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Posts from ‘April, 2011’

My Favorite Part About Alamosa

As you all know, I am from Pueblo, Colorado. If you have never been to Pueblo, let me tell you it is very differnt then Alamosa. In Pueblo, the mountains are far away and you don’t see wildlife. My favorite part about living in Alamosa is seeing all of the deer. I think people who […]

Computing Services Maintenance for Thursday, April 28th, 2011

The following maintenance activity will take place beginning at 9 PM during our normally scheduled maintenance window: A UPS Battery Backup unit will be replaced in our server room. This will affect the Campus OneCard system, which will experience a brief outage of 15-30 minutes. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the […]

Photos by Nancy: April 28

 

Disney Princesses to Blame for Lack of Boyfriend

Elizabeth Young The Paw Print Most—if not all—fairy tales end with, “…and they all lived happily ever after.” This is a simple way tao end the story if you were reading it to a five-year-old, but it gives the child the impression that if she finds Prince Charming, everything in life will be hunky-dory for […]

Westboro Baptist Church Represents Everything Wrong with Humanity

Lance Hostetter The Paw Print Almost two months after the United States Supreme Court ruled that the Westboro Baptist Church could legally protest soldiers’ funerals, the church members finally got what they deserved – to be beaten, physically. Two weeks ago, while attempting to protest a soldier’s funeral in Rankin County, Mississippi, the citizens of […]

Science Saturday Silenced by Lack of Funds

Samantha Saville The Paw Print If you have been following the Science Saturday articles you know that this is the last one. If this is your first time hearing of this program, let me break it down for you. This program has been running for the past two years for kids in the San Luis […]

Adams State Sax Quartet Performed in Las Vegas

Linda Relyea Adams State College Four Adams State College student musicians received the honor of performing at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. The saxophone quartet, including director Ryan Janus, Adams State saxophone instructor and USAF Academy Band and Falconaries musician, Rose Stroback, Kayla Hunt, Leslie Kahler, and Dan Kenealy, played at the North American […]

AS&F Senate Proposes Changes to Constituion

Jessie Harper The Paw Print Every year, the chief of justice, Amber Harlan, and AS&F get together to make changes to the existing Senate Constitution because of the increasing evolution of the student body. This year, the changes are as follows: Article 1 Meeting Policies and Procedures; Section 1:  Attendance Section 1c. Clubs will receive […]

Grizzlies’ Lamb Joines Outlaws Coaching Staff

It has been announced that Adams State College director of lacrosse Jason Lamb will serve on the coaching staff of the Denver Outlaws professional lacrosse team this summer. Lamb, who is the head coach of both the Grizzlies’ first-year men’s and women’s lacrosse teams, will begin his duties with the Outlaws, a member of Major […]

Santamaria, Willner Score Twice as ASC Falls 8-5

Reggie Thompson The Paw Print In a special match-up at the Denver Broncos’ and Colorado Outlaws’ Invesco Field at Mile High Stadium as the premiere game of the Littleton Cup Tripleheader, Adams State again fell short of pulling off a win in comeback fashion as they lost 8-5 to Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (WILA) rival […]

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