Monthly Archives: February, 2008

  1. Comedian Tig Notaro to perform

    The first time Tig Notaro stood in front of a microphone, she didn’t consider the likely possibility the audience would be laughing. “I was just trying to get through what I had memorized,” Notaro said. “I was nervous, that’s for sure.” The possibility of laughter would mean, for most performers, exit, stage right, don’t come…

  2. Highlands hosts RMAC tournament

  3. President Fries appoints vice presidents

    New Mexico Highlands President Jim Fries announced the appointment of a vice president of academic affairs and a vice president of finance and administration. Gilbert Rivera, who served as the university’s interim vice president for academic affairs during the previous year, was selected to permanently fill the position. “It’s been a pleasure working at New…

  4. Thomas Mishler Scholarship Recital

    Four New Mexico Highlands music students will perform in the Thomas Mishler Scholarship Recital at 3 p.m. March 9 in Kennedy Lounge. Each year, music students compete for this esteemed scholarship by submitting a resume of their musical experience and an essay describing what music means to them. References from professors and other community members…

  5. Black History Month celebrated

  6. Folk music in New Mexico

  7. Media Arts exhibit in Washington, D.C.

  8. Social Work pilot program

  9. Presentation on the music of New Mexico

  10. Winter Fest Concert

  11. Highlands opens new site in Raton

    New Mexico Highlands University officially opened its new site in Raton during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Feb. 1.”We were all pleased to see a standing-room-only crowd, and even more pleased to see the large representation from Highlands’ faculty, staff and students who were present,” said John Davidson, who organized the Raton Learning Center and served as…