Pasties, panties, and tassels OH MY!

By: Stefany Olivas, Staff Reporter Burlesque Noir hosts funderaiser to compete in national event  L ocal neo-burlesque performance troupe, Burlesque Noir, is co-hosting a fundraiser and raffle to raise money in order to attend a competition in Texas next month, said vet­erinary technician graduate and troupe founder “Holly […]

Chess club makes its move

By: Carrie Ratkevich, Staff Reporter The new campus Chess club offers students a chance to have fun and meet new people, said member and Transportation Technology major Kendron Cobb. The meetings usually have had about nine members present, said Cobb, but members are not required to stay the […]

Women on wheels

By: Scott M. Roberts, Staff Reporter Student derby members are on a roll Once a week, several CNM students meet at the Heights Community Center to hone their speed skating skills and toughen up for the Duke City Derby. Exercise Science major and Derby Public Relations Representative Vanessa […]

Bargain battle

By: Carrie Rakevich, Staff Reporter Employee contract negotiations stalled The CNM Employees Union and the administration have come to an impasse in negotiations over the wording of a contract clause, said former union president Donna Swanson. The clause would allow union member salaries to be cut if nonunion employees have to take a pay cut because […]

(from left clockwise) Volunteers Kathy Meidel, Clarissa Skets, Brendan Donahoe, and Alissia McFee make bones to be exhibited in front of the nation’s capitol to protest genocide around the world.

Making bones to fight breaking bones

 By: Stefany Olivas, Staff Reporter Creative Writing major and UNM student Travis Hanson is copresident of the UNM chapter of One Million Bones, a collaborative art project to raise awareness for genocide. The project is part of a larger nationwide initiative to raise awareness about genocide around the […]