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Posts on ‘February 2nd, 2011’

Academically Adrift? Maybe, Maybe Not

Dr. David Mazel Adams State College You college students sure are dumb! At least, so says the promo for a recently released book, Academically Adrift: “[M]ore and more students go to college every year…but almost no one asks the fundamental question…: are undergraduates really learning anything once they get there? For a large proportion of […]

Food Bank Forced to Cut Back in 2011

Alissa Tombaugh The Heart of La Puente After serving a record-setting number of people in 2010, the Alamosa Food Bank, a program of La Puente, will reduce the amount of food each patron can receive in 2011. This comes as the community food resource feels the impact of increased need throughout the San Luis Valley. […]

Student Asked to Assist Adams State in Enrollment Research

Julie Waechter Adams State College This month, Adams State students, faculty, and staff will be asked to participate in a research project designed to help the college achieve targeted enrollment growth, according to Dr. Michael Mumper, senior vice president for Enrollment Management & Program Development.

Carbutt Kicks Off Spring Faculty Lecture Series

Armando Montano The Paw Print January 26 saw the first of the spring semester’s faculty lecture. The lecture Sauropods: The Behemoths of the Dinosaur World featured Mr. Lyle Carbutt as its chief speaker, who lectured for the hour about the humungous land dinosaurs. The turnout had many diverse individuals, and the topic surely entranced all […]

Parking Continues to Challenge, Frustrate Adams State

Jesse Medina The Paw Print Parking is continuing to be a concern at Adams State College. The continuing renovations are causing the already troublesome parking for students, faculty, and neighborhood residences alike to become even more inadequate. The closing down of Richardson Avenue for the new face lift for the E.S Building is the latest […]

Athlete of the Week: February 3

After scoring the most points of any women’s basketball player since the 1987-1988 seasons, Autumn Boyer (South Sioux City, Neb.) has been named as the Athlete of the Week award for the week ending Jan. 30. Boyer, who is the first ever junior varsity player to ever be named Athlete of the Week, […]

Grizzlies Split Weekend Games, Fall Two Spots in Central Rankings

Reggie Thompson The Paw Print Adams State College’s men’s basketball team fell three points shy of a big win against conference rival Fort Lewis College in a 78-75 thriller on Saturday night. Coming into the game, Fort Lewis was 14-3 overall and ranked No. 1 in the NCAA Division II Central Regional Rankings.  The Grizzlies […]

Short-handed Grizzlies Claim Three Straight Pins, 33-15 Road Win

Chris Day ASC Sports Information Dominic DeMarco, Luke McPeek and Taylor Stam all recorded first period pins as the nation’s 18th ranked, yet-shorthanded Adams State College Grizzlies pulled away for a decisive 33-15 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference wrestling win over host New Mexico Highlands University Cowboys, Friday night here in the Wilson Complex.

Grizzly Indoor Track Team competes in UNM Invitational Over Weekend

Paul Pizza The Paw Print Head Coach Damon Martin has started something rare in college sports, that is starting a dynasty.  Both the men and women’s track teams are currently ranked fifth in the nation after the second coaches’ poll of the season.  The men’s squad came in ranked eighth in the nation after winning […]

Grizzly Football Signs 23 on National Signing Day

The Adams State College football program has welcomed its 23 newest members as that number of high school senior signed letters of intent on Wednesday to continue their educational and football playing careers with the Grizzlies, starting this fall. Wednesday’s National Signing Day was the first day that players can formally commit to the college […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet