Morning Fix: Looking for treasure? It's all around!

 

• Gold, coins and jewels. Oh, my! New Mexico's home to a buried treasure, valued at over $1 million. Or is it? You'll have to buy the book.

• CNM has doubled its graduation rates over the past few years, making it a finalist in for national student success award.

• Recent Cultural Services survey shows public art improves our quality of life — spurs four new art initiatives, including large-scale art, community murals and neon work.

Lobo's defeat San Diego State, getting one step closer to their fifth Mountain West title.

• A Bosque School student is tapped for the National Orchestra, and a chance to tour the world playing cello.

 

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Comment by Hunter on February 28, 2013 at 8:59am

Apparently CNM is able to do just fine without the "benefit" of appointed trustees.

Comment by RunLikeADog on February 28, 2013 at 12:37pm
They probably wouldn't be threatened to have a Chick-fil-A either.

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