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Matthew Robeck

What is Continuing Education?

By  MATTHEW ROBECK Do you feel that you have a lot more to learn””specialized knowledge and skills that are best learned at a college””but don’t have enough time to get another degree? Perhaps  continuing  education is the right place for you. In 2008, the Institute of American Indian Arts started to offer a series of...
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Bon Appetit Staff Frustrated by Lack of Communication from Students

By MATTHEW ROBECK While students going to the Institute of American Indian Arts generally find the food  at Bon  Appetit  Café to be of good quality, various students, who did not want to be named, complain about a lack of variety in the food choice, abrasiveness from the staff, and the inflexibility of the hours....
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Veteran Students of IAIA

By MATTHEW ROBECK The Institute of American Indian Arts includes many veterans among its student body. In light of the Veterans Day holiday, two veterans, Jeffrey DeMent and T’cha Cosgrove, were interviewed to discuss their relationship with art and how they came to Santa Fe and IAIA. Jeffrey DeMent leaned back onto a brown cabinet...
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No Increase in Campus Alcohol-Related Incidents, But…

By MATTHEW ROBECK A recent rumor among students about an alcohol-related altercation mid-October in family housing claimed that the incident ended with police arriving on the scene and a student being sent to the intensive care unit. “No one was sent to the ICU,” said Carmen Henan, dean of students. The IAIA campus crime statistics...
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“Dear Colleague” Letter Will Not Affect IAIA’s Current Title IX Policies

By MATTHEW ROBECK The US Department of Education sent a “Dear Colleague” letter on Sept. 22 to colleges across the US. This letter rolls back Obama era policies that give all US colleges a minimum standard on how they are to handle sexual violence cases, to colleges across the US. Carmen Henan, dean of students,...
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