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Grizzlies Win Home Opener with Walk-Off Homerun

Daniel Allsup The Paw Print Friday, March 15 was a historic day for Adams State University Baseball. The Grizzlies played their first home game of their season against CSU-Pueblo after a 36-year baseball drought at ASU. Drew Wells sealed the day with a climatic pinch-hit, walk-off, three-run blast, giving ASU a 6-5 victory. Wells explains his […]

ASU Competes at Championship

Kaymarie Jones The Paw Print The Adams State track and field team closed the 2013 indoor season at the NCAA Division II Championship on March 9. The championship was hosted by the Gulf South Conference at the Crossplex Complex in Birmingham, Ala., and was a festival of four NCAA sports: track and field, swimming, wrestling, […]

ASU VITA Tops Half-Million Dollars in Tax Refund

Linda Relyea ASU PR The Adams State University volunteer income tax return program (VITA) has topped the half-million dollar mark.  Now in its fourth year of partnership with the Piton Foundation, the VITA program utilizes university students from the accounting and other departments of the Adams State School of Business to prepare and file tax […]

Adams State Psych Club Remains Active Campus

Linda Relyea ASU PR Adams State University Psi Chi/Psychology Club will induct seven new members at the end of February. Club members include students with an interest in psychology. Students in the top 35 percent of their class are eligible for Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology. One student, Tucker Jones, previously recognized […]

Autistic Patient Suffers Abuse at Service Organization

Rachel Decker The Paw Print It’s a mother’s worst nightmare to discover her son being threatened and abused, and for Kathy Coleman, that nightmare came true. When her 31-year-old autistic son Cameron started developing mysterious bruises, she began to grow worried. Cameron was unable to tell her how he was gaining the bruises; he has […]

A Once Great Nation that Led the World in Education

Jake Hughes The Paw Print Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Yet, the education system, along with other crucial systems in the United States, is in danger of falling into the abyss. To be educated is the ability to make your own decisions […]

SLV Promise Award to Help Local Students

PR Department The SLV Promise Award is a new award offered at Adams State University that will cover full tuition and fees for qualified students. “The top priority of Adams State University is to make education accessible, which means keeping it affordable,” President David Svaldi says. The award applies to current Adams State students as […]

ASU Explores a Potential Tuition Increase

Helen Smith The Paw Print With the cost of everything steadily climbing, it is no surprise that Adams State is finding it necessary to explore a tuition increase. The board has approved and submitted a financial accountability plan to the state. However, David Valdez, chairman of the Adams State Board of Trustees, points out that […]

Student Scholar: March 21

Rachel Decker The Paw Print With graduation just around the corner, Adams State senior Brittany Olsen is working harder than ever to finish her college career. She is majoring in both Business Advertising and English Liberal Arts, and though double majoring can be a lot to handle, is ready to receive her degrees. Eventually, she […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet