Monthly Archives: February, 2009

  1. Highlands University Students Win Scholarship to Attend Global Warming Conference in Los Angeles

  2. Latina Colloquium March 9 at Highlands University

  3. Duo to Perform Violin Concerto March 11

  4. HU Fiesta de la Hispanidad March 6 at Ilfeld Auditorium

  5. Gene Torres Golf Course Opens March 6 With Reduced Rates for NM Residents

  6. More Public Forums Feb. 27, March 4 for HU Draft Strategic Plan

  7. President Fries and 23 Native American Tribal Leaders Sign Agreement Feb. 19

    New Mexico Highlands University President Jim Fries and leaders from 23 Native American tribes signed an agreement Feb. 19 to promote higher education opportunities for Native American students at Highlands.  “One of the most exciting things about Highlands is the rich diversity of the students that attend our university,” said Fries at the signing ceremony….

  8. HU Grad Hector Hernandez Named to RMAC All-Time Wrestling Team

    Hector Hernandez, a New Mexico Highlands University national champion wrestler in 1987, was named to the prestigious RMAC All-Time Wrestling Team.The RMAC is naming its top athletes over the years to All-Time teams as part of the conference’s 100-year anniversary celebration in 2009.  Hernandez racked up an impressive record while wrestling for the Cowboys from…

  9. Iron Tribe Exhibit Opens Feb. 18, More Iron Art Events in March

  10. Thomas Mishler Music Scholarship Winners Perform March 1

    Three outstanding New Mexico Highlands University music students will perform at the Thomas Mishler Scholarship Recital March 1, at 3 p.m., in the Margaret Kennedy Alumni Hall, 905 University Ave.This year’s scholarship recipients include Eliza Woodyard, Joseph Chavez and Lisa Cisneros. Retired Highlands anthropology professor emeritus Robert Mishler and his wife, Ann, established the scholarship…

  11. Music Department Concert Feb. 28

    The New Mexico Highlands University Music Department presents “Montage,” a collection of bands playing a wide variety of music, Feb. 28, 7 p.m., at Ilfeld Auditorium, 900 University Ave.Organizers said rock bands will highlight the concert but there will also be classical, jazz and world music. The first half of the show will feature classical…

  12. Black History Month Celebrated

  13. HU and 23 Native American Tribes to Sign Agreement Feb. 19

  14. NMHU Five-Year Strategic Plan Process Underway, Public Input Encouraged

  15. Highlands University Theater and Music “Freak Show” Feb. 19, 20, 21

  16. HU Students Organize Black History March Feb. 13

  17. College of Santa Fe Students Support Acquisition by Highlands

    Hundreds of students and faculty from the College of Santa Fe rallied at the state capitol Feb. 10 in support of an acquisition by New Mexico Highlands University. “This is a very important time for the college,” said David Chase, chairman of the College of Santa Fe’s Board of Trustees, told hundreds of cheering students…

  18. Highlands University Named to Presidential Honor Roll for Community Service

  19. Two NMHU Students Awarded Bilingual Education Scholarships

  20. New Mexico Highlands University Launches New Marketing Campaign

    Each year, millions of ceramic piggies are destroyed in the pursuit of college. As the cost of tuition at colleges and universities across the United States keeps skyrocketing, some experts believe the ceramic piggy might be extinct by the year 2012. That’s the message of New Mexico Highlands University’s new marketing campaign, Save Our Piggies….