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Go On ASU, I Dare You to Spread the Love!

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print I recently read a Bible verse that got me thinking. It said: “Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves, not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of the others.” –Philippines 2:3-4 This verse hit home for […]

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 […]

Athletic Enslavement: Legal Slavery in America?

Serena Canegan The Paw Print Although slavery has been abolished in America, I believe it still exists mentally, physically, and in the form of deceitful, hidden agendas. I see the world of athletics as a way of enslaving blacks to be the entertainers of whites. It is not just racism, but also a way for […]

Stop Kiss Speaks to the LGBTQ Community

Abbie Stillman The Paw Print Stop Kiss captivates the day to day struggle that the LGBTQ community endures on a day to day basis. Katie Mae Miller played Callie, a young lady living in New York as a traffic reporter that welcomes new comer Sarah, played by Lauren Braun, an elementary teacher new to the […]

The Biggest Fad, Resulting in Many Teen Deaths

Social Media and Cyberbullying Kendra Cheda The Paw Print Sarah Lynn Butler committed suicide after being teased at school and receiving bullying messages on her MySpace page.  Jessica Logan committed suicide after a nude photo of herself that she sent to her boyfriend was distributed around the school. Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Instagram, and the many […]

Marijuana’s Effect on Non-Legalized States

Abbie Stillman The Paw Print Some states have had complaints about Colorado legalizing Marijuana. Sidney, Nebraska’s Officer Wilkinson has expressed his disapproval about the situation and believes that since the legalization, Marijuana has become a problem in his small-town America city. “I’m concerned what (Colorado’s legalization) will to in terms of a change in culture, […]

To Kill or Not to Kill: A Code of Health and Morals

Josephine Davis  The Paw Print In the average American home meat is eaten so excessively that it is not only causing health problems, but potentially also taking away our very humanity. Let’s consider an average typical American breakfast, which may contain eggs, pancakes, hash browns, bacon, and maybe even some sausage. This meal has probably […]

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 […]

Not Just Another Prison Paper

Cheyenne Bell The Paw Print Since May of 2014 I have had two major, life-changing events occur in my life. The first was that my step-dad, Greg Carpenter, was acquitted after a week-long murder trial right here in Alamosa, Colorado. Many people have read the headlines about my family, so to clear the air and […]

Cleaning 101: On and Off Campus Apartments

Jessika Vandivier The Paw Print One responsibility that has latched on to my young adult life is cleaning my place of residence. I am learning now that I really took for granted all the tasks my mother seamlessly preformed. Don’t get me wrong, I wasn’t one of those lucky children that didn’t have any chores. […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet