ASU Track and Field: California Meets

By. Sunday Abarca Editorial Staff This month on Thursday, April 18th, 2019 Adams State track and field team flew off to California. There, they competed at three different track meets which consisted of the Bryan Clay Invitational & Multi, MT. SAC RELAYS, and Long  Beach Invitational. Adams was looking to squeeze in a few more […]

Baseball

By. Matthew Martinez ALAMOSA, Colo- The Adams State Baseball team begins conference play at home with a four-game series. Two weeks removed from a series sweep against UT Permian Basin, the Grizzlies (3-11) looked to increase their season high three-game win streak as fellow RMAC opponent Dixie State (10-4) came into town. The Trailblazers of […]

Wall of Oppression

By Jasmyn Brendle | On International Women’s Day, in front of the Japanese Garden, the Wall of Oppression was taken down by a group of students, taking a stand against the hate speech people experience on a daily basis. This project was created by assistant professor of philosophy, Natasha Liebig PH.D., as a way to […]

Valentines Day

By. Bailey Sessions St. Valentine was a priest during the early Roman Catholic Empire who secretly married young lovebirds, even though the emperor had outlawed it. Once discovered, he was put to death for performing the illegal ceremonies. His actions turned him into a martyr for love. How did the grim end of martyred saint […]

Christian Challenge: “Recreation”

By. Antonio Griego Christian Challenge kicked off their first annual praise night last Saturday, with a night of “Recreation” for Adams State students. Christian Challenge is a campus ministry that is open to serve all students who want to test their faith, by dissecting parts of the Bible, and also to live a Christ-like life. “Christian […]

Milly Meza Tribute

By. Ziere Banner On behalf of the Adams State Family, we mourn for the death of Milanyela “Milly” Meza, a student athlete here at Adams State University. She touched many hearts with her kindness and willingness to make everyone happy at all times. She had friends all over campus and throughout the Adams State’s sports teams, […]

Four-Day Week Proposition Draws Mixed Opinions

By. Aaron Kinnischtzke ALAMOSA, Colo. – Much conversation and controversy has arisen over the proposition of a four-day school week for every department here at Adams State. The Mass Communications Department is the first to adopt a shortened school week, with there being classes only Monday through Thursday and all three-credit periods are an hour and […]

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Bailey Paw Print We live in a winter wonderland – below freezing temperatures, spatters of snow, and hardly any daylight. For many people, it can be rough, to say the least. Each year, as the days get shorter and the nights get longer, people’s moods change. They want to sleep more (understandably), begin to lose […]

Christmas Shopping 101

Levi Savage Lowe Paw Print Ever have a hard time trying to pick out a present for a friend or family member? Here we will be talking about what one should get their friend or family for Christmas in order to make sure everyone is happy. Have no fear because there is still time to […]

How to Survive Your Finals

Jeslyn Paw Print Finals Week, and the weeks leading up to it, is an extremely stressful time for all students. The last few weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas break are a race to the finish. Everyone is excited to begin their Christmas break after being teased with Thanksgiving break, but we all have about 5 […]

Pewdiepie Needs Your Help!

Levi Savage Lowe Paw Print Everyone uses the internet and almost everyone uses YouTube these days too. Pewdiepie, the King of the Bros aka. 9-year-old army, needs your help today. A company is attempting to over throw Pewdiepie’s throne of being the largest subscriber on the YouTube platform. He needs your Youtube subscription to be […]

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 […]

The Greatness of Football

Levi Savage Lowe Paw Print Football is an exciting sport to play and to watch. Many people believe it to be the best sport, but of course everyone is entitled to their own opinions, so some may think differently. There are positive and negative aspects of every sport. This article was not written to try […]

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 […]

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 […]

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