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Volleyball Friday 11/1 • 7 p.m. Plachy Hall Vs. Fort Lewis Swimming Saturday 11/2• 2 p.m. Plachy Hall Pool Vs. Mesa Volleyball Saturday 11/2 • 7 p.m. Plachy Hall Vs. Mesa Men’s Soccer Sunday 11/3 • 11 a.m. ASU Soccer Field Vs. Mines Women’s Soccer Sunday 11/3 • 2 p.m. ASU Soccer Field Vs. Mesa

Grizzlies Cruises Past Mustangs to 41-20 Victory

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print The Adams State football team improved to 6-2 after taking down the Western New Mexico Cowboys on Saturday by a final score of 41-20. With only three games remaining in the 2013 season, Saturday’s victory guarantees the Grizzlies another winning season. The Cowboys got on the board first, courtesy of […]

Men’s Soccer Falls to Colorado Mesa University

Steven Petrov The Paw Print After loosing 2 points against CCU’s “Cougars” on the road on Friday, the “Grizzlies” were looking to bounce back for their 2nd to last home game for the season against one of the RMAC’s best 4 teams, Colorado Mesa on Sunday October 27th. ASU needed a win in order to […]

Get Your Head in the Game: Visualization in Sports

Steven Petrov The Paw Print One of the most powerful tools that all of us were born with, is our ability to control our minds in terms of the predominant thoughts and emotions that we allow to exist in us. Why is this so important? Probably the most influential and astonishing breakthrough in the study […]

Men’s Soccer Ties Colorado Christian University

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The game played on Friday, October 25th in the home of the CCU “Cougars, Lakewood, CO was of significant importance for the ASU “Grizzlies.” After the 3 consecutive losses from Metro State, Regis University and CSU Pueblo, Coach Busen’s team needed 3 wins out of its last 4 games in […]

ICE Libera “Dreamers” Mientras Deporta Otros

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print Las autoridades migratorias de Estados Unidos liberaron el martes a 11 de 25 personas que se entregaron el mes pasado a las autoridades estadounidenses en la frontera entre Texas y México para protestar por la política de inmigración estadounidense. Cinco de los 11 liberados eran mujeres. La excarcelación se dio […]

Nielsen Library Hosts Poston Presentation on Locomotive 169

State University Nielsen Library will host Jim Poston speaking on the history of Locomotive 169, the train under the pavilion at Cole Park in Alamosa, Colo. The event will begin at noon on Wednesday, Nov. 6, in the Nielsen Library second floor lounge. The event is free and open to the public and light refreshments […]

Kenan Bussen: Pranks, Penalties, Pedagogy, and Prosperity (UPDATED 2/9/24)

Beth Bonnstetter The Paw Print ALAMOSA, Colo.–”Be careful with the decisions that you’re making and be mindful of who you’re becoming.” In the Fall of 2013, Kenan Bussen made a mistake. A goofy mistake many a young man trying to impress the women might make, but one that affected the course of his life. Although […]

ASU Percussion Presents James Doyle

ASU Assistant Professor of Music James Doyle will perform in his Faculty Percussion Recital at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3, in Leon Memorial Hall. The recital will include works by Kyle Gann, David Hollinden, Kakraba Lobi/Valerie Naranjo, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Steven Stucky, Nigel Westlake, and B. Michael Williams. Doyle teaches courses in percussion, music business, improvisation, […]

Restorative Justice Summit by Sociology Department

The Sociology Department and Center for Restorative Programs (CRP) are presenting the SLV Restorative Justice Summit on November 7 through November 9. The event is free and open to the public. This three-day event invites institutional leaders, professionals, service providers, and community members to engage with national RJ experts, hear RJ success stories, and brainstorm […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet