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College students and their higher education institutions are about to get thrown a lifeline by the federal government as the U.S. Department of Education, through the recently passed American Rescue Plan (ARP), has awarded New Mexico public and Tribal colleges and universities $207 million in emergency relief, with half of the money targeted to help students in need.

Cadet Angel Andres Reyes Jr., son of Angel and Deanna Reyes, graduated from the United States Military Academy (West Point) with a Bachelor of Science degree on May 27. While at West Point, he concentrated his studies in systems engineering. He was …

(NAPSI)—Research isn’t just for the lab anymore. Now more than ever, businesses use research that’s already out there—or conduct research that isn’t—and apply it to real-life business situations. Dr. Hinrich Eylers, Executive Dean, …

This question has been posed to me more than once: suppose a person could do only one grow younger action step every day, what should it be? There’s no doubt in my mind — it’s meditate. Regular meditation changes a person from the inside …

is perhaps the most basic duty of local newspapers and their staff. If you have read the legal announcements in our own publication or sat through a meeting of the county board of commissioners, you might wonder how anyone can make sense of what …

In January, the New Mexico State Land Office earned $52.6 million in revenue for the beneficiaries of the state land trust. Of that amount, more than $47.6 million went to support public schools in New Mexico. More than $1.8 million went to state …

In January, the New Mexico State Land Office earned $52.6 million in revenue for the beneficiaries of the state land trust. Of that amount, more than $47.6 million went to support public schools in New Mexico. More than $1.8 million went to state …