Archive for December, 2010
By Johnathan Thompson, Reporter
Jan. 7, 2011 will be CNCC President John Boyd’s last day on campus.
“The reasons are strictly personal,” Boyd explained. “My wife, Betty, has a need to be closer to her mother.” Boyd says no college-related reasons are factors in the move.
President Boyd is moving to Spruce Pine, N.C, where he will be president at the much larger Mayland Community College. › Continue reading
By Peter Targos, Reporter
Colorado Northwestern is in the process of renewing its accreditation. An important part of the renewal process is improving its vision and mission statement.
CNCC says it has made technology a priority by including it in the revised mission statement.While the school notes that it does need improvement in technology, it also states that the IT professionals on campus have made improvements. › Continue reading
Compiled by CNCC ORP
While many students were at home, eating turkey, and spending time with family during Thanksgiving break, a small group of adventure-seekers from CNCC went on a mountain biking trip to Arizona and Utah. › Continue reading
By Phyllis Bingham
This semester, CNCC-Craig organized a Learning Adventure trip to New York City. This is the perspective of one student who attended, Phyllis Bingham.
This was going to be a very special trip in many ways. My daughter, Suz and two granddaughters, Teresa and Kelley, were going along. How wonderful.
It was Nov. 11, 2010. The plane had landed at Newark, N.J.; our watches had been set up two hours, and we got off the plane. › Continue reading
By Christina Anderson, Reporter
The Horsemanship Program at CNCC has a new direction. Under the leadership and vision of Program Director Jay Clements, this program of study will empower the equine students by giving them the skills and knowledge they need to become successful in the industry. › Continue reading
By Meagan Lish, Editor in chief
Many times, students struggle in school and they are not sure why. The answer is possibly that they are trying to learn the material in the “wrong” way for them. Every person has different learning styles that he or she is stronger in.
There are four main learning techniques: Visual, Aural, Kinesthetic, and Reading/Writing. Knowing what kind of learner you are helps you with studying, which in turn helps you do better on your exams and finals! › Continue reading
By Ayzha Haili, Art Editor
So far, the basketball season for both the men’s and ladies’ Spartan teams is looking good. The men, with a record of 6-7, and the ladies, with a record of 5-8, have already increased their wins from last year, which saw a men’s record of 1-30 a ladies’ record of 3-28. › Continue reading
By Michelle Einzinger, Reporter
Year in school: Freshman
Hometown: Lakewood, Colo.
Here to study: Generals
What is your position: Forward for basketball
What got you started in your sport: Father › Continue reading
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