Luna Community College Angie (Fereshteh) Manafy’s science class went to the
water treatment plant located in Montezuma as part of their research
regarding water purification. The group is shown here in front of the
Victor Ramirez, who served as president of the Luna Community College
Student Government last year, won his re-election bid. David Montaño won
for vice-president. Ramirez defeated Amanda Leora Martinez. Montaño
defeated Kevin Arviso. These were the only two contested races.
Also winning were Amberlynn Sena (Secretary) and Jamie Stewart
(Treasurer). Joseph Esquibel, Jessica Sandoval, Carmelita Ulibarri and
Chelsea Navarette were elected as senators.
“I want to thank the students that took the time to go vote,” said
Ramirez. “I wish more students would have voted. We want to continue a lot
of things we began last year—continue the coat ...
The next month will be filled with high expectations, excitement,
and collaboration. It may even be an emotional roller coaster? We’ll
focus on our jobs, gathering more evidence for our resource room, improving
communication with each other, and preparing for the big occasion, our
Higher Learning Commission, North Central Accreditation team visitation
which will take place October 13-15, 2014. Andrew Carnegie, Scottish
American industrialist who led the enormous expansion of the American steel
industry in the late 19th century, said, “Teamwork is the ability to work
together toward a common vision and the ability to direct individual
accomplishments toward ...
It is with great pleasure that the Board of Directors of the Viles
Foundation and the Crimmin Scholarship Committee invite the public to
celebrate the dedication of the Viles and Crimmin Residence Hall on the
campus of New Mexico Highlands University on Friday, September 19.
Please join in the recognition of Emiteria “Matie” Martinez
Robinson Viles and Ken and Sue Crimmin as part of the NMHU Homecoming week
festivities. The event is scheduled to begin with a meet and greet at 10
a.m. at the residence hall across from Melody Park.
To date, more than $2.5 million has ...Read Full Article.
Luna Community College along with New Mexico Highlands University will be
sponsoring “College Night 2014” from 5-7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 21 at the
New Mexico Highlands University Student Union Building. The event is open
to high school juniors and seniors along with their parents as well as
anyone interested in obtaining college information.
Faculty and staff from both institutions will be available to discuss such
things as admissions, financial aid, registration, certificate and degree
programs, scholarships and transferring of courses.
“I want to thank all Luna Community College and Highlands University
faculty and staff who will participate in ...
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