Percussion Extravaganza: Nov. 12

Percussion Extravaganza: Nov. 12

Percussion Extravaganza: Affinity By Jeslyn Dees On Monday, November 12th, the Adams State Percussion Ensemble will put on their bi-annual Percussion Extravaganza in Richardson Hall Auditorium at 7pm. Each semester, the percussion students at Adams State work intensely to prepare a show to represent the music department and to demonstrate the musical skills that the […]

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Nic Hannan Music!

Nic Hannan Music!

(October 2018) Looking for an entertaining and recreational way to support local musicians? Check out Nic Hannan: a senior Piano Performance Major at Adams State! Nic is a musician who performs around Alamosa to advertise his musical abilities and bless his listeners’ ears with covers and originals. Not only does he perform in multiple ensembles […]

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80’s Flashback

80’s Flashback By William Walker Hello everyone, here we are, about to take a look back into the 80’s. Why? Well, for one reason, the person writing this article was born in the 80’s. Another reason is to share some of the things that made it enjoyable for anybody who grew up in that particular […]

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Nursing Department Haunted Asylum

Nursing Department Haunted Asylum

Nursing Department Haunted House As the leaves of the trees begin to shrivel and die, and the air begins to chill, Adams State University prepares itself for the festivities of Halloween. While most buildings on campus take part in the more jovial aspects of the holiday, there is but one building on campus which houses […]

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Outstanding Volleyball Victory

Levi Savage Lowe Paw Print On October 20, 2018 the Adams State Girls’ Volleyball team defeated Colorado Western’s team with an outstanding 3 to 0 point game. Throughout the game, both teams fought hard and but at almost every turn Adams State pulled ahead with the score. The score of the first match was an […]

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The Dream at Owl Creek Bridge

Levi Savage Lowe Paw Print “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” is a short story by Ambrose Bierce, published in 1890. Bierce was an American author who served in the Civil War, and wrote a book called Tales of Soldiers and Civilians, which contained short stories such as “An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge.” It […]

Midterm Tests

Levi Savage Lowe Paw Print Throughout the last few weeks, many students have been taking their midterms for all of their classes. This test is a great way for students to be able to determine whether they should withdraw from the class or if they should continue with the class until the end. These tests […]

Techniques for relieving stress

Bailey Sessions The Paw Print One of the biggest challenges in college is not what many would think it is. It’s not studying, balancing a social life, or eating healthy; it’s managing stress. As people become more stressed, they are unable to do the other challenges they believed they would face. However, managing stress is […]

Evans will receive the ASU Willis Fassett Jr. Individual Award  Article by Linda Relyea

Evans will receive the ASU Willis Fassett Jr. Individual Award Article by Linda Relyea

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT Linda Relyea (ASU News) 719-587-7827 Tammy Lopez (Foundation Office) 719-587-7609 ALAMOSA (October 18) – Receiving a scholarship as a Adams State student, Wayne Evans began paying it forward once he began his professional career. The Adams State University Foundation will present Wayne and Ellen Evans with the Willis Fassett Jr. Award at the […]

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