ASU’s Dirty Little Column with Dr. Doitright

Dr. Doitright is not a real doctor or mental health professional. The doctor’s advice should not be taken seriously.  Dear Dr. DoitRight: Is it annoying to talk about everything that happens during the day? My friend told me the other day that I need not tell him all my day because it’s extremely annoying. I […]

“Blue Atoms” Short Story Feature: Part Two

Richard Flamm The Paw Print Brad’s brown bomber jacket stopped most of the morning breeze, but the faster he pedaled on his bike, the more chilled he became. The town was quiet and waking, bathed in the soft morning light hinting at the coming warmth of summer. The sound of the bike-chain rotating and the […]

On the History of Lacrosse and Our ASU Team

Helen Smith The Paw Print The first American sport, lacrosse, is here at Adams State for its third season. Head coach John McCreery recently shared some of the history of the sport as well as his thoughts on the program. Lacrosse originated with five nations of Indians in early America, predating European arrival. Lacrosse was […]

Artificial Sweeteners: the Good, the Bad, and the Splendid

Tri-Beta Club As you may know, there is much controversy over the effects of artificial sugars on your body.  For example, the University of Texas performed a study that has shown that there is a 41% increase in the risk of obesity for every diet soda consumed daily. Don’t let the statistics fool you, though, […]

Baseball Falls in Weekend Series Against Mesa

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print   Fresh off their sweep of Colorado Christian last weekend, the Adams State University baseball team hosted the Mavericks of Mesa State University for a four-game series beginning on Thursday afternoon. The Mavericks entered the series ranked thirteenth in the nation. The weekend proved to be a tough matchup for […]

Softball Defeats CSU-P in Three of Four Games

Rachel Heaton The Paw Print   The Adams State University softball team hosted the CSU-Pueblo Thunderwolves for an important four-game series over the weekend. The teams played two game on Friday and two more on Saturday. The Grizzlies came out on top of the series, winning three of the four games. The first of Friday’s […]

Outdoor Season Begins Strong

Kaymarie Jones The Paw Print   Starting strong in the first meet of the track and field outdoor season, the Adams State University Grizzlies are already on their way to the NCAA DII National Outdoor Championship which will be hosted by CSU-Pueblo on May 23. On Saturday March 30, the Grizzlies divided their team in […]

Recent Issues with Wild Horses in the United States

Helen Smith The Paw Print If you think that wild horses roaming on the range in large herds is a thing of the past, you should think again. The number of wild and feral horse in the United States has increased significantly in the past decade. This had led to significant issues in the government […]

Controversy Over Jesus Portrait in Ohio School

Rachel Decker The Paw Print An Ohio school district decided to take a portrait of Jesus off display in one of their high schools in an attempt to avoid a lawsuit on the rise. The portrait, which had hung in various schools amongst the district for 66 years, received complaints from a student and two […]

Hands That Have Worked, Hearts That Have Swollen

Will Bareford The Paw Print “Before that I guess she was just a little kid.” “Then that’s something”, a little kid’s somethin’ that ain’t a bum or a whore.” – William Kennedy   The above dialog is excerpted from William Kennedy’s 1983 novel “Ironweed.” “Ironweed” is a novel about a former baseball player named Francis, […]

ASU’s Dirty Little Column with Dr. Doitright

Dr. Doitright is not a doctor or mental health professional. The doctor’s advice should not be taken seriously. Dear Dr. Doitright: He took my innocence, or did I give it to him? I’m the kind of person that doesn’t drink, smoke or party, yet I woke up in the arms of a 25-year-old senior after […]

“Blue Atoms” Short Story Feature: Part One

Richard Flamm The Paw Print “Brad Patterson is an ocean with an undercurrent that could drown an apostle. You keep your distance from that boy.”  Sue-Ellen recalled her mom’s words, pursed her lips, and watched Brad reenact his Friday touchdown with dramatic hand motions across the silver diner table. His brown hair was wavy and […]

Paranormal Discovery Club Now an Official Club

Paranormal Discovery Club After two long years of persistence, hard work, and endless dedication, the Paranormal Discovery Club is now an officially recognized club here at Adams State University. The club presented their pitch to AS&F Monday evening, and won the votes of the members, earning them the official title they’ve been after since they […]

Research Trips… or Going on Dream Vacation?

Tri-Beta Club Even though our Spring Break has already passed, most of the country is now gearing up for that mid-semester getaway. You may still be dreaming of going to Mexico, St. Barts, or Hawaii, but sadly don’t have the money to get there. Well, a group of scientists is one step ahead of you. […]

Zacheis Planetarium Expands Programs

Daniel Allsup The Paw Print The Harry Zacheis Planetarium and Observatory is expanding and offering more programs to appeal to the university patrons and local community. Dr. Astalos, director of the planetarium and an associate physics professor, says, “The goal of the grant that paid for this renovation is to increase interest in science, technology, […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet