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Defense Scores Twice, But Grizzlies Fall Short

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print Although the defense was able to score two touchdowns on defense, the Adams State University football team was unable to overcome New Mexico Highlands for homecoming on Saturday, falling 34-20 to the Cowboys. The Grizzlies fall to 4-3 overall and 2-3 in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) play. Adams State […]

Ranking the Top 5 Teams in College Football

Christian Elliot The Paw Print The Top 5 College Football teams in the last 10 years 1) Alabama – 2009 Record: 14 – 0  Coach : Nick Saban Bear Bryant was dead. Joe Namath was no longer Broadway Joe, and War Eagle owned the state of Alabama. The Crimson Tide had finished 4-8, 6-7, and […]

ASU Hosts Three RMAC Opponents, Defeats Two

Dominique Davis The Paw Print The lady Grizzly volleyball team stepped out onto their home court for an important three game weekend. It was certainly quite the weekend for the ASU Grizzlies. Playing two nationally ranked teams out of the three, the Grizzlies knew that they had a tough battle ahead of them. The Grizzlies […]

Lacrosse Hopes for Positive Year

Christian Elliot The Paw Print The Adams State men’s Lacrosse program started off the 2012-2013 with some very positive results. The team of over fifty players was separated into a white and green team for the tournament on Saturday. Including both Grizzly lacrosse units, there were six teams competing in the Southern Colorado Jamboree this […]

Teenagers Disappear After Meeting on Xbox Live

Rachel Decker The Paw Print           Two teenage boys and two teenage girls have been missing from their Iowa homes since last Saturday after meeting on Xbox Live and developing a romance together. Sixteen-year-old Corey Sunderman met 15-year-old girlfriend Jazlyn Visek through Xbox Live, an online community meant for playing video […]

Adams Leaders Attend GSA Leadership Summit

Jose Orzosco The Paw Print Saturday Oct. 6, three representatives from ASU went to a state conference to represent leadership on campus. The leadership conference was hosted by One Colorado a statewide advocacy organization dedicated to securing and protecting equality and opportunity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Coloradans and their families. They work […]

All-In-One Package That Will Test iTunes Dominance

Jake Hughes The Paw Print Being a college student a lot of my time is spent on a PC, games console or Tablet performing some kind of tedious task or unwinding playing a game. Personally, I use the Xbox for most of my shows and movies; Netflix is a life saver in a small town […]

When Will We Take Action on Child Homelessness?

Katie Stiel The Paw Print A research study by the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty estimates between 2.3 and 3.5 million people experience homelessness each year in America. Out of that estimate, did you know 32.7 percent of children in the San Luis Valley are living below the poverty line? Unemployment, dependency of […]

College Checkered: The Power of Indirect Speech

Brenda Figueroa The Paw Print Would you sugarcoat your words? When conversing with one another we try to project truth but how often is the bitter truth disguised as what they say, “ sugar coated pills?” In a direct conversation, the energies are fully conscious, regenerative and articulate, but there is a set of laws […]

Is Anyone Ever Going to Be Safe From Criminals?

Amita Manandhar The Paw Print How safe are we? We all think we are safe in our own little houses and beautiful community but, how safe are we really? Even here in such small community like Alamosa there are events such as thefts and assaults. Just few months ago a female jogger was followed by […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet