Monthly Archives: September, 2008

  1. LaserSpectacular Show Coming to Ilfeld Auditorium Oct. 10

    Paramount’s original LaserSpectacular featuring the music of Pink Floyd will be shown for the first time locally at Highlands University’s historic Ilfeld Auditorium Oct. 10 at 7:30 p.m.Tickets are on sale now at the university’s radio station KEDP 91.1 FM at 901 University Ave.  or call 505-454-3238. The price is $15 for general admission and…

  2. Volunteers sought for city cleanup day

  3. Police Seek Information

  4. Club Olympics at NMHU

  5. Burning down the house at Club HU

    New Mexico Highlands University students crowd the dance floor at Club HU Sept. 18 for Las Vegas Days. Club HU is an alcohol-free environment in the university’s Student Center.

  6. Highlands Student Creates Interactive Display for Georgia O’Keeffe Museum

    Legendary photographer Ansel Adams once said he believes that the artist and his art are only a part of the total human experience — the viewer in the world at large is the essential other part. Were he alive today, Adams might appreciate the interactive online display and digital video a Highlands University media arts…

  7. Highlands Receives NSF Grant for New Geology Research Lab

    New Mexico Highlands University received a $159,328 National Science Foundation grant that that will enable the geology faculty and students to use in-house instrumentation for high-quality geologic research in New Mexico, the western United States, and Europe. The grant money will purchase instruments to build a dedicated paleomagnetic laboratory at Highlands to study magnetic properties…

  8. Mishler To Give Talk about Tecolote Pueblo

    New Mexico Highlands University anthropology professor emeritus Robert Mishler will give a free talk, “A.D. 1,200, Village Life in Northern New Mexico: Tecolote Pueblo,” Sept. 18 at 7 p.m., at the CCHP/Santa Fe Interpretive Center, 116 Bridge St., Las Vegas.The talk is part of the National Park Service and Fort Union National Monument’s monthly Glimpses…

  9. Students remember 9-11

    Photo by Sean Weaver/NMHUSophomore Briana Gholston joins other New Mexico Highlands students Sept. 11 in a candlelight vigil to mark the seventh anniversary of the terrorist attacks in New York, Washington, D.C. and Pennsylvania. Highlands’ Black Student Association organized the vigil.

  10. Highlands University Wins Cowboy Category in Santa Fe Fiestas Parade

    A spirited group of Highlands University students from the rodeo team, student ambassador program, and student senate won first place in the cowboy float category at the Santa Fe Fiestas Parade Sept. 7. The recruitment office at Highlands coordinated the Cowboy float in both the Santa Fe Fiestas Parade and the State Fair Parade Sept….

  11. Everyone Loves a Cowboy Parade

  12. Flores artwork at Burris Gallery

    Toby Flores’ exhibition, “One Part Faith, Three Parts Imagination,” is on display at the New Mexico Highlands University Burris Gallery at 903 National Ave. There will be a free public reception for the show Sept. 13 from 4-6 p.m., with a gallery talk by the artist at 5 p.m. Flores’ work is described as a…

  13. Highlands University Psychology Graduate Student from Cameroon Excels

    Las Vegas, NM – Psychology graduate student Sheri Nsamenang is one of three sisters to make the international trek from the Republic of Cameroon in western Africa to attend Highlands University.  Nsamenang’s older sister, Kila, graduated from Highlands’ with a bachelor’s degree in biology and is in a master’s program at Lock Haven University of…