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Grizzlies go 0-2 on the weekend

Courtney Jones South Coloradan The grizzlies took on the sixth-ranked Metro State College Roadrunners this past weekend at Auroria field in Denver, Colorado. The home field advantage definitely added to the Roadrunners strong field play as they held the grizzlies to just one shot on goal. The Roadrunners were led by Rebecca Mays who capped […]

Kay Malouff Unveils Stained Glass at Sand Dunes National Park

Jesse Medina South Coloradan Kay Malouff, along with Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, and Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve Superintendent Art Hutchinson unveiled a stained glass piece in the Park’s Visitor Center on Saturday, Sept. 26. The stained glass unveiling was done on National Public Lands Day, which is a day set […]

Adams State Hispanic Heritage Month

Armando Montano South Coloradan Adams State College and the surrounding community are preparing to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in October.   “Compartiendo Tradiciones,” a wide variety of events, have been scheduled to highlight the value of Hispanic culture both in the past and now, and the impacts of hispanic contributions on our daily culture.  Two […]


Samantha Saville South Coloradan The Medicine Show last Wednesday night was a huge hit. The audience was packed to watch all the clubs perform the humorous acts. The Medicine Show is an old Adams State tradition that was founded when we were the Adams Sate Indians. Indians believe that laughter is the best medicine so […]

Club Requirements

Nicole Plowright South Coloradan Joining a club or an organization is the easiest way for a student to get involved on campus. However, when a student joins one of these groups, what exactly are they getting into? When a club becomes an active club through AS&F, meaning they receive funding from AS&F for their activities, […]

ASC’s theatre production makes another connection

Armando Montano South Coloradan The Adams State College Theater Department’s newest onstage production of “Children of a Lesser God” gave the audience an opportunity to see what impact sound has on those who cannot hear. The entire production required the contribution of several individuals to create the final result. Dr. John Taylor, professor of theater […]

Roctober Returns to Colorado

Jesse Medina South Coloradan Colorado is celebrating with the Colorado Rockies as they reach the postseason for the second time in three years. Success in Colorado sports has become not so much a goal as a yearly expectation.  The Avalanche began the trend as they won the Stanley Cup in the 1995-1996 season.  The much […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet