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Editorial Staff Discussion: Social Media

In modern society’s fast-paced and ever-evolving digital world, social media offers its many platforms to people as a way to keep up with the change. From tiny towns to colossal cities to countries afar, social media has become a routine part of life in nearly all areas of the world. The population of Adams State […]

Grizzly Persist Program

In an effort to create more resources to help students succeed, Justin Stoeckle created a new program for students who struggled academically in the first semester. The Grizzly Persist Program is an experimental tutoring program that helps students to get involved, manage their time, and more. They achieve this through holding seminars, having students meet […]

KeyNote Presentation: Joe Brooks

Feb 25, 2019 KeyNote Presentation On the date of February 25, there was a Keynote presentation open for all teachers to attend. At this presentation, it was discussed that teachers need to try and help students become who they are truly meant to be rather than trying to mold them into the person the teacher […]

Southwest Popular/American Culture Association (SWPACA)

SOUTHWEST POPULAR/AMERICAN CULTURE ASSOCIATION (SWPACA). By Jasmyn Brendle.  In 1979, Michael Schoenecke and Peter Rollins founded the Southwest/Texas Popular/American Culture Association and established the annual meeting, an event which has continued for forty years and has become the conference that it is today: The Southwest Popular/American Culture Association. Its annual conference will be held in […]

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 […]

Scholarship Universe

Adams State University Now Has Access to a Whole Other Universe Lilliana Chavez Starting off the new semester, Adams State University (ASU) has implemented the Scholarship Universe program. This program gives ASU students a medium through which to apply for scholarships. This efficient platform allows students access to a great variety of scholarships. The Scholarship […]

Paws and Relax

“Paws and Relax:” A Hit at ASU Aaron Kinnischtzke One of the hardest parts for students who go off to college is leaving their furry family members. For many of us, our dogs are a major stress outlet and source of happiness because of the unconditional love that they provide us day in and day […]

10th Annual Rio Frio Ice Fest: “A Pirate’s Life”

10th Annual Rio Frio Ice Fest: “A Pirate’s Life”

10 th Annual Rio Frio Ice Fest: “A Pirate’s Life” Jasmyn Brendle This past weekend, the City of Alamosa held its 10 th annual Ice Fest, this year’s theme being “A Pirate’s Life.” With all of the recent snow and still freezing temperatures, the Ice Fest this year included a cross-country skiing luminaria, held at […]

“Brrr” Season

“Brrr” Season Ziere Banner It’s a “brrr” season in Alamosa, CO with temperatures as low as -18 degrees on a daily basis. But that doesn’t stop your Adams State Grizzlies as class continues to proceed, and professors continue on with lectures. Students have taken on this weather in a positive manner even though it’s freezing. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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