Former Eastern New Mexico University president dies

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom Newspapers Warren Armstrong, Eastern New Mexico University’s sixth president, died Friday morning at his home in Oklahoma. Armstrong was the president at ENMU from 1975 through 1983, at which point he accepted the same position at Wichita State University in Wichita, Kan. “We’ve had seven and a half very, very good […]

Berry, Fayola

Fayola Berry Services: Have been held. Fayola I. Berry, 59, of Garden City, Kan., died Friday, July 30, 2004, at Via Christi regional Medical Center-St. Francis Campus, in Wichita, Kan. Fayola I. Berry, 59, of Garden City, Kan., died Friday, July 30, 2004, at Via Christi regional Medical Center-St. Francis Campus, in Wichita, Kan. She […]

Time, patience, earns degree

By David Arkin: CNJ Correspondent Lenna Rolan doesn’t think it’s a real good idea for her to pursue a master’s degree. She’s just not sure when she finish it. You have to understand, it took her 26 semesters to get her undergraduate degree. It’s not that Rolan had trouble in class — in fact she […]

CIA anonymity at presentation a faulty premise

Our newspaper was in an unusual position last week when national media spotlighted our run-in with the Central Intelligence Agency. In reporting the news, we became the news by refusing a CIA request to withhold an officer’s name. He had planned to speak Wednesday and Thursday at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales on “the […]

ENMU students raise nearly $300 for accident victim’s family

By Abby Dunn: CNJ correspondent Eastern New Mexico University students raised nearly $300 on Friday for the family of a student who was killed in a car accident last month. More than 100 students from ENMU made the drive to Mainline Bowl in Clovis for a bowling tournament sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, a campus […]

ENMU finds middle ground in crime report

By David Arkin: CNJ Correspondent Eastern New Mexico University ranks in the middle of the pack among the state’s four-year colleges and universities for major crimes, liquor and drug law violations. Universities and colleges submit reported crimes to the U.S. Department of Education under a campus security and crime law. The Albuquerque Journal compiled the […]

Education Briefs 3/18

CCC nurse students score 100 percent Graduate nursing students at Clovis Community College have achieved a 100 percent pass rate on the National Council Licensure Examination for the second consecutive year, school officials said. The CCC nursing program is one of only three in New Mexico to have reached this milestone, a college news release […]

Education Calendar 3/11

Today • Gattis Junior High band elementary tour. • ENMU to present “My Fair Lady” at 7:30 p.m. • Williamson Evening Lectureship Panel, 7 p.m. at Buchanan Hall, music building at the ENMU campus. Friday • Marshal Junior High chorale elementary tour. • ENMU to present “My Fair Lady” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday • ENMU […]

Education Digest 2/19

WTAMU holding Discover WT day CANYON, Texas — West Texas A&M University’s Office of Admissions invites all high school juniors and seniors and their families to attend Discover WT at 10 a.m. March 5 in the Hazel Kelley Wilson Alumni Banquet Facility. Students will have the opportunity to tour the campus, learn about different programs […]

Comin’ home to CCC

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The movie “The Hulk” plays during Movie Day as part of the Clovis Community College 2003 Homecoming activities Tuesday at the Commons. At left, working the table, are students Carisima Garcia, Gina Martinez, and Tara Winslow. CNJ photo: Eric Kluth By Darrell Todd Maurina Clovis Community College has no athletic team. That won’t prevent homecoming […]