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Posts from ‘August, 2012’

ASU’s Dirty Little Column with Doitright and the Don

Dr. Doitright and Don Juan are not real doctors or mental health professionals. The doctors’ advice should not be taken seriously.  I am writing to you with tears in my eyes because I am in love with a guy who is 7 1/2 years older than me and we’ve been together for four years. In […]

Grizzlies Suffer 1-0 Defeat to CSU-Pueblo

Kaymarie Jones The Paw Print A goal in the last three minutes of overtime by CSU-Pueblo was the difference Friday evening as the No. 10 ranked Adams State University (4-8-2) finished off a tough scrimmage with a hard fought 1-0 loss to No. 8 CSU-Pueblo (5-11-3) inside ASU’s Soccer and Lacrosse Complex. “I thought we […]

Grizzly Soccer Rounds Out Pre-Season with Green and White Scrimmage

Jessica Palacio The Paw Print Both the Grizzly men’s and women’s soccer squads had their annual green and white scrimmages over the weekend. The grizzly men started of the weekend on Saturday at 1 p.m. on the ASU Soccer and Lacrosse Field. The green squad started the match with a kick off by Redshirt Freshman […]

Football Season Starts Saturday

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print The Adams State football team held their final scrimmage of the pre-season on Saturday, Aug. 25 at Rex Field. The Green and White scrimmage kicked off at 10:30 a.m. and was the team’s final showing before the start of the regular season. The Grizzlies will begin the regular season this […]

Open House Planned to Celebrate Planetarium Updates

Johnna Keever The Paw Print Over the summer Zacheis Planetarium was totally renovated now students will have an opportunity to celebrate the changes during the grand opening celebration beginning Sept. 7. Construction started in May and the finished product was tested out the first week of school.  The major renovations in the Zacheis Planetarium included […]

STEM Grant funds Porter Hall Construction

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print Construction in the chemistry wing on the third floor of Porter Hall, which is tentatively set to be completed in late November, along with the newly remodeled Zacheis Planetarium are new additions to the campus provided by the STEM grant (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Because of the university’s status […]

Seattle’s Best is not Good Enough

David Mazel English Department Don’t get me wrong. McDaniel Hall is awesome. But it’s not quite finished. One thing in particular it still lacks: a coffee shop. Not a Seattle’s Best vending machine. A coffee shop. The building’s renovation plan called for just such a shop on the first floor, something like the late Jazzman’s […]

International Students: Differences Between Two Continents

Amita Manandhar The Paw Print International is a word that is so foreign, yet we are always eager to learn about anything or anyone associated with this word. As humans we are always curious to learn about new culture, new people and new places. Some of us learn by reading, some learn by watching and […]

College Checkered: Let’s Get Acquainted, Shall We?

Brenda Figueroa The Paw Print My name is Brenda Figueroa, and I’m on my last semester at Adams State University. I’m just a simple lady who maintains that life is a fragile bit of luck in a world based on chance, that Vodka should be a beverage a girl can marry, that we all secretly […]

The Heart of Service

Katie Stiel The Paw Print Jitters of anticipation embraced me when boarding the plane departing from Nashville, Tennessee to Denver, Colorado. Naturally, being the youngest of my family, I’ve always had a path to follow. After months of interviews and applications I fully trusted starting a year commitment in Alamosa as the best direction for […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet