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Deja Vu

Jake Hughes The Paw Print This phenomenon or glitch in the matrix leaves the beholder thinking of a higher spirit or thinking of a past life. Deja Vu is a feeling of having experienced something in the past in spite of the experience being a new one. Some attribute it to disorders in brain while […]

College Checkered: Final Thoughts and Closing Statements

Brenda Figuero The Paw Print •           To the wonderful ladies in my life: Thank you for giving me a chance to be a friend to you. It’s hard to find good lady friends. Especially for someone who’s used to just hanging out with dudes. On a more specific note, I want to thank Anna Dean […]

La Puente Home

Erin Melody La Puente Volunteer   The San Luis Valley experiences a great deal of economic hardship due to its lack of job opportunities and geographic isolation, and in 2009, 20.5 percent of its residents were estimated to be below the poverty line. Homelessness has been a long running problem in this area, and many […]

ASU Volleyball Heads to Regional Tournament

Dominique Davis The Paw Print   The Grizzlies set off this week for the NCAA tournament in Denver for the first time in school history. The Grizzlies found out that they would be playing the Angelo State Belles at Regis University last Sunday and had been anxious ever since. The Grizzlies were more than ready […]

Time to Change our Behavior

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print   Over the weekend, the sports world was shocked by a saddening event within the Kansas City Chiefs organization. Twenty-five-year-old linebacker Javon Belcher fatally shot his 22-year-old girlfriend at their house before driving to team facilities and taking his own life in front of the team’s general manager and head […]

Art Education Creates Bonds with Local Students

Cristen Strank-Garrett The Paw Print Adams State University instructor Jenny Gawronski and her students have shared their passion for art with local high school students through a three-day art education class. Gawronski taught the art education class this semester and her students taught an art lesson to the students of Antonito High School. Victorio Maestas, […]

Palestinian Statehood and Rising Tensions with Israel

Nathan Crites-Herren The Paw Print The creation of an independent Palestine, side by side with Israel, is broadly supported internationally, formally backed by successive U.S. administrations, and enjoys popular support in Israel, according to polling data. Yet efforts by Palestinian authorities to gain statehood recognition at the UN have generated controversy. Following a failed bid […]

Music Department Hosts Christmas Winterfest

Amita Manandhar The Paw Print   Christmas songs and jingle bells filled Adams State University gymnasium on late Sunday afternoon, as the ASU music department hosted their annual family-friendly musical concert titled ‘Winterfest.’ The concert was held in Plachy gymnasium on Sunday, Dec. 2. This annual Winterfest concert is unlike any other concert done by […]

Student Scholar: December 6

Rachel Decker The Paw Print Student Scholar of the Week, Eric Wagner, is a dedicated member of the life at Adams State, and he is hard at work on graduating and furthering his education. Majoring in Molecular Biology with a focus in pre-med, Wagner is aiming to make the best of his life by doing […]

Creative Writing Seniors Celebrate with Readings

Nicholas Spencer The Paw Print This event was my favorite I’ve attended this year. I have been to countless lectures and events for numerous departments. This night really kept me interested and left me asking for more. I am a freshman with intentions to become an English major, and a few semesters from getting into […]

One More Addition to the Green Movement at ASU

Jose Orozco The Paw Print Have you ever wondered about the trees? They are important for life in so many ways. First, there is an essential symbiotic relationship for gas exchange. Second, trees can provide food for animals such as fruits and nuts. Trees can meet many of our essential needs such as shelter. Trees […]

Cross Country Men Win National Championship

Tanner Elliot The Paw Print   The Adams State men captured the prize on Saturday, Nov. 17 winning the National Championship. The Grizzly men demolished the field with a 68-point difference between them and the second place Colorado School of the Mines. They won the meet with an astonishing 34 points. Sophomore Kevin Batt led […]

Volleyball Hosts RMAC Tourney, Takes Down UCCS

Dominique Davis The Paw Print   The Grizzlies were at it again this week, but this time for their post season. The RMAC tournament began on Tuesday night where the Grizzlies hosted the first round in Plachy Hall. This was the second consecutive year hosting the quarterfinals of the tournament. The Grizzlies were the 3rd […]

Volleyball Earns First NCAA DII Appearance

Dominique Davis The Paw Print   The ASU Grizzly volleyball team qualified for the NCAA Division II national tournament last Sunday night. This is the first time in the school’s history that a volleyball team has ever qualified. The Grizzlies finished the season with a 24-5 overall record and were announced as the fifth seed […]

Give Thanks for Life Lessons

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print Sitting around the dinner table this Thanksgiving, I couldn’t help but reflect on all of the things that I am thankful for in my life. I am blessed with many things, and one of those is sports. Sports have been an integral part of my life pretty much since I […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet