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Posts from ‘November, 2012’

It’s that time again – The Wizard is back!

Have you been wondering if your boyfriends been cheating on you with some freshman? Or have you been contemplating switching majors? Behold John Sir the Grey, who is a wizardly wonder, that will bring his magicon Wednesday, December 5th in the solarium of the Student Union Building! Come and get free tarot readings from Sir […]

Cross Country Men Win National Championship

Tanner Elliot The Paw Print   The Adams State men captured the prize on Saturday, Nov. 17 winning the National Championship. The Grizzly men demolished the field with a 68-point difference between them and the second place Colorado School of the Mines. They won the meet with an astonishing 34 points. Sophomore Kevin Batt led […]

Volleyball Hosts RMAC Tourney, Takes Down UCCS

Dominique Davis The Paw Print   The Grizzlies were at it again this week, but this time for their post season. The RMAC tournament began on Tuesday night where the Grizzlies hosted the first round in Plachy Hall. This was the second consecutive year hosting the quarterfinals of the tournament. The Grizzlies were the 3rd […]

Volleyball Earns First NCAA DII Appearance

Dominique Davis The Paw Print   The ASU Grizzly volleyball team qualified for the NCAA Division II national tournament last Sunday night. This is the first time in the school’s history that a volleyball team has ever qualified. The Grizzlies finished the season with a 24-5 overall record and were announced as the fifth seed […]

Give Thanks for Life Lessons

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print Sitting around the dinner table this Thanksgiving, I couldn’t help but reflect on all of the things that I am thankful for in my life. I am blessed with many things, and one of those is sports. Sports have been an integral part of my life pretty much since I […]

Building a Bridge Between Science and Religion

Amita Manandhar The Paw Print Can science and religion ever co-exist together? According to Reverend Michael Dowd it can. In fact Reverend Dowd believes that both Science and religion go hand in hand. Reverend Michael Dowd is an inspirational speaker and has written two books. One of his recent books “Thank God for Evolution” is […]

International Students Celebrate Cultures with Food

Kaymarie Jones The Paw Print This past weekend, the Immigrant Resource Center of Alamosa joined hands with Adams State University’s Diversity Multicultural Club to embrace and support international students and immigrants, who may have immigrant related questions and needs, at the Elks Lodge, in Alamosa. In light of celebrating U.S. International Education Week, the group […]

From Russia with Love: A Russian Music History

Amita Manandhar The Paw Print The Adams State University Wind ensemble performed a band concert in the Leon Memorial Hall on Saturday, Nov. 17. The concert, which was titled From Russia with love, featured musical pieces from Russian musicians. The main focus of this concert was to give the audience a taste of Russian musical […]

Transgender Day of Remembrance Candlelight Vigil

Jose Orzosco The Paw Print Sunday night was filled with light, candle light that is. ASU Prizm, the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) organization on campus, Campus Ministries, Newman Club, and CASA held a candle light vigil to honor and observe a national event known as Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR). TDOR was […]

Who Cares for the Students During Holiday Times

Nicholas Spencer The Paw Print Before Thanksgiving break, I heard the cafeteria was closing for Thanksgiving. How strange I thought. What about the students who live in the dorms and can’t cook a decent meal in their room? I was further informed the cafe is usually open during Thanksgiving break. With this small bit of […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet