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Monthly Archives: October, 2010

  1. Donnelly Library Receives Donation of Leslie Bottorff’s Poetry Books, Art

  2. “Greased Lightening” Struts ’50s Cool

    “Greased Lightening” Struts ’50s Cool Photo Margaret McKinney/Highlands University The student group, “Greased Lightening,” struts its ‘50s cool at the Highlands University Halloween costume contest sponsored by the Office of Campus Life. The students are all work studies in the university’s Office of Academic Support. Front left, Joseph Salazar, Caitlin Syner, Roxie Avalos, and Makisi Maka….

  3. Highlands University Residence Hall First in State to Achieve LEED Silver Certification

    Highlands University Residence Hall First in State to Achieve LEED Silver Certification The New Mexico Highlands University residence hall that opened fall semester 2009 is the first in the state to achieve LEED Silver certification, a high-level measure of green building practices and sustainability.   LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. LEED…

  4. Anthropology Graduate Students Present Research at Philmont Archaeological Conference

  5. Lecture on Fine Arts Print Exhibit at Highlands

  6. Education Bond D Would Mean $12.1 Million in Funding for San Miguel County

    Education Bond D is on the statewide ballot Nov. 2, giving New Mexico voters an opportunity to support infrastructure improvements at public colleges and universities throughout the state. Statewide, Bond D would fund $155.2 million in higher education improvements. In San Miguel County, funding would total $12.1 million, with $7.1 million allocated for Highlands University…

  7. Kenya Safari Acrobats to Perform at Highlands

  8. AmeriCorps Awards Grant to Media Arts Program for Students to Work at NM Museums

    New Mexico Highlands University media arts graduate Jason Valdez, left, of Las Vegas works at the Museum of New Mexico Press with Art and Production Manager David Skolkin as part of a new AmeriCorps grant the university’s Media Arts Program secured . The New Mexico Highlands University Media Arts Program received a new $190,722 federal…

  9. Acclaimed Scottish Writer to Speak at Highlands Oct. 21

  10. Highlands University Music Faculty Present Chopin and Schumann Concerts

    Highlands University Music Faculty Present Chopin and Schumann Concerts New Mexico Highlands University music faculty Andre Garcia-Nuthmann and Linda King will present a concert, ‘Happy Birthday Chopin and Schumann,’ Oct. 24 and Oct 31 at 2 p.m.   The Oct. 24 concert is in the Margaret Kennedy Alumni Hall, 905 University Ave. The Oct. 31…

  11. Highlands and Luna Sign Articulation Agreement for Science & Math Disciplines

    Highlands and Luna Sign Articulation Agreement for Science & Math Disciplines @font-face { font-family: “Calibri”; }p.MsoNormal, li.MsoNormal, div.MsoNormal { margin: 0in 0in 10pt; line-height: 115%; font-size: 11pt; font-family: “Times New Roman”; }p.MsoNoSpacing, li.MsoNoSpacing, div.MsoNoSpacing { margin: 0in 0in 0.0001pt; font-size: 11pt; font-family: “Times New Roman”; }div.Section1 { page: Section1; } Photo Margaret McKinney/Highlands University New…

  12. Highlands Co-Sponsors ‘A Week Without Violence’ in Las Vegas Oct. 15 — 22

  13. ‘Bless Me, Ultima’ Play Performed at Ilfeld Auditorium Oct. 29

  14. Los Cien de Highlands Donates to Viles Foundation for Highlands’ Scholarships

    Photo Margaret McKinney, Highlands University The local Viles Foundation receives a check from Los Cien de Highlands for scholarships for Highlands University students. Left Eleanor Wald, a Viles Foundation founding board member; Dr. Clarence Sanchez, Viles Foundation past board president; LouElla Marr-Montoya, Viles Foundation board president; and Anselmo Gallegos, a Los Cien de Highlands founding member….