Daily Archive: Saturday, February 25, 2017

Get Your Head on the Test : Steer Clear of Examination Anxiety

[ad_1] If there’s one part of being a student that not a lot of individuals look forward to, it’s none other than taking an exam. Whether it’s a short quiz or your final exams, just the mere thought of having to answer questions is enough to stress most people out. This is especially true if

NMSU program guides leaders in food, agriculture, natural resources

[ad_1] Jane Moorman, For the Sun-News 2:41 p.m. MT Feb. 25, 2017 Members of the New Mexico Agriculture Leadership program’s Class 11 visit a solar power farm during one of their eight seminars. The leadership program is housed at New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.(Photo: Courtesy photo) LAS CRUCES —

Theodore Lowi, Zealous Scholar of Presidents and Liberalism, Dies at 85

[ad_1] “Lowi’s scientific personality was a unique mix of extraordinary empirical knowledge and bold theoretical vision,” Ilter Turan, the president of the international association, said in a statement. Continue reading the main story In his seminal study of liberalism — philosophical rather than political — Professor Lowi wrote that “modern liberalism has left us with

Clayton case: Anatomy of a murder

[ad_1] CLOSE Thomas Clayton is found guilty Feb. 23 on first- and second-degree murder charges in connection to the death of his wife, Kelley, in 2015. Kelly Gampel / Staff Video Buy Photo Thomas Clayton heads back to Steuben County Court during the waning days of his murder trial. Clayton was convicted of first- and