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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The Luna Community College Board of Trustees unanimously approved to name
the administration building after Maria H. Paiz in Wednesday’s regular
Paiz, who was the executive office manager for the president’s
office, passed away in April. Paiz was known to be professional,
organized, loyal, articulate and dedicated to the students and staff at
Luna Community College.
“She had the highest level of perfection in whatever she did,”
said LCC President Dr. Pete Campos. “She was a go-to person. She was
dedicated to Luna Community College. She is someone who will live in our
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Luna Community College President Dr. Pete Campos talks to a group of people
in Friday’s School of Business Community Advisory Board Meeting.
Pictured are wheelchairs that are available at the Luna Community College
Veteran Resource Center/ACCESS Center. The LCC Veterans Resource Center is
an area where veterans and their dependents can receive information
regarding their educational opportunities while being provided with
resources and support that will assist them in their transition into
college life. For more information, please call LCC ACCESS Center Director
Renee Maestas at 505/454-5355 or LCC Student Services Advisor Janice
Medrano at 505/454-2546.
Luna Community College students Jose and Davi Mondragon were recognized by
the LCC Board of Trustees for their participation in the Higher Learning
Commission Accreditation visit recently. The duo were student ambassadors.
Pictured (l-r) are: Kenneth Medina, Jose Mondragon, Dan Romero, Davi
Mondragon, Abelino Montoya Jr., Ernie Chavez and Frankie Tenorio.
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 ...
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