Luddites obstruct our food choices

By Baxter Black: PNT columnist The anti-progress Luddites have taken some serious blows in the last six months. A British study shows that animals and crops raised under strict organic parameters, have no nutritional or health benefits over animals and crops grown with FDA/USDA approved insecticides, pesticides, parasitacides, antibiotics, chemical disinfectants and growth stimulants. Then, […]

Worry is train ride to nowhere

By Joan Clayton: PNT religion columnist Did you know there are 8,910 promises in the Bible? Those promises cover every circumstance you will ever encounter. Yet, why are there so many books about stress and how to deal with it? Uncontrolled emotions cause chemical changes in the body that lead to illness and disease. Worry […]

Nov. 13, 2007 ENMU Faculty Briefs

Chemical society meets The 63rd Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society was held Nov. 4-7 in Lubbock. The following ENMU faculty and students gave presentations at the meeting: Newton P. Hilliard hosted a workshop on Building a Low-Cost Chemistry Laboratory James P. Finley gave an oral presentation on Alternatives to Kohn-Sham Density Functional […]

Mascot talk makes one weary

By Jim Lee I really appreciate that relatively new statue in front of the Campus Union Building at Eastern New Mexico University. But I have always been intrigued by naming a university mascot after a bus going through town. According to the official account of acquiring the greyhound as the symbol of the teams published […]

Cannon puts training on display

By Mike Linn CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — As I walked toward the wounded with a medical bag in hand Friday, I couldn’t help but shudder at how badly one of the victims looked. Her eye was dangling out of its socket a good 6 inches (at least the makeup and fake eye made it […]