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Posts from ‘March, 2015’

Grizzlies Softball Splits Series Against Metro State

Grizzlies Softball took the field against Metro State this weekends for their first home series of the year. After a ruff series of away games the Grizzlies were out to break their five game losing streak coming out strong and sweeping Metro in both games on Saturday. The grizzlies won the first game of the […]

Men’s Lacrosse Falls to Mavericks In Season Opener

Men’s lacrosse kicked off their season Friday afternoon against the Colorado Mesa Mavericks. The Grizzlies were led in scoring by seniors John Beedle and Danny Mays, each scoring four and three goals respectively.  The Mavericks took the lead early on in the game. The first quarter was a one goal game until the Mavericks scored […]

Top Rodeo Competitors Start Elite Rodeo Association

Elizabeth Salazar The Paw Print Move over Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) because there is a new association coming to town. Top competitors in the rodeo world have announced that they are starting The Elite Rodeo Association (ERA). The ERA is owned by the rodeo’s top 55 athletes, and 42 of those are world champions. […]

Earth, Wind, Sky

ALAMOSA (March 5) – The Adams State University Nielsen Library and the Adventure Program will host an ongoing lecture series this semester entitled Earth, Water, and Sky: Conversations on the Great Outdoors – San Luis Valley and Beyond. The first event, Fly Fishing Around the San Luis Valley: the Zen, Aesthetics, and Conservation of Chasing […]

Guest Percussion Concert Is March 12

ALAMOSA (March 4) – Alex Weir, who has presented solo recitals at numerous universities around the U.S. and is a member of the percussion trio Atlas Percussion, will perform at a guest percussion concert at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 12, in Adams State University Leon Memorial Hall. Wier is a percussionist active as both a […]

The US Banks Economic Stress Testing Results

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Economic stress tests are an often used as a method in determining the bank industry’s readiness to withstand any sudden change in the market sentiment which will subsequently lead to a major economic crisis. The test aims to see if every single bank is able to react accordingly and has […]

EU Plans On Improved Relationship With Belarus

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The European Union has begun its plans on expanding and improving its current political and economical relations with Belarus. This news came as somewhat of a surprise, due to the fact that Belarus has been often referred to as the last dictatorship in Europe, because of its totalitarian leader Alexander […]

ASU Hosts Special Olympics Basketball Extravaganza

The Facility and Event Management Class and football team at Adams State partnered with Special Olympics Colorado to host a Special Olympics Extravaganza. The event was held in Plachy Hall on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. Athletes for the Blue Dust Devils and the Red Dust Devils faced off in a competitive game in front […]

Adams State Offers In-State Tuition to Qualifying US Veterans

ALAMOSA (March 9) – Beginning with the spring semester of the 2015 academic year, the Board of Trustees of Adams State University adopted a policy that grants in-state tuition status to eligible Active Duty, Reserve National Guard or Honorably Discharged members of the Armed Forces of the United States who enroll in Adams State University. […]

LSD: Potential Treatment for Depression and Alcoholism

Abbie Stillman  The Paw Print Lysergic acid diethylamide, more commonly known as acid or LSD has recently been studied on 20 healthy volunteers who have had previously experimented with the drug. They were injected with a “moderate” dose of LSD and then had their brain activity scanned and studied. The studies showed some interesting results […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet