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Adams State CAMP Students Attend Conferences

ALAMOSA (April 6) – The Adams State University College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) sent students to Chicago and Santa Fe for student leadership conferences. Miguel Chaparro, CAMP recruitment and retention, said: “Our students have a broader view now and many are now seeing that they can attend other conferences, and pursue graduate degrees at some […]

The Imitation Game: Movie Review

Rebecca Carey The Paw Print Morten Tyldum has done justice to the British scientist Alan Turing’s fascinating story in the 2014 “The Imitation Game.” The film was adapted by Graham Moore from “Alan Turing: The Enigma.” Alan Turing, who is played by Benedict Cumberbatch, is a brilliant and socially awkward mathematician who invented and built […]

Healthy Mind, Healthy Life: Surving the End of the Semester

Jordan Smith The Paw Print As we all know, the school year is coming to an end and we have a lot on our plates. This time in the semester is one of the most common times for us as students to become extremely stressed. With all of our projects due, registering for classes, also […]

Laughing- The Natural “Medicine” for Balanced Emotional and Physical Health

Steven Petrov The Paw Print It is not a simple coincidence that for centuries people have looked at “laughing” as a “contagious” emotional state that is also a fantastic natural “medicine” and the scientific facts that our modern day world have been founding regarding the “laughing” process and its positive influence on the human body. […]

Adopt. Adopt. Adopt. Save a 4-Legged Friend!

Elizabeth Salazar The Paw Print Whether you are in the market for a dog or interested in getting one in the future there is an important option you must consider. Adoption.  Many of the animal shelters around the country are housing canines that are in desperate need of love and attention. Many of these shelters […]

“I Origins” Movie Review

Rebecca Carey The Paw Print Mike Cahill’s 2014 Independent film “I Origins” is the journey of a molecular biologist’s study of the human eye. The film explores a scientist’s scientific and spiritual beliefs. Dr. Ian Grey (Michael Pitt) is obsessed with the human eye. He takes individual pictures of people’s eyes that he finds interesting, […]

Doris Salcedo: Artist Review

Sarah Ehrlich The Paw Print “The way that an artwork brings materials together is incredibly powerful. Sculpture is its materiality. I work with materials that are already charged with significance, with a meaning they have acquired in the practice of everyday life.” These are the words of Columbian sculptor Doris Salcedo who for years has […]

Did You Have a Safe Spring Break?

ESRA Club Did you have a safe spring break? Hopefully you did. You see, if you don’t pay close attention, you just might have had some unwelcome visitors coming back to school with you. Let’s paint a scenario. So you’re on spring break, at the beach, and you’ve just been through a really tough set […]

Boettcher Teacher Residency Continues to Engage Participants

ALAMOSA (April 14) – Students enrolled in Adams State University Boettcher Teacher Residency program (BTR) spent an afternoon, in early April, with regional superintendents and principals receiving advice on applying for positions and the interview process. According to Stephanie Hensley, Adams State BTR field director, this is the second year the panel discussion was held […]

A Robot Housekeeper at Home? Google Can Help!

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The company has gained a patent for the manufacturing of “personal robots” We have all watched the Hollywood science fiction movies, depicting how in the not too distant future robots could be an inseparable part of our everyday lives and day-to-day activities. Have you ever imagined that you could have […]

Travel This Summer: Places to Visit in the U.S.

Maya Ramirez The Paw Print Summer is rapidly approaching, which makes it a perfect opportunity to travel and road trip with friends. There is a lot the United States has to offer, and many times people do not take the opportunity to visit these things. Summer is the perfect time to visit a place that […]

Apologizing to Elephants

Linh Hoang The Paw Print Elephants show a depth of emotion, kindness, and love for one another. Each elephant has a story, and we humans are a part of that story. They are the largest land animal to walk the earth today. Everything about them is magical. Each family is led by the oldest female, […]

Supreme Court to Hear Marriage Equality Case

Abbie Stillman The Paw Print Human Rights have been an argument for decades as far as same-sex marriages are concerned. Many hold the belief that it is sin or that it is not natural. “They are choosing to love someone of the same sex. They chose their lifestyle.” I almost want to laugh in their […]

ASU Student Travels to El Salvador for Spring Break

Adrian Reyes The Paw Print ASU student Adrian Reyes participated in alternative spring break to El Salvador with a Newman group from Colorado Mesa University. He reflects, “I can’t find the right words to describe how powerful that experience was. When someone asks me about my trip, I am so excited to talk about my […]

Adams State University Hosts Pan American Days

ALAMOSA (April 27) – Sierra Grande High School student Cristal Cepeda and Monte Vista High School student Diego Lopez received scholarships to Adams State University, valued at $600, during the annual Pan American Days, hosted by El Parnaso, the Adams State Spanish Club, on April 23. Overall results include Sargent High School, first place; Monte […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet