Category Archives: vol. 22

About Theatre and Stuff: Beyond the Classroom

Story by Layli Brown, Staff Reporter. CNM Instructor Jason Witter, Artist/Director/Writer/Actor/ Jason Witter teaches Theatre appreciation and Acting 1, “I love the academic part of art, and I also love to feel that I’m participating in what I’m teaching outside the classroom” said Witter, CNM instructor since 2008. What CNM has to offer, is arguably just as strong as a

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Albuquerque Celebrates LGBTIQ+ Pride

By Hilary Broman Staff Reporter Photos By Hilary Broman and Wade Faast Thousands of people gathered along the sides of Lomas Boulevard on Saturday morning to celebrate the 41st annual Pride Parade. The parade was a celebration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer community. Many local businesses participated in the parade such as; Sandia National Laboratories and

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2017 Guide to Pride

Story and Photo by Hilary Broman Senior Staff Reporter June 6, 2017 June is Pride Month. Cities from all over the world celebrate the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and queer community. Pride also serves as a safe space for the LGBTIQ+ community to come together to raise awareness of issues concerning the community such as; inequality, discrimination and bigotry.

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Fake News and College Students

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 Library’s Reference Specialist Scott Reece said he had noticed fake news mentioned

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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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