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ASU Swimming Hosts Green and Black Pentathlon

Jessica Palacio The Paw Print The ASU grizzlies kicked off the season with the second annual Green and Black Pentathlon Sunday, Sept. 30 in Plachy Hall. Program and Pool records fell as the competition progressed. Individual winners of the pentathlon were sophomore, Nick Mankus for the men and freshman, Allison Bischoff for the women both […]

ASU Men’s Soccer Looks to Improve After Rough Start

Tanner Elliott The Paw Print The Adams State men’s soccer program has gotten off to a slow star for this season. The 1-4 soccer team has had a rigorous schedule to come out of the chute with. Three of the Grizzlies four losses have come to top 25 ranked opponents: Fort Lewis, Regis, and Midwestern […]

Football Takes Down Black Hills in RMAC Thriller

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print A nine-yard rushing touchdown from sophomore Michael Carl (Rush, Colo.) pushed Adams State University past Black Hills State University in a 20-17 victory on Saturday in Spearfish, S.D. The Grizzlies, who accumulated 402 yards of total offense and forced three turnovers in the final drives of the game, advance to […]

Volleyball Goes 1-1 on the Weekend

Dominique Davis The Paw Print The Grizzly volleyball team is at it again as they headed for Denver to start the East Division of the RMAC against two very solid teams.  After a tough loss at home last weekend, the Grizzlies were determined to stay focused and battle every point this weekend because they knew […]

Speculations on the End of the World

Jake Hughes The Paw Print Now, I’m not sure if I’m on the right thought path or if I speak for anyone else when I say and think this; however, I bet it’s true that a few people at least think or have thought about this before or will think about it in the future. […]

La Puente Celebrates Growing Power

Jenna Kallestad So, there’s this guy. He’s an urban kid from Detroit, looks a little a rough, in his late teens, and he stands up in front of the crowd of a few hundred people and says timidly and simply that he’s been asked to share his writing. It’s a rap song that he’s written. […]

Luther Bean Displays Snapshots of University History

Linda Relyea ASU PR Over a month ago, Adams State University celebrated with campus and community the transition from college to university. The university’s rich and diverse history includes five name changes, the local community banding together to raise money to open the school, and thousands of graduates who continue to enrich their futures with […]

Meningitis Outbreak Due to Non-Sterile Conditions

Rachel Decker The Paw Print Ten years ago, a pharmacist named Sarah Sellers warned the US Congress about the non-sterile working environments she had witnessed. She explained that sterile regulations had not been upheld, and she assured the congress that if action was not taken, lives would be at stake. Her warnings were dismissed, and […]

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.  Dear DLC,  I am a 23-year-old woman who is now pregnant for a man that I met a couple months ago. At first, the relationship was fine and we were both happy. He would […]

Scholar of the Week: October 11

Rachel Decker The Paw Print Sophomore RJ Ramirez is a hard working student here at Adams State University. Ramirez has been working hard towards earning his bachelors degree, which has been a goal he has kept in mind for quite a while. Ramirez is, at the moment, a graphic design major. He has always had […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet