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Posts from ‘January, 2013’

Women Compete in Final Regular Season Meet

Jessica Palacio The Paw Print The ASU women’s swim team had their final regular season competition this past Friday in Plachy Hall. Going into the meet the women were 5-0 in conference competition for the 2012/2013 season, and with a decisive victory over Western, the Grizzlies are now 6-0 headed into the RMAC conference championships […]

He Said, She Said: Super Bowl XLVII

  With Super Bowl Sunday fast approaching, the nation prepares for a showdown between the San Fransico 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens. It will also be the first time in history that two brothers have faced each other as head coaches on football’s biggest stage.  John and Jim Harbaugh and their two high-powered teams are […]

Track & Field Competes in Albuquerque Again

Kaymarie Jones The Paw Print Adams State University’s track and field team travelled back to Albuquerque, NM. this past weekend for the University of New Mexico Invitational. The Grizzlies added thirteen NCAA qualifiers to the nine they had last week. With a collegiate record breaking performance coming from Tabor Stephens in the men’s mile, the […]

Basketball Season Starts Well

Helen Smith The Paw Print ASU men’s basketball currently has the best record in school history, along with the highest number of wins. Coach Louis Wilson recently shared some thoughts on the season thus far. ASU has now achieved the number eighteenth ranking in the nation. This has happened despite challenges such as the loss […]

HA!- A Play to Make You Laugh and Think

Ryan Dufresne The Paw Print The Adams State Universities Theatre Program has started the spring semester off with an explosive production called “HA!”, directed by Masson Scott Miller and Jason Wells. This play’s focus on social aspects will blow your mind. Mason Scott Miller, one of the directors of this production, says, “This show is […]

Dr. Crowther’s Talk: MLK and the American Dream

Samantha Saville The Paw Print A very large crowd filled Porter Hall Room 130 for Dr. Ed Crowther’s lunch time talk celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Week. With this as the first lunch time talk for the semester, it came as a huge success. The Black Student Union and the Grizzly Activity Board had asked […]

MLK Events Explore the History of Civil Rights

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print The legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life is one that should be celebrated and understood by every citizen of the world.  Every year, the acts of King filed away in the vaults of history become further from our collective memory. It becomes necessary to bring his essence back […]

Pandemonium Spreads from Continent to Continent

Jake Hughes The Paw Print While the national debt crisis of the United States grows at a rate of $3.82 million per day, the European Union is said to be heading into a triple dip recession according to the Central European Bank. Even Europe’s most productive country, Germany, is under great threat of folding and […]

ASU’s Dirty Little Column with Dr. Doitright

Dr. Doitright is not a real doctor or mental health professional. The doctor’s advice should not be taken seriously.    Dear Dr. Doitright: I want to be loved; that is all I need! My boyfriend only tells me he loves me when I do things, like buy him a ticket to see his favorite band, […]

The Paranormal Discovery Club on Richardson Hall

The Paranormal Discovery Club Special to the Paw Print For years, there have been reports that Richardson Hall Auditorium is haunted. Things move on their own, voices are heard in empty rooms, and every now and then, there are six shadows for five people. So, what is the best way to get to the bottom […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet