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Travel This Summer: Places to Visit in the U.S.

Maya Ramirez The Paw Print Summer is rapidly approaching, which makes it a perfect opportunity to travel and road trip with friends. There is a lot the United States has to offer, and many times people do not take the opportunity to visit these things. Summer is the perfect time to visit a place that […]

Apologizing to Elephants

Linh Hoang The Paw Print Elephants show a depth of emotion, kindness, and love for one another. Each elephant has a story, and we humans are a part of that story. They are the largest land animal to walk the earth today. Everything about them is magical. Each family is led by the oldest female, […]

Supreme Court to Hear Marriage Equality Case

Abbie Stillman The Paw Print Human Rights have been an argument for decades as far as same-sex marriages are concerned. Many hold the belief that it is sin or that it is not natural. “They are choosing to love someone of the same sex. They chose their lifestyle.” I almost want to laugh in their […]

ASU Student Travels to El Salvador for Spring Break

Adrian Reyes The Paw Print ASU student Adrian Reyes participated in alternative spring break to El Salvador with a Newman group from Colorado Mesa University. He reflects, “I can’t find the right words to describe how powerful that experience was. When someone asks me about my trip, I am so excited to talk about my […]

What We Are Learning Through Baltimore

Collin Brooks The Paw Print Riots (or protests if you prefer) have broken out all over Baltimore. The city is on fire. These riots and protests find their genesis in the bizarre death of Eddie Gray. According to reports, Eddie Gray fled from police unprovoked after being encountered by the officers. After being arrested and […]

Why There Should be More Men in Tights

Rebecca Smith The Paw Print In 2014, Sean Lee of the Dallas Cowboys tore his ACL during a game. He was expected to miss the entire season due to his injury. This is just one example of players of any sport missing out on several games or even entire seasons because of an injury. However, […]

Anxiety, Panic Attacks and How to Overcome Them

Abbie Stillman The Paw Print Calm down, you can do this. You have been practicing for weeks, you know this information like the back of your hand, and you’ve got this! Oh man, I can’t do this, I can’t breathe! I have to get out!! Have you ever experienced feelings like these? You have been […]

Women’s LAX To Host Ovarian Cancer Benefit Game

The Adams State Women’s Lacrosse team is set to host an Ovarian Cancer Benefit game on Friday, April 10. The game will be a special night game slated to begin at 7 p.m. in Rex Stadium at Adams State. All Adams State students can get into the game for free and general admission for all […]

Powell’s Faculty Recital is April 18

ALAMOSA (April 8) – The Adams State University Faculty Clarinet Recital by Alyssa Powell will begin at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, April 18, in Leon Memorial Hall. Please note the time change of this event. Powell, adjunct clarinet and saxophone instructor, recently completed her master’s degree in music from the University of New Mexico. She will […]

2015 Law Enforcement Torch Run Will Benefit Special Olympics

ALAMOSA (April 6) – Get out from behind your desk and get fit. The Adams State University Police Department, Alamosa Police Department, Alamosa Sheriff’s Department, and the Colorado State Patrol organized a 2015 Law Enforcement Torch Run to benefit Special Olympics Colorado. The run begins at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 2, in front of Rex […]

Stick to Your “Healthy Living” Resolution!

Tessie Pikula  The Paw Print For many of us, every year there comes a time when one decides that he or she is going to start “living healthier.” Maybe it’s a New Year’s Resolution, something to promise during the Lenten season, or just a reminder of the summer season coming. It’s an easy thing to […]

On-Campus Presentation Defending Christianity

Collin Brooks The Paw Print It’s Easter season, and like most of the religious holidays in this country, the true meaning of Easter is lost and it is covered in the moss that is bizarre folktale and pagan roots. What exactly does it mean to celebrate Easter? Or perhaps the better question is what exactly […]

Alternative Remedies for Depression

Abbie Stillman The Paw Print Do you or anyone you know suffer from any form of depression? Most might suggest that because depression is a chemical imbalance in your brain, that maybe anti-depressants are your best bet. Funny thing about those anti-depressants, they actually do more harm than good. Sure, they work for many, yet […]

Grizzlies Softball Splits Series Against Metro State

Grizzlies Softball took the field against Metro State this weekends for their first home series of the year. After a ruff series of away games the Grizzlies were out to break their five game losing streak coming out strong and sweeping Metro in both games on Saturday. The grizzlies won the first game of the […]

Men’s Lacrosse Falls to Mavericks In Season Opener

Men’s lacrosse kicked off their season Friday afternoon against the Colorado Mesa Mavericks. The Grizzlies were led in scoring by seniors John Beedle and Danny Mays, each scoring four and three goals respectively.  The Mavericks took the lead early on in the game. The first quarter was a one goal game until the Mavericks scored […]

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