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Senate Amends ASC Constitution and Bylaws

Cody Schuman The Paw Print The Adams State Senate has been discussing the need to make several changes in the school constitution and bylaws. The number of corrections has lead the senate body to construct a completely new constitution over the last several weeks. One of the major factors leading to the reformation of the […]

Community Information Session Addresses Construction at ASC

Toni Ortivez The Paw Print Last weekend an update about the campus improvement project was presented. The update was headed by President David Svaldi, Bill Mansheim, vice president from the office of finance, and Erik van de Boogaard, the vice president for facilities and planning. This session addressed the plans to update existing buildings, change […]

Daybreakers: A Vampire Thriller of the Future

Armando Montano The Paw Print Following the recent trend of vampires in movies, the vampire action thriller Daybreakers is sure to have many fans of this near-apocalyptic battle between humans and vampires. In the near future, a sudden plague swept through world transforming a majority of the Earth’s population into vampires. The human race is […]

Children of a Lesser God Travels to RMTA

Brenda Figueroa The Paw Print Jonathan Andujar is one of the eighteen ASC theater students attending the RMTA (Rocky Mountain Theatre Association) “It’s a competition we go to every year where we participate in acting competitions as well as attend acting workshops. There is also a chance to get summer employment with theatres throughout the […]

Science Saturdays: February 6

Kelby Sinka The Paw Print The whine of servos (the sound robots make) and the flashing red, yellow, and green of blinking LED lights is enough to startle anyone without prior knowledge of what goes on at nine in the morning on Saturdays in The Science Activity Center, the building between Richardson and the theatre […]

An Evening of Cross-Country Skiing and Stargazing

Kelby Sinka The Paw Print The stars were out in full-force on Saturday February 6, giving observers almost enough light to see by as they snow-shoed and cross-country skied two miles up to the Rio Grande Club’s main parking lot. The lack of light wasn’t what made the trek difficult; it was that the observers […]

State of the Union Address

Anthony Guerrero The Paw Print On January 27, 2010, President Barack Obama staged his first State of the Union Address as prescribed by the Constitution.  The President began with an inspiring opening paragraph which reminded Congress and the American public about the challenges our nation has overcome. “It’s tempting to look back on these moments […]

New Orleans Saints vs. Indianapolis Colts, Super Bowl XLIV (2-7-10)

James Williams The Paw Print MIAMI – The New Orleans Saints overcame an early 10-point deficit, pulled off a risky onside kick in undoubtedly one of the gutsiest calls in Super Bowl history, and won their first NFL title by beating the Indianapolis Colts 31-17 on Sunday night at Sun Life Stadium, the home of […]

Athlete of the Week February 10: Indira Spence

Adams State College sophomore sprinting track athlete, Indira Spence has been named as the February 10 and The Paw Print Athlete of the Week after finished second in the 39-person field  in the 200 meter dash last weekend at the New Mexico Classic. Spence had an NCAA automatic qualifying time of 24.25 seconds. This […]

Grizzlies lose to Mesa State (2-6-10)

James Williams The Paw Print The Adams State College men’s basketball team nearly pulled off one of the biggest upsets in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference this season, building a double-digit lead in the first half only to see it vanish early in the second half before eventually falling 80-67 on the road to the […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet