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Celebrating a Weapon of Mass Destruction

Dr. David Mazel Adams State College Some people sure do get off on guns. According to the Salt Lake Tribune, Utah lawmakers opened this year’s legislative session by “praising Utah weapons pioneer John M. Browning, celebrating a day honoring the state’s founding father of firearms and then moving to designate Browning’s M1911 as Utah’s official […]

Parking Quickly Becoming Valuable Commodity at ASC

Paul Pizza The Paw Print When I first came to Adams State, I had no problems parking at all with the addition of the two new parking lots, the first one being near the soccer field and the second by the stadium apartments. However, it is nearly impossible to find a parking space this semester.  […]

Unlikely Friends: La Puente Reaches Out to Break Sterotypes

Craig DenUyl The Heart of La Puente On August 28 of 1963, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. boldly declared: “I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal.” […]

ASC Athlete of the Week: February 10

Following a weekend where she put the Grizzlies back on a winning track while averaging 25.5 points, 8.5 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game and recording her first double-double of the season, Adams State senior Vera Jo Bustos has been as the RMAC/Baden Offensive Player of the Week and has been named as the […]

Grizzlies Suffer First Weekend Sweep of Season in New Mexico

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information A streaking Western New Mexico squad won their fourth straight as the Grizzlies suffered back-to-back losses for the first time this season, falling 85-76 to the Mustangs in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) action on Saturday night on Drag’s Court.

Grizzlies Beat Ranked Foe, Drop to Lopers During Weekend Duals

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Freshman Mark Mabry, Jr. and junior Luke McPeek each recorded first-period wins by fall and the 17th-ranked Grizzlies received another pair by forfeit en route to scoring a 32-16 in over the 19th-ranked Fort Hays State (Kan.) Tigers in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) wresting action on Thursday afternoon.

Spence Repeats as RMAC Women’s Track Honoree

On the strength of league-leading third and fourth NCAA Championships national qualifiers, Adams State junior Indira Spence (Trelawny, Jamaica) has been named as the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) Women’s Track Athlete of the Week for the second consecutive week, conference officials announced Wednesday. Not only has Spence qualified for the NCAA Indoor Track & […]

Grizzlies Sweep New Mexico RMAC Rivals Over Weekend

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information With a 20-point second-half performance from senior guard Vera Jo Bustos who was playing back in her hometown for the final time in her collegiate career, the Adams State women’s basketball team shot 57.1 percent (28-49) from the field in a convincing 77-60 win over Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) […]

Dr. Stuart Hilwig to Continue Faculty Lecture Series Feb. 16

Reggie Thompson The Paw Print Adams State College’s Faculty Lecture series continues February 16 with professor of history and philosophy Dr. Stuart J. Hilwig. Last month, in part one of the semester long series, Lyle Carbutt, adjunct professor of earth science, delivered a well-received lecture covering the study of Sauropods.  This month, Professor Hilwig will […]

Dr. Jeff Elison Joins Adams State Psychology Department

Toni Steffens The Paw Print Adams State College has welcomed a new psychology professor, Dr. Jeff Elison, for the 2011 Spring Semester. Dr. Elison is happy to be teaching in Alamosa and excited to support his students in research projects. Dr. Jeff Elison describes his welcome to Adams State College and the local community as […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet