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Sports Schedule for December 3-11

Friday, December 3rd 6 p.m. Women’s Basketball at Colorado State-Pueblo Pueblo, Colo. 8 p.m. Men’s Basketball at Colorado State-Pueblo Pueblo, Colo.

Adams State Men Continue to Dominate With Central Regional Championship

Lauren Martin The Paw Print The cold wind and long road trip didn’t seem to faze the Adams State College Men’s cross country team as they took the top spot in the Central Regional Championships held in Wayne, Neb. on November 20. The championship meet hosted by Wayne State University gave the Grizzly’s a chance […]

Adams State Women Cross Country Returns to Top With Regional Win

Lauren Martin The Paw Print Adams State women’s cross country team won the Central Region Cross Country championship on Saturday November 20. This win brought Adams State back into the top of the rankings in the USATFCCCA poll. The 6,000-meter race contested at Wayne State University in Wayne, Nebraska showcased the Grizzly women as they […]

Athlete of the Week for December 1

After having a remarkable weekend and breaking several ASC Division II records Adams State College senior guard on the women’s basketball team has been named as the Print athlete of the weeke for the week ending Nov. 28. In the Grizzlies first game of the Colorado State-Pueblo Chuck Stephens Classic against Drury (Mo.) on […]

Bustos Breaks ASC Records as Grizzlies Sweep Pueblo Tournament

Eric R. Flores The Paw Print In what was a lazy Thanksgiving for many, the Adams State College Women’s basketball team had a full plate of action on Friday and Saturday as they were one of four teams that participated in the 2010 Colorado State-Pueblo Chuck Stephens Classic tournament in Pueblo at Massari Arena.

National Geographic to Launch Geotourism Project for the Four Corners Region

Jesse Medina The Paw Print National Geographic maps will be joining with organizations in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Arizona in highlighting the four corners region. The Project intends to draw special attention to the natural and cultural attractions of the area. As an added bonus the project is expected to also contribute to the […]

Nov. Conference on Addictions Highlights Everday Activities

Melissa Skinner The Paw Print On November 15 an addictions conference was held in the Student Union Building from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. The conference was for students and faculty of ASC as well as the public and featured presentations given by graduate students in the Counselor Education department. The students presenting were members […]

Adams State Celebrates World AIDS Day, AIDS Week

Kim Vialpando The Paw Print Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is diseases of the human immune caused by the human immunodeficiency virus also known as HIV. The HIV virus is a germ that attacks certain types of white blood cells in human blood. This virus attacks a person’s immune system and damages their ability to fight […]

Take Your Breath Away With The ASC Jazz Performance

Rebekah Tirrell The Paw Print The Music Department came together to create a beautiful night of jazz. Wednesday, November 17, brought Adams State Big Band, Jazz Combo, 68 West, and Acoustic Blues to the Adams State community and the Alamosa community as well. The directors were Professor James Doyle, instruments, and Dr. Beth Robison, vocals.  […]

The Dirty Little Column With the Deliscious Dr. Love’s At ASC

Dr. Chocolate Thunder and Professor Vanilla Lightning are not real doctors or mental healt professionals. Their advice should not be taken seriously. Dear DLC, I’ve been talking to 2 guys; just talking and now both of them think we’re officially dating.  I don’t want to break their hearts but what do I do? is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet