The Endangered Species Act: How New Mexico’s silvery minnow might impact water in the San Luis Valley
Justin Tade, a solicitor with the Department of the Interior, will discuss recent developments in the status of silvery minnows, and how these developments might affect upstream water users in the San Luis Valley at noon on Friday, March 14 … Continue reading →
A representative from New Mexico Game and Fish will be on campus Thursday, March 13 at 5 p.m. in Porter hall room 128 to discuss hiring requirements and procedures for game wardens. For more information, please contact Dr. Tim Armstrong … Continue reading →
In the Supreme Court, state legislatures, churches, and living rooms across America, society is engaged in a dialogue about our beliefs and attitudes about the LGBTQ community. From gay marriage to civil rights, there can be no doubt that change … Continue reading →
Cost: $65.00 Registration Deadline: 6pm on March 17 Pre-Trip Meeting: March 19 in the ASAP office 6pm-7pm Trip Includes: Transportation, all necessary rock climbing and camping equipment, leadership and instruction of experienced ASAP staff, and all meals. Physical/Mental Challenge: What … Continue reading →
Everyone is invited to bring their poems and their songs, their freestyles and their flows! Or you can just come to listen… Enjoy a night of music, inspiration and positive vibes! This Sunday, March 9th at 6pm in the Student … Continue reading →
Build some exercise and fresh air into your day! Meet at the Grizzly statue in front of the Rex Activity Center at noon each Friday for a 45 minute walk along the river and through north campus neighborhoods. Faculty, staff, … Continue reading →
Come support SACNAS, one of ASU’s newest clubs by buying a DNA paracord keychain! Each key chain is modeled after a DNA double helix and are handmade in different colors. Each keychain is $3. They will be sold at the … Continue reading →
One of Pacioli’s core values is to promote a strong and defined student culture within the School of Business. In order to effectively identify the needs and concerns of the students, Pacioli is sponsoring an Open Forum which will allow … Continue reading →
Dr. Anicia Alvarez joined ASU in Fall 2009. We are so lucky to have her in our Teacher Education department. Dr. Anicia Alvarez has had the distinct experience of teaching in Singapore, Brunei, Malaysia, and her native Philippines. She earned … Continue reading →
Yale professor Dr. Christy Olezeski will be conducting a special talk — Childhood Trauma: Behavioral and Biological Correlates and What We Can Do to Help. Attendees will learn about the basic trends in child maltreatment, the problems in reporting maltreatment, … Continue reading →
Breakfast burritos at 8:30 Friday morning at Plachy Hall will be $3 due to the larger size being offered. Still at East Entrance
Biology Club will be selling breakfast burritos for $2 on Friday, March 7, at the East entrance of Plachy Hall. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
The Paw Print is now available! Pick up your copy around campus or read us online at http://blogs.adams.edu/thepawprint/.
The winner of the Gift Card for taking the Student Life Purpose Fee had to be randomly selected again. The winner is Daniel Chavez. You will have until Thursday March 13th by 5:00 to claim your prize. Stop by the … Continue reading →
Join a diverse group of community and campus leaders tonight when they speak on Women’s Empowerment, followed by a roundtable discussion. 6 p.m. McD 101. It is scheduled to allow you to participate in the Tunnel of Oppression either prior … Continue reading →