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Wall of Oppression

By. Jasmyn Brendle On International Women’s Day, in front of the Japanese Garden, the Wall of Oppression was taken down by a group of students, taking a stand against the hate speech people experience on a daily basis. This project was created by assistant professor of philosophy, Natasha Liebig PH.D., as a way to have […]

ASU Wildlife Art Exhibition

By Noah Schafer The Adams State University Art Department is back with a fresh new exhibit, featuring wildlife. The exhibit will be up in the Adams State Art Building until Friday, March 8th, and features pieces of work from three different artists: Henry Blount, Mikki Harder, and Karrie York. I was able to sit down […]

Lovell officially named president of Adams State

On Thursday, February 14, 2019, Cheryl D. Lovell transitioned from interim president to the official president of Adams State. The Board of Trustees have formed a negotiating team to begin working on an employment contract for Lovell. Board Chairman Cleave Simpson was the first to propose that the interim title be removed, based on her […]

Adams State and Gunma University: Memorandum of Understanding

By Kiersten Medina. ALAMOSA COLO.- On February 18, 2019, Adams State University and Gunma University in Japan collaborated in the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding. The agreement was signed by Adams State’s President Cheryl D. Lovell, with witnesses from Gunma University, Music Professor Chiho Sugo and two of her music students, as well as […]

Christian Challenge: “Recreation”

By. Antonio Griego Christian Challenge kicked off their first annual praise night last Saturday, with a night of “Recreation” for Adams State students. Christian Challenge is a campus ministry that is open to serve all students who want to test their faith, by dissecting parts of the Bible, and also to live a Christ-like life. “Christian […]

Milly Meza Tribute

By. Ziere Banner On behalf of the Adams State Family, we mourn for the death of Milanyela “Milly” Meza, a student athlete here at Adams State University. She touched many hearts with her kindness and willingness to make everyone happy at all times. She had friends all over campus and throughout the Adams State’s sports teams, […]

Four-Day Week Proposition Draws Mixed Opinions

By. Aaron Kinnischtzke ALAMOSA, Colo. – Much conversation and controversy has arisen over the proposition of a four-day school week for every department here at Adams State. The Mass Communications Department is the first to adopt a shortened school week, with there being classes only Monday through Thursday and all three-credit periods are an hour and […]

Condolences

WE EXTEND OUR CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF MILLY MEZA SINCERELY, THE WRITERS AND STAFF OF THE PAW PRINT NEWSPAPER

Bistro Rialto and Nestle Toll House Close

Jasmyn Brendle The economy of small towns everywhere has been struggling this past year, and Alamosa is no different, unfortunately. Since January 2019, the restaurant scene in downtown Alamosa has seen some sudden changes, not all of them being positive. The Purple Pig has reopened after renovations as a pizzeria and pub, while other restaurants […]

Renovation of The Purple Pig

Kendell Hollowell Adams State students and the city of Alamosa celebrate the return of the newly-renovated Purple Pig Pizzeria and Pub. The Purple Pig was once known simply as a bar that featured a live DJ: a spot that college students would go to have fun on the weekends. Now, it kicks off the new […]

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