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Building a Bridge Between Science and Religion

Amita Manandhar The Paw Print Can science and religion ever co-exist together? According to Reverend Michael Dowd it can. In fact Reverend Dowd believes that both Science and religion go hand in hand. Reverend Michael Dowd is an inspirational speaker and has written two books. One of his recent books “Thank God for Evolution” is […]

International Students Celebrate Cultures with Food

Kaymarie Jones The Paw Print This past weekend, the Immigrant Resource Center of Alamosa joined hands with Adams State University’s Diversity Multicultural Club to embrace and support international students and immigrants, who may have immigrant related questions and needs, at the Elks Lodge, in Alamosa. In light of celebrating U.S. International Education Week, the group […]

From Russia with Love: A Russian Music History

Amita Manandhar The Paw Print The Adams State University Wind ensemble performed a band concert in the Leon Memorial Hall on Saturday, Nov. 17. The concert, which was titled From Russia with love, featured musical pieces from Russian musicians. The main focus of this concert was to give the audience a taste of Russian musical […]

Transgender Day of Remembrance Candlelight Vigil

Jose Orzosco The Paw Print Sunday night was filled with light, candle light that is. ASU Prizm, the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) organization on campus, Campus Ministries, Newman Club, and CASA held a candle light vigil to honor and observe a national event known as Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR). TDOR was […]

Who Cares for the Students During Holiday Times

Nicholas Spencer The Paw Print Before Thanksgiving break, I heard the cafeteria was closing for Thanksgiving. How strange I thought. What about the students who live in the dorms and can’t cook a decent meal in their room? I was further informed the cafe is usually open during Thanksgiving break. With this small bit of […]

Share the Magical Time with La Puente’s Programs

Katie Stiel The Paw Print Valley-Wide Health Systems and La Puente share a 22nd year history with the Share the Magic Holiday Gala taking place at the Adams State theatre this Friday Nov. 30. All profits from the event support the programs of La Puente.  Adams State University theatre department joined the partnership with Valley-Wide […]

Bottled Water is the Greatest Advertising Allusion

Jake Hughes The Paw Print Just like Colorado, 70 percent of the states in the US are in a drought and in this current climate water levels are big topic of discussion. In particular, bottled water is the controversial subject matter that is currently manipulating its way onto our shelves and into our environment. A […]

Dr. Matt Nehring Lectures on ‘Orbital Mechanics’

Nicholas Spencer The Paw Print For all of the science enthusiasts running around campus wondering where to get a science fix. There has been a Science Lecture series all semester. Too bad if you have missed most of the lectures thus far this semester. I recently attended one of these lectures and witnessed some crazy […]

Student Scholar: November 29

Rachel Decker The Paw Print Avid writer Richard Flamm, this week’s Student Scholar, is on his way towards achieving his goals and earning his doctorate, while continuing to make the most of his life. Twenty five-year-old Flamm is an English major with an emphasis in creative writing. He is a 4.0 GPA student that is […]

ASU’s Dirty Little Column with Doitright and the Don

Dr. Doitright and Don Juan are not real doctors or mental health professionals. The doctors’ advice should not be taken seriously.   Dear DLC  I am not getting the attention I need from my boyfriend. We both play sports and we both are taking 18 credit hours, but we still have time in the evenings […]

Adams State University Theatre Presents Robin Hood

Ryan Dufresne The Paw Print The Adams State theatre program is getting ready for their Christmas show, Robin hood, directed by Asst. Professor Jenna Nielson.  Each actor has prepared for a fantastic show for all families. Dr. Paul Newman, Program Director of Theatre said, “I couldn’t be more pleased with the results. I think everything […]

ASU Football Shuts out Mavericks to Finish 8-3

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print With the help of a record breaking performance by senior kicker David Van Voris (Elizabeth, Colo.) the Grizzlies marched past Colorado Mesa University 19-0 in Saturday’s final regular season contest. The Grizzlies finish the season at 8-3 overall and 6-3 in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) play. This is their […]

Volleyball Finishes Regular Season with Wins

Dominique Davis The Paw Print The last two regular season volleyball matched for the Grizzlies were luckily both home games in Plachy Hall on Tuesday and Friday night. With the regular season coming to an end, and an intense round of playoffs soon to follow, the Grizzlies were more than ready to bring their best […]

Swim Team Defeats Mesa Again

Jessica Palacio The Paw Print Saturday afternoon the Grizzly swimmers took on Mesa State for their first home meet of the season. On the woman’s side the grizzlies swept the meet with first place finishes in every individual event and wins in both relays, defeating the Mavericks 138 -67.  While the men were unable to […]

2012 Presidential Election Results Full of Surprises

Tanner Elliott The Paw Print “Four-more years,” was the message that was sent all across the United States on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Barrack Hussein-Obama was re-elected as President of the United State this previous week, becoming the 14th President to serve more than one term. At 11:20 p.m., networks across the country begin saying that […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet