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Monthly Archives: March, 2011

  1. Two New Highlands University Regents Sworn In

    Two New Highlands University Regents Sworn In  Two new regents for New Mexico Highlands University were sworn in at the Board of Regents meeting March 30.    New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez appointed Frank Marchi to the board of regents along with student regent Caitlin Syner.   “I’m very pleased with Governor Martinez’s appointments as…

  2. Music Faculty Brass Recital April 9 at 3 p.m. in Margaret Kennedy

  3. Cirque Montage Performs in Ilfeld April 10

    Cirque Montage Performs in Ilfeld April 10 New Mexico Highlands University presents Cirque Montage April 10 at 4 p.m. in the university’s historic Ilfeld Auditorium, 900 University Ave.   Cirque Montage has a national and international reputation for dazzling audiences with its traditional and cutting-edge circus acts featuring acrobats, aerial strap artists, balancers, contortionists, jugglers,…

  4. Highlands Foundation Sponsors First Rubber Duck Race Ever on Gallinas River April 9

  5. Highlands Develops New Hydrazine Abatement Technology for NASA and Commercial Use

  6. Poet Dana Gilmore Performs at Ilfeld March 31

    Poet Dana Gilmore Performs at Ilfeld March 31   New Mexico Highlands University presents nationally-known poet Dana Gilmore in a performance March 31 at 7 p.m. in the university’s historic Ilfeld Auditorium, 900 University Ave.   Gilmore tours college campuses nationwide to perform her poetry, which is hailed as both invigorating and cathartic.   Gilmore…

  7. Band Fest 2011 at Ilfeld April 3 Features Las Vegas and University Bands

  8. HU Recycling Center Reopens on Saturdays, Now Also Accepts Tin

  9. Fiesta de la Hispanidad March 26 in Ilfeld Auditorium

    Fiesta de la Hispanidad March 26 in Ilfeld Auditorium The 17th Annual New Mexico Highlands University Fiesta de la Hispanidad brings music and dance center stage at Ilfeld Auditorium March 26, 6:30 p.m., for this popular community celebration of Hispanic culture.   The cost for the event is $4, and there will be free refreshments…

  10. Thomas Mishler Scholarship Recital on March 27

  11. Leading Irish Band ‘Slide’ in Concert March 23 in Ilfeld

    Leading Irish Band ‘Slide’ in Concert March 23 in Ilfeld  New Mexico Highlands University presents Slide, a leading Irish band, in concert March 23 at 6:30 p.m. in the university’ historic Ilfeld Auditorium, 900 University Ave.   Slide is known for its unique traditional Irish music that contains powerful contemporary elements. The Irish Times hailed…

  12. HU Soprano Nicole Robinson Sings a Lead Role in Benjamin Britten Opera

    HU Soprano Nicole Robinson Sings a Lead Role in Benjamin Britten Opera New Mexico Highlands University soprano Nicole Robinson was part of a cast that received standing ovations in February for Santa Fe and Albuquerque performances of the 1964 Benjamin Britten opera Curlew River.   Britten called Curlew River a “parable for church performance” and…

  13. Wizard of Oz Plays in Ilfeld Auditorium March 15

      Wizard of Oz Plays in Ilfeld Auditorium March 15 New Mexico Highlands University presents an American Family Theater production of The Wizard of Oz March 15 at 6:30 p.m. the university’s historic Ilfeld Auditorium, 900 University Ave.   American Family Theater, based in Philadelphia, is the premier national producer of musicals for families and…

  14. Donnelly Library Spring Reading Group Focuses on World Literature

  15. Iron Tribe 2011 at Highlands University

    Iron Tribe 2011 at Highlands University Two iron artists remove molten metal from the furnace to cool it off during the New Mexico Highlands University performance casting event March 4. The performance was part of Iron Tribe, a biannual event fine arts professor David Lobdell established that has gained an international reputation. Iron Tribe features…

  16. Three Outstanding HU Students Receive AAUW Scholarships

    Three Outstanding HU Students Receive AAUW Scholarships Three outstanding New Mexico Highlands University students received scholarships from the Las Vegas branch of the American Association of University Women.   Jeannette Urdiales and Rachell Pitrucha each received $1,000 scholarships. Hope Martinez was awarded $500.    “The Las Vegas branch of AAUW is very proud of these…

  17. International Women’s Day Celebration March 8 at HU

  18. Conference March 5 — 6 at HU for Native American Leadership

    Latasha Burbank Native American Leadership Conference March 5 — 6 at HU   The first Miss Native American Leadership Conference at New Mexico Highlands University will be March 5 — 6. The conference will be from 9 a.m. — 3 p.m. both days in the Student Center ballroom, 903 Baca Ave. Latasha Burbank, who was…

  19. Geology Prof Michael Petronis Presents Arctic Research March 2

    Geology Prof Michael Petronis Presents Arctic Research March 2 Highlands University environmental geology professor Michael Petronis will present a talk, ‘Glacial Activity in Neoproterozoic Svalbard,’ March 2 at 12 p.m. as part of a Sigma XI lecture series.    The talk will be in G35, the Leveo Sanchez Lecture Hall on the ground floor of…

  20. HU International Women’s Day Celebration March 8

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