Month: May 2014

Mentors making a difference

By Rene Thompson, Editor in Chief New students anticipated to come in for the fall semester will have an added advantage to their educations and will get a leg up more so than other new students of the past, and will be that incoming students will get more […]

Starting students off right

By The Chronicle Editorial Board Starting anything new can be a struggle, so it is beneficial and necessary to have orientation programs that help students to start off their educations right here at CNM. Community colleges have not always been effective in fostering student success, but early intervention […]

Yarn bombing fiber graffiti movement

By Angela Le Quieu, Guest Reporter They attack benches, trees, or an occasional wall; it’s called yarn bombing and it is a popular form of installation art that has been spreading all over the country and Albuquerque neighborhoods, said art instructor Julianne Harvey-Newlands. Not only can this so […]

Aviation students want their teacher back

By Rene Thompson, Editor in Chief | Photo by Rene Thompson The day after spring break, students in the Aviation Department wondered where their instructor Jason Manzanares had gone to, especially when a substitute teacher came in and told them that he would be taking over their class […]