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Posts from ‘April, 2014’

IMPORTANT REMINDER – Mandatory Password change for all Faculty, Staff, and Students by May 14

Computing Services would like to remind you that our systems have been patched against the Heartbleed vulnerability and that ALL students and employees will be required to change their passwords. ————————————– Employees and students have until May 14, 2014 to change their passwords. If the password for your account has not been changed by that […]

Finals Week at the Nielsen Library

The Nielsen Library is the place to be during finals week! Whether you’re cramming for exams or need to relax here’s what’s going on: Extended Hours We’ll be open 8am-2am Monday-Thursday Free Coffee, Tea, & Hot Chocolate At the Reference Desk 5pm-2am Monday-Thursday Quiet Zones 1st floor = Collaborative Zone, 2nd floor = Quiet Zone, […]

New Books This Week

The ocean at the end of the lane Broken words : the abuse of science and faith in American politics A primer of botanical Latin with vocabulary Preserving Western history Up till now : the autobiography The union of their dreams : power, hope, and struggle in Cesar Chavez’s farm worker movement The collected stories […]

PRI y la Censura Estatal del Internet en México cana

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print En la iniciativa de leyes secundarias al sector de telecomunicaciones que propuso el Poder Ejecutivo, y que ahora se discute en el Senado de la República, particularmente en los apartados VII y VIII del Artículo 197, donde ordena a los concesionarios de servicios de telecomunicaciones a “bloquear, inhibir o anular […]

Potential “Natural Gas War” Between Russia and Europe

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Ukraine has accumulated over $2 billion in natural gas debt over the recent years. Under the current political and economical hostility between Ukraine and Russia, this serves as an additional reason for the tension to keep being high in the region. The European Commissioner for Energy in the European Commission, […]

Free Faculty Lecture will Address Parkinson’s Disease Protein

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Linda Relyea (Institutional Advancement) 719-587-7827 Kristy Duran (Biology Department) 719-587-7767 ALAMOSA (April 16) –”Alpha-Synuclein: The Parkinson’s disease Protein,” by Dr. Aaron Moehlig, assistant professor of chemistry, begins at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 23, in Porter Hall 130. In ancient India “Kampavata”, described by Galen in AD 175 as, “a shaking palsy” […]

ASU Choirs will perform at Sacred Heart Church

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Linda Relyea (Institutional Advancement) 719-587-7827 ASU Music Department 719-587-7621 ALAMOSA (April 16) – The Adams State University Chamber and Concert Choirs will perform at 7 p.m. Friday, April 25 in Sacred Heart Church, located in Alamosa, Colo. They will be joined by the San Luis Valley Children’s Chorus. The choirs will […]

Local, Regional, National and International Weekly

Jake Hughes The Paw Print In local news, Adams State University new observatory has started construction. The Zachies Planetarium turns 50 this year and is set to receive the long awaited reconstruction. Thanks to the $3.6 million grant awarded in October 2011 from the Hispanic Serving Institutions, (HIS) STEM program, (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) […]

Personal Sanctions for Putin Say The Times

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Russia’s President is not afraid of the British newspaper “Times”, said Putin’s official spokesman Russian President’s official spokesman, Dmitry Sergeyevich Peskov, has categorized the news that the British tabloid “Times” published last Friday, regarding the potential personal sanctions that the US government is planning to impose to Vladimir Putin by […]

Chris Ransck Will Join Adams State Seniors in Public Reading

ALAMOSA (April 17) – Adams State University Creative Writing Seniors Jessica Conda and Michael Sakosky, have put the final touches on their creative work and invite you to their capstone reading at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 24, in the Nielsen Library second floor. Featured Reader Chris Ransick, appointed Denver Poet Laureate in 2006, will join […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet