Nursing curriculum specialists recently visited the Luna Community College Simulation Lab to observe the simulation capabilities that nursing students enjoy. Pictured (l-r) are: Susan Olson Smith, incoming director of nursing; Deb Worthy, nursing faculty; Linda Castaldi, nursing consultant from Alabama; Conni Reichert, director of nursing; Nancy Glab, consultant from Iowa; Lorraine Martinez-Title V director and Lucia Gomez Vaughn, simulation lab supervisor.
Luna Community College Nursing Instructor Deb Worthy supervises second level students with mock codes. Pictured (l-r) are: Nate Alaimalo, Kacy Cochran, Salese Nealy, Kim Sena, Terrah Benavidez and Jane Montaño.Read Full Article.
The Luna Community College baseball team got offensive last weekend and took two games from visiting Trinidad State. The Rough Riders won the first and third games of the four-game series 8-4 and 14-1 and lost the second and fourth games 13-12 and 6-4. The Rough Riders are now 3-8 on the year. The 14-1 win was called after five innings.
“We’re improving, minimizing our mistakes,” said LCC Head Coach Antonio Siqueiros. “We’re hitting the ball and pitching well. We’ve minimized the amount of walks we give up, but we’re still making mistakes on the defensive ...
Luna Community College History Instructor Laura Gonzales-Meredith says she loves to teach. Part of teaching is lecturing and Gonzales-Meredith presented to a crowd of well over 300, recently. It took place at the New Mexico Museum of Art as part of the Las Golondrinas Winter Lecture Series. Gonzales-Meredith’s topic was “Caves, Cribs & Cathouses: How Frontier Prostitution Helped Build the West.”
“She was professional, and presented a well-documented, fascinating and sympathetic but unsentimental glimpse of this element of frontier life,” said Acequia Madre House Director Maria Huffman. “Her prepared remarks were articulate and interesting, but her unrehearsed answers to questions ...
Luna Community College auto collision student Kimberly Padilla was one of over 100 people that attended Friday’s Auto Collision open house and ribbon cutting ceremony.
“I’m thankful for everything Luna Community College has done for us,” said Padilla, a native of Mora. “I think this new facility is awesome and it’s going to be nice to have our own work space. Luna Community College is a good school; we’re improving a lot.”
Padilla said she wants to specialize in airbrushing and pin striping.
“I want to make a career out of auto collision and make it ...
Luna Community College student Joseph Esquibel has always had a knack for drawing. He says as a young elementary student, he would find himself doodling. His works varied from landscapes to cartoons to cars.
“When I was younger, my grandfather had a lot of nice paintings in his home and I always admired the work and detail that went into them,” said Esquibel, who is majoring in auto body collision. “I’ve always been drawn to art.”
Esquibel will have four religious pieces of art displayed from Sunday, Feb. 22 through Monday, April 6 at the Northern New Mexico Devotional ...
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