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Monthly Archives: October, 2011

  1. Spirit of Halloween at HU Costume Contest

    Photo by Margaret McKinney/Highlands University Spirit of Halloween at HU Costume Contest Mime Yolie Elias, left, and Madhatter Leon Bustos strike a pose at the Oct. 31 Highlands University Halloween costume contest sponsored by the Office of Campus Life. Elias is a public affairs/sociology graduate student from El Paso, Texas and Bustos is a psychology/biology…

  2. “Arsenic and Outer Space” Science Café Nov. 2 at Highlands

    “Arsenic and Outer Space” Science Café Nov. 2 at Highlands New Mexico Highlands University presents “Arsenic and Outer Space: What Would E.T. Really Look Like?” in a free science café Nov. 2 from 5 – 7 p.m. in Room 215 of the Lora Shields Building at 806 National Ave.   The university’s chapter of Sigma…

  3. Highlands’ Wind Ensemble, Roadrunner Brass Quintet Perform Nov. 6

  4. Jungle Book Performed by State Street Ballet at Ilfeld Nov. 9

    Jungle Book Performed by State Street Ballet at Ilfeld Nov. 9   The State Street Ballet of Santa Barbara, Calif., will perform the Jungle Book ballet Nov. 9 at 7:30 p.m. in New Mexico Highlands University’s Ilfeld Auditorium.   The historic auditorium is at 900 University Ave.   The State Street Ballet is an acclaimed…

  5. Department of Music to Perform at Mayor’s Charity Ball Oct. 29

  6. “Wellness Near the Wilderness” Convention at Highlands

    “Wellness Near the Wilderness” Convention at Highlands New Mexico health, physical education, recreation and dance professionals gathered at Highlands University Oct. 13 — 14 for a “Wellness Near the Wilderness” convention hosted by the university’s Exercise and Sport Sciences Department.   “It was a great opportunity to share success stories and collaborate with colleagues on…

  7. Media Arts Student Shanoaleigh Roseby to Create Project for Violence Prevention Program

                                       Media Arts Student Shanoaleigh Roseby to Create Project for Violence Prevention Program New Mexico Highlands University media arts junior Shanoaleigh Roseby will use her Seabury Fellowship award to create marketing materials to raise awareness about the university’s Campus Violence Prevention Program.   Roseby, a 21-year-old native of Portland, Ore., is earning her…

  8. Education Prof Merryl Kravitz Wins Award, Will Teach Workshop in Oaxaca, Mexico

    Education Prof Merryl Kravitz Wins Award, Will Teach Workshop in Oaxaca, Mexico  New Mexico Highlands University School of Education professor Merryl Kravitz was awarded a Phi Kappa Phi Love of Learning award she will use to present a workshop in Oaxaca, Mexico about preserving indigenous language.     Phi Kappa Phi is the nation’s oldest, largest,…

  9. Highlands banquet honors outstanding alumni

    Highlands banquet honors outstanding alumni  Every year, New Mexico Highlands University recognizes some of its notable alumni and during the annual Alumni Awards Banquet. This year’s recipients reflect the diversity of fields where Highlands’ graduates have made a difference. In addition, the university recognizes a distinguished professor emeritus and Spirit Award members. Robert Atencio –…

  10. Bonnett, Martinez Win Art Scholarships

      Bonnett, Martinez Win Art Scholarships New Mexico Highlands University fine arts students Rachelle Bonnett and Mark James Martinez were awarded Lorraine Schula Outstanding Art Student Scholarships for fall semester.   The two seniors were selected for the $1,900 scholarships based on the high quality of their portfolios, and their involvement in the fine arts…