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Posts on ‘October 13th, 2010’

Objecting to News Objectivity

Dr. Mark Finney The Paw Print reported on Wednesday that NPR (formerly National Public Radio) has sent an internal memo to employees banning them from attending the upcoming rallies sponsored by Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert.  The Huffingtonpost story quotes NPR’s Senior Vice President for News, Ellen Weiss as writing “NPR journalists may not […]

Baseball Smells and the Homeless Shelter

Alex Breington The Paw Print Trying to understand poverty solely through numbers is like looking at baseball purely through statistics.  The fact that Ty Cobb had a career batting average of .366 just can’t say as much as the famous picture of him on the ground in a cloud of dust: spikes in the air, […]

Homecoming Bonfire at Adams

Jazmine Porras The Paw Print Students gathered around the softball field last Thursday night to watch the local firefighters conduct their business. However, the students were not standing around in the cold night air hoping to see some excitement or danger while the firefighters put out a fire. This time, students watched as these men, […]

Grizzlies Blowout New Mexico Highlands in Homecoming Game

James Williams The Paw Print The Adams State College Grizzlies notched their first conference win of the season on Saturday, cruising to a 55-0 homecoming shutout victory over the visiting New Mexico Highlands University Cowboys. Junior running back Terjean Saffold led the charge, scoring three rushing touchdowns in the first half, as the Grizzlies racked […]

Athlete of the Week- October 14

Adams State College junior running back Terjean Saffold has been named as the Athlete of the Week for week ending on October 10. Saffold is this year’s first athlete to win the honor multiple times and has won it for the second week in a row. Saffold recorded his second straight and third 100-yard […]

Davis-less Grizzlies Fall in Four

Chris Day ASC Sports Information Playing without the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference’s leader in total kills, the Adams State College Grizzlies lost “overtime” decisions in both the second and fourth sets as they fell in four sets to streaking Mesa State College, Saturday afternoon here in the Mavericks’ Brownson Arena.

Own Goals Help Grizzlies Claim 2-2 Tie at CCU

Chris Day ASC Sports Information The Adams State College women’s soccer team benefited from two own goals as they came from two goals down to record a 2-2 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tie, Sunday afternoon here at Colorado Christian University. The tie was the first of the season for the Grizzlies who snapped a 4-game […]

Grizzly Men Drop Two Games Over the Weekend

Sara Krupski The Paw Print Friday afternoon the Adams State Grizzlies fell to the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Mountain Lions 8-0 in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play at Murphy Field. The 8-0 loss allowed the Mountain Lions to match their school record for most goals scored in a game. With this loss the Grizzlies fell […]

Adams State College’s Dirty Little Secret Column With the Dr. Love’s

Dr. Chocolate Thunder and Professor Vanilla Lightning are not real doctors or mental health professionals. Their advice should not be taken seriously. DEAR DLC: I went out with my friends to The Purple Pig this weekend.  I’ll admit I had a few drinks, and I let loose on the dance floor.  I ended up hardcore […]

A Brief History on the Luther Bean Museum in Richardson Hall

Toni Steffens The Paw Print Tucked away in the south end of the second story of Richardson Hall the Luther Bean Museum serves as an often underutilized service for the students of Adams State College and the public. Museum director, Kat Olance, believes that one of the biggest problems for the museum is letting people […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet