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Wes Moore Will Speak at Adams State on October 24

ALAMOSA (October 6) – Wes Moore, author of The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates, a New York Times bestseller and the Adams State University 2014-2015 Common Reading Experience book selection, will speak at Adams State at 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24, in Carson Auditorium, with a simulcast to be broadcast at the ASU […]

Bonnstetter Recieves National Fellowship Award

Kailie Hartman  The Paw Print Beth Bonnstetter, a Ph.D. and mass communication professor, was recently awarded a fellowship from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation. This is the same organization that does the Emmys. Bonnstetter was searching for grants to help fund the video program when she found this amazing fellowship. She […]

Health To-Go: The Benefits of Walking Every Day

Jessika Vandivier  The Paw Print Welcome once again readers to a new week and a new challenge. Last week we discussed how important staying hydrated was. I hope everyone got in their eight glasses a day and hopefully you didn’t get too water logged. Our health challenge this week is something so simple you’ve been […]

Cyber Bullying: Why It Is Such a Big Issue for Teens?

Abbie Stillman The Paw Print Cyber bullying is the most popular version of bullying these days. Tina Meier spoke to the public on Tuesday night at Alamosa High School about cyber bullying, how to approach it, and the consequences it has on people. She started the presentation with a personal story about her own daughter; […]

The Adventure of Grocery Shopping in America

Edith Arias  The Paw Print For many Americans, grocery shopping has become a hassle. The long lines, the socializing with people you don’t like, and especially the cost. It’s no wonder people try to avoid a Walmart run whenever possible. Here are the top three reasons grocery shopping downright sucks. 1. Let’s be honest no […]

Presentation of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde at ASU

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a tale of depravity, lust, love and horror A review by Linda Relyea ALAMOSA (October 2) – It was with high expectations that I sat last night in the Adams State University Main Stage Theatre, preparing to watch the latest production, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, directed by Dr. […]

Colorado: Come Live the Good Life

Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Alana Dylan  The Paw Print Mt. Princeton Hot Springs: Mt. Princeton Hot Springs is an hour and a half north of Alamosa on Highway 285 and just 15 minutes south of Buena Vista. This extensive resort has a plethora of amenities and accommodations. They can easily house large weddings and family […]

Tip #1 for National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM)

NCSAM, now in its 11th year, was create to help everyone have the resources to stay safe and secure online. Cyber security awareness is needed now more than ever! There have been many data breaches in the news recently, credit cards exposed at Target and Home Depot to the Heartbleed and Shellshock vulnerabilities. So what […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet