Month: March 2012

Left in the dark

By: Carrie Ratkevich, Staff Reporter  Safety walk shines light on problem areas  Despite having low attendance, the Executive Council of Students’ safety walk identified several major concerns regarding the safety and welfare of students, said council President Cesar Silva. Paired with campus secu­rity guards, students walked main campus […]

Marching toward success

By: Scott M. Roberts CNM to offer veterans services  The CNM Veteran’s Administration department is creating a veteran’s representative position in the disability resource center to assist stu­dents who have served in the military, said Ian Scott a vet­eran administration tech III for financial aid and scholar­ship services. […]

Novel slam hosts westside arts expo

By: Stefany Olivas, Staff Reporter The inaugural Arts Jam Expo, hosted by the Novel Slam student club, is a weekly event running through April 11 at the Westside campus, said Humanities, Religion and Philosophy instructor Mark Love-Williamson. The event will provide a sense of community at the Westside […]

Pasties, panties, and tassels OH MY!

By: Stefany Olivas, Staff Reporter Burlesque Noir hosts funderaiser to compete in national event  L ocal neo-burlesque performance troupe, Burlesque Noir, is co-hosting a fundraiser and raffle to raise money in order to attend a competition in Texas next month, said vet­erinary technician graduate and troupe founder “Holly […]

Chess club makes its move

By: Carrie Ratkevich, Staff Reporter The new campus Chess club offers students a chance to have fun and meet new people, said member and Transportation Technology major Kendron Cobb. The meetings usually have had about nine members present, said Cobb, but members are not required to stay the […]