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XC Women Place 1st and Men Place 4th at Fort Hays

Kaitlin Hartman The Paw Print Women’s cross-country team took Fort Hays Kansas by storm in the Tiger Open last weekend. The girls scored a total of 33 points, exactly fifty points ahead of second place western state. Jenna Thurman, sophomore, won the girls race at Sand Plum Creek, with a remarkable time of 17:14 minutes. […]

Aldo Simoncini Stands in Goal with Amazing Story

Steven Petrov The Paw Print To cheat death and play against some of the best players in the world The extraordinary story of the goalkeeper of an extraordinary team During most days of the year, Aldo Simoncini works as an accountant, but there are days that he puts on his soccer jersey and gets in […]

Beeman will Perform Her First Faculty Recital on November 6

ALAMOSA (October 39) –Dr. Shellie Beeman, Adams State University assistant professor of music, will perform her first Adams State faculty recital at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6, in Leon Memorial Hall. Beeman, a lyric soprano, will be accompanied by Dr. William Lipke. She will perform a mixture of classical, theatre, folk songs, and classical jazz; […]

Intoxicating Nightmares Opens October 28

ALAMOSA (October 17) – Whether pondering a zombie apocalypse or a real-life drama – the Adams State University Theatre Program Production, Intoxicating Nightmares, two one-act plays, will leave the audience contemplating imagined or actual consequences to actions. Directed by senior theatre majors, the shows open at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28, in the Adams State […]

There are Still Spots Left for Stem Saturdays

ALAMOSA (October 23) – The Adams State University Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Saturdays registration is still available for the November 8 and November 22 programs. These free interactive sessions are open to the public and will stimulate the imagination and curiosity of students. Topics range across the spectrum, including biology, robotics, earth science, […]

Dr. Ed Lyell Believes Online is the Future of Education

ALAMOSA, CO. (October 17, 2014) – Dr. Ed Lyell, Adams State University Professor of Business, was one of 40 economic professors, from around the nation invited to a two-day conference, on October 10 and 11, on how to better teach economics using new digital tools. Faculty presenters demonstrated their success using student produced videos, interactive […]

ASU Named in Top 50 Colleges for Hispanic Students

ALAMOSA (October 16) –Adams State University was named in the top 50 for Hispanic students, according to the website Adams State University was the first four-year institution in Colorado to be federally designated a Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI), which requires a minimum of one-quarter Hispanic enrollment. states: In 2012, 49 percent of Hispanic high […]

Pick-Six Sends Grizzlies to 41-34 Victory Saturday

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print Ryan Holland’s pick-six in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s contest against the New Mexico Highlands Cowboys propelled the Grizzlies to 41-34 victory. Holland intercepted Highlands quarterback Lance Orender and returned the ball 57 yards for the game winning touchdown and sealed the second straight conference win for Adams State. Adams […]

The Clown By: Shelby Rushing

Carrie doesn’t want to go to bed.  The sun isn’t even completely down and her mother Karen is already tucking her in and giving her an intense look of disappointment.  Carrie rolls over and buries her head in her “snuggle puppy” pillow pet. Taking in a deep breath and slowly exhaling, Carrie’s mother leans in […]

The Other Wes Moore

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