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Athlete of the Week: October 13

Dustin Bolt Adams State College senior football player Dustin Bolt (Alamosa, Colo.) has been named the Athlete of the Week for the week ending on Oct. 9. Bolt recorded a total of 21 points in the Grizzlies 30-24 overtime victory against New Mexico Highlands on Saturday, Oct. 8 in Las Vegas, New Mexico. Bolt […]

ASC Women Take 2-1 Win Over Cougars

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director The ASC women’s soccer team found the back of the net twice within the first 20 minutes of Sunday’s Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) match against Colorado Christian, and would surrender just one goal on a penalty kick en route to their second straight win by a 2-1 tally.

ASc Tops Cowgirls In Four to Claim Sixth Straight ‘W’

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director The Grizzly volleyball squad found themselves in an early hole again on Saturday night after dropping the first set against New Mexico Highlands in a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) match-up at Plachy Hall, but led by sophomore Deprece Washington (Johnstown, Colo.) who accounted for 14 kills, ASC worked […]

7th-ranked Lopers Spoil ASC Homecoming

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director The Grizzlies kept it close early, and trailed No. 7 University of Nebrasak-Kearney by just a field goal at the half, but the Lopers’ NCAA Division II leading offense added 27 second half points to pull away and claim a 37-14 win as Adams State celebrated Homecoming 2011.

Swimming Starts 2011-12 Season

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director The Adams State College men’s and women’s swimming kicked off their 2011 season on Friday, Sept. 30, facing off against each other in a Green & Black Pentathlon where seven pool or program records were set. Pitting the Grizzly swimmers against each other, the intrasquad meet was held two […]

ASC Host Women and Religion Panel

Toni Steffens-Steward The Paw Print Adams State College students and the surrounding community were invited to listen and learn about the relationship between gender and faith at Carson Auditorium on Oct. 3.

Somali Violence Escalates as Shaky Alliances Formed

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print At least 70 people were killed by a truck bomb that exploded outside of a government compound on Oct. 5 in Mogadishu, the capital city of Somalia.  The fierce attack left burning bodies strewn across several blocks, in an area thought to be controlled to by the Somali transitional government. […]

Adams State College Prism Club

Jose Orozco The Paw Print On October 6-7th, 1998, a young man went to a bar.  He met up with a some new acquaintances that suggested they would give the young man a ride home.  He accepted and after the bar closed he went with them. Instead of taking the young man back to his […]

Immigration Laws Changing

William Cameron The Paw Print Birmingham, Ala.— The latest immigration debate is now in session.  In Alabama new laws have come into action that have sent illegal immigrants running before they get kicked out. HB 56 has been, for the most part, upheld by U.S. District Judge Sharon Blackburn.  Sections of this law conflict with […]

Richmond Brothers

Reggie Thompson The Paw Print Musician brothers Jim, Ed, and Don Richmond, sons of the late former vocal professor Edward Richmond played in front of a sold out crowd in The Leon Memorial Concert Hall on October in celebration of the release of their new CD “Roots and Branches.” is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet