Wednesday, April 28th 11 a.m. (TH) Softball vs. Colorado State-Pueblo ASC Softball Field Noon Grizzly Club Barbecue ASC Softball Field 7 p.m. Grizzly Talk on KSPK-FM SLV Brewing Company
Posts from ‘April, 2010’
Cody Schuman The Paw Print The United States Air Force Academy Band performed a live concert last Saturday night in Leon Recital Hall. The Stellar Brass ensemble performed a “Day of Brass,” featuring music from a number of different styles, including folk, orchestral, Dixie, and many others.
Kristen McGlynn The Paw Print On Saturday, April 24, the ASC men and women track teams traveled to Fort Collins for the Jack Christiansen Invitational hosted by Colorado State University. The Grizzlies saw a fair amount of success at the meet even though both teams were competing with reduced numbers as many of the athletes […]
Chris Day ASC Sports Information The Adams State College Grizzly softball team hit four home runs in the last two innings, two which came off the bat of sophomore shortstop Rebecca Lindquist (Fort Collins, Colo.), as they snapped a 9-game losing streak with a 5-2 Game 1 win before giving up three homers and the […]
Eric R. Flores The Paw Print Adams State College freshman Ashley Pohl (Lake Tapps, Wash.) fired just 51 pitches while giving up just three hits as she recorded her second shutout of the season in Game 1 as the Grizzlies posted their biggest victory of the season, 12-0, over the Fort Lewis College Skyhawks, Sunday […]
Audrey Martinez The Paw Print As the 2010 spring has snuck up on Adams State College, the chamber choir and concert choir are preparing for their spring concert. The concert will feature music from many different religions and will explore the conflicts among them. The composer’s music that the choirs’ will feature include William Byrd, […]
James Williams The Paw Print The Colorado Division of Wildlife is conducting an investigation into the killing of five deer on the ASC campus in the early morning hours of April 22. The investigation is being led by the CDOW because the crime involves wildlife, but the investigation is being coordinated with the ASCPD. ASCPD […]
Cody Schuman The Paw Print Last Wednesday, the final faculty lecture of the semester was given to the public. The presentation, “Teaching as Community Activism,” entailed a group of local educators sharing their experiences after traveling to Guatemala.
Mariah Gaucin Imagine this: A young lady is sitting alone in her room with the lights off and the shades drawn. She’s crying uncontrollably and nothing she can do will make herself feel better. Her boyfriend just broke up with her, her friends are talking about her behind her back, her siblings are pests, and […]
Toni Ortivez The Paw Print Last Wednesday students, mostly art majors, set off for a day in Santé Fe. Although the trip was sponsored by the student art league and was chaperoned by professors form the art department, it was open to anyone looking for an art experience. The basis of the trip, other than […]