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Posts from ‘March, 2013’

ASU Sweeps Colorado Christian

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print The Adams State baseball team hosted the Colorado Christian Cougars this weekend for a cold, four-game series. The teams played two games on Friday, March 22 followed by another two on Saturday. The Grizzlies took away the opening game of the series by a score of 20-13. ASU registered 23 […]

Aurora Theatre Gunman Pleads Guilty to Shooting

Rachel Decker The Paw Print Just days before the prosecution will announce their decision on whether to pursue the death penalty, Aurora theatre gunman James Holmes has decided to plea guilty. His plea is being made as part of a deal: if he takes the plea, he will spend the rest of his life in […]

Chelsea Oden’s Senior Composition Recital Succeeds

Kira Budge The Paw Print On Saturday, March 23, Composition and Music Education major Chelsea Oden, who will graduate this semester, gave her senior composition recital to an enthusiastic audience of faculty, students, friends and family. Oden, who plays clarinet along with composing music, has been a well-rounded and gifted member of the Music Department […]

Dr. Lipke’s Faculty Piano Recital Covers The Ages

Helen Smith The Paw Print On Sunday night, Dr. William Lipke of the ASU Music Department brought a classy touch to Leon Hall with his piano recital. Seeing Dr. Lipke in a tailed tuxedo made the audience feel as though they should be in formal attire as well. The recital almost seemed a tour through […]

Post Spring Break Concert Featuring YG Flops

Kaymarie Jones The Paw Print What was supposed to be the concert of the century turned out to be a disaster. The After Spring Break YG Concert scheduled to begin at 6pm in Plachy Hall started approximately four hours later. According to the producers of the show, they did not have enough opening acts to […]

Social Media Outlet Changes to a New Sleek Look

Jake Hughes The Paw Print Don’t you just hate it when social media entities and other forms of communications change the style of your interface or merge with a totally unwanted party? Microsoft’s is now officially merging and being replaced with, whether you like it or not. Outlook’s popularity skyrocketed over the time […]

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’d like to share a new discovery; it’s time for the shy and intimidated to speak out. I recently discovered that when I see a guy walk by me the first thing […]

La Puente Presents Hunger Education

Katie Stiel The Paw Print The publicized image of hunger is often an urbanized, homeless member of society pleading for money, or malnourished children on a television commercial as a famous celebrity requests you pledge $10 a month to end hunger. Hunger within the San Luis Valley does not fit the criteria of urban culture […]

Heads Up on Tanning and Skin Cancer

Tri-Beta Club The sun is shining (sometimes) and spring is in the air! Classes are well underway, shorts are in style again and students are finally allowing themselves to daydream just a little bit about summer vacation. One of many people’s favorite spring downtime activities is tanning: gotta look good for bathing suit season right? […]

Student Scholar: March 28

Rachel Decker The Paw Print Adams State junior Kellicia Morse is well on her way to graduation, thanks to her positive attitude and unwavering commitment to school and her dreams. With an impressive GPA of 3.7 and a desire to continuously challenge herself with new and exciting things, it is no wonder Morse is so […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet