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Posts from ‘December, 2011’

Computing Services Maintenance for Thursday, December 22nd, 2011

Due to the length of time required to perform the maintenance, the following maintenance activities will take place beginning at 5 PM: All Banner services will be unavailable from 5:00 PM until around midnight for the installation of battery back-up systems, power distribution units, and cable management equipment. Employees are asked to log out of […]

What’s New in Student Life?!

Hey guys! There are a few new things going on in the Loft that are definitely worth knowing about.  First and foremost our Loft Passes (which were originally $20.00) are now $15.00.  Having a loft pass gives you unlimited access to all the activities up in the Loft, except for video games which have a […]

Training for the new Bricolage

Bricolage Users – it’s time to find out about the new changes Mike has made to elements in Bricolage. Let’s meet upstairs in the Art Dept – Room 222.  For your convenience, I’ve set up two times to go over the below material:   11am Thursday, December 15th 9am Friday, December 16th In both sessions, […]

Sports Schedule: December 9-18

Friday, December 9th 3 p.m. Indoor Track & Field at Blue & Silver Open USAFA, Colo. Saturday, December 10th All Day Wrestling at Colorado Mesa Open Grand Junction, Colo. 6 p.m. Women’s Basketball vs. Fort Lewis Plachy Hall (Sodexo Night) 7 p.m. Developmental Men’s Basketball at Laramie County (Wyo.) CC Cheyenne, Wyo. 8 p.m. Men’s […]

Athlete of the Week: December 8

Caitlin Boal Adams State College sophomore women’s basketball player Caitlin Boal (Albuquerque, N.M.) has been named the ASCGrizzlies.com Athlete of the Week for the week ending on Dec. 4. Boal was the Grizzlies’ second leading scorer over the weekend, scoring a total of 35 points. She put up 13 points in ASC’s RMAC opener against […]

Grizzlies Split Weekend’s Games

Reggie Thompson The Paw Print The Adams State women’s basketball team held their home opener against conference rival Colorado State University-Pueblo on Friday night in Plachy Hall to kick of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) play.  Unfortunately for the Grizzlies, the ThunderWolves came to win and did just that with a 67-57 victory.

Four Grizzlies Take Titles at Fort Hays State Bob Smith Open

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Desk HAYS, Kan. – Four ASC wrestlers won their weight class at Saturday’s Fort Hays State Bob Smith Open including top-seeded Luke McPeek (Albuquerque, N.M.) at 197 pounds, No. 2 seeds Jerry Huff (Broomfield, Colo.) at 125 and Ryan Fillingame (Victorville, Calif.) at 133, and unseeded Jarrod Purvis (Colorado Springs, Colo.) at 174 pounds. In addition to their […]

HPPE Department Holds Open House For Students

Jose Orozco The Paw Print What goes on in the HPPE department no longer stays there. An open house was hosted by the Human Performance lab the middle of November. This was just a peek into what is done over in Plachy Hall. Several department students were given a variety of physical performance tests including […]

Grizzlies Beat CSU-PUeblo, UCCS to Stay Undefeated

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director The Adams State Men’s basketball team maintain their perfect regular season record over the weekend with wins over RMAC opponents Colorado State University- Pueblo and University of Colorado- Colorado Springs. In a thrilling game, the Grizzlies opened their Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) schedule on Friday night at Plachy […]

Five-Year-Old Disfigured in Iraq and Brought to U.S.

Rachel Decker The Paw Print Youssif was only five years old when he became horribly disfigured. It was Jan. 15, 2007. That same day, US troops had surged the Iraqi capital to cut down on sectarian violence that plagued Baghdad. Youssif was playing outside that day while his mother was cleaning the house. Suddenly, the […]

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