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Posts from ‘February, 2013’

HPPE Lab Fitness Tests Open to Students and Public

Daniel Allsup The Paw Print What’s your fitness level? If you don’t know, an opportunity to find out is now here. Fitness tests are available through the Human Performance and Physical Education (HPPE) Department’s Human Performance Lab. The lab is open to students and to the public. The fitness tests are offered at affordable prices, […]

School Shootings: ASU Prepared for the Worst

Rachel Decker The Paw Print Worries over gun safety and demands for stricter gun control laws have been talked about in light of the flurry of school shootings. The Sandy Hook Elementary shooting brought up many questions as to what should be done concerning school safety. Adams State University’s very own Chief of Campus Police, […]

Women Compete at RMAC Championship Meet

Jessica Palacio The Paw Print The Grizzly swim squad competed in their final regulation meet of the season last week, traveling to Grand Junction, Colo. for the RMAC Championships. The meet spans over four days with a preliminary session being run in the morning. The top 16 swimmers in each event swam in the morning, […]

ASU Begins Baseball Season after 35-Year Drought

Daniel Allsup The Paw Print Adams State’s return to baseball has been difficult thus far. The Grizzlies have dropped their first seven games after a 35-year drought of collegiate baseball. They lost the first four games to Eastern New Mexico University in Portales, New Mexico. Then they traveled to Regis University in Denver, and failed […]

ASU Rodeo Team Gets Season Underway

Helen Smith The Paw Print helen Smith The Paw Print Here’s a fun fact: did you know that Adams State has a real rodeo team? So what is rodeo? Webster’s Dictionary defines rodeo as “a public exhibition of the skills of cowboys, with contests in bull riding, lassoing, etc.” The assistant coach, Jill Francis, of […]

Track and Field Winds Down

Kaymarie Jones The Paw Print As they wind down to the final weeks of the indoor season, the Adams State men’s and women’s track and field team qualified both distance medley relay (DMR) teams at the Joe Davies Open, hosted by Colorado Mines in Golden, Colo. The Grizzlies are well prepared to compete with athletes […]

A Raging Brain or Simple Hardwiring from the Start

Jake Hughes The Paw Print Race has been an issue highlighted, fought over and debated about since humans first met each other.  From whites to the blacks, Asians to Africans, eastern Europeans to central Europeans, race has always been a catalyst for conflict over the course of history. Why do we look at color before […]

ASU’s Dirty Little Column

Dr. Doitright is not a real doctor or mental health professional. The doctor’s advice should not be taken seriously. Dear Dr. Doitright: I woke up around 7am on Valentine’s Day, opened my dorm room door and found a big red box with a beautiful pink ribbon tied to the top. I started crying; tears of […]

The Christian Challenge Community at ASU

Helen Smith The Paw Print “To help Christians live out their faith.” This is the official purpose of the Christian Challenge meetings, held every Thursday night in Coronado Hall at 7pm. Cody Biby, a leader for the campus ministry, shares a history of the Christian Challenge at ASU, as well as some information about himself. […]

Looking at the Highlights of the NFL Season

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print Rachel Heaton The Paw Print With all of the ups and downs this NFL season, it was definitely a year to remember. From scandals to comebacks, this year held it all. Let’s take a moment to look back at all of good and not-so-good memories from the 2012-13 season. Saints […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet