A person never realizes or even pays any attention to another person’s keys. You would be surprised to find out that sometimes a simple keychain can mean a lot to someone. There are also others who just have something on their keys just to have it.
During our documentary photography trip to the village of Doña Ana, we met a really interesting person. I was walking with my two friends; they were waiting for me since I recently had knee surgery, and other students in the class were a lot of steps ahead of us.
Suddenly we saw a woman coming from her house and hurrying toward us. We stopped to talk to her, but we didn’t know who she was. She introduced herself, her name is Maria de Jesus Garcia, most commonly known as “Mary Jane.”
He’s the one we look to, to boost our spirits when the game isn’t quite going our way. Or the man we know will be cheering the loudest as our team shoots the win basket. Here at New Mexico State University, that man, that mascot, is our beloved Pistol Pete. Continue reading Pump up your spirit
As I park my car in the predawn darkness, I check my bearings in relation to the black silhouette of the Organ Mountains, just to make sure I can find my vehicle among the thousands of others. The Bataan Memorial Death March, the annual tribute to the New Mexicans and others who suffered and died in the Philippines during World War II, attracted more than 7,000 runners and walkers – many completing the 26-mile marathon carrying heavy packs.
Spectators also flock to White Sands Missile Range for the chilly opening ceremonies and to cheer on the marchers during the 75th anniversary of the horrific forced march that claimed the lives of more than 800 New Mexicans and left almost 1,000 survivors from our state who endured not only the five-day march without food or water, but also suffered during their imprisonment until the end of the war.