Bullying won’t get Limbaugh’s message across

Clovis Media Inc. The language wasn’t the worst part about Rush Limbaugh’s tirade last week, in which he called a Georgetown University law student a “slut” and a “prostitute” because she wants contraception to be a requirement of health insurance. Limbaugh’s decision to target a private citizen, rather than, say, President Obama who has championed […]

ENMU student starts anti-bullying campaign

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Alisa Boswell: Portales News-Tribune Eastern New Mexico University senior Jarret Lovelace, right, takes a picture Tuesday afternoon of ENMU staff member Sarah Pattison while she holds a “Stop bullying” sign. Lovelace has already collected 43 pictures for his anti-bullying campaign in which he asks students and faculty to use their anti-bullying pictures for their profiles […]

Students learn about effects of bullying

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Liliana Castillo Marshall Junior High School students spent the last nine weeks learning about what to do when they are bullied or when they see someone else get bullied. Assistant Principal Cindy Terry and School Social Worker Lynn Fronk came together to raise awareness about bullying. Terry said bullying was one of the top three […]

Bullying program’s co-creator visiting Clovis

CNJ staff Starvin’ Marvin, co-creator of the Bullying Hurts Program will be in Clovis Friday and Saturday for the J.K. Bull Riding event at the Special Events Center. The Bullying Hurts Program is an initiative introduced in Clovis by Sheriff Matt Murray and has been implemented at numerous local schools. Designed around a concept of […]

Program seeks to help children deal with bullying

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Freshman Academy student Anessa Garcia talks to a group of third and fourth-graders about bullying during sessions Tuesday at Lockwood Elementary School. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer They remember what it was like to be a fourth grader. Kids were cool and adults weren’t. When they had a problem, […]

Education feature: Pro rodeo clown brings bullying program to local students

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Marvin Nash was in Curry County this week working with the sheriff’s department to introduce the program “Bullying Hurts” at rural schools. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Bullying in schools has changed and its impact reaches further than most people think, according to Marvin Nash. Nash, a professional rodeo […]

In God’s eyes, there is no ‘in’ crowd

By Judy Brandon: Local columnist Recently I viewed a documentary entitled “The ‘In’ Crowd and Social Cruelty.” The report addressed the problem of bullying and American children. For some reason, kids seem to dish out abuse to those less accepted. Many adults today were the target of bullying behavior at one time or another during […]