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Boomer Welcomes Future Grizzlies

ALAMOSA (March 26) –Boomer paid a visit to Alamosa High School seniors currently admitted to Adams State University. Michelle Romero, associate director of admissions, said student ambassadors and Boomer, Adams State’s mascot, made it to over 50 homes, met many parents and grandparents and personally met and welcomed 25 students. “We want to reach out […]

The Home Stretch: How to Survive the Back Half of the Semester

Jordie Smith  The Paw Print Alright Grizzlies, we’re already a week into the home stretch of the semester. Most of us, hopefully, have fully recovered from the craziness of spring break and are ready to roll again. Some of you out there already know what’s due before it’s even assigned, and others of us, like […]

Photography Students Exchange Exhibition With North Country Community College-Malone Campus

ALAMOSA (April 3) –Adams State University photography students are taking part in a photography exchange exhibition with North Country Community College, Malone Campus, The State University of New York. The exhibit, Photographic Histories, will be on display in the Hatfied Gallery through April 24. The opening reception for Photographic Histories is from 4 p.m. until […]

Movie Review: Insurgent (The Divergent Series)

Cassandra Truelson The Paw Print Caution! Contains Spoilers  Every book turned move adaptation comes with complications and difficulties. But unlike most films, Insurgent turned out to be a success even with the changes that were made. Insurgent raised over one hundred million in the box offices alone when it hit theaters on March twentieth of […]

How Daylight Savings Time is Affecting Us Negatively

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The daylight saving time practice has been adopted by many of the developed nations around the world and aims to increase the usage of the illuminated part of the day. This practice has been used and applied in the US since 1979. A recent study has shown that this commonly […]

2015 Law Enforcement Torch Run Will Benefit Special Olympics

ALAMOSA (April 6) – Get out from behind your desk and get fit. The Adams State University Police Department, Alamosa Police Department, Alamosa Sheriff’s Department, and the Colorado State Patrol organized a 2015 Law Enforcement Torch Run to benefit Special Olympics Colorado. The run begins at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 2, in front of Rex […]

Let’s Talk About the Brain: Concussions in Sports

Elizabeth Salazar  The Paw Print Everyone loves doing their favorite activity. Whether it is lacrosse, rodeo, baseball, or even just going for a jog, but there are injuries that can occur. Most injuries have to deal with a broken bone or a torn ligament, which are awful, but people often forget about the injuries to […]

Stick to Your “Healthy Living” Resolution!

Tessie Pikula  The Paw Print For many of us, every year there comes a time when one decides that he or she is going to start “living healthier.” Maybe it’s a New Year’s Resolution, something to promise during the Lenten season, or just a reminder of the summer season coming. It’s an easy thing to […]

On-Campus Presentation Defending Christianity

Collin Brooks The Paw Print It’s Easter season, and like most of the religious holidays in this country, the true meaning of Easter is lost and it is covered in the moss that is bizarre folktale and pagan roots. What exactly does it mean to celebrate Easter? Or perhaps the better question is what exactly […]

Alternative Remedies for Depression

Abbie Stillman The Paw Print Do you or anyone you know suffer from any form of depression? Most might suggest that because depression is a chemical imbalance in your brain, that maybe anti-depressants are your best bet. Funny thing about those anti-depressants, they actually do more harm than good. Sure, they work for many, yet […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet