By Daniel Montaño, Senior Reporter For the first time ever, the school of Communications, Humanities and Social sciences is offering a free meet and greet with instructors, Elizabeth Bennett, CHSS instructor, said. Students can come to the event in the Richard Barr boardroom at the east end of […]
Nick Stern, Staff Reporter | Photos by Nick Stern and Rene Thompson The Westside campus is favored for its environment, not only among students, but among various wildlife as well, Instructional Technician, Melanie Archuleta-Hallquist said. There are many roadrunners which, in the spring, can be seen building their […]
Editorial Cartoon Courtesy of James Griego
By CNM Chronicle Editorial Board For students attending community college, sometimes student-life can feel more college and less community. The Communication, Humanities, and Social Science department is trying to change that by bringing the students and faculty together for a day of socializing, as mentioned in the article […]
By Martin Montoya|Staff Reporter What is your style?
By Rene Thompson, Editor-in-Chief Art Instructor Lynn Johnson’s Drawing II class participated in the art contest titled, ‘I Madonnari (named after an Italian street painting festival), which began on September 17 and is coming to an end this week. Participants drew chalk or charcoal based drawings on sidewalks on […]
By Jonathan Baca, Staff Reporter Local government can affect our lives in profound ways, and with Albuquerque’s municipal elections coming up, the Chronicle has gathered research about the basics of our city government’s inner workings to help students understand how local politics works, and how important it can be […]