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Posts from ‘April, 2012’

Aesthetica Digital Vault

The UK art publication Aesthetica has recently started offering their stunning magazine as a downloadable PDF at the Aesthetica Digital Vault.  You need a password to get in, so  click here to access the Adams State Library passwords page for the required information.

Softball Drops Two Against Highlands in Season Finale

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director The Adams State College Grizzlies closed out the 2012 Softball season by dropping both games of a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) doubleheader to New Mexico Highlands Sunday afternoon, falling 7-16 and 1-6. ASC finished the season in a tie for ninth place in the 14-team Rocky Mountain Athletic […]

Athlete of the Week: April 26

Alicia Nelson Adams State College sophomore women’s track and field athlete Alicia Nelson (Craig, Colo.) has been named as the Athlete of the Week for the week ending April 15. Nelson qualified in two events for the Grizzlies. Nelson would beat her own record as she posted an automatic qualifying time of 10:10.89 in […]

Tracksters Shine in Weekend Competition at Mt. SAC

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director WALNUT, Calif. – On a busy weekend that saw Grizzly track & field athletes competing in both California and Colorado, senior sprinters Kaymarie Jones (St. Elizabeth, Jamaica) and Indira Spence (Trelawny, Jamaica) each posted nation-leading times in hurdle events, while a trio of ASC men posted automatic qualifiers that […]

Cardinals Use Steady Attack to Win Over Men’s Lacrosse

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director ST. CHARLES, Mo. – Wrapping up their 3-game swing in the Show Me State, the ASC men’s lacrosse team saw Wheeling Jesuit (W. Va.) score eight unanswered goals between the start of the second and start of the fourth quarters, and were able to muster just a pair of […]

Women’s Lacrosse Records First Ever Program Win

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director ST. CHARLES, Mo. – The Adams State women’s lacrosse team made history on Thursday afternoon as the Grizzlies set several offensive program records and were led by five goals from sophomore LiErin Wilson (Silverton, Colo.), as well as four from sophomore Lexy Hamilton (Monte Vista, Colo.) and freshman Heather […]

Alamosa Shoppers Welcome Bealls to the SLV

Megan Smith The Paw Print Bealls celebrated it Grand Opening in Alamosa Wednesday, April 18. The new store is located at 157 Craft Drive near highway 160 between Ace Hardware and Aaron’s. A free tote bag was offered to their first 150 customers.

Tu Casa Hosts Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

Rachel Decker The Paw Print   This Saturday, over a hundred participants turned up at Cole Park to participate in an event called Walk a Mile in her Shoes, which is a 5k run, as well as a March through Alamosa. Originally, the event started out as a march, and over the past few years […]

Food Insecurity: Hunger in the Valley is Very Real

Devin Forest Cornwall La Puente Volunteer   When the word “hunger” is mentioned, especially in the context of education, many people imagine thirty second commercials featuring a group of malnourished children wearing oversized NFL t-shirts on some far off continent.  And although it’s true, there are great needs in these places to feed many mouths […]

NSA and Domestic Spying, an Orwellian Recipe

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print   Bluffdale is nestled in in a bowl-shaped valley opposed on either side by Utah’s Wasatch Range to the east and the Oquirrh Mountains to the west.  It’s the heart of Mormon country, where the followers of Joseph Smith and later pioneer Brigham Young arrived more than 160 years ago.  […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet