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Track & Field Competes in Albuquerque, NM

Kaymarie Jones The Paw Print   Seven Adams State University women and three men hit NCAA National Provisional marks in Track and Field, receiving tickets to the 2013 NCAA Indoor National Championships, which will be held at the Crossplex Complex in Birmingham, Ala. The Grizzlies started their weekend Friday at the Albuquerque Convention Center with […]

From Life in the Slum to Life as Top Chess Player

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print   When many people think of chess, they think of a strategy game, but for some people, like Ugandan teenager Phiona Mutesi, chess acts as a door to many more opportunities. For Mutesi, these opportunities come in the form of having a book written about her life, becoming virally famous […]

San Luis Valley Women’s Resource Center

Helen Smith The Paw Print   Tuesday, January 22 marks the fortieth anniversary of the passing of Roe v. Wade in the United States Supreme Court. Since then, two generations have grown up with legalized abortion in America. Many unmarried, pregnant mothers do not know that there is help available for them. There are hundreds […]

EARTH Group Continuing to Grow on Campus

The Earth Group Special to the Paw Print   The Environmental Action for Resources, Transportation & Health (EARTH) group was initiated by Dr. Marty Jones, who has recently retired from the classroom, in the fall of 2007. Through the EARTH group, Jones has left a positive mark on the Adams State University community and has […]

School Shooting at Lone Star College, Houston

Rachel Decker The Paw Print   At 12:30pm on Tuesday, January 22, yet another school was put into emergency evacuation when an unidentified gunman opened fire on students at Lone Star College in Houston, Texas. At the time of the report, three students were confirmed injured. A person of suspect has been taken into custody, […]

A Cassette and Ants on Mugs or Contemporary Art

Nicholas Spencer The Paw Print   First and foremost, I hope everyone had an eventful winter break. Mine was filled with alcohol and lost memories. If you were fortunate enough to pass your classes or maintain your job with the institution and come back this semester, you are in store for genuinely mediocre writing. Even […]

A Vision of Mystery and Wild New Expectations

Jake Hughes The Paw Print A new year is upon us, and who would have thought it? All that hype about 2013 and it turned out to start just like every other year. I’m not complaining, of course, because I’m grateful to still be buzzing around doing my own thing. But I must say I […]

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 had the most wonderful holiday! After school broke out on Friday, December 14th, I thought I’d release all the stress that came with final exams and go to France for a […]

Student Scholar: January 24

Rachel Decker The Paw Print Tucker Jones, a 23-year-old Psychology major, is well on his way to earning his doctorate and achieving his educational goals. Jones, who is minoring in sociology, is a well-known senior with a passion for what he does. With an impressive 3.6 GPA and a great attitude, there is not much […]

Computing Services Maintenance for Thursday, January 24, 2013

The following maintenance activities will take place tonight during our normally scheduled maintenance window beginning at 9:00 PM: -There will be brief (5-10 minute) outages to various segments of our campus network as we perform upgrades to the networking switches. We will begin these updates in the Residence Halls first, and then move to employee […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet