Month: July 2014

Work-study qualified

By Daniel Johnson, Investigative Reporter Students can go through the MyCNM website and access the financial aid page to locate the information needed to start the process of a loan, federal or state funded aid, or to qualify for work-study posi­tions within the school, said Lee Carrillo, Senior […]

(Summer) break the monotony

By the Chronicle Editorial Board Before students get to binge watching on Netflix or catching up on video games and napping, students should take the time to get out in the world and seek something beyond their computer screens this coming break. There really is so much one […]

Financial aid, a three-ring circus

By the Chronicle Editorial Board Getting through the FASFA process and attempting to get Financial Aid can be somewhat of a circus for some students. What students have to understand is that the Financial Aid Department deals with close to 30,000 students, and many are having the same […]

Enter the Dojo’s Master Ken

By Rene Thompson, Editor-in-Chief   The web based show Enter the Dojo has brought many viral videos to social network feeds, including ‘100 Ways to Attack the Groin,’ or ‘How to Block a Bitch Slap,’ but there is actually an entire series of Enter the Dojo in its third […]