Paseo Pottery is firing up the kiln and welcoming students after being shutdown during the coronavirus pandemic.
New Mexico House Bill 304 would prohibit any girl who was assigned male at birth (AMAB) from participating in women’s sports.
United World College is an international boarding school for students during their last two years of high school. Aviva Nathan will be attending in the fall.
Wickedly magnificent and truly shocking is how I would describe the new live-action Disney film Cruella, which can be found in theaters or on the streaming service Disney+.
Most people over the age of 40 hear the words “video game” and think of sitting in front of the TV playing on the Nintendo, but modern games have come a long way, even…
So much has been written about students as they ventured through one of the most unusual times in the history of the world — a pandemic. While they are mentioned often…
It is no secret New Mexico and especially Santa Fe are deeply rooted in Catholicism. More than 400 years have passed since the establishment of the city, and religion …
In the media, Indian characters often are portrayed as socially inept and unfamiliar with American culture. They do not exist outside of their Indian-ness, manifested through often over exaggerated and misrepresentative caricatures of their religion, traditions or way of speaking.
As a child of immigrant parents, I was raised differently than most kids around me. Throughout my school career, I have been called out for the way I spoke or simply b…
While the college admissions process is flawed, it doesn't seem to be changing. So students will have to continue overachieving in high school.
Natasha Nargis said she was drawn to fashion at an early age and followed the thread from rug making to creating hand-made clothing,
Any exam, test or standardized assessment should take into account the abysmal learning environment of the past 7 months.
There are many benefits to learning more than one language; it allows you to be able to connect and better understand more people and cultures.
The rollout of vaccines brings a new wave of optimism, but until things return to normal, here are some things that you can try to ease your social-distancing woes.
“It’s odd knowing we are living through history. I’m curious for what the future brings and how we can overcome later situations. COVID-19 has taught me how to adapt, and I am grateful for the time I have had to get to know myself.”
While media portrayal may seem like a trivial problem, the messages that media send is a double-edged sword; when used correctly, the impact can be amazing.