By Jonathan Baca, Copy Editor Starting in the spring 2014 semester, the Nursing program will begin implementing the newly created New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium (NMNEC) curriculum, and the switch has left many students who hope to get in to the program with nowhere to go, said Pre […]
By Daniel Montaño ,Managing Editor | Photo courtesy of PALAEO-ELECTRONICA.ORG For the first time ever at CNM, starting in the spring semester, an Earth History course and lab will be offered at Main Campus, Dr. Spencer Lucas, earth and planetary science instructor, said. Lucas will be teaching the […]
By Stacie Armijo, Staff Reporter For students on the fast track to success there is now a course that can help get them there, said English Professor Sue Fox. Starting this semester, Fox began teaching a new dual-English class that combines English 950 and English 1101 into one […]
Editorial, By the Chronicle Editorial Board During times such as this when the semester is ending, students tend to get stressed and freaked out because of finals. No one really ever wants to take tests or have their education measured by a final semester evaluation, but unfortunately that […]
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By Dan Chavez, Staff Reporter | Photos by Daniel Johnson and courtesy of popejoans.com Liesse Jones, Business Administration major, founded her own business, Pope Joans, with a mission to make women feel confident and beautiful, and to challenge harmful standards of beauty, she said. Jones sells handmade lingerie […]