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  • Wedding Bells
  • Where Angels Sing
  • Traveling exhibition coming to Highlands

    Submitted to the Optic

    The Ray Drew Gallery at New Mexico Highlands University will present Return of the Corn Mothers, a photographic exhibition featuring the stories and portraits of multi-generational and multi-cultural women of the Southwest.

    This exhibition is on loan from Metropolitan State College of Denver, Department of Chicana/o Studies Journey Through Our Heritage program.
    The traveling exhibition is a 2007 Rocky Mountain Women’s Institute award winner and a 2009 Colorado Endowment for the Humanities award recipient.

  • Women’s Club Officers
  • Rocking Rhythms
  • Local elected to VP post

    Submitted to the Optic

    David Maestas, a 2009 graduate of West Las Vegas High School and former resident of Las Vegas, was recently sworn in as vice president of Associated Students of New Mexico State University, the student government of New Mexico State University in Las Cruces.

    ASNMSU, an independent entity from NMSU administration, provides services for more than 18,000 students on the NMSU main campus.

    Maestas was elected  in March by a vote of 1,291-754 over his opponent.

  • Elk of the Year
  • Wedding Bells
  • HU choir to perform with Santa Fe Symphony

    By Margaret McKinney
    Highlands University

    The New Mexico Highlands University Madrigal Choir will perform “Journey’s End” in concert with members of the Santa Fe Symphony at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 29 in Ilfeld Auditorium.

    The concert features Las Vegas composer Linda Rice Beck’s Requiem and German composer Jean Berger’s Exiles.

    The Highlands University choral director, Andre Garcia-Nuthmann, will conduct the concert.

  • Domínguez retires from Los Alamos laboratory

    Submitted to the Optic

    Martín V. Domínguez who has been the Labor Relations Program Manager/Group Leader at Los Alamos National Laboratory since Dec. 1, 2008, retired late last month.

    He has been responsible for negotiating and administering 14 collective bargaining agreements with more than a dozen building and construction trade unions; facilitating labor arbitrations, grievance mediations, and responding to Federal and State agencies on employment and labor relations claims.