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Moon Veiwing on the IAIA Nature Trails

One night there was a beautiful full moon rising, so my friends and I decided to take a break from the collective stress of our homework and head out to the IAIA. nature trails and to make an occasion of enjoying the ginourmous new moon. We made several pots of green tea and packed up...
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Juan Gonzalez Discusses Race and Media

On Oct. 25, 2011, at Santa Fe’s Armory for The Arts, Juan Gonzalez, co-host of Democracy Now, spoke about his latest book, which he co-wrote with Joseph Torres, a reporter from Free Form Press. The book, News for All the People: The Epic Story of Race and the American Media covers the media system in...
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Lindsay Lohan: Modern Day Martyr?

In the Iliad, the princess Cassandra of Troy was cursed with the power of foresight. She was put away by her father because she warned her people of the impending war that would become the mass murdering of her people. During the end of the Trojan War, she was raped by Ajax the Lesser and...
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Hooked on Crime: One Reporter’s Fascination with his Job

Geoff Grammer, crime reporter for the Santa Fe New Mexican, visited the Native American journalism class on Oct. 19 to share his thoughts and experiences covering the police beat. “There’s not a beat I’d rather do than crime.” That’s how Santa Fe native and New Mexican reporter Geoff Grammer feels about his chosen line of...
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Open House Will Showcase IAIA’s past, present and future.

The Institute of American Indian Art’s 50th Anniversary celebration for now is being placed into two camps, those who helped and planned for the Nov. 1 Lensic Performing Arts Center event, and those working on  the Open House, which is scheduled for November 4. For the Open House event, there is intensive planning, which is...
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Yet another Twilight rant…

I have an addiction”¦well, I have two, as a matter of fact: vampires and glitter.   However, something I do not have an addiction to, or even a slight interest in, is the glittery vampires of Stephenie Meyer’s book adaptations. I was more or less forced into my initial curiosity for these books””my nephew told...
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One More Mile

Looking outside, I can view and see the sun is shimmering golden yellow in the west, as it begins to descend behind the Las Conchas mountain ridge. Flames are rekindled on the western horizon, just as the residents of Santa Fe witnessed during the summer’s blazing fire in the mountain. My shoes laces are tied...
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