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Adams State Awarded Scholarship Funding Non-Traditional Students

ALAMOSA, COLO. (March 10, 2015) . . . Adams State University announced it has received a $30,000 grant from the Daniels Fund to provide Boundless Opportunity Scholarships to non-traditional students. The grant will provide $2,000 to 15 undergraduate students who meet the criteria, according Dr. Michael Mumper, senior vice president for Enrollment Management & Program […]

50 Shades of Abuse: Does 50 Shades of Grey Romanticise Domestic Violence

Sarah Ehrlich  The Paw Print With the raging success the 50 Shades book trilogy brought to the world, 50 Shades of Grey was easily the most anticipated film of 2015 thus far. The fandom grew exponentially, and the online world erupted with controversy towards the new movie and overall theme of the story. Author E.L. […]

50 Shades of Feminism

Collin Brooks The Paw Print Fifty Shades of Grey by EL James has swept the nation, both the novel and the recently released major motion picture. The success of this story is no doubt evidence of its popularity. However, it certainly has received major criticism as well. As a book and movie that clearly serves […]

Why Should We Continue to Study History?

John Wiley  The Paw Print It was another day in the works for her high school education. As the teacher progressed from slide-to-slide on his Power Point presentation, she stealthily powered on her iPhone underneath her desk to see if her Twitter feed indicated any new notifications. This was a private school after all; phone […]

ASU Women’s Blog (during women’s week)

Today we are featuring some articles that have been written about ASU women’s week.   Student writes about link to domestic violence in 5o shades of Grey for ASU Women’s Week ASU to celebrate its second annual ASU Women’s Week Dr. Mari Centeno to speak about women leaders around the world for ASU Women’s Week […]

2015 Women’s Week schedule

2015 Women’s Week will be held March 6th – 14th THEME: “We Have A Voice,” celebrating the diverse voices of women because each voice is important and powerful BANNER CONTEST: We had a contest during the fall semester, for the best design to be used as our second annual Women’s Week banner. We received 17 entries. A […]

Men’s Basketball Upsets Mines In Postseason Action

Tuesday night the Grizzlies upset the No. 10 Orediggers in the quarter finals of the RMAC shootout.  Giving the program its first postseason win since the 2012-2013 season, and marking the largest tournament upset the Grizzlies have accomplished under Coach Wilson. The team was lead by seniors Mikey Hope and Juwan Buchanan scoring 19 and […]

Soccer Hosts Annual All-Night Soccer Tournament

A group of Adams State students pulled an all-nighter on Friday night, but they weren’t doing what you’d think. Instead of spending the night out or writing a paper, they spent the night in the Adams State bubble for the annual all-night soccer tournament. The tournament is hosted as a fundraiser for the men’s and […]

Chelsea FC Defeats Tottenham Hotspur FC Sunday

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The final of the Capital One cup this year faced the two city-rivals from London and was played on Sunday, March 1st on the English national Stadium, Wembley. The club of the Russian multi-billionaire, Roman Abramovich managed to beat Tottenham Hotspur FC with 2:0 after an incredibly interesting, fast-paced and […]

Romeo And Juliet By Opera Colorado At ASU

ALAMOSA (March 2) – A performance of Romeo and Juliet by the Opera Colorado Young Artists will start at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 10, in the Adams State University Richardson Hall Auditorium. The Opera Colorado Young Artists are a group of five emerging opera singers have been selected out of 300 plus aspiring candidates to […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet