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New Trials from EBSCO!

In an effort to expand their current offerings, EBSCO has released five new databases containing thousands of new journals and a substantial collection of ebooks.  Click on one of the subjects below to have a look: Applied Science & Technology Source Covers Computer Science, Chemistry, Energy, Engineering, Food Technology, Geology, and Physics.  More information. Legal […]

Football Wins 55-9, Shoots Musket Once Again

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print   The Adams State Grizzlies took down the Fort Lewis Skyhawks in an interesting musket game at Rex Field on Saturday. The game, which concluded 55-9 in favor of the Grizzlies, saw a record-breaking performance, three defensive touchdowns, several unusual performances, and celebratory musket firings. Senior Trevor Eggleston (Tucson, Ariz.) […]

ASU Cross Country Looks to Continue Success

Tanner Elliot The Paw Print On Oct. 20, the Grizzly harriers once again showed, not only the Rocky Mountain Conference, but the entire NCAA that they have came to rock n’ roll this season. The University of Colorado in Colorado Springs at Monument Valley Park held the conference championship. The course consisted of four 2k […]

ASU Wins Final Road Games

Dominique Davis The Paw Print The woman’s volleyball season continues to roll as the Grizzlies took to the road for the last time during RMAC play. The Grizzlies headed to Durango and Grand Junction this weekend to face the Fort Lewis Skyhawks and the Colorado Mesa University Mavericks. With their regular season games coming to […]

First Southwest Bank Honored With ASU Award

Linda Reylea ASU PR First Southwest Bank’s enduring commitment to Adams State University inspired the ASU Foundation Board to award it the 2012 Willis Fassett, Jr. Award. Named for a founding member of the Foundation — also a banker — the award honors individuals and organizations with an exceptional record of support for the college’s […]

Adams State University Mourns The Loss of Dr. Stuart Hilwig

Adams State University and the Alamosa Community mourn the loss of an influential person in our community. Dr. Stuart Hilwig was killed in a car accident on Sunday in northern New Mexico. Two of his children were in the car at the time and are being cared for at the University of New Mexico hospital. […]

Fruit and Vegetables are Our Friends for a Long Life

Jake Hughes The Paw Print There are many people today that tend to be a little over weight. Why and how do people blimp up like balloons we may ask? It is simple; our eyes are bigger than our bellies. Some people do have medical conditions like Hypothyroidism which causes the metabolisms to slow down […]

With a Tongue Steadfastly Positioned in the Cheek

Erik Weinberg The Paw Print Why am I not the scholar of the week? By: Erik “The Destroyer” Weinberg He may not have “scholarships,” or “work ethic,” or a “2.5 GPA,” but he technically fits the definition of scholar, and makes up for his shortcomings by being a solid dude. According to’s second definition, […]

College Checkered: Can’t We Do Better?

Brenda Figueroa The Paw Print I’ve seen blogs made just to “Cyber-Bully” another user. Formspring is a welcome wagon to negative feedback, and it’s not just criticism that’s being tossed out there; but instead “You’re fat!” “You’re ugly!” “You can’t write!” “I wish you’d overdose!” Facebook is another contender for these kind of negative comments. […]

Vote for Alamosa Elementary in Clorox Education

Katie Stiel The Paw Print Jenna Kallestad La Puente Volunteer The fight against obesity and malnutrition in America is becoming exponentially more important as related health issues, as Type 2 Diabetes skyrocket across the country. La Puente’s Alamosa Community Gardens Program (ACG) seeks to address these issues with integrated, engaging school lessons for all students […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet