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Posts from ‘September, 2012’

REGISTER TO VOTE RIGHT HERE

Attention Students, Staff and Faculty!!!!! Whether you need to register to vote for the first time or have moved since you last registered – registering to vote is easy. By registering and voting in big numbers in 2012, we can raise the voice of young people, together. Please help spread the word by forwarding this […]

Now’s your chance to meet a wizard and learn about your future!

We predict a tarot card reading in your near future! Next Wednesday, October 3rd, Sir John the Grey Wizard will be providing free tarot readings for students from 10am – 3pm. The magic will be happening in the Solarium of the Student Union Building, by La Mesa Dining Hall and One Stop. Drop by, say […]

Volleyball Takes Down CSU-Pueblo and Highlands

Dominque Davis The Paw Print The Grizzlies were on the road again for the fourth straight week since their season began. With an extremely tough start to their season, the ASU women packed up the bus again to head to Pueblo and Las Vegas, New Mexico this weekend. Friday’s match against CSU Pueblo was one […]

Football Falls to Thunderwolves 30-0

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print Seven turnovers by the Grizzly offense led to a 30-0 defeat against number three ranked Colorado State University- Pueblo in Pueblo on Saturday. The Grizzlies now fall to 3-1 overall and an even 1-1 in conference play. Pueblo moves up to 4-0 overall and is the only unbeaten team in […]

Gold Season Continues

Christian Elliot The Paw Print Young faces and new names fill the Adam’s State men’s golf program. Eleven freshmen fill the roster on the team, as well as adding one sophomore, junior and senior. Also, the team is not made of just Colorado natives, but individuals from all over the globe. . “I came to […]

Alumni Develops Life-Saving Medical Technology

Linda Relyea ASU PR Passion and persistence have fueled the athletic, academic, and business achievements of Dr. James R. Matthie ’78, ’79. Numerous medical journals are predicting the medical device technology Matthie co-developed will save thousands of lives each year. The technology is known as Bioimpedance Spectroscopy (BIS). “I am pleased that my body of […]

Women’s Professional Football League Stories

Jose Orozco The Paw Print Women’s history is a subject that is often left out of public school lesson plans, but on Wednesday night Dr. “Beez” LeaAnn Schell gave a “Herstory” of women in sports. The topic was football, but more specifically women’s professional football. The title of the presentation was, “not Lingerie or Fantasy: […]

Aftermath of Anti-Muslim Video in Middle East

Jessica Palacio The Paw Print In July of this year video clips of the film “Innocence of Muslims” were uploaded onto YouTube and no one could have imagined the repercussions that the video would cause worldwide. When Arabic dubbed versions of the clips began to appear in early September it took only 11 days for […]

SWAG 1100 Reasons to Stay Alive and Connect

Kaymarie Jones The Paw Print Last Wednesday, Sept. 19, the Suicide Watch Awareness Gang (S.W.A.G) revealed “1100 Reasons to Stay Alive and Connected” to Adams State University students and faculty members with a beautiful display of flowers on North Campus Green. Pete McDill, a Resident Assistant and S.W.A.G. member says, “SWAG is a student-led group […]

Participating in Special Interests Clubs is Fun

Arvilla Weldon Rotaract Advisor Dear Editor, Last week I submitted an article, but when it was rewritten it did not convey what I meant to say to show the ‘difference’ between joining a campus Special Interest Club and joining a campus Service Club. Special Interest Clubs are fun to belong to and I encourage students […]

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