Sienna Prillaman, a sophomore business arts management major at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, takes taking advantage of the unseasonably warm weather by reading during her free time outside on the quad.
During the hustle and bustle of midterms week at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, Travis Dale was sanding his coffin when I walked into the barracks. The blood red plastic curtains allowed for just enough light to watch Dale’s shadow.
While walking around Santa Fe University of Art and Design, one can’t but stop and take notice of the beautiful colors that come with the changing of the seasons. I simply could not resist the temptation to stop and take a photo, I was hypnotized by the colors.
The weekend of Sept. 23-24, Santa Fe University of Art and Design hosted the student run City Different Festival. The musical event was free to attend, stretched over two days and had approximately 17 performances on the line-up, ranging from current students, alumni and out of state bands traveling through the southwest.
The New Mexico State Fair has many foods to offer, every year people flock to try the fair food. I’m used to seeing many food trucks but most of them are your typical such as funnel cake and deep fried everything. The Greek Grill strayed from this path and the attention they receive shows their efforts were not in...
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