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Posts from ‘September, 2014’

Focus on These Foods for a Good Mood

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The food that we consume doesn’t only represent an inseparable and incredibly important part of our physical health but also influences our emotional state. This in turn determines our whole mood throughout a certain period of time. If you feel under some stress, frustration, or depression, this article will show […]

“Why Do You Keep Sexy Safe” Colorado Safe Sex Campaign

Kailie Hartman The Paw Print Between 2009 and 2011, the birth rate in Colorado dropped 14 percent for women aged 20 to 24 years. This means that Colorado’s unplanned pregnancy rate is dropping.’s campaign “Just Talk About It” is helping give out relevant and accurate information regarding contraceptives, STD’s, pregnancy, and basic sexual health. […]

Letter to Students

Dear Students of Adams State University: Let me ask you a stupid question: Are you tired of tuition increasing every year, and of financial aid becoming harder to qualify for? Next week you will have the chance to tell the Colorado Commission on Higher Education (CCHE) just how this situation impacts you. The CCHE is […]

Health To-Go, Debunking the Myth of the Freshman 15

Jessika Vandivier The Paw Print Myth: The “freshman 15” is only a thing when you are a freshman. Fact: You can get fat at any point in college. As many of you readers know, staying healthy in college is not always the easiest task. According to a study done at the University of Alabama, seventy […]

2014 Southern Colorado Film Festival

Danny Ledonne The Paw Print The 2014 Southern Colorado Film Festival was held September 11-14th and featured independent films from all over the world including student films, short and feature length documentaries, and short narrative films.  Countries represented included the United States, Mexico, Scotland, and New Zealand.  Approximately 180 people from Adams State, community members, […]

Goodbye Summer, Hello Fall: Popular Trends This Fall

Edith Arias The Paw Print As the warm summer filled days become a distant memory, we now look forward to Fall. Yes, you heard me. Get ready for pumpkin flavored everything! As the seasons change, so do the trends. Here are the most popular trends during the fall season. 1.Pumpkin Spice Lattes: Get ready to […]

Winterreise: Franz Schubert’s Song Cycle

Leon Memorial Hall / Performed by Adam Klein, tenor William Lipke, piano Alana Dylan The Paw Print I attended the Winterreise concert at Leon Memorial Hall on Saturday September, 21 2014 at 7pm. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect since it has been quite some time since I attended a music event. In actuality, […]

The Story of Jane Elliot: A Hero

Abbie Stillman The Paw Print Jane Elliot is a former elementary school teacher who introduced the ‘brown eye, blue eye experiment’ to her third grade classroom. The results were shocking. Children were made to look racism, hate, judgment, and discrimination in the eye. The first day of the experiment, they were told that kids with […]

People of Colorado: Live the Good Life

Dunes Overlook Trailhead / Pinyon Flats Campground / Zapata Falls Alana Dylan The Paw Print If you have lived in Alamosa for even a short period of time, you have likely visited the Great Sand Dunes. Operated by the National Park Service, this area represents Colorado in the America the Beautiful quarter series. The rift […]

Find the Front Page of the New York Times for Your Birthday

Do you need to find the front page of the New York Times for your date of birth? The Nielsen Library has step-by-step instructions specifically for this assignment! Click the link below. And remember,  you can always ask a librarian if you need help. Finding the headlines from your birthday is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet