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Posts from ‘January, 2015’

Grizzlies Advice by Mr. Optimist

Hey Mr. Optimist, I am straight up having problems with this guy. We met and hung out and things seemed like they were going well. However, now communication between us is limited, almost non-existent, and I can’t help but think I did something wrong. How do I go about dealing with this situation and/or confronting […]

“What is Wrong With Me?”

Rebecca Carey  The Paw Print “We Should Hang Out Sometime” takes the readers on the journey of Josh Sundquist’s life from middle school at age 13 to after grad school at age 25. In his book, readers can see his life through his eyes and through his experiences; readers are allowed to understand Sundquist better. […]

Test Your Fitness Level at the ASU Human Performance Lab

ALAMOSA (January 20) – The Adams State University Human Performance and Physical Education Department (HPPE) continues to offer the community a variety of affordable fitness tests. Testing will be located in the Human Performance Lab room 106, located in the East Campus Building. Dr. Tracey Robinson, professor of HPPE, and graduate assistants, Lukus Klawitter Cody […]

Gemstone Collection Donated to Adams State Art Dept.

ALAMOSA, COLO. (Jan. 13, 2015) . . . Adams State University art students will be able to add more bling to their jewelry creations, thanks to Jim Miles and Claudia “Curtis” Ramsay, who donated a collection of gemstones valued at $60,000 for student use. This was the Boulder couple’s second such donation to Adams State; […]

Roe vs. Wade: Government and Moral Decay

Collin Brooks The Paw Print On Thursday, January 22nd the 42nd anniversary of “Roe V Wade” fell upon the nation. As thousands marched for life and others protested, the government was busy with this subject. After the recent elections, conservatives everywhere were excited about the overwhelming success Republicans had. It has now been made evident […]

ASU Employee Gmail Migration complete, more training sessions offered

All Adams State employees are now on Gmail! Based on feedback we’ve received, Computing Services and AITC will be hosting more Gmail trainings for employees who were not able to attend our previous sessions. All sessions will be held in the School of Business, Room 129 (small computer lab). Topics will include: Interface & Settings […]

Tunes@2: a New Nielsen Library Music Series. Starts Friday, February 6, 2:00pm

Kick off your weekend in a great way with Tunes@2, a new performance series that takes place every first Friday (February 6; March 6; April 3; May 1) near the library’s K2 Coffee Lounge, second floor.  This series is co-sponsored by the Nielsen Library and the Music Department. ASU student Sky Choice, who is majoring […]

Naxos Music Library Now Available

Naxos is the world´s largest online classical music library, offering streaming access to more than 89,780 CDs with more than 1,306,500 tracks, standard and rare repertoire. Over 800 new CDs are added to the library every month. The library offers the complete Naxos and Marco Polo catalogs plus the complete catalogs or selected titles from […]

Nielsen Library Open for MLK Day

The Nielsen Library will be open regular hours (8am-11pm) for Martin Luther King Day.

American Politics Position

Adams State University is committed to student success, especially for those students who have historically been under-represented in higher education.  Adams State is designated as an Hispanic Serving Institution.  Click here for more about its HSI status. The Department of History, Anthropology, Philosophy, Political Science, and Spanish offers a number of degree programs and tracks […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet