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Computing Services Maintenance for Thursday, 9/8/11

The following maintenance activities will take place beginning at 9 PM: All campus hosted web services and web servers will be down for roughly 2 hours as a critical security package is installed. The new redundant web servers will be tested and put into production during the web services outage. Campus LDAP services will be […]

Athlete of the Week: September 8

Adams State College senior running back for the football team, Terjean Saffold, has been named as the Athlete of the Week for the week ending on Sept. 4. Saffold broke an ASC available history (1997-present) record with his 33 carries in Saturday’s season-opening win over Dixie State, and his 179 yards gained on the […]

Women’s Volleyball Split Matches in Preseason Tournament in Canyon, TX

Dominique Davis The Paw Print CANYON, TEXAS ­­— The Grizzly women’s volleyball team headed south early last Thursday for the West Texas A&M Lady Buff Classic. The opening day, they played their first match against Texas- Permian Basin.

2011 Fantasy Footbal Preview

Reggie Thompson The Paw Print That time of year has come again; the weather is cooling, the leaves are changing, and professional football is just around the corner as the defending Super Bowl champ Green Bay Packers take on the previous trophy keepers, the New Orleans Saints, on Thursday for the premiere game of the […]

ASC’s Dirty Little Column with the Delicious Doctors 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, I’ve recently found myself in a sticky situation. I’m hanging out with two boys and they are teammates.  They aren’t friends but I’m always afraid I’m going to be brought up […]

ASC Scholar of the Week- September 8

As the new semester begins and academia reigns over the Adams State College campus, fifth year student Dan Carver dives into another semester of challenging courses.  That is exactly why the hard-working Geology and Physical Geography major has been nominated and selected as the Student of the Week. Carver was nominated by Professor Nehring because […]

Art Department Expands Program Opportunities

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print Preservation and advancement of the arts through education is something that Adams State undertook in early 1950, and since then the resulting Art Program has grown considerably.  In early 2000 the art department upgraded to their current location, which used to be the old science and math building.  The increase […]

Faculty Art Opening at the Snook Gallery

Jose Orozco The Paw Print Every fall at Adams State College the Art Department hosts the Faculty Art Opening in the Snook Gallery. Faculty within the art department have their summer projects on display, but, it’s not just the faculty that have the spot light. over the summer students taking summer art studio courses are […]

Adams State University in the Making

Will Cameron The Paw Print Over the last four years, Adams State College has increased enrollment by 34 percent, a very impressive figure.   With three straight years of record high freshman classes, there is no doubt that the people in admissions and enrollment are doing their jobs. However, with so many students on campus, combined […]

La Puente–A Reason to Get Married?

Stephany Nellessen If you have not yet been to see Zapata Falls, I highly encourage you to. The falls are so moving that you never know what it might inspire you to do—get married, perhaps? That’s exactly what it did for Richard and Lacy Stepp. Their story is quite astounding. Richard and Lacy recently came […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet