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Two Rooms Remains Relevant, Entices Opening Night Audience

James Williams The Paw Print The Adams State College Theatre department opened the 2010-11 season this past weekend with the opening performances of “Two Rooms,” a dramatic love story surrounded by the complications created by international politics and terrorism. Written by Lee Blessing in 1988, “Two Rooms” is as relevant today as it was more […]

U.S. Senate Declares Hispanic-Serving Institutions Week

Tiffany Wood The Paw Print The United States Senate unanimously passed Resolution 635 which declared Sept. 19-25 as National Hispanic-Serving Institutions Week. The resolution was co-sponsored by Colorado Senator Mark Udall and recognizes “the contributions of these institutions, which are at the forefront of service to our nation’s youngest and largest ethnic population.” Adams State […]

ASC Teams Up with La Puente for ASC Cares Day

Toni Steffens The Paw Print Many individuals and clubs from Adams State College spent most of their Saturday volunteering at San Luis Valley organizations for ASC Cares Day. Students and some staff and faculty from the college went out to local organizations to help establish sustained relationships between the college and these groups.

Deer Shooting at a Standstill

Samantha Saville The Paw Print Five poor, innocent deer were shot in front of Richardson Hall last spring. The deer shooting on campus happened almost six months ago, and the case is now at a standstill.

Letter to the Editor: Free Speech on the ADams State Campus

Lace King The Paw Print Savannah Schlaufman wrote an article titled “Free Speech on Campus” for last week’s edition of the Paw Print. The article details her dissatisfaction with the individuals who successfully brought awareness and positive change to the proposed poster policy. She also supports the authors of the policy, making a case for […]

Obama’s Justice Department Struggles to Prosecute Guantanamo

Dr. Mark Finney The Paw Print The Washington Post reported on Tuesday that a civilian judge presiding over Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani’s terrorism trial in New York barred prosecutors from calling a witness who was named by Ghailani after being tortured (or “harsh interrogation techniques” as we have euphemistically come to know it) by U.S. officials […]

Athlete of the Week for October 7

Adams State College junior running back Terjean Saffold of the Grizzlies football team  has been named as the Print Athlete of the Week for week ending on October 3. Saffold had a career-high 176 combined rushing and receiving yards and scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns in Saturday’s game against nationally ranked and RMAC favorite Nebraska-Kearney. […]

Davis Leads Grizzlies to 3-set Sweet of Visiting Pack

Chris Day ASC Sports Information Adams State College sophomore outside hitter Dominique Davis  put down nine kills in the first set alone and finished the night with 19 as the Grizzlies erased four second set points while posting a 3-set (25-22, 29-27, 25-19) Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference sweep over the visiting Colorado State University-Pueblo ThunderWolves […]

Grizzlies win non-Division I Titled at Rocky Mountain Shootout

Lauren Martin The Paw Print The cool air of Fall greeted the Adams State College women’s cross country team at the Colorado University Rocky Mountain Shootout in Boulder, Colorado on Saturday, October 2. The women’s team competed in a field of 18 teams from across the country in one of the biggest meets of the […]

Grizzlies Men Finish a CLose Second at the Rocky Mountain Shootout

Lauren Martin The Paw Print On October 2, the Grizzlies raced at the Rocky Mountain Shootout hosted by the Colorado University Buffaloes. The Adams State harriers finished first in the non-Division I team race, and second overall, losing only to Colorado University by 7 points, with the unofficial team scores of 35 for the Buffs […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet