A desire to help others is what has inspired the Luna Community College Student Senate to again lead a holiday drive in partnership with The Samaritan House of Las Vegas.
The Highlands University Jazz Ensemble will be performing in concert on Thursday, Dec. 2, at 6 p.m. at Ilfeld Auditorium. The concert is free, and attendees will be required to wear masks.
Just one year after Luna Community College ended a three-year struggle to maintain accreditation, the college has again been placed on probationary status.
Highlands University is hosting Shop Small Mall—a convenient one-stop shop where people can do their holiday shopping and support Las Vegas’ businesses. The Shop Small Mall event will take place in the Highlands University Student Center on Dec. 1, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
With demand for acute care, vaccinations and testing heightened by COVID-19, the pandemic has underscored the significance of nurses and other health care professionals.
Ruben Aragón, director of the Donnelly Library at Highlands University, received the 2021 New Mexico Leadership Award from the New Mexico Library Association, or NMLA.
San Miguel County commissioners during their Tuesday meeting agreed to apply for a grant to create a coordinator position to oversee early childhood education.
A consultant told Luna Community College trustees one of their biggest challenges when it comes to facilities is having too many campus buildings for its 807 students.
A student team from New Mexico Highlands University was among 11 high school and college teams to participate in a video gaming competition last week.
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