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Lunch Time Talk with Dr. John A. Auxier

Samantha Saville The Paw Print The lunch time talk on Thursday, April 8 with John A. Auxier was about his experiences with nuclear bomb testing. Dr. Auxier’s resume is very impressive. He got his Ph.D. in nuclear engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology, he holds tenure at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, and he […]

ASC Spring Band Concert Coming April 17

Audrey Martinez The Paw Print The Adams State College spring band concert is around the corner once again. The concert will be featuring our ASC concert band and the wind ensemble. The concert will feature new band literature performed in a variety of styles. The collection played on this evening will also include music from […]

The Effects of Congressional Scandals as Discussed by Dr. Roberds

Toni Ortivez The Paw Print Wednesday evening, Dr. Stephen C. Roberds presented the fifth faculty lecture of the semester. Dr. Roberds, an associate professor of government, presented his research on the scandals in politics. Dr. Roberds speech was entitled “Congressional Scandals” and is available for student viewing on the Adams State College home page under […]

Dirty Little Column April 15

Dear DLC:  I just found out that my ex-boyfriend has been going around telling everyone that I have an STD so that no one will go out with me anymore.  What an A-hole!  What do I do?  DTL: Let me just say that I absolutely agree, what an A-hole!  Hopefully you have some really good […]

Movie Review: Clash of the Titans

Armando Montano The Paw Print This month’s release of this new remake of the 1981 fantasy film Clash of the Titans is a major improvement to the movie genre based on Greek mythology. Where claymation originally achieved the rough basis of mythological terror of massive and improbable beasts, this year’s “Titans” masters the digital imaging […]

What Was So Noteworthy

**Author not available at this time. At the beginning of last week a friend of mine asked a rhetorical question, “What is so noteworthy about it?” after staring at a poster advertizing “A Noteworthy Evening.” And now, after having attended the prestigious event, I have an answer.

The Heart of La Puente

 Melissa Gant I work at La Puente Shelter three days a week, and I never know what my day is going to be like when I show up for my shift. We prepare and serve three meals a day, check guests in and out, strip beds, clean rooms, and give out hygiene kits and gas vouchers. […]

Suicide: The Third Leading Cause of Death in America

Tanya Lister After completing her morning tasks at the Adolescent Residential Treatment Center (RTC), my sister walked into her room after telling a friend she was going to rest until lunch. Twelve o’ clock arrived, and she was nowhere to be seen. After looking throughout the building, a resident of the center went to my […]

Grizzly Errors Costly as Mustangs Sweep Saturday Games

Eric Flores The Paw Print Adams State College freshman Katelyn Lovato nailed a single in the third inning of Game 1 and a triple in the fifth inning of Game 2 of Saturday’s Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference doubleheader against Western New Mexico University to break ASC’s former consecutive game hitting streak record of 19 games, […]

ASC Track Team Shows Continued Improvement at CU Meet

Kristen McGlynn The Paw Print On Saturday, April 10, the ASC men and women traveled to Boulder to compete in the University of Colorado Invitational held at Potts Field. Relieved by the slightly warmer and less windy weather at CU, the Grizzlies proceeded to turn in several wins and national qualifying marks. is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet