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Monthly Archives: July, 2016

  1. New Art Deco Style Mural Installed in Historic Ilfeld Auditorium

    Margaret McKinney/Highlands University Highlands University graduate Dyna Amaya-Lainez touches up her oil painting July 13 that replaces the missing Depression-era mural in the university’s historic Ilfeld Auditorium. The Art Deco style mural was installed the same day. The series of eight New Deal Era murals is complete again, thanks to Amaya-Lainez and the New Mexico…

  2. Geology Student Conducts Research in Czech Republic and Poland

    Las Vegas, N.M. – A Highlands University geology student participated in a research expedition to the Czech Republic and Poland that will shed new light on how extinct volcanoes function. The research can potentially help predict eruptions in active volcanoes. Jeff Falance, a 28-year-old senior from Santa Fe, New Mexico, joined European scientists and Highlands…

  3. Jessica Jaramillo New Director of Recruitment and Admissions

    LAS VEGAS, NM – There was never a doubt in Jessica Jaramillo’s mind about the importance of an education. Her mother was a New Mexico Highlands graduate and enjoyed a 30-year teaching career. Her favorite aunt is a pharmacist. “My mother always stressed education, and I really looked up to my aunt,” Jaramillo said. “I…