Southwestern College Santa Fe, NM

Yearly Archive 2023

What to do in New Mexico, Summer 2023 by Tya Bussell

There are many gems to be discovered in the summertime throughout New Mexico. The summer temperatures in lower elevation areas of New Mexico range from 80-100 degrees Fahrenheit. The higher elevation locations of NM reach the 70s in the peak of summer. These temperatures are perfect for shorts and tank tops with plenty of sunscreen!…
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Navigating with a Learning Difference, Part I by Susanmarie Oddo

Time will Tell Wherever you find yourself in your educational career, you may discover, from time to time, that you need support to achieve success.  As a student with a learning difference, I’d like to share with you my standouts for success, which emerged during my first quarter as a PhD student.  It is my…
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Your Love is Vital, by Ann Filemyr, President Southwestern College

Each year on February 2nd, I celebrate the ancient Celtic Goddess Brigid, a great feminine solar power, she of the greening season who carries fire in her palms, she who blesses the arts of poetry, smithing, and healing. In Ireland it is called St. Brigid’s Day, honored as a holy day at her sacred spring…
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Personal Reflection on MLK Day 2023, Ann Filemyr, Southwestern College President

As we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, January 16, I reflect on his life and words urging us to do better, to be better, as citizens of the nation and members of the human community. I consider how he inspired so many. The work they collectively accomplished made our lives more possible.…
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