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Monthly Archives: January, 2011

  1. Media Arts Named Program of the Month for NM Volunteerism

    Media Arts Named Program of the Month for NM Volunteerism The New Mexico Highlands University Media Arts Program was named the New Mexico Commission for Community Volunteerism program of the month in January.   The commission manages the state’s AmeriCorps program, which puts the university’s media arts graduates and students to work In New Mexico…

  2. College Night 2011: Feb. 9 at Abe Montoya Rec Center

    Photo by Sean Weaver Local dance groups and musicians will be featured at this year’s College Night at the Abe Montoya Recreation Center. College Night 2011: Feb. 9 at Abe Montoya Rec Center  New Mexico Highlands University and Luna Community College will sponsor the 12th annual College Night 2011 on Feb. 9 from 5 —…

  3. 2011 Winterfest “A Mariachi Valentine’s Concert” Feb. 12 in Ilfeld

     Winterfest 2011 at New Mexico Highlands University presents “A Mariachi Valentine’s Concert” Sat., Feb. 12, at 7 p.m. in the university’s historic Ilfeld Auditorium, 900 University Ave. “This will be an evening of fabulous, colorful mariachi and ballet folklorico entertainment for the whole family,” said Donna Martinez, Ilfeld Auditorium manager. “The concert features some of…

  4. HU football players lend a helping hand to animal charity

    Photo by Sean Weaver HU football players lend a helping hand to animal charity Members of New Mexico Highlands’ football team help unload a donated shipment of dog food Jan. 21. The food, donated by Sam’s Club, will go to help the city animal shelter and a local animal food bank.

  5. Fidel Trujillo New Dean of Students at Highlands University

    Fidel Trujillo New Dean of Students at Highlands University   Fidel Trujillo is the new dean of students at New Mexico Highlands University.   “Dr. Trujillo brings a broad wealth of experience to Highlands and has a demonstrated passion for education,” said Highlands University President Jim Fries.   Over the years, Trujillo has served Highlands…

  6. Spring Semester Begins at HU

    Spring Semester Begins at HU    Photo Margaret McKinney/Highlands University Amy Alanis finds a sunny spot to study on the first day of spring semester at New Mexico Highlands University Jan. 18. Alanis, who is originally from east Texas, will graduate in May with her master of social work degree in the clinical counseling concentration….

  7. Milestone Hispanic-American Women Film Before We Say Goodbye Free At Ilfeld Jan. 14

    Milestone Hispanic-American Women Film Before We Say Goodbye Free At Ilfeld Jan. 14 New Mexico Highlands University presents a milestone film about the life of Hispanic-American women, Before We Say Goodbye, at the university’s Ilfeld Auditorium Jan. 14 at 1 and 7 p.m.   Both showings are free to the public in historic Ilfeld at…

  8. Donato Sena New Chief of Police and Security Department at Highlands

    Donato Sena Donato Sena New Chief of Police and Security Department at Highlands   New Mexico Highlands hired Donato Sena as its new chief of the Police and Security Department. Sena brings 40 years of distinguished law enforcement experience to his new position.   Sena, a Las Vegas native, started his career with the City…

  9. Photography by Sean Weaver and Paul F. Moloney in ‘Wandering Lens’ Exhibit at Ray Drew Gallery

    Feast of the Immaculate Conception, Santa Fe © Sean Weaver Photography by Sean Weaver and Paul F. Moloney in ‘Wandering Lens’ Exhibit at Ray Drew Gallery The photography of Sean Weaver and Paul F. Moloney is featured in the ‘Wandering Lens’ exhibit at the New Mexico Highlands University Ray Drew Gallery that opens with an…