Story and Photo by featured contributer Edward Oelcher Blowing up ants, drawing, and not attending school was a normal childhood for CNM student Jackie Tafoya, unlike today a chemistry major hoping to graduate summer of 2017. Not having a formal education and attending CNM isn’t as strange it […]
When Salgado decided to join the surveying program it had already been two weeks into the semester and Joe Schaub went above and beyond to help her get into the program, she said.
Image by Heather Hay, Story by Edward Oelcher Staff Reporter Engineering major Shiela Hollow Horn said she wants all students to say no to the Dakota Access Pipeline (also known as DAPL) from polluting natural clean water. Hollow Horn is directly involved in protesting DAPL locally in Albuquerque […]
By Hilary Broman, Photo credit Hilary Broman Staff Reporter April Vezie, a welding major was one of fourteen CNM students who competed in the National SkillsUSA competition and out of those fourteen she was the only female, she said. Despite her hearing loss, Vezie has acquired a talent […]
By Whitney Browneller, Staff Reporter Nicole Tsosie is a Fine Arts and Digital Media major at CNM who was recently featured in the exhibition “Codes” at the Freestyle gallery on Central Avenue. She primarily works with digital media to create her artwork but plans to keep working with different […]
By Guadalupe Santos-Sanchez, Managing Editor Vincent LaVolpa is the owner of Green Joe Coffee Truck and a CNM alumni who has led an eventful life and is soon to add author to his list of accomplishments that started when he first enrolled at CNM. “My story began at CNM […]
By Enos Herkshan, Staff Reporter Eighteen year old English major, Chantelle Sanchez, shares her passion for poetry with Main Campus inhabitants whether they like it or not. Sanchez said that her love for poetry came when she was in the seventh grade. Ever since, writing has been a major […]