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Posts on ‘November 8th, 2012’

Job Alternatives for December ASU Graduates

Katie Stiel The Paw Print Graduate in December? Need new job alternatives? Try applying for AmeriCorps! AmeriCorps is a US Federal Funded Program created under the National and Community Service Trust Act of 1993. There are several benefits of serving as an AmeriCorps Member, particularly with La Puente and Homeward bound of the Grand Valley. […]

College Checkered: I feel like Peter Pan Trying to get his Shadow to Stick

Brenda Figueroa The Paw Print A relationship needs substance, we all long to connect, even with strangers — we want to connect. I want to have somebody that can share every aspect of their life with me, I want to feel like in someway shape or form we are merging and growing as a whole. […]

Passing the Time

Jake Hughes The Paw Print When social networking and Netflix fail what do we turn to? The daily news websites just aren’t giving us that satisfaction we need when we’re eating our breakfast, or late at night in the peace and comfort of our own homes. I don’t know why we wouldn’t be fully entertained […]

Gaudin-Led Grizzlies Gain Win Against Mines

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print Led by senior Ron Gaudin (Miami, Fla.) who racked up 144 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns and also registered a 100 yard kickoff return for a touchdown, the Adams State Grizzlies topped the Colorado School of Mines Orediggers 36-25 on Saturday. The Grizzlies are now fourth in the Rocky […]

Volleyball Wins Twice Near Regular Season End

Dominique Davis The Paw Print The Grizzlies were back at it again in Plachy Hall this weekend against New Mexico Highlands University and Colorado State Pueblo. With the regular conference play quickly coming to an end, the Grizzlies were now more determined than ever to bring their best game out there this weekend.  Having played […]

Swim Team Successful in Oklahoma

Jessica Palacio The Paw Print Over the weekend the ASU Grizzly swimmers traveled to Shawnee, Oklahoma to compete against the Oklahoma Baptist University Buffalo in a two day dual meet. The first meet kicked off Friday afternoon at the OBU home pool with the woman’s 200 meter medley relay.  The Grizzlies relay of Jessica Palacio, […]

Sandy Devastates East Coast

Nicholas Spencer The Paw Print Recorded as the biggest Atlantic hurricane on record spanning 1,100 miles in winds diameter Sandy came with little warning, but enough time to brace for the impact of devastation. Hurricane Sandy started out in the Western Caribbean Sea on Oct. 22, and quickly elevated to a tropical storm. Striking Kingston, […]

Toddler Killed in Pittsburgh Zoo Tragedy Sunday

Rachel Decker The Paw Print PITTSBURGH, Pa.—Tragedy struck the Pittsburgh Zoo Sunday morning after the death of a toddler who fell into an animal exhibit. The toddler, who has yet to be identified, tumbled over the safety railing, and after hitting the safety net, he fell into an enclosure of African painted dogs and was […]

A Tribute to My Friend Stu

Dr. Mark Finney The Paw Print My heart is broken today as I write about the life and death of our friend and colleague Stu Hilwig.  Stu died in a head-on collision on U.S. Highway, 285 in New Mexico.  His children Jack and Charlotte, who were also in the car, are recovering from serious injuries […]

Dr. Stuart Hilwig: Celebrating a Teacher, Father, and Friend

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print Lenient, humble, unique, generous, fun, knowledgeable, irreplaceable, and one-of-a-kind. These are just some of the words used by Adams State students to describe Dr. Stuart Hilwig. The Adams State community still mourns the loss of Hilwig, a Professor of History at ASU, who was killed in a car accident on […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet