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Same-Sex Marriage Movement Gains Landmark Victory

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print   Washington is set to become the seventh state to legalize same-sex marriage. On March 4 the State House of Representatives voted 55-43, largely along partisan lines, in favor marriage equality legislation just one week after it was passed by the state’s Senate.  Governor Christine Gregorie, a public advocate for […]

Spilled Coffee, Civil Justice

Johnna Keever The Paw Print   Spilled Coffee, presented by the Alpha Zeta Kappa, political science honor society at Adams State hosted at night of debate, and movie on the issue of tort reform. Local attorney and Adams State alumni class of 1994 Keith Vance, took time out to come and discuss issues in civil […]

Unique Astronomical Event Shown at Planetarium

Samantha Saville The Paw Print   On Saturday night a record high number of participates gathered at the planetarium for the “Planet Watch” program directed by Dr. Astalos. The night consisted of two shows at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. with telescopes out for viewing from 6 to 9 p.m. By the start of each […]

Computing Services Maintenance for Thursday, March 8th

The following maintenance activity will take place beginning at 9 PM during our regularly scheduled maintenance window: A major upgrade to the Java program will be remotely installed for all faculty, staff and TEC Classroom PCs. This is a critical security upgrade that will install the latest version of Java and remove the various old […]

Women’s Lacrosse Falls at Mesa in 2012 Season Opener

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – Sophomore LiErin Wilson (Silverton, Colo.) tied ASC’s program record by netting four goals Saturday afternoon, all in the second half, but the Grizzlies were unable to dig their way out of a 6-goal deficit at halftime in falling to Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (WILA) foe […]

ASC Softball Lose Two on Monday Against Fort Lewis

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director Visiting Fort Lewis won the final two contests of a 4-game series over Adams State on Monday at ASC Softball Field, scoring five unanswered in a come-from-behind game one win, 8-6, and then cruising to an 11-1 game two win in five innings. Adams State, now just 1-7 in […]

Grizzlies Head to Golden for Men’s Central Region

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director INDIANAPOLIS – For the second straight year the Adams State men’s basketball team has made the field of 64 teams for the NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Tournament, where the No. 7 seed Grizzlies will face Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) foe and No. 2 seed Metro State on […]

Athlete of the Week: March 8

Adams State freshman women’s lacrosse player Danica Kristiansen (Lake Forest, Calif.) has been named the Athlete of the Week for the week ending on March 5. Kristiansen faced 40 shots on goal and made 24 saves on Saturday, March 3 against Colorado Mesa University. Her 24 saves set a new ASC single-game record, beating […]

Men’s Lacrosse Beats Universtiy of Colorado in Overtime

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director In the final minute of regulation and again in the first minute of overtime, Grizzly freshman Conor McLaughlin (Phoenix, Ariz.) had a crucial hand in goals that forced the extra period and then ended Saturday’s Adams State lacrosse exhibition contest against the Univeristy of Colorado club team. The Grizzlies, […]

Manning and INdianapolic Colts End Relationship

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print He played 208 games in fourteen seasons, racking up 399 touchdowns and throwing for 54,282 yards. He was an eleven-time Pro Bowl selection and six-time American Football Conference Player of the year. He is the only player to win four National Football League MVP awards. He led his team to […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet