Month: November 2012

Holiday events

By: Jonathan Baca, Staff Reporter It’s the most wonderful time of year again, and Albuquerque is buzzing with things to do. Here is a list of things the Chronicle recommends. River of Lights What: The Albuquerque Botanic Gardens becomes a wonderland of light sculptures this time of year. […]

Holiday helpers

By: Adriana Avila, Staff Reporter How to help this holiday season In Albuquerque there are an estimated 17,000 homeless people and the majority are children. It is easy to forget these num­bers or someone sitting on a street corner because everyone has his own struggles to deal with. […]

Sun Cat Chit-Chat

By: Shaya Rogers, Staff Reporter | Photos By: Stefany Olivas, Managing Editor What is your plan for the zombie apocolypse? Andre Lynch, Radiology “Just be happy and be natural because I know I’m gonna be saved by God. I have a really good outlook on it.” Carol Washburn, […]

Part-time instructors deserve better

Editorial By: The CNM Chronicle Editorial Board Since the Administration and Governing Board see fit to pay part-time instructors a pathetic annual wage, they should at least have the decency to pro­vide these dedicated instructors with a decent work space. In the article “Deplorable portable: Part-time instructors unhappy […]