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Posts from ‘December, 2014’

ASU Cross Country Brings Home 3rd Consecutive NCAA DII Championship Men Earn First Place Women Take Fourth

Kailie Hartman The Paw Print Kailie Hartman The Paw Print Adams State Grizzlies cross country season ended this weekend in Louisville Kansas. The National meet is a long awaited challenge for the team, a race that the runners have trained for since the beginning of summer break. For the men’s team it paid off in […]

Adams State Art Education Students Work with PALS

ALAMOSA (December 2) – Elementary-aged students in the PALS program visited the Adams State University Art Education class twice in November to create art and build a community from recycled materials. Jenny Gawronski, assistant professor of art, teaches the art education courses. Working with PALS (Positive Activities Lead to Success) provides the Adams State students […]

It is Tamale Time at ASU C.A.S.A. Center

Brittany Moore  The Paw Print On November 20, the Adams State University Cultural Awareness and Student Achievement (C.A.S.A.) Center hosted It’s Tamale Time, a heritage event planned to celebrate Mexican Revolution Day and cultural custom of making homemade tamales. Students, staff, faculty and community were invited to partake in the experiential cooking activity of learning […]

Roller Derby

Interested in finding SOMETHING as unique as YOU?  Are you a girl, 18 or older and wanna play rough with other women?  Then we have the sport for you!  The SLV Scarlet Rollers are the first Women-only Roller Derby team in the Valley and WE WANT YOU! Roller derby is fast, fun, action-packed, and did […]

Relieving Anxiety the Natural Way! Destress Before Finals

Ali Rivera  The Paw Print Finals are coming up! And that comes with anxiety. However during the crazy week of finals there are several different methods that can help you cope with your anxiety using natural methods. Drink green tea! According to research shows that there is an acid in green tea called L-theanine, […]

Abeyta Will Read From His Latest Book on December 11

ALAMOSA (December 1) – When an idea for a poem, prose, or letter sparks, Aaron Abeyta captures the creative impulse writing with a green ink pen on a manila folder. One of his favorite writers, Pablo Neruda, wrote with green ink and “manila folders are light and rigid if I need to write on my […]

Test Taking Methods; What Works Best for You?

Ali Rivera  The Paw Print Finals are approaching! That means a whole week full of tests. However, there are many different strategies that you can keep in mind for when you’re taking your final or for a future test. These methods are supposed to improve your test taking skills and improve your grades when testing. […]

It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play is a Sweet Holiday Treat

A review by Linda Relyea  ALAMOSA (December 5) – Is there a more miserly and wicked man than the character, Mr. Potter in It’s a Wonderful Life, even Ebenezer Scrooge redeems himself at the end. And could there be a more selfless and compassionate man than George Bailey, who surrenders his own youthful enthusiasm and […]

Holiday Travel Tips to Get You Home Happy and Safe

Ali Rivera  The Paw Print The semester is almost up, which means there are going to be a lot of you traveling home, or going on a trip, etc. Here are some tips to help you before and throughout your journeys. Make a checklist! Before you start packing you want to make a checklist. This […]

Health To-Go: Keeping in Shape for Christmas

Jessika Vandivier  The Paw Print Happy Holidays readers! We are rounding the corner to the commencement of our winter break, and Christmas is raging in right behind it. This is the time of the year where family and friends gather together and enjoy the company of those they love. It is the season to be […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet