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Shootout in Musket Game Leads to ASU Victory

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print The Grizzlies finished out their 2014 home contests with a 34-30 victory against the Fort Lewis Skyhawks. The Grizzlies advance to 4-6 overall this season and 3-5 in conference play. ASU put up 27 points in the second half of play, which was good enough to secure the victory and […]

Men’s Basketball Takes on UNM Lobos to Start Season

Jessica Palacio The Paw Print ASU men’s basketball began their exhibition portion of the season last Friday night against the UNM Lobos in front of a crowd of over 13,000 fans. The Lobos are the first of three Division I Mountain West Conference teams that the Grizzlies will face in the coming month. While the […]

Many Departments Move Back to Richardson Hall

ALAMOSA (November 12) – The first phase of the Adams State University Richardson Hall renovations is nearly complete. Many departments have already moved into their new offices, located on the south wing and middle section in Richardson Hall. Offices include: Financial Aid Office – Suite 1-200, first floor; Records Office – Suite 1-300, first floor; […]

Red Cross Preparedness Campaign: Home Fires Door-to-Door

As part of aiding in the safety and preparedness of others the American Red Cross will be going door-to-door throughout the San Luis Valley (SLV) starting in Alamosa November 15th to assist in home fire prevention. Our goal is to reduce fire deaths and injuries in the US by 25% in 5 years. In partnership […]

Biology of Homosexuality is Subject of Next Faculty Lecture

ALAMOSA (November 11) – The origins of homosexuality have been debated throughout human history, and until only recently have we been able to investigate it scientifically. The Adams State University Fall 2014 Faculty Lecture Series “Biology of Homosexuality,” by Dr. Nathan Pipitone, assistant professor of psychology, begins at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 19, in Porter […]

Grizzly Men and Women are RMAC Champions!

Kaitlin Hartman The Paw Print Warning: ASU cross-country team is taking over the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Domination must have been on every runner’s mind as they approached the race this Sunday in Gunnison Colorado. The grizzlies had individual and team victories for both men and women. For the second consecutive year the ladies won […]

Dixon Publishes Book

ALAMOSA (November 11) – Dr. Hobart “Hobey” Dixon, Adams State University emeritus professor of biology, has published an identification guide to the plants of the San Luis Basin. Written for professionals and serious amateur botanists the book identifies ferns, conifers, and flowering plants of the San Luis Valley, the Taos Plateau, and surrounding mountains. Including […]

Adams State Business Students Receive Financial Support from Alta Fuels

ALAMOSA (November 12) – Alta Fuels continues their support and encouragement of Adams State University School of Business students by awarding Bryan Ruybal, Olivia DeHerrera, and Kelby Maestas, the Alta Fuels/Alta Convenience Scholarship. Jim Sammons, president of Alta Fuels, said the company is proud to sponsor these scholarships each year and glad to be assisting […]

Grizzlies Advice by Mr. Optimist

Mr. Optimist,  I have a tough problem, and I was wonder if you’d be able to help me. I’ve been dating my boyfriend for a couple of years now, and I do love him,  but there is another guy that I’m starting to have feelings for. Now I still have feelings for my boyfriend, but […]

The Many and Varied Uses of Coconut Oil

Alexandra Rivera  The Paw Print Do you want softer skin? Have you been looking for a conditioner that is all natural? Or do you want to cook healthier? Good news! Coconut oil has countless uses that can benefit your everyday life. In addition, coconut oil is all natural and can be purchased at your local […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet