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Posts from ‘January, 2015’

Writing Studio @ Nielsen

Starting next week Writing Studio tutor Josh Lehman will be a regular fixture here at the Nielsen Library. Josh will be set up on the second floor of the library Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings from 4:00pm – 9:00pm. The Writing Studio helps with: Grammar, spelling, and punctuation Formulating a thesis Citing sources Organizing your […]

A Freedom Letter: Slut-shaming and Our Collective Scarlet Letter

“She had not known the weight until she felt the freedom.” Chapter XVIII, ‘A Flood of Sunshine’ The Scarlet Letter   The Scarlet Letter, written in 1850, is a story that still resonates with the experiences of many women today.  Hester’s scarlet letter is the equivalent of the slut shaming that too many women experience […]

Real Madrid C.F. Introduces Newest “Pearl”: Lucas Silva

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The President of Real Madrid C.F. Florentino Perez has officially introduced the club’s newest signing, the 21 years-old Brazilian midfielder Lucas Silva. The young Brazilian’s talent has often been called “the new Kaka” due to the great similarity with his famous, older and very successful countrymen, Ricardo Issakson Dos Santos […]

ASU Takes Steps to Address Academic Fraud

ALAMOSA, COLO. (Jan. 15, 2015) . . . Adams State University President David Svaldi announced the university is freezing new enrollments in its print-based correspondence courses, pending external review of the student verification process. The measure was taken in response to a Chronicle of Higher Education report of fraudulent activities by an individual who admitted […]

Improv Troupe and Counseling Service Provide a Comedic Look at Psychology

ALAMOSA (January 23) – The Adams State University Counseling and Career Services and the Lost and Found Comedy Troupe teamed up to provide a comedic look at psychology throughout the centuries, and to tap into stereotypes of mental health. They present So How Does That Make You Feel?: The Evolution of Counseling at 6 p.m. […]

Adams State Art Faculty Invited Artists to Exhibit

ALAMOSA (January 14) – Adams State University Art Department faculty each chose an artist they admire, respect, and connect with, to exhibit in the Faculty Invites show. The exhibit is on display in the Cloyde Snook Gallery from January 19 through February 12. An opening reception will be held from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. […]

ASU Archaeological Field School Receives Recognition

ALAMOSA (January 20) – On January 9, during the 2015 Society for Historical Archaeology (SHA) Annual Conference in Seattle, Washington, the Adams State University Fort Massachusetts Archaeological Field School received second place in a competition based on gender and minority inclusion in archaeological field schools,. The Society for Historical Archaeology is the largest international organization […]

The Saudi Arabian King Abdula Died at the Age of 90

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The news led to a temporary relief in the hideous decline in Oil prices  The Saudi Arabian national TV has recently announced that their king, Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has died after being sick with pneumonia in the recent weeks. King Al Saud has been always referred to as the […]

The Radical Party Syriza Wins the Snap Greek Elections

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The exit polls of the elections that were held on January 25th in Greece showed an expected victory by the radical leftist party called Syriza. The party led by Alexis Tsipras won 37% of the voters trust, leaving the current ruling party, “New Democracy,” second with 25%. With this high […]

Je Suis Charlie

Sarah Ehrlich The Paw Print “Je Suis Charlie,” meaning “I am Charlie,” is a slogan that can be heard and seen around the world from protestors and hashtags alike. It’s a simple statement showing support of the lives affected from the Taliban attacks that recently happened in Paris. Around lunchtime on January 7th, 2 masked […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet