Category Archives: Student News

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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CNM Literary Journal Seeking Editors, Writers, and Artists

Previous issues of the “Leonardo Literary Magazine.”

By Hilary Broman, Staff Reporter Leonardo, CNM’s fine arts and literary journal, is seeking editors to work on the 2017 issue as well as pieces of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, art and photography for submission, said Carly Harschlip, CNM instructor and Leonardo faculty advisor. Becoming an editor for Leonardo provides students who are interested in pursuing a career in editing and publication

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CNM Veterans!

CNM VETERANS! Improve your ACCUPLACECER Test Scores Refresh your Math and English Skills Review the Skills for Re-testing Veterans Upward Bound Program Central New Mexico Community College Call (505) 224 – 4000 ext. 20282 http://www.nmvub.com/   You may qualify for FREE services & stipends Veterans must have at least 180 days Active Service National Guard/Reservists called to active duty for

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Student Council Elections

By Hilary Broman, Staff Reporter Elections for nine open positions in the Executive Council of students will be held on Friday September 30, said Tisha Hudetz ECOS president. The open positions include: budget officer, administrative officer, satellite representatives for Montoya, South Valley and other campuses and 4 council members, Hudetz said. Students interested in joining the council can fill out an

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Lights, Camera, Degree

    By Wade Faast, Staff Reporter CNM now offers an associate’s degree in film technology for working in the TV and movie industries, CNM film instructor Jim Graebner said. The new Film Technology AAS degree is designed to get students ready for gainful employment in the motion picture industry, he said. After graduation students will be ready to work in

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10 Ways to Conquer Stress

  By Hilary Broman, Staff Reporter Achievement coaches are actively working with students to help them reduce their stress levels and help them to see that there are healthy ways to manage stress, said Nicole Purkeypile, a CNM achievement coach. The following is a list that was presented by CNM achievement coaches Nicole Purkeypile and Paul Fornell, and Engineering major Kaily

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