A media arts student, a fine arts student, would-be geologists and an environmental geology professor have all traveled to the Czech Republic for a summertime project that several students describe as life changing.
The New Highlands University Board of Regents will convene for its regular meeting on Friday, June 2, 2023, at the Santa Fe Higher Education Center, Room 159, 1950 Siringo Road, Santa Fe New Mexico, and livestream via Zoom Platform (https://nmhu.zoom.us/j/99373471046). The Board will conven…
The Wall Street Journal’s editor-in-chief and United World College-USA alumna Emma Tucker cautioned the class of 2023 to sift through social media and fake news to find truth, and to stand up for the facts.
Local artist Alex Allington recently completed the Rough Rider Resilience mural in the Student Success Building on the Luna Community College campus. Alex’s design was selected by students, staff, and faculty as the favorite out of nine submissions in a Luna Strong Mural contest. The contest…
The Robertson High School girls’ tennis team fought their way to the State Championship match this past weekend marching their way through the bracket with a 5-0 victory over Deming in the Quarterfinal round, followed by a 5-1 defeat over Espanola Valley High School.
The Robertson High School softball team re-affirmed its place at the top of 3A last weekend, claiming its second consecutive state championship with a 10-4 win against top-seeded district rival Santa Fe Indian School.
Building strong relationships was at the heart of the speech presented to New Mexico Highlands University graduates during a graduation ceremony Saturday at the John A. Wilson Complex.
On Cinco de Mayo, Mora Independent School District students enjoyed a lunch meant to honor the holiday, be healthy and of course, taste delicious.
New Mexico Highlands University faculty have taken action in hopes that the state government will step in to mitigate a number of concerns at the school.
Luna Community College received notice late last week from the National Junior College Athletic Association indicating that baseball coach Harry Estep will be suspended for 10 games. Earlier in the season, Coach Estep was ejected from three games for non-violent, unsportsmanlike behavior dur…
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