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ASU Crushes HU in First Round

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print Rachel Heaton The Paw Print   The Adams State men’s basketball team hosted New Mexico Highlands University on Tuesday, March 5 in the quarterfinal round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) shootout. The contest tipped off at 7pm in front of a packed crowd. The game, which turned out […]

Intimacy Issues Opens in ASU Theatre

Ryan Dufresne The Paw Print “Intimacy Issues,” directed by Katie Fuleki and Derek Chacon, put viewers in the mindset of how relationships and heartache can intertwine with real life and virtual life. These shows were student written and directed here at Adams State. They give the true meaning of love and truth, present a whole […]

Oberlin College’s KKK Scare and Hate Crimes

Rachel Decker The Paw Print For some time, Oberlin College has dealt with a significant increase in hate crimes. The line was crossed when students witnessed a person wearing a white hood and robe on the Ohio campus early Monday morning. The student was lingering near the Afrikan Heritage house and representing the Ku Klux […]

Spring Career Fair Hosts Employers From All Over

Daniel Allsup The Paw Print The annual Spring Career Fair will be taking over the Student Union Building on Thursday, March 7 from 10am until 3pm. The SUB banquet rooms will play host to prospective employers and graduate programs. Jennifer Cliff, the Career Services Coordinator, says, “Employers will travel from as far away as Dallas, […]

Opera Workshop Class’s First Performance

Kira Budge The Paw Print This semester, a new class opened up for those interested in opera performance. Directed by vocal teacher Dr. Christine Keitges, Opera Workshop is a by-audition class that focuses on various operatic elements and allows the students to perform opera pieces solo and in ensembles. This Wednesday, March 6, the Opera […]

Is Higher Education Worth the Bill at the Summit?

Jake Hughes The Paw Print Springtime is here, and it’s time to consider our financial woes for the next school year. The mad rush to fill out and finalize scholarship applications for next fall has come and gone, and the worry is over. The stress of writing cover letters and finding a willing professor to […]

The True Origins of Saint Patrick’s Day

Helen Smith The Paw Print March 17 is the last day of spring break…. but what else does the day bring to mind? Luck O’ the Irish, Erin Go Braugh! Kiss me; I’m Irish! Pot O’ Gold at the end of the Rainbow! Green Beer…These are all timeless sayings and traditions  that go with St. […]

Get Up and Moving with ASU Adventure Program

Monica Ramos-Osuka The Paw Print Have you ever found yourself saying: “Outdoors? No, that’s not for me.” Well, I was one of those people, until last year, when I joined the ALP (Adventure Leadership and Programming) minor. Thanks to this awesome program I’ve moved from being a couch potato to an adventurous outdoor newb in […]

Summer Trip to El Camino de Santiago

Daniel Allsup The Paw Print This summer, Adams State University students and Alamosa community members will embark on a hike that millions of people from around the world have completed, on el Camino de Santiago, or the Way of Saint James. The hike is a pilgrimage route that treks over all over Europe, leading to […]

Is there a Reason the Nice Guy Finishes Last?

Tri-Beta Club The answer to that question appears to be “no.” Altruism or, “the behavior of an organism that benefits another at its own expense”, is not found in the natural world. Ever hear that nice guys (and girls) finish last? The main goal of life is to pass on your genes to the next […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet