Anne Marie Lehmann, MSN, CNP is the school nurse located in the Student Health Center. Lehmann has been with Santa Fe University of Art and Design and previously the College of Santa Fe for more than 10 years. She will be retiring on Dec. 16. She has cared for many students and “loves to treat all of them as if they were her own children.” Lehmann “loves the four-year relationship” she can build with the students being on a college campus. Lehmann has transformed the health center from a cold medical clinic into a “home away from home so the students can relax and feel at...
The Necessities student store returned to its previous location down the hall and around the corner from the cafeteria this year, hosting a number of innovative new features under the guidance of Student Life Operations Manager Heather “Maz” Mazorow.
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.
At the far southwest corner of the SFUAD campus, a pothole cairn appeared Thursday Sept. 29 at the roundabout near the Santa Fe Art Institute by an anonymous artist. Now not only will drivers need to be aware of potholes but now a cairn of rocks as well.
The April 15 fashion show “April Showers” explored the romanticism people associate with the state of sadness or sorrow. With a cool mix of Victorian fashion and goth elements, some of the 20 models also draw from the classic symbolism and the magic of black cats in a quirky and sensual way. The show was both created and styled by SFUAD alumni Keynan Johnson. The fashion show took place in front of the Forum and the left side of the library’s...
When Nick De La O is not working at Necessities, the school’s mini store, he enjoys cooking, playing music, creating art and spending time with his girlfriend. One day he hopes to become a shepherd and organic farmer if he decides to not go into the film industry or writing...
A Red-eared Slider, known generally as a pond turtle, has taken up residence in the campus pond outside Fogelson Library. This little turtle has been topic of some conversations on campus due to its quick get aways when students have tried to photograph it.
Over spring break, freshman Graphic Design major Yen Hoang painted the concrete walls in front of King Hall, along with her friend Aydo, who was visiting from San Francisco. Hoang painted the three larger walls, while Aydo painted the smaller wall reading “SFUAD.”
In the weeks of midterms and spring break, spray painted messages appeared around campus. The first “You’re paying too much money” appeared March 10 near the welcome center was gone by the next morning. The second “What is art? Now, what is art school” appeared during spring break and as of this story were still up by Tishman Hall.
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