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Posts from ‘November, 2014’

Grizzlies Advice by Mr. Optimist

Dear Mr. Optimist, I’m having a problem with one of my roommates/friends. He is a great guy and everything, but he just has some bad habits (mostly with hygiene).  He just sometimes wreaks of B.O to where I’m at the point of being nauseated and almost puking from just the smell. He doesn’t brush his […]

Which is Really Worse for Your Health? Marijuana or Alcohol

Ali Rivera  The Paw Print Living in Colorado brings up the subject of marijuana. We all have heard the facts and have seen the people preach about how medical marijuana can benefit some. However a big question that is floating around is how is marijuana any different than alcohol regarding the health, safety, and crime? […]

The Gift that Just Keeps on Giving

Jessika Vandivier   The Paw Print One could say that I am a bit of a Christmas nut. For me, the “season to be jolly” begins the moment the clock strikes twelve and waves goodbye to Thanksgiving. The town of Alamosa has already put up the annual street decorations, stores are filled with holiday decorations, […]

Colorado: Come Live the Good Life

Alana Dylan  The Paw Print Ojo Caliente, NM An hour and a half south on Highway 285 is Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs, Resort and Spa. This is the most posh resort I have covered to date. But don’t let that dissuade you! There are plenty of ways to enjoy this hot springs without breaking the […]

The Madness and Excitement Behind Black Friday

Kaitlin Hartman The Paw Print The month count down has begun till finals, and the madness is only interrupted by the fleeting thanksgiving break. Thanksgiving is a cherished American holiday that brings families together, whether it is welcomed or not. Once the potato and turkey has been scarfed down and pecan pie is slowly digesting, […]

Banner Maintenance Outage this Saturday & CS Maintenance for Thursday, November 20th, 2014

***All Banner Systems Outage this Saturday, 11/22/14*** This Saturday, beginning at 8:00 AM and lasting until roughly 6:00 PM, ALL Banner systems will be unavailable as we install critical, required upgrades to the Banner infrastructure. This includes Banner Web, Forms, Self-Service Banner, School Services and any other Banner-specific systems. ***Maintenance tonight, Thursday November 20th*** Beginning […]

New Student Activities Calendar

We are very excited to announce the creation of a central online activities calendar. This is the place for you to advertise all of your events, fundraisers, and general meetings. You can check the calendar by going to the student life page at then scroll to the bottom right hand side of the page and […]

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; […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet