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Posts from ‘February, 2015’

Long-Awaited Deal Between EU and Greece

Steven Petrov The Paw Print In the last decade, Greece has slowly turned into one of the European Union’s major internal problems, with the huge amounts of national debt that the country has accumulated to various financial institutions. The South Eastern country used to be one of the wealthiest countries in the eastern part of […]

Musical Theatre Will Feature Latin American Women

ALAMOSA (February 25) – Two major events will kick-off Adams State University Women’s Week. Three legendary Latin American Women will be celebrated through a music theatre work, Tres Vidas, and International Women’s Day will include art, yoga, presentations, and entertainment. The events are free and open to the public. Tres Vidas, produced by the Core […]

The Love Tank

Helen Smith The Paw Print How full is your love tank? This is a question for everyone regardless of what Valentine’s Day held. Love is not just about physical aspects and relationships, it is also about basic needs that every human heart has. It means feeling like you matter and that you are accepted. If […]

ASU and TSJC Valley Campus to Offer Free Tax Filing Service Through Tax Help Colorado Program

For the sixth year, Adams State University School of Business and Trinidad State Junior College Valley Campus are partnering with the Denver-based Piton Foundation to help hard-working families become more financially secure by providing free tax preparation assistance through the Tax Help Colorado program. Beginning January 28, IRS-certified Adams State and TSJC Valley Campus students […]

The Poet’s Duty is First Faculty Lecture for Spring Semester

ALAMOSA (February 20) – The Adams State University first spring 2015 Faculty Lecture “Four Homes of Poetry: The Poet’s Duty,” by Aaron Abeyta, professor of English, begins at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 25, in Porter Hall room 130. The lecture will focus on the Four Homes of Chicana/o Poetry and the poet’s responsibility to the […]

Pain: Is it All in Your Head?

ABBIE STILLMAN The Paw Print You cut your finger, you break your arm, or maybe twist your ankle and the more you think about it, the more it hurts. Then you watch a show, a movie, start thinking about anything else and all of the sudden, you forget about how much pain you are in. […]

Fiber Associated with Effective Weight Loss

Steven Petrov The Paw Print A new scientific research was conducted at the University of Massachusetts that clearly points out the different benefits that the increase consumption of fibers has on the human body. The scientists and doctors have analyzed the strong positive correlation between fibers, weight loss, and general well-being. In our fast-paced lives […]

Presidential Candidate Q&A Sessions

Good afternoon everyone, As I’m sure you’ve heard by now, the search committee has narrowed the candidates for ASU’s next President down to four. For the full announcement, please click here. The PASC representatives on the search committee are working with the Board of Trustees to find a time for professional administrative staff to meet […]

Proposed AS&F Changes

The AS&F executive team is proposing two constitutional changes to be voted on at the March 9th AS&F meeting. These amendments will change the make up of the senate to more accurately reflect the current departmental make up. The second amendment will remove the requirement to post all constitutional amendment in the Paw Print. The […]

Men Earn Big Win Over UCCS, Split Weekend Set

The men’s basketball team came away with an important victory over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS) on Friday. UCCS entered the game ranked 15 overall, boasting a 19-3 season record. However, the Grizzlies were able to overpower UCCS by a final score of 88-75. On Saturday, the Grizzlies gave an exciting show […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet