If Luna Community College was looking for more unity in student entities, it got it as five student organizations are getting involved in a haunted house fundraiser that is set for Friday Oct. 31 and Saturday, Nov. 1. The LCC Haunted House Fundraiser will take place from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. on both days. The event will be held at the Luna Community College Humanities Building.
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GO Bond C: Funding Guadalupe-Colfax County/New Mexico’s future
This fall, voters in our area counties will go to the polls to cast their
ballots for everything from who will be our governor to who will represent
our community in the state legislature. One of the most important
questions facing our community this year will be the statewide higher
education bond referendum —General Obligation Bond C.
This year’s General Obligation Bond C (also referred to as GO Bond C) will
ask voters to set aside more than $139 million for nearly every public
college and university in the ...
Tell us about your professional experience and educational background.
A local high school graduate, I am a proud product of the West
Las Vegas School System and graduated from the “We Shine” class of 1979. In
1985, I completed my undergraduate degree in behavioral sciences, focusing
on a major in sociology/anthropology and a minor in psychology at New
Mexico Highlands University. As a graduate student in public affairs:
social and organizational processes (sociology), I served as a graduate
teaching assistant, leading discussion sections for the intro to sociology
courses and conducting research.
Meanwhile, I also worked part-time as a ...Read Full Article.
The Alliance for Minority Participation Program (AMP) hosts a conference
every year for students from around the state who are attending high
school, community college or a university. During the summer, students
from universities and community colleges apply for internship research
positions at New Mexico State University. Luna Community College had
students doing research during the summer— Daniel Hernandez, Mercediz
Bileen, Nathanael Roybal along with former student Rachel Ridgeway who is
presenting for her second year. The students (pictured in top photo) who
attended the conference this year from LCC are: Jose Mondragon
(pre-engineering); Davi Mondragon (pre-engineering); Bryan Laramie
On Oct.17, over 100 Accelerate program students from six
participating institutions of higher education in Northern New Mexico, will
attend an event to cultivate strategies for creating success in college,
career and life. The event, hosted by Luna Community College and held at
the historic Plaza Hotel, is entitled, “Make M.O.R.E. Happen!”.
The Accelerate Technical Training and Job Placement Program
is a project of the Regional Development Corporation in collaboration with
Santa Fe Community College, Luna Community College, New Mexico Highlands
University, Northern New Mexico College, the University of New Mexico -
Taos, and the University of ...
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