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Japanese Techno-Dance Troupe Siro-A at Highlands October 16

Las Vegas, N.M  Siro-A, the Japanese technology infused dance troupe, performs Oct. 16 at 7:30 p.m. in New Mexico Highlands University's historic Ilfled Auditorium, 900 University Ave. Siro-A …
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Goat Helps Control Weeds at Highlands Stadium

  A miniature goat named Brownie munches weeds in the south end of the Highlands University Leveo and Patricia Sánchez Family Stadium Sept. 24. The university's Facilities Services division enlist…
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HU Homecoming October 10 – 21

Las Vegas, N.M. New Mexico Highlands University's homecoming festivities kick off Oct. 10 and continue through Oct. 21. The theme for homecoming this year is "Celebrating 125 Years Highla…
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Grant in Media Arts Supports Libraries in Developing Cultural Heritage Hubs

  Las Vegas, N.M. New Mexico Highlands University media arts and technology students and faculty will support the creation of cultural heritage hubs at rural libraries in Northern New Mexico, tha…
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Author and Professor Gabriel Meléndez Presents at Highlands September 26

Las Vegas, N.M Highlands University presents native New Mexican author and professor Gabriel Meléndez in a talk at Donnelly Library Sept. 26 at 6 p.m. at 802 National Ave. Meléndez will also re…
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Recent Retention and Graduation Rates Increase at Highlands

Las Vegas, N.M. Recent retention  and graduation rates at New Mexico Highlands have increased. According to the university's Office of Institutional Research, overall fall-to-fall retention ra…
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Art Opening at ARMAS September 21

Las Vegas, N.M. The New Mexico Highlands Art @ ARMAS exhibition opens Sept. 21 at 4:30 p.m. and features the work of Santa Fe painter Eli Levin and others. The public reception is for the new per…
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Student Mary Miller Donates Celestial Tree Sculpture to Highlands

Las Vegas, N.M. An 11-foot-tall steel tree sculpture depicting the total solar eclipse of 2018 is planted firmly in the earth in front of New Mexico Highlands' Burris Hall, thanks to a donation…
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Katrina Ortiz in Social Work Lands Social Policy Internship

Las Vegas, N.M. ­ A New Mexico Highlands social work graduate student landed an internship aimed at helping develop social policy in New Mexico through the lens of global social justice. Katrina …
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New Mexico Painters Exhibition Opens

Las Vegas, New Mexico, artists from the left Meredith Britt, Nacho Jaramillo, and Kimberly Reed-Deemer talk at the opening reception for the Fifth Invitational New Mexico Painters Exhibition at Highl…
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President Minner Greets Students at Robertson High School

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Donnelly Reading Group Explores Magic in Literature

Las Vegas, N.M. – An upcoming reading group at New Mexico Highlands will explore magic in literature such as a Harry Potter book. Donna Woodford-Gormley, a Highlands University English professor, wil…
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Two Concurrent Fine Arts Exhibitions in Burris Hall

  Las Vegas, N.M. New Mexico Highlands presents two concurrent fine arts exhibitions that feature portraits by a Polish artist and paintings that are a collaboration between national artists and …
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Ruthy Watson New HU-CARES Director

Las Vegas, N.M. Ruthy Watson is the new director for New Mexico Highlands University's HU-CARES, the Center for Advocacy, Resources, Education and Support. Watson is not new to Highlands. She w…
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Highlands Celebrates 125th Anniversary With Traditional Matanza

Edward Martínez, left, Rico Blea, and Eric Romero lift a kettle of roasted pork head from the matanza pit at New Mexico Highlands' 125th anniversary celebration, a traditional matanza, Aug. 25 at …
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