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Community Welcome to Celebrate Earth Week with ASU

CONTACT: Julie Waechter (719) 587- 7165; jmwaecht@adams.ed; ALAMOSA, CO. (April 8, 2014) . . . Adams State University invites community members to celebrate Earth Week, April 14-19, through a number of campus events. Earth Week activities are coordinated by Adams State’s sustainability group, EARTH (Environmental Action for Resources, Transportation, Health). Sunday April 13 Pre-register […]

Local, Regional, National, and International Weekly

Jake Hughes The Paw Print In local news, Rio Grande County is experiencing an increase in gastrointestinal illness. Public health officials are working with local health care providers to determine the cause of the outbreak. Severe symptoms such as vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, and abdominal pain are all signs of gastrointestinal illness, and anyone experiencing these […]

Ukraine – Unrest and Protests Could Lead to Civil War

Steven Petrov The Paw Print “Don’t shoot against the Ukrainian people” said Viktor Yanukovych The former President of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych, stated his official position on the current situation within his country and his fears of potential Civil war. He was interviewed by journalists of many different European medias in the Russian city, Rostov-on-Don, earlier […]

Placebo vs the Belief in a Higher Spirit

Jake Hughes The Paw Print In article “Randomness, Attributions of Arousal, and Belief in God” by Aaron C. Kay, David A. Moscovitch, and Kristin Laurin the authors tackle a subject that many dare not touch. The need to believe in a higher being or consciousness has always been a part of human lives and today […]

Serving Wench Sabotage By Elizabeth Young

Stacy is a serving wench at the Renaissance Festival, and she has a problem. She screams “Huzzah to the lovely tipper!” Then, out of sight, she sneaks sixty-five cents from the silver money box into her skirt pocket and whispers under her breath, “Sucker…” She shouts ice cream orders through the small window to the […]

Spending Long Periods in Front of a Computer Can be Harmful to Children

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Scientists from Norway have found that the more our children stay in front of the computer or TV, the lower the mineral density of their bones is. It is scientifically proven that the human skeleton grows and develops from day 1 of when the baby is born up until the […]

Remembering Dr. Eppie Archuleta

Dr. Epifania “Eppie” Archuleata, 92, passed on Friday, April 11, in the Espanola Hospital. She was born on January 6, 1922 in Santa Cruz, NM. Eppie grew up in Northern New Mexico, daughter of Agueda and Eusebio Martinez. Her family came from a long line of weavers. She married Francisco Archuleta in October of 1940. […]

Adams State Introduces New M.A. Emphasis in Cultural Resource Management

ALAMOSA, CO. (April 10, 2014) . . . A new emphasis in Cultural Resource Management (CRM) was approved for the M.A. in Humanities by the Board of Trustees for Adams State University at its regular meeting, April 3. The 30-credit program will be offered in an online, cohort format, with the first cohort to begin […]

Horoscopes for the Week of April 17th-23th

Madam Shawcroft The Paw Print Aquarius 01/20-02/18 You may be like the wise executive mystic who uses spiritual understanding and universal truths as guidelines for making the best business decisions. If you have an important interview to attend, you might feel like reflecting for a few minutes beforehand to get your bearings. The same goes […]

Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area Awards Grant to Adams State’s C.A.S.A.

ALAMOSA, CO. (April 14, 2014) . . . Adams State University’s student led-organization, C.A.S.A. (Cultural Awareness Student Achievement) was awarded a cultural heritage grant of nearly $5,000 from The Sangre De Cristo National Heritage Area for its project, Roots Run Deep: Preserving Heritage by Honoring Identity. “This project will focus on connecting students, faculty, and […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet