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Computing Services Maintenance for Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

The following maintenance activities will take place tonight beginning at 9 PM during our regularly scheduled maintenance window: -All Banner services including Banner Web will be down for roughly an hour starting at 9 PM for the installation of critical security updates. -The old DNS servers that have recently been replaced will be taken completely […]

Athlete of the Week: September 22

Adams State College freshman women’s golfer Rachel Reiling (Littleton, Colo.), has been named as the Athlete of the Week for the week ending on Sept. 19. Reiling set a new Grizzly freshman scoring record by posting a round of 77 in the opening round of the season at last week’s Colorado Christian Invitational/RMAC #1. 

Grizzlies Fall to Rival CSU-Pueblo

Nick Jurney The Paw Print Over 3500 fans filled the stands on “Blackout Night” to watch the Adams State Grizzlies take on the number18 ranked CSU-Pueblo Thunderwolves in a rivalry battle of the unbeatens that went down to the wire last Saturday night. The Grizzlies (2-1) came up short in a 20-11 loss following their […]

Volleyball Drops Two Out of Last Three

Dominique Davis The Paw Print On Thursday night, the Grizzly volleyball team had their first home opener of the 2011 season. Their first game was against the Colorado Christian Cougars. The Grizzlies came out firing, taking a two game lead against the Cougars. The third, fourth and fifth games were a battle for the Grizzlies. […]

Grizzlies Remain No. One in Polls

Eric Flores ASC Sports Information NEW ORLEANS – The three-time defending NCAA champion Adams State College men’s cross country team continued their streak as the top team in the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches’ Association (USTFCCCA) Central Regional and National rankings, once again at the top spot.

Roberds’ Constitution Day Lecture

Armando Montano The Paw Print Constitution Day was celebrated at Adams last Thursday, Sept.15, with a  lecture, “The United State Constitution and Bill of Rights: Are All Persons Born in the United State Citizens?” examining the impact of the U.S. Constitution towards the range of citizens in the US today. The lecture was put on […]

ASC’s Counseling Center has Something for Everyone

Jose Orozco The Paw Print The Adams State Counseling Center, located in 220 Richardson Hall, is open and free to all students and their families to receive individual, group, and/or couples counseling. All information shared with the Counseling Center staff is confidential within the limits of the law. Staff and counselors are available form 8 […]

Autumn @ Adams Events, Fun for All Ages

Melissa Skinner The Paw Print The eighth Annual Autumn at Adams celebration kicked off Tuesday. At least one event took place on campus every evening for the entire week, ending Saturday night with a tailgate party. Autumn at Adams is an annual event that invites community members and Adams State College students and faculty to […]

HOPE Week at La Puente Homeless Shelter

Stephany Nellessen La Puente Volunteer Join La Puente for a week of events to raise awareness of hunger and homelessness in the San Luis Valley. HOPE Week will begin on Saturday, Sept. 24 with an all night sleep-out. A Mile of Hope run will began at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 25. On Wed., Sept. […]

AS&F Amendments

Due to the lack of interest shown towards assuming the Vice President of Finance position on the AS&F Board, that station is vacant. Willing individuals outside of the body have shown an interest in taking over this critical role; however, stipulations in the constitution (specifically Article IV. Section 2b.) prevent their participation. The striking of […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet