May 9, 2017 by Wade Faast.
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 […]
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 […]
Story by Layli Brown, Staff Reporter. Photos by Wade Faast, Staff Photographer. Sociology major Joseph Cante and biology and Chicano studies major Stefanie Olivas shared their experience growing food as part of Food Justice and as members of the South West Organizing Project (SWOP). They are working on […]
Story by Hilary Broman, Senior Staff Reporter Efforts to reestablish the LGBTQ support group at CNM are currently underway, said group adviser, Mark Danley. The group is intended to be a place where people who were lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered or questioning can safely meet, and provide emotional […]
April 4, 2017. Story and Photos by Hilary Broman Senior Staff Reporter To wrap up the Around the World in 30 Days event Montoya Campus held an international poetry and literature reading event where students volunteered to read poems in different languages or a piece that they had […]
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