Tag: Issue 9 Volume 18

Pro-life vs. Pro-life

By: Daniel Johnson, Staff Reporter | Photo By: Stefany Olivas, Managing Editor Student Believes Pro-Life Group Goes Too Far The pro-life group that protested near the Student Services Center on Main campus recently went too far, said Cosmetology major Connie Gashler. The pro-life Christian organization, Survivors of the […]

Joint Account

By: Jonathan Baca, Staff Reporter Students Complain of Bankers on Campus Political Science major Bob Bilodeau said he thinks that CNM may be giving Wells Fargo Bank special privileges on campus. Representatives for the bank were on campus during the fall 2012 disbursement day on Sept. 21 offer­ing […]

The Deal With Drugs: Marijuana

By: Christopher Pope, Staff Reporter Marijuana can have potentially harmful psycho­logical side effects, but it can also yield short-term benefits, said part-time CHSS instruc­tor Karren Johnson. Marijuana also contains THC which turns into tar when smoked and impairs lung func­tion. Cannabis can have many positive psychological effects, such […]

Reviewing the Applicants

By: Christopher Pope, Staff Reporter | Staff Reporter A Non-Definitive Look at the Presidential Candidates With Nov. 6 just around the corner, the CNM Chronicle has provided a short look at the presidential candidates who will be on the New Mexico ballot. All answers for President Barack Obama […]

Cooking in Season: Winter Sqash

By: Steve “Mo” Fye, Copy Chief | Photos By: Steve “Mo” Fye, Copy Chief Late summer and early fall bring a stunning variety of squashes for the creative cook. Many grocery stores will only have the ubiqui­tous pumpkins, but farm­ers markets and specialty produce stores will have dozens […]