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The ASC’s Dirty Little Secret Colum With the Delicious 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, So lately I have been hooking up with this girl and she has a huge bush.  It really bothers me that every time I go down there I feel like I’m […]

V.P. Bill Manshiem Talks Budget and Tuition for Next Year

Kim Vialpando The Paw Print Bill Manshiem has been really busy lately working on many projects. He has been attending many senate, legislative, and state meetings. Adam State is dependent on state support. Currently, the state gives out around 12 million in  support for student tuition and fees.  

Dr. Roberd’s Faculty Lecture at ASC

Tiffany Wood The Paw Print The Faculty Lecture on October 27 featured Dr. Stephen Roberds, a political science professor at ASC. The topic was the midterm elections and was timed perfectly, the week before Election Day. He discussed what could be expected in these elections and also, with a little pushing and goading from some […]

Beaver Establishes Nursing Scholarship

Linda Relyea Adams State College ALAMOSA (October 26)  Mary McAninch Beaver’s appreciation of the Adams State College Nursing Program, inspired her, and her husband Cal, to establish a scholarship for nursing students. A valley native, Beaver, encourages local students to pursue a career in nursing. “I enjoyed being a nurse. It is gratifying to know […]

Wreford Reaches Students’ Through True Commitment

Lace King Adams State College David Wreford, adjunct professor of English, continually captures his students’ hearts and minds throughout his four-year career at Adams State College. Wreford is introduced to approximately 30 incoming freshmen in his introductory English classes each semester. Through his highly regarded, unique teaching methods, Wreford ensures each class of new students […]

Adams State Science Saturdays Fun for Both Young and Old

Jesse Medina The Paw Print We all know how we get when we are sitting at any variety of science classes where a crazy experiment is conducted. It is like a magic show. Science Saturdays is an event that both young and old can participate in science experiments that are both relevant and fun. Science […]

RESPECT Week Encourages a Stand Against Bullying

Toni Steffens The Paw Print Adams State College graduate student, Jennifer Carter, found herself very concerned when she heard news stories about recent suicides around the country involving young people who were bullied for being, or because someone else believed they were, gay. She decided to take action to prevent similar bullying situations on the […]

Construction Continues at ASC, Dorms Remain Unfinished

Kim Vialpando The Paw Print As many of you have noticed there have been a lot of changes going on at ASC. A new stadium, apartments, and soccer/lacrosse field, and there is more to come. The new rooms in the Rex apartments are finished and should be occupied later this week. Locker rooms will be […]

Drumm, Hellweg Named to 2010 RMAC Soccer All-Second Team

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Adams State juniors Amber Drumm and Jessica Hellweg tied for the team lead in goals with six each this fall, and have now both been named to the 2010 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference squad, announced Tuesday by league officials.  Both were second team picks.

Grizzlies Cap Off Season with 2-1 Victory Over Lopers at Murphy Field

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information The Adams State women’s soccer team closed out its 2010 season on Sunday afternoon in front of its largest crowd of the year Murphy Field, where the Grizzlies scored a pair of second half goals, sending seniors Bry Aiken and Theresa Zackary out with a win in their final collegiate […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet