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Yearly Archives: 2010

  1. Lambda Kappa Psi Sorority Inducts New Members

    Lambda Kappa Psi Sorority Inducts New Members The New Mexico Highlands University Lambda Kappa Psi sorority inducted new members in a ceremony Dec. 5. at the Margaret Kennedy Alumni Hall. The Hon. Abigail Aragon, district court judge in the New Mexico Fourth Judicial District of San Miguel, Mora and Guadalupe Counties, delivered the founding president…

  2. Geology Senior Adam Brister Receives $3,000 NM Geological Society Scholarship

  3. HU Student Wacey Cochise Honored for Conservation Work during Native American Heritage Month

    HU Student Wacey  Cochise Honored for Conservation Work during Native American Heritage Month   New Mexico Highlands University wildlife biology student Wacey Cochise traveled to Washington D.C. in November during Native American Heritage Month to receive recognition from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for his conservation work at the Mescalero Tribal Fish Hatchery.  …

  4. Media Arts Seniors Veronica Black, Amy Wilson Receive Seabury Fellowships

      Media Arts Seniors Veronica Black, Amy Wilson Receive Seabury Fellowships Two New Mexico Highlands University media arts students received $2,500 fellowships fall semester, thanks to the Seabury Foundation and a full match from the university’s foundation.   Outstanding seniors Veronica Black and Amy Wilson were tapped for the honor. They showcased their multimedia projects…

  5. HU Ambassadors Collect Christmas Toys for Kids, Care Package Supplies for the Troops

    HU Ambassadors Collect Christmas Toys for Kids, Care Package Supplies for the Troops Photo: Margaret McKinney/Highlands University Highlands University student ambassadors sort through Christmas toys and packages they collected for local children in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Program and the Good Samaritan Cold Weather Shelter. From left, Aja Currey, an early childhood development/special education senior;…

  6. H.U. Business Student Helps MainStreet Las Vegas Increase Interest in Second Saturday Artwalk

    Jewell Esquibel H.U. Business Student Helps MainStreet Las Vegas Increase Interest in Second Saturday Artwalk New Mexico Highlands University business student Jewell Esquibel helped increased Las Vegas business participation in Second Saturday Artwalk through a work-study internship with MainStreet Las Vegas.   During fall semester, Esquibel worked as the coordinator for Second Saturday Artwalk. Since…

  7. HU Singers Present ‘Aspirations’ Dec. 3, 4 at Ilfeld

  8. HU Presents Opera Star Van Ann Moore in ‘A Jenny Lind Christmas’ Dinner Theatre at Plaza Hotel Dec. 12

    HU Presents Opera Star Van Ann Moore in ‘A Jenny Lind Christmas’ Dinner Theatre at Plaza Hotel Dec. 12  The New Mexico Highlands University Department of Music presents opera star Van Ann Moore in ‘A Jenny Lind Christmas’ dinner theatre Dec. 12 at the historic Plaza Hotel on the Old Town Las Vegas Plaza.  …

  9. Native Americans Showcase Talent

  10. Nutcracker Ballet at Ilfeld Auditorium Dec. 5 (Tickets are sold out)

    Nutcracker Ballet at Ilfeld Auditorium Dec. 5  The State Street Ballet of Santa Barbara, Calif., will perform the Nutcracker ballet Dec. 5 at 4 p.m. in New Mexico Highland University’s Ilfeld Auditorium, 900 University Ave.    Since it was first performed in 1892, this timeless holiday classic has delighted audiences worldwide. Set to the soaring…

  11. Reception for B.F.A. Show Dec. 3, Fall Art Show Reception Dec. 6

    Reception for B.F.A. Show Dec. 3, Fall Art Show Reception Dec. 6  There will be an artist’s reception Dec. 3 from 6 – 8 p.m. for New Mexico Highlands University B.F.A. graduate Terry Berkley Gonzales at the Burris Hall Gallery, 903 National Ave. Gonzales will also give an artist’s talk Dec. 2 at 11 a.m….

  12. Renowned Biologist and HU Alumnus to Talk on Campus Dec. 1

  13. HU Concerts for Concert Band Dec. 5, Jazz Ensemble Dec. 10

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  14. HU Steps Up Recycling, Opens New Center to Community

    HU Steps Up Recycling, Opens New Center to Community New Mexico Highlands University has stepped up its on-campus recycling with a new recycling drop-off center that opened Oct. 27 and a recycling sorting station at the center that was completed Nov. 17.   The recycling drop-off center is also open to the public to bring…

  15. Highlands University Student Performs in Gaza-Monologues at the United Nations Nov. 29

    Tiffany Neeley Highlands University Student Performs in Gaza-Monologues at the United Nations Nov. 29 Tiffany Neeley tapes her breasts to flatten them, and dons worn Levis, a hip-length olive jacket and scuffed black boots. She stuffs her Ghirardelli dark chocolate hair under a beanie cap and twists a white scarf around her neck to further…

  16. HU Peer Advisers Win Scholarships for Student Affairs Symposium

  17. National Geographic Anaconda Documentary Featuring HU Biology Profs Presented Nov. 16

  18. HU Madrigal Choir Presents “A Modern Folk Fiesta” Concert Nov. 21

  19. HU Social Work Professor’s Law and Ethics Textbook Published

    HU Social Work Professor’s Law and Ethics Textbook Published New Mexico Highlands University social work professor Andrew Israel’s textbook, Using the Law: Practical Decision Making in Mental Health, was published by Lyceum Books in October for national distribution.    “I’m not aware of any other textbook that offers a multidisciplinary approach to law and ethics…

  20. Drop Recyclables Off at New HU Recycling Center Nov. 13 for America Recycles Day