Breaking geology down in class

By Shirlett Warren/nw news editor The majority of students who take Earth Science are not science majors, but that doesn’t stop Josh Fairbanks from trying to make the subject relevant to his students. “I hate to see a bored student,” said the NW geology instructor. “I never stop trying to reach them.” Fairbanks wants to […]

Chocolate brings fresh taste to culture exploration

By Zaman Fabela/reporter South Campus students tasted the History of Chocolate Oct. 6.Cacao, a seed originally cultivated by the Mayans and Aztecs in Central America, is the source of chocolate, said Carlos Rovelo, history/government instructor, during his presentation for Hispanic History Month. Despite most of today’s sweets claiming to be chocolate, it is mostly sugar […]

Leaking issues fixed over break

By Mona Lisa Tucker/south news editor Over winter break, workers repaired leaks in a South Campus cooling tower. Director of system infrastructure and engineering David Hoelke and others discovered water accumulating in the west tunnel from the central utility plant. The standing water tested positive for chemicals from the cooling tower. “There are very low-dose […]