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Computing Services Maintenance for Thursday September 18, 2014

The following maintenance activities will take place tonight, Thursday September 18th: Brief outages will occur for Staff Email, streaming media, Ellucian Go, and Banner AppXtender between 9 and 10pm. Employee and Tec Classrooms will receive updates to Windows, Office, Adobe Air, Flash Firefox and LibreOffice beginning at 9:00 PM. Employees are encouraged to log off […]

Where Are They Now?: The Latest on Soccer Transfers

Edith Arias The Paw Print The life of a soccer fan goes like this: you find a team you like, you start tuning in to their matches, you begin to notice key players, and then finally go on to become a major all around fan. Everything is great until you hear that your favorite player […]

Chelsea F.C. Breaks Everton F.C.’s Spirits 6-3

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Chelsea F.C. continued their flawless performance in the English Premier League after winning an absolutely amazing game as visitors of the team from Liverpool. With this win, Chelsea F.C. maintained their lead and are still holding the first place in the current league standings with 9 points. By far the […]

Men and Women Sweep Joe I. Vigil Open Saturday

Kailie Hartman The Paw Print Last Saturday, at Cattails Golf Course, marked the beginning of the Adams State cross country season with the 21st Annual Joe I. Vigil Open meet. Adams State Cross Country boys and girls swept the field, taking home both first place finishes. The men’s team took the top five spots, earning […]

Local Food Coalition Second Annual Harvest Soiree

Alamosa, CO – September 9, 2014 – The Harvest Soiree Cultivando el Futuro, will be held on Saturday September 20th 2014 at the future location of the Rio Grande Healthy Living Park at the corner of Hwy 17 and Hwy 160 (the former Polston Primary School site). The signature celebration will exclusively feature the delicious […]

Local, Regional, National & International Weekly

Jake Hughes The Paw Print In local news, an unusual amount of rain combined with the beautiful valley sunshine has caused noxious weeds to flourish this summer. Residents of the valley who don’t pull their weeds receive a warning from the Alamosa Code enforcement, which is followed by a citation. GOP Sen. Larry Crowder said […]

Colorado Universities to Support Each other?

The Board of Trustees for Adams State University discussed potential partnerships with Colorado State University (CSU) system Chancellor Mike Martin, when he addressed the board at its Aug. 28 meeting. Noting he has been discussing the issue informally for several months with Dr. Svaldi and other educational leaders, Martin said. “I want to begin exploration […]

ISIS Commits More Heinous Acts of Terror

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The trustworthiness of the video that is posted online still hasn’t been confirmed Rebels from the “Islamic state” have uploaded a video clip in which the alleged beheading of the British citizen, David Haynes, is being shown, announced Reuters. The 44 –year-old Haynes from Scotland, was kidnapped last year while […]

“El Grito de Mexico!”

Brenda Perez The Paw Print El Grito de Mexico, que es el grito y porque lo selebramos todos los anos. Es la independencia de México que fue dada en Septiembre 16 Del año 1810. Cuando el Grito de Dolores fue gritado por Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla  comenzó la guerra contra España. Esto paso cuando Hidalgo […]

Learn More About the Last Colorado Grizzly Bear Attack on Ed Wiseman

ALAMOSA (September 9) – Thirty-five years ago, Ed Wiseman was attacked by the last Colorado Grizzly Bear. On the anniversary of the attack, the Adams State University Nielsen Library will host author Deb Carpenter-Nolting, “Grizzly Attack in Colorado,” and Wiseman. The talk will begin at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23, in the Nielsen Library second […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet