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CS Maintenance tonight, Thursday September 12th

The following maintenance activities will take place Thursday September 12, 2013 during our normally scheduled maintenance window beginning at 9:00 PM: At 9:00 PM, we will be rebooting the BGP service which will cause approximately 5 minutes of downtime for anyone trying to connect to the Internet from on-campus. Computing Services thanks you for your […]

Cross Country Starts Season Strong at Home

Kaymarie Jones The Paw Print It was little over eighty degrees on Saturday when the Grizzly men and women made their mark at the 20th Annual Coach Vigil Cross Country Meet, hosted by the Cattails Golf Course right here in Alamosa. The meet accommodated over five hundred athletes who competed at the middle school, high […]

Show Some Love and Support for Soccer Today

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Soccer is the world’s most popular sport, played by over 250 million people around the world in over 200 countries. Football or “soccer” as we know it is not just a game that you want to watch for fun, it is a way of life that people from different races, […]

Preparing for Soccer’s 2014 World Cup in Brazil

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The upcoming World Cup in 2014, promises to be one of the most interesting and most competitive World Cups so far. The game of Football (soccer) has been going through significant changes in the last two decades in terms of speed of play, physical capabilities of the players, and competitiveness […]

Grizzlies Shut Down Wayland Baptist 44-0 Friday

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print The Adams State football team shut out Wayland Baptist with a final score of 44-0 in Friday night’s season opener at Rex Stadium. The Grizzlies were dominant on both sides of the ball as they took down the Pioneers for the second year in a row. ASU’s offense racked up […]

Nieto Promueve el Turismo Mientras Minimiza la Guerra

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print El presidente de México Enrique Peña Nieto ha redoblado esfuerzos para promover México como contendiente económico mientras minimiza la desatora Guerra contra las drogas.  Hasta la fecha, la Guerra ha producido más de 125,000 homicidios en México desde que comenzó en 2006. Aprovechando de la  historia de turismo, Nieto quiere […]

Is Transportation Becoming More of a Health Hazard

Jessica Shawcroft The Paw Print Trains seem to derail for a number of reasons. Usually it’s because track maintenance lacked, the breaks on the cars were bad, the train was traveling too fast, the engineer fell asleep, the conductor fell asleep, or the weather caused some sort of issue that cannot be overcome. In this […]

Earth Calls on You for Support and Stimulation

Earth Group The Paw Print Adams State’s EARTH Group cordially invites you to ASU’s Volunteer Recruitment Fair on September 18th. We will be selling baked goods to raise funds to help with varying projects, including campus recycling and education. We will also be recruiting volunteers for ASU Cares Day on Sat, Sept. 21st where we […]

What We Didn’t Realize We Learn from our Professors

Jessica Shawcroft The Paw Print ne involving recent graduates and what they feel they learned from their professors. The study focused on the professors that made a difference in the students’ lives, helped them make a hard decision, learn something about their professional life, and enhanced their careers and decisions. The study is posted below. […]

A Dreamer’s Dream of Eternal Life or Pure Madness

Jake Hughes The Paw Print Neuroscience Experts Set their Sights on 2045, and the Possibility of Eternal Life. During a conference at Lincoln Center in New York, some of the world’s most inspiring human masterminds gathered to discuss the possibility of our minds out living our bodies. It sounds like something out of the future […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet