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Monthly Archives: November, 2010

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

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

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  3. 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…

  4. 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…

  5. HU Peer Advisers Win Scholarships for Student Affairs Symposium

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

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

  8. 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…

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

  10. Highlands Honors Its Veterans

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  11. NMHU Concert Choir Presents A John Rutter Christmas Concert Nov. 14

  12. HU Sociology Senior to Present Research at National Women’s Studies Conference

    Crystal Montoya HU Sociology Senior to Present Research at National Women’s Studies Conference  New Mexico Highlands University sociology senior Crystal Montoya will present her research along with her professors at the National Women’s Studies Association annual conference Nov. 11 — 14 in Denver.   Montoya, 20, was born and raised in nearby Mora. She will…

  13. Highlands Awarded New USDA Grant to Increase Interest in Science Professions

  14. Juarros Sculpture Exhibit Reception November 5 in Ray Drew Gallery

    Aaron Juarros Juarros Sculpture Exhibit  Reception November 5 in Ray Drew Gallery Local sculptor and Highlands University 2010 distinguished alumnus Aaron Juarros’ exhibit, â€˜from here,’ begins with an artist’s reception Nov. 5 from 4:30 — 7:30 p.m. at the university’s Ray Drew Gallery. The exhibit continues through Dec. 10.   The Ray Drew Gallery is in…