absolutely central to understanding the U.S. government’s wars and repression against domestic, progressive movements in the post-World War II era. The documentary, COINTELPRO 101, […]

Officials Say Malaysian Airliner Kidnapping Possibility

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Still not clear why, or where has it been taken The communication between the air control and the airplane Boeing 777, with 239 passengers on board, failed less than an hour after the flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing took off. Ever since then the airliner has been missing, without […]

ASU Residences at Rex Subject of Planners Talk

NEWS RELEASE CONTACT: Julie Waechter (719) 587-7165; ALAMOSA, CO. (March 14, 2014) . . . Adams State University’s Rex Stadium and The Residences at Rex project is the subject of a presentation to be made March 25 at the Society for College and University Planning’s  (SCUP) Pacific Regional Conference. To be held in Hollwood, […]

Local, Regional, National and International Weekly

Jake Hughes The Paw Print In local news, Trinchera Irrigation Company has proposed a task to improve Mountain Home Reservoir. The project will help improve the Mountain Home Reservoir for people who rely on it for irrigation and recreation reasons. The dam at Mountain Home in Costilla County was constructed in 1908 and is starting […]

50,000 People in Moscow Protest Against Invasion

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Protestants chanted, “Don’t touch Ukraine” and “No to war”! Over 50,000 people went out in Moscow on Saturday to openly express their position on Russia’s occupation of Crimea and on the political actions and strategies of the Russian president, Vladimir Putin. In the beginning of the protests, there were roughly […]

Crowd Funding: What is it and Should You Do it?

Stacy Davis The Paw Print With the ever-rising costs of higher education tuition, many students are left wondering how they are going to pay for the piece of paper stating they have a Degree when their College and University years are over. Students Loans, Scholarships, and Grant money can only go so far and only […]

The Myth Has Been Lifted

Reuben Chavira The Paw Print We all remember the tall-tales. We all can recall the mythologies and fictions that formed our perceptions of college. We remember the mantras of “knowledge is power” and “if you believe you can achieve.” But how many of us believed? Think back to high school. Did you succeed because you […]

American Healthcare Costs with 70% on Drugs

Corey Daniels The Paw Print A research study by the Mayo clinic showed that 70% of Americans are currently using prescription medication. This same study showed that more than half of Americans are on 2 or more prescription drugs and that 20% are on 5 or more! Also, 26% of the population are on either […]

Spring Break Hits Adams State University

Jessica Shawcroft The Paw Print I remember watching television as a high school student, thinking spring break was the coolest thing ever. T.V. would always bring fantasies about spring break: nice hot vacation destinations, fun in the sun, and always time spent at the beach! I loved the idea of escaping to a beach and […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet