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Posts from ‘April, 2012’

ASC’s Dirty Little Column with the Delicious Doctor Love

Dr. Chocolate Thunder is not real doctor or mental health professional. The doctor’s advice should not be taken seriously.** Dear DLC, I’m an attractive guy, or so I’ve been told. I’m athletic and I play on a sports team here at Adams. The problem is most girls write me off before they even get to […]

College Checkered: Falling into a Relationship

Brneda Figueroa The Paw Print You both weren’t looking for one when you two met, your relationship with each other was just a friendship and you just sought refuge with one another to have at least a somewhat connection to somebody. Being single is freedom, but at the same time, you still want to know […]

Scholar of the Week: April 26

Rachel Decker The Paw Print   Freshman Natasha Vidger sits in the Art Building, working late into the night to complete her latest project. This is how the dedicated Adams State student spends many of her nights. Natasha is an Art Major, and the majority of her time must be used to complete her various […]

CASA Honors the Struggles of Valley Farmers

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print The rich farming history throughout the San Luis Valley invokes images of packed potato fields, rows of fresh vegetables and thigh high alfalfa.  Before the onslaught of mechanized farming, agribusiness had exclusively relied on migrant farm workers to pick the tons of produce that these fields yielded.  The workers who […]

Art Exhibit Shows Talent of Graduating Class

Rebekah Lucero The Paw Print Speculation and debate revolves around art and the phrase “art for art’s sake.” Art itself brings many different styles and genres to conversations that have potential to cause conflict. Art began as a direct sense of depicting the perfect human form and perspective. Time has brought forth tenebrism, impressionism, expressionism, […]

Sports Schedule: April 26- May 8

Thursday, April 26th 10 a.m. (EDT) Outdoor Track & Field at Penn Relays Philadelpha, Pa. Friday, April 27th 9 a.m. (EDT) Outdoor Track & Field at Penn Relays Philadelphia, Pa. 3 p.m. Women’s Lacrosse vs. Lindenwood (Mo.) ASC Lacrosse & Soccer Field 3 p.m. Outdoor Track & Field at Jack Christiansen Invitational (Hammer Throw) Fort […]

Oxford Art Online Trial

Oxford Art Online is one of the most highly regarded art reference databases in academia.  It allows the user to search a number of art-specific dictionaries and encyclopedias including The Oxford Companion to Western Art, The Encyclopedia of Aesthetics and The Benezit Dictionary of Artists, among other important art reference works.  It also has an […]

Women’s Golf in Sixth Place at RMAC Championships

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director LITCHFIELD PARK, Ariz.— Freshmen Rachel Reiling (Littleton, Colo.) and Rachel Dyess (Richmond, Texas) are both in the top 20 after posting an 85 and 86, respectively, in the first round of the 2012 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championships, played Monday here at the Wigwam Golf Resort’s Red Course. Reiling […]

Softball Wraps Up Road Schedule Against Metro

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director DENVER – The Adams State College softball team finished its weekend series with Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) rival Metro State on Saturday, falling 0-2 in the opener and grabbing an early lead in game two before falling, 3-6. After dropping three of four against the Roadrunners this weekend, […]

Eleven Track and Field Men Win at CSU-Pueblo Invite

Scott Kretzmann ASC Sports Information Director PUEBLO, Colo. – Adams State athletes put forth winning efforts in 11 events during competition at the Colorado State-Pueblo Invitational, and saw four NCAA qualifying marks reached during their second trip of the season to the ThunderBowl this weekend. The Grizzlies previously competed at the CSU-Pueblo Open in March, […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet