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Texting Promotes Negative Societal Behaviors

Adam Petrash Special to the Paw Print There have been countless times where I couldn’t go a whole outing without feeling ignored by a friend whose nose was buried in their T9 world. It’s like when someone says it’s rude for you to be talking on the phone while out with others. Surprise! Texting is […]

Gun Control Measures Now More Important than Ever

Lance Hostetter The Paw Print Wednesday marked the twelfth anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting.  One of the nation’s worst acts of violence still conjures up feelings of grief and uneasiness, and rightfully so. Just a day before the anniversary of Columbine, another gun related incident occurred in a Texas elementary school.  A kindergartener […]

Alternative Energies Could be Detrimental to SLV

Samantha Saville The Paw Print Everyone should know about the cost of alternative energies before they become too widely used. It is safe to say that almost any alternative energy (natural gas, nuclear power, wind and solar) is better than petroleum-based products for the general environment, but at what cost? Is “renewable” energy really renewable?

ASC’s Dirty Little Column with the Delicious Drs. Love

Dr. Chocolate Thunder and Professor Vanilla Lightning are not real doctors or mental health professionals. Their advice should not be taken seriously. Dear DLC, when I first started dating my current boyfriend, we were very attracted to each other sexually.  We still are, and we have sex a lot.  I enjoy it, but I am […]

Trip to Two Denver ARt Museums Inspired ASC Art Students

Toni Ortivez The Paw Print Last Wednesday members of the Adams State Art Department ventured off to Denver to peruse through the Museum of Modern Art and the Denver Art Museum. Students paid $5 for the trip and left with professors early Wednesday morning for the one-day event. The first stop of the trip was […]

Spence Takes over NCAA-II Lead

Adams State College junior Indira Spence clocked the second fastest 100-meter hurdle time in program history as she posted a mark of 13.08 seconds to easily take over the NCAA Division II National Performance list lead in the event while competing in the invitational section of the event at the 53rd Annual Mt. SAC Relays, […]

Grizzlies Post Stellar Efforts at Mt. SAC Relays

Chris Day ASC Sports Information Sophomore Kristen McGlynn and the 4X100-meter relay quartet of freshman Chelsea Fenderson, junior Indira Spence, senior Jazmine Ralph and junior KayMarie Jones both set NCAA Division II Championship Automatic qualifying times as every Adams State College women that competed set NCAA qualifying marks at the 53rd Annual Mt. SAC Relays […]

Grizzly Men’s Lacrosse Comeback Not Enough Against Argonauts

Reggie Thompson The Paw Print The Grizzlies couldn’t quite complete their comeback Friday afternoon as the Notre Dame de Namur University Argonauts’ fourth quarter pull-away improved their overall record to 6-7, atop the Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (WILA), while Adams State fell in their eighth loss of the season. The game began with a couple […]

Athlete of the Week: April 21

Adams State College junior sprinter and hurdler for the women’s track and field team, Indira Spence, has been named as the ASC Grizzlies Athlete of the Week for the week ending on April 17. Spence set three NCAA qualifying marks in as many efforts over the weekend as she competed in Walnut, Calif. at the […]

Grizzlies Claim Best Ever RMAC Overall Finish

  Chris Day ASC Sports Information   The Adams State College women’s golf team finished fifth in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championship tournament and claimed the same overall place in the conference’s final regular season standings. That overall finish is the program’s highest in the program’s 6-year history and is a slight improvement over […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet