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Track & Field Brings Home RMAC Championship

Kaymarie Jones The Paw Print Many records were shattered by the Grizzlies at the two-day championship hosted by the RMAC newcomers, Black Hills State University, in Spearfish, SD. It took sixteen individual wins and eight field house records from the Adams State Grizzly track and field team to gain another Rocky Mountain Athletic Championship (RMAC) […]

ASU Hosts Regis and Metro in Last Home Game

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print   Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams won one game and lost one game this weekend in Plachy Hall. This weekend marked the final home regular season action for the Grizzlies. On Friday, Feb. 22, the Grizzlies hosted the Regis Rangers. The women ended the night with a tough […]

The History of ASU Rodeo

Helen Smith The Paw Print Last week’s issue of the Paw Print featured the new ASU rodeo team. There is, in fact, a history of rodeo at the University. In the 1960’s, there was also an established rodeo team at Adams State. For a bit of background, the NIRA (National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association) was founded […]

Transgender Girl Sues Colorado School District

Rachel Decker The Paw Print For as long as she could express her own opinions, transgendered 10-year-old Coy Mathis has identified as a girl. This was not a hassle for Mathis at all until last December, when Colorado school officials told her that she would not be allowed to use the girl’s restroom anymore. School […]

New STEM Center for Students Located in Porter

Daniel Allsup The Paw Print Adams State University has unveiled another addition to the campus, a center for the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics departments. Physics professor and department chair Dr. Nehring says, “STEM is a collection of disciplines that has received national attention and focus… needing more students to go into those particular fields.” […]

Intimacy Issues: Student-Written One-Act Plays

Ryan Dufresne The Paw Print The Adams State University Theatre Program will be introducing the world premiere of two plays that will blow your mind. “Intimacy Issues,” directed by Katie Fuleki and Derek Chacon, will put you in the mindset of how relationships and heartache can intertwine with real life and virtual life. These shows […]

Employee Dress Code a Necessity or Just a Joke

Diane Wheeler The Paw Print Why can’t all employees at ASU wear jeans and t-shirts to work? There is a different set of dress code rules for faculty members and for administrative employees, and I think this is vastly inappropriate. A friend of mine, an Administrative Assistant, would like to wear jeans and an ASU […]

Barriers in the Nightmares of One’s Addiction

Jake Hughes The Paw Print Addiction. Some may be more prone to this than others, yet anyone can get addicted to just about anything. What is an addiction, we may ask? It’s the repeated use of a mood-altering substance whether it’s gambling, sex, drugs, or alcohol. People who are addicts do almost anything to get […]

Student Scholar: February 28

Rachel Decker The Paw Print 20-year-old Bryan Ruybal, a sophomore here at Adams State, is working hard to achieve his educational goals. A dedicated Physical Therapy major with an impressive 3.6 GPA, Ruybal has plans to not only earn his bachelor’s in Exercise Science here at Adams, but to go on and earn his master’s—and […]

Glowing Bunnies, Football Games, and Streelights

Tri-Beta Club What do bunnies, football fields, and streetlights have in common? Well, nothing much, yet. However, new technology could soon revolutionize how we light our lives. Already, an art installation involving luminescing rabbits has been accomplished with genetic engineering. That’s right—glowing bunnies. Bioluminescence is the biochemical emission of light by living organisms. This enlightening […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet