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Adams State Adds Triathlon Team to List of Sports

Tanner Elliot The Paw Print The Triathlete is a unique athlete, unlike any other. He does not just have to push through the grueling pain of one endurance event, but three. In a single competition, the triathlete has to cover distances of 500 meters on the swim, forty kilometers on the bike, and ten kilometers […]

Football Defeats WBU 55-7

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print With multiple offensive scores and an interception for a touchdown from junior Brent Lush (Tucson, Ariz.), the Adams State University football team took down non-conference opponent Wayland Baptist University (Texas) on Saturday with a final score of 55-7. Adams State advances to 2-0 overall, while Wayland Baptist falls to 0-2. […]

Special Interest Clubs Offered at ASU

Arvilla Weldon Club Advisor ASU students are welcomed to to join the special interest clubs on campus. Some of the groups include Spanish Club, Black Student Union, Sci/Fi Fantasy Guild and a number of service clubs. Participation in these groups can help applicants to gain preference in scholarships and employment after graduation. Service in one […]

La Puente’s HOPE Week and Donations Needed

Community Education La Puente’s HOPE (Homeless Organization Promoting Education) Week Join La Puente for a week of events to raise awareness of hunger and homelessness in the San Luis Valley. HOPE Week will begin on Saturday, Sept. 22, 2 p.m. with “The Mayan Journey to Alamosa” at Milagros Coffeehouse. Hear local stories of their journey […]

Adams State University Increase Enrollment Overall

Dominique Davis The Paw Print After becoming a University in late May of this year, enrollment has began to increase here at Adams. As of the spring semester of 2012, enrollment has increased by thirty four percent since 2008. Adams State has continued to make its way to becoming an amazing school whether with new […]

Beloved Chemistry Professor Marty Jones Retires

Mariah Pepe Linda Relyea ASU PR   What would Dr. Jones Do? At the 2012 Adams State University spring commencement ceremony, Dr. Frank Novotny, vice president of academic affairs, drew attention to the green band around his wrist while addressing the packed gym: “Many of us today are wearing these bands with the initials, WWDJD […]

Grand Re-Opening of the Zacheis Planetarium

Amita Manandhar The Paw Print “There were over 800 children here, it was crazy,” said Kelly Shelton, a volunteer at the grand reopening event of the Zacheis Planetarium located in the Adams State University. That was the kind of crowd and reception the planetarium got when it reopened its door for the public. The planetarium […]

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 new to Adams State and extremely excited to be here. I read your column for the first time last week and liked it. I am writing to you about some problems […]

Seasons Change as Autumn Rushes into the Valley

Christian Elliot The Paw Print As the leaves are gradually changing colors, the temperatures are gradually dropping, and as students are flocking back to campus, what is being symbolized? Saturdays are filled with the excitement of early morning Cross-Country meets and tailgating for football games. Nights are taken up by what is supposed to be […]

Scholar of the Week: September 13

Rachel Decker The Paw Print Between singing in the Adams State choir and performing in the color guard, sophomore Emily Clark has her plate full. Even with all her activities and involvement in school, the enthusiastic geology major manages to keep an impressive GPA of 3.5 to help her towards her goal of graduation. In […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet