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Student Service Club Lends Help After Guatemala Volcano Eruption

Las Vegas, N.M.  New Mexico Highlands students lent a hand sweeping  and shoveling volcanic ash from the streets following the deadly Fuego volcano eruptions that started June 3 in Guatemala an…
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Fourth of July Fiestas 2018

Fiestas de Las Vegas 2018 Schedule: Friday June 29, 2018 5:30pm - 6:30pm - La Reina Mass & Procession at Our Lady of Sorrows Church with Mariachi Cardinal6:30pm - 7:00pm: La Reina Procession7:00pm…
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Graduate of Media Arts Plays Key Role in Building New Meow Wolf Exhibits

Las Vegas, N.M. A Highlands University media arts and technology graduate is playing a key role in building new exhibits for Meow Wolf, a highly successful Santa Fe immersive and interactive art …
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Theater Costume Exhibit Opens at Highlands

 Las Vegas, N.M. An exhibition of theater costume concepts by an Albuquerque-based designer are on display at Highlands University's Kennedy Alumni Hall. Carmen Schein, who has designed theate…
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Professor To Publish Paper Examining Popular Cuban Art Form

Las Vegas, N.M. A New Mexico Highlands University English professor will publish a paper about a popular Cuban art form called repentismo or improvised poetry. Donna Woodford-Gormley, the only Sh…
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Professor to Deliver Keynote at Medieval History Conference in Prague

Las Vegas, N.M. A New Mexican Highlands history professor will deliver the keynote address at an international medieval history conference in Prague that focuses on literacy during the later Midd…
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Media Arts Interns Make Their Mark at Cultural Institutions

Las Vegas, N.M. Fifteen New Mexico Highlands media arts and technology students will make their mark at cultural institutions throughout the state this summer using the latest multimedia technolo…
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How To Get Started In The Paddlesports

Welcome to the wonderful world of paddlesports, where water whisks you away into a magical paradise and pastime you can pursue forever with family and friends. It provides exercise, a way to get out …
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How To Kayak: The Basics Made Easy

Contrary to popular belief, you don't need many technical skills to go paddling because today's craft are more stable than ever. The hardest part is knowing when to stop—time has a way of slipping by…
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Drawing Art Camp for Youth July 23 – 27

Las Vegas, N.M. Middle and high school students will have the chance to take drawing classes and learn about artistic masters such as Rembrandt at a free summer art camp at Highlands University, …
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Graduate Geology Student Conducts Research on Santa Fe River Water

Las Vegas, N.M. A New Mexico Highlands geology graduate student will conduct a hydrogeology research study of the lower Santa Fe River that aims to measure the quantity and quality of the water a…
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Hiking Boots--Six Great Choices Your Feet Will Love

Spring is walking time, whether you’ve chosen to hike to your favorite lake or get out on trails that finally are snow-free. Here are six boots that will coddle your heel and arches while performing …
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Camping Gear--10 Best New Products For Summer

There is nothing quite like a spring or summer camping trip to help us reconnect with nature and recharge our batteries. The warmer weather is a perfect excuse to gather up friends and family, head o…
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10 Best 4x4 Vacation Adventures in the USA

We go four-wheeling for many reasons. One is the challenge of traveling tough terrain armed with driving skill and the mechanical capabilities offered by a 4x4’s power and traction. Another is to exp…
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Jessica Johnsen Will Attend Largest Conference for Women Computer Scientists

Las Vegas, N.M. ­­ A New Mexico Highlands computer science professor received a faculty scholarship to participate in the world's largest gathering of women computer scientists. Jessica Johnse…
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