V.20 No.35 | 9/1/2011
An academic mix
Autumn is nigh, and with the turning season come books and classrooms and new ideas and pocket protectors. Much music on the topic of school has to do with the rebellion against it, lust, alienation or nostalgia. Linked below is a seasonal mix—most of the rock and roll or punk persuasion (sorry, no Van Halen)—to put you in the mood for education, be your participation willing or begrudging. Listen/watch here.
V.20 No.26 | 6/30/2011
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com
Lost and Found
The children of Cuidando los Niños
V.20 No.19 | 5/12/2011
Courtesy of Albuquerque Pride President Jesse Lopez
Student writes about LGBT rights in Clovis
Steven De Los Santos turned in an application for the club in late February, according to Walker’s story. The Alliance was approved, but then Principal Wayne Marshall changed his mind and decided to send the request along to the superintendent.
The Clovis School Board voted to ban all non-curricular clubs from meeting on campus during school hours or using school resources to spread the word about meetings.
The American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico got involved and demanded the Gay-Straight Alliance be approved—even as a non-curricular club. Albuquerque Pride, the state’s largest LGBT organization, drove down to Clovis to hold a demonstration. Last week, the Alliance was given the green light.
Student editor Walker’s article also addresses other LGBT concerns in Clovis.
V.20 No.17 |
The Daily Word 4.29.11
Morocco cafe bomb, dolphin podcast, Superman's citizenship
Terrorist attack shreds a Morrocan cafe.
Meteorologists showed live footage of tornadoes approaching.
New regulations aimed at food marketing to help reign in childhood obesity.
Del Norte high school football coach popped for second DWI.
Nearly half a million dollars misused around an NHCC fresco causes scandal.
Hilarious minor differences illuminated by The Oatmeal.
Some researchers say dolphins are too smart for captivity.
Kia Motors recalls cars whose gas tanks fall off.
Malfunction delays space shuttle launch.
National Institutes of Health get favorable ruling on stem cell research.
V.20 No.4 |
Two incumbents ousted in yesterday's election
In District 1, challenger Analee Maestas beat Dolores Griego by 502 votes.
In District 2, Katherine Korte won, beating runner-up Peter Sanchez by 189 votes. Incumbent Robert Lucero didn't run.
In District 4, Board President Marty Esquivel retained his seat, beating runner-up Cheryl Ann Harris by 418 votes.
Most CNM races were uncontested, but in District 4, newcomer Mark Armijo beat Carmie Lynn Toulouse, who's been on the board since 1999. He won by 171 votes.
Read up on Armijo here.
The CNM bond passed with a good margin.
The APS and CNM election is today
Regardless of the snow, the APS and CNM election is happening today from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Find your polling location here or call the Bernalillo County Clerk's election line at 468-1291. Read about the candidates and the CNM bond here.
APS and CNM are having snow days.
V.20 No.4 | 1/27/2011
The Most Important Election You Don’t Know Anything About ... Yet
APS and CNM leadership hinges on your vote Tuesday, Feb. 1
Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography at Barnes & Noble, Uptown
Antonia Cove at Adobe Bar at the Historic Taos Inn
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