Category Archives: Short Stories

Jimmy Santiago Baca to Read at Leonardo Release Party

By Hilary Broman Senior Staff Reporter As part of the CNM library authors event and the Leonardo release party, award winning poet, Jimmy Santiago Baca is scheduled to share his work. The event will be held on April 19th from 6-8pm at the main campus library. Many of our students read his work in their English, composition, and poetry courses, said

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Locked out: Another inconvenience for the pedestrian

This story was submitted by a CNM student expressing their opinions on the situation with the gates by oosevelt Park, and those of the individual writer and do not necessarily represent the beliefs of The CNM Chronicle or its staff. If you want to submit a short story, poem, cartoon, or other works, send them to djohnsonchronicle@gmail.com – Subject to editing

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Letter to the editor; Mid-Eastern Foreign Policy Flaws

This letter was submitted by a CNM student expressing their opinions on foriegn policy in the Middle East are those of the individual writer and do not necessarily represent the beliefs of the CNM Chronicle or its staff. Dear Editor: I am sure we all are concerned about the crises that are occurring in the Ukraine and in the Middle East

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Monsanto to run for President in 2020

This article is satirical in nature, and is in no way factual, but is for humouristic purposes only. By Carrie Ratkevich , Guest writer In a press conference Tuesday, Monsanto announced that it would seek the presiden­tial nomination for the Democratic Party in 2020, said Sherry Sanderson, public relations representative. The decision came after last month’s court decision, McCutcheon Et Al.

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