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ASU Pushes to 1-0 Start with Victory Over OPSU

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print Furnished by two rushing touchdowns from sophomore quarterback Auston Hillman and three interceptions by the Grizzly defense, Adams State took down the Oklahoma Panhandle State University (OPSU) Aggies in a final score of 23-7. Thursday night’s contest at Rex Stadium was the season opener for the Grizzlies and helps them […]

Where Are They Now?: The Latest on Soccer Transfers

Edith Arias The Paw Print The life of a soccer fan goes like this: you find a team you like, you start tuning in to their matches, you begin to notice key players, and then finally go on to become a major all around fan. Everything is great until you hear that your favorite player […]

Chelsea F.C. Breaks Everton F.C.’s Spirits 6-3

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Chelsea F.C. continued their flawless performance in the English Premier League after winning an absolutely amazing game as visitors of the team from Liverpool. With this win, Chelsea F.C. maintained their lead and are still holding the first place in the current league standings with 9 points. By far the […]

Men and Women Sweep Joe I. Vigil Open Saturday

Kailie Hartman The Paw Print Last Saturday, at Cattails Golf Course, marked the beginning of the Adams State cross country season with the 21st Annual Joe I. Vigil Open meet. Adams State Cross Country boys and girls swept the field, taking home both first place finishes. The men’s team took the top five spots, earning […]

ASU Human Performance Lab Now Open to the Public

ALAMOSA (September 5) – The Adams State University Human Performance and Physical Education Department (HPPE) continues to offer the community a variety of affordable fitness tests. Testing will be located in the Human Performance Lab room 106, located in the East Campus Building. Dr. Tracey Robinson, professor of HPPE, and graduate assistants, Lukus Klawitter and […]

Model UN Club Sets Strong Example for Outward Thinking

Reuben Chavira The Paw Print Over the Weekend, the Model UN club held a special camp that simulated formal processes members of the United Nations would typically participate in. Aimed at being a recruitment tool for potential future club members, its main goal was to provide an experience of what is to be expected, as […]

Local, Regional, National and International Weekly

Jake Hughes The Paw Print In local news, Adams State University has made changes to the ASU policy handbook. The modification to the anti-discrimination policy in the handbook will see language defining transgender and gender expression added. Tracy Rogers, ASU’s Human Resources Director said “It is more on an explanation than an expansion.”     Following […]

Could India Become the New Manufacturing Powerhouse

Steven Petrov The Paw Print India has the potential of becoming the new “factory of the world.” While China is trying to lower the independence of its economy on the foreign investments and the export, India has aimed towards this very same model for development, which can turn the country into the new world leader […]

CrossFit – The Modern Day Way of Working Out

Steven Petrov The Paw Print CrossFit is a training system, developed in the 90s in California. It incorporates different elements of running, jumping, gymnastics, and weightlifting. CrossFit is a sport, fitness, and obsession, but most of all it is a challenge to everyone who thinks they have what it takes to push beyond the word […]

An Open Mic For Creative Expression

Mary Ward The Paw Print On Sunday, the POET club held an open mic night that drew a diverse group of students looking for inspiration. It was a fun night of creative expression, where those that went up had a chance to share their experiences with others who were there to listen. Poems are the […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet