By Hilary Broman Senior Staff Reporter It’s no secret that Smith Brasher Hall has reopened after its $24-million renovation, but many students might still have unanswered questions about the new building. CNM Chronicle’s, Hilary Broman, sat down with Donna Diller, Dean of School of Business and Information Technology, […]
By Hilary Broman Senior Staff Reporter CNM offers many different clubs. However, with a student body of over 25,000 students it can be difficult to stay in the loop. Not all of the clubs that are available at CNM are listed on the CNM website so we at […]
By Hilary Broman, Senior Staff Reporter Nursing major, Marcela, believes that students, especially women, should be able to carry pepper spray on campus when they have classes late at night, she said. However, pepper spray is considered a banned weapon on CNM campuses, said Louis Medina, Deputy Chief […]
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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 […]
CNM EMS program students (left to right) Jasmine Garza, Brandon Vasco and Robbie Vigil work on a human simulation manikin in the back of a moving ambulance.
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 […]