Virtual Homecoming October 19-24 2020

Virtual Homecoming October 19-24 2020

HU International Women’s Day Celebration March 8

Photo Margaret McKinney/Highlands University

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HU International Women’s Day Celebration March 8

Victorine Agbor Apai, a political science graduate student from Cameroon, speaks at New Mexico Highlands University’s International Women’s Day Celebration March 8. Capella Smith, right, is a freshman social work student with dual citizenship from the U.S. and the Netherlands. The women were part of a Highlands’ student panel addressing international women’s issues on the 100-year-anniversary of the first International Women’s Day. A crowd turned out for the evening celebration that also included food, music, dance, poetry and art pieces. The event was sponsored by the university’s Women’s Studies Program, the Women’s Center, the Media Arts Program, and Women for a Change, a student group.