By Hailey Tolleson, Staff Reporter The spring semester of 2018 is embracing the future by welcoming a new English class. Digital Storytelling is an English class which will teach students how to utilize technology to get audiences engaged in a story, said the instructor of English 2096, Brain […]
By Nasia Jones, Staff Reporter CNM is currently in the visioning process of building a commercial scale brewery, said full time Brewing and Beverage management instructor, Nick Jones. Students will be brewing batches between 50 and 150 gallons using the same equipment that would be used in a […]
By Hilary Broman Senior Staff Reporter As we approach the halfway point of the fall term here at CNM, Albuquerque is approaching Balloon Fiesta season. With the 46th annual Balloon Fiesta right around the corner students might be encountering extra stress. While it is an exciting […]
May 9, 2017 by Wade Faast.
Story and photo illustrations by Heather Hay, staff reporter As the issue of fake news makes headlines, CNM has been providing students with the tools to debunk fake news, and now has an online guide on how to navigate information, according to instructors and library specialists. West Side […]
Feature story and photos by Heather Hay International Women’s Month may be winding down, but CNM’s lecture on Women in Nontraditional Jobs performed at the Montoya campus has provided students with lots of concrete advice for women entering the work force. Here are nine pieces of advice from […]
March 27, 2017. By Hilary Broman Staff Reporter As part of the Around the World in 30 Days event a Flamenco dance performance and workshop was held in the Coal Avenue Theatre on Main Campus. The workshop was taught by CNM instructor Bridgit Lujan and live music was […]