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Men Earn Big Win Over UCCS, Split Weekend Set

The men’s basketball team came away with an important victory over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS) on Friday. UCCS entered the game ranked 15 overall, boasting a 19-3 season record. However, the Grizzlies were able to overpower UCCS by a final score of 88-75. On Saturday, the Grizzlies gave an exciting show […]

Professional Rodeo Enamored by Fallon Taylor

Elizabeth Salazar The Paw Print The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) has a new fan favorite and her name is Fallon Taylor. Taylor recently won the world title in barrel racing at the 2014 National Finals Rodeo (NFR). Taylor is 32 years old and has captivated the rodeo community with her quirky personality. It is […]

Deadline Approaches to Apply for Scholarships

ALAMOSA (February 18) – Scholarships at Adams State University are available for 2015-2016 with an application deadline of March 1. The qualifications for each of those scholarships vary. Tammy Lopez, executive director of the ASU Foundation, said: “Last year, the ASU Foundation provided $948,000 in support through private scholarships and the Grizzly Club.” There are […]

Adams State 15-Credit Requirement

ALAMOSA, COLO. (Feb 17, 2015) . . . Adams State University undergraduate students must now enroll in 15 credit hours per semester to be considered full-time, effective for the fall 2015 semester, according to Dr. Frank Novotny, vice president for Academic Affairs. Financial aid is awarded based on enrollment status. Students enrolling in fewer than […]

EU Leaders Approve A Plan Against Terrorism

Steven Petrov The Paw Print A little over a month since the terrible and radical terroristic attacks in Paris took place, the leaders of the European Union reached a mutual agreement that they all have to join efforts in the fight against the terror that has been coming from the Middle East in the recent […]

Samsung Releases Smartphone With Three Screens

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Samsung Electronics plan to release two brand new versions of its latest and newest product – the Galaxy S5. The company plans to show its customers and shareholders that it can still bring unique and innovative products to the market. The senior management team has chosen the month of March […]

US States Against Huge Lottery Jackpots

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The “Powerball” lottery has officially announced that three winning tickets were sold for the enormous $563 million jackpot for this weekend’s drawing. This jackpot was the 5th largest in the history of “Powerball” and that drew significant amount of attention from people all over the country. Millions of people spent […]

Alamosa Artist Show Off Their Work a Monthly Art Hop

Sarah Ehrlich   The Paw Print The newest cultural event in Alamosa has arrived and will be here the first Friday of every month! Introducing the Art Hop, a collaborative effort of Adams State graduate students, community members, and local businesses to show and support new artwork to patrons entering their stores. Participating businesses include […]

Live a Little: A Review of The Young World by Chris Weitz

Rebecca Carey The Paw Print “The Young World” by Chris Weitz is the first book in The Young World Trilogy. It was released July 29, 2014 and was published by Little, Brown Company. The novel takes place in New York City after a mysterious sickness swept through and wiped out the entire population. Only adults […]

McCammond Credits ASU Teacher Education Department With Her Success

ALAMOSA (February 17) – Adams State University Teacher Education alumna Debra A. McCammond ’12 is the Early Childhood Education (ECE) Coordinator with Aurora Public Schools (APS). She received a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies with a focus on ECE and a minor in business. “Earning my degree from Adams State has opened up many opportunities […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet