by H. Hay
Story and Photos by Wade Faast Staff Reporter The Library on main campus is staying open until 11PM until Thursday December 1, Varina Kosovich library outreach coordinator said. The Open Way Late (OWL) program provides library resources, tutors, and study spaces to students in the week before finals […]
By Hilary Broman Staff Reporter and Photographer You don’t need to know how to speak Spanish to take the new Latin American Film studies class, said Jean Silesky, class instructor. The Latin American film class will be offered for the first time in the 2017 spring term and […]
Illustration by Daniel Johnson, Story by Hilary Broman Staff Reporter The CNM Chronicle asked CNM students to voice their opinions about the recent election that resulted in Donald Trump being named the 45th president of the United States. Kase Conklin, a psychology major, was rooting for Gary […]
Story and Photos by Hilary Broman Staff Reporter and Photographer More than two hundred students attended the second annual Fall Festival, said Libby Fatta, event coordinator. There was a hot dog social at the Montoya campus festival which drew in quite a bit of students, Fatta said. A […]
Chronicle Interviews Local Author Andrés Armijo on the Significance of Día de los Muertos in Albuquerque.
Heather Hay interviews Guest Writer of the Chronicle CNM Program Manager at the Stemulus Center and local author Andrés Armijo on Oct 31, 2016 [Chronicle] How long have you been at CNM and why did you decide to perform this talk? [Andrés] I’m actually a program manager at […]
Story and photos by Heather Hay Jim Johnson, Montoya campus full time instructor, offered his Death and Dying course students unique opportunities to learn about the death industry, including creating death masks which are scheduled to be unveiled today for all students to come see at a presentation […]