Education feature: Wayland Baptist University graduate students increase

By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer Graduate students are flocking to Wayland Baptist University in Clovis because of its location and professors. This year, 100 more students have come to Wayland to obtain their master’s degrees than last year, according to Wayland officials. Currently, graduate classes average 15-25 students. Last year, the same classes averaged […]

Sept. 11, 2008 Education Digest

CHS Symphony Band selected as Honor Band The Clovis High School Symphony Band was selected by audition as the New Mexico Music Educators Association Honor Band for the sixth year in a row. The decision was announced at the NMMEA state summer meeting the weekend of July 18. The symphony band, directed by Bill Alfred, […]

Labeling system could be useful

By Bob Huber: Local Columnist Here at the Lazy Syntax Library we’re perusing a couple columns we wrote about terms used to describe groups of animals — you know, like a pride of lions and a gaggle of geese. The seed for this research was the behavior of news reporters in Washington, D.C., a few […]

Weddings 8/13

Rice-Anderson Susan Rice and David Anderson were joined in marriage July 1 at St. Nicholas Antiochian Orthodox Church in Urbana, Ill. The bride is the daughter of June Rice of Munroe Falls, Ohio, and the late Alan Munroe. She is a graduate of Stow High School in Ohio. The bridegroom is the son of Wayne […]

Professors silencing pro-American ideas

By Mona Charen While Harvard’s President Larry Summers turns slowly on a spit over a faculty campfire for engaging in thoughtcrime, another Ivy League leader is dipping his toe into controversial waters. Columbia President Lee Bollinger, speaking at a New York Bar Association meeting, declared that university professors have responsibilities in addition to rights. The […]

College education taking leftist turn

By Walter Williams College costs have risen dramatically over the last several decades. In many cases, it’s difficult to find a college where per-student costs are under $20,000 each year. Most often, tuition doesn’t measure the true cost because taxpayer and donor subsidies pay part of the expenses. While costs are rising, education quality is […]

ENMU professor garners state honor

Freedom Newspapers An Eastern New Mexico University marketing professor known for his laid-back approach is the school’s fourth honoree as New Mexico Professor of the Year in the last nine years. Dale Davis, a professor at ENMU since 1982, attended an awards luncheon Thursday in Washington, D.C., in honor of state winners, as well as […]