ENMU shrimp boil raises scholarships for freshmen

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Alisa Boswell Eastern New Mexico University’s annual alumni shrimp boil fundraiser raises thousands of dollars each year for Portales High School students to attend ENMU. The event is being held Aug. 13. Trish Maguire, director of distance education and alumni board member at ENMU, said the event has been held for seven years, usually in […]

ENMU briefs —

ENMU Wants Freshmen and Seniors to take an Online Survey Freshmen and seniors will have their say in an online survey later this month. The National Survey of Student Engagement will compare Eastern New Mexico University’s results to other campuses in the Southwest, other public universities like ENMU and the entire NSSE cohort. This summer, […]

Freshmen may help Hounds

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Dave Wagner BLACKWATER DRAW — Eastern New Mexico University freshman wide receiver Greg Scott was used to running a no-huddle offense in high school at San Antonio Stevens. After about a week, he’s trying to adapt to the Greyhounds’ high-octane attack. “It’s a lot faster,” Scott said after the Hounds went through a two-hour scrimmage […]

ENMU faculty offer tips for incoming freshmen

Argen Duncan With the beginning of college classes just around the corner, what can freshmen do to succeed in their new environment? Eastern New Mexico University Vice President for Student Affairs Judith Haislett started at the beginning, advising students to relax on move-in day. “We will get everything done,” she said. “It’s a fun, busy […]

ENMU freshmen prep for CNFR

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By Kevion Wilson: Freedom New Mexico Just five months ago, Michael Trujillo and Chance Kiehne were just another pair of freshmen trying to learn the ropes of college rodeo, and having each other as partners. Now, they’re confident they’re five weeks away for a national championship. “I think we have a really good chance,” said […]

Nov. 20 -Nov. 26 What's Happening

Friday Freshmen Showcase — 7 p.m., Eastern New Mexico University Theatre Center. Admission is $4. Information: 562-2711. The Nutcracker performance — 7 p.m., Marshall Auditorium. Admission is $5. Tickets may be picked up at the Arts Academy at Bella Vista or at the door, pending availability. Information: 769-4435.

ENMU focuses on incoming freshmen

By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer It’s that time of year at Eastern New Mexico University as freshman students begin arriving on campus, making the sometimes difficult transition from high school to college. Students have to deal with new living expenses, being away from their family and friends, while going to school and working. Chinese […]

Aug. 27, 1975

Freshmen lined up for fall semester registration at the P.E. complex this morning at ENMU.

Dawg Days events give ENMU freshmen a college sneak peak

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By Mickey Winfield, Freedom New Mexico The middle part of August is commonly referred to as the ‘dog days’ of summer. But at Eastern New Mexico University, it’s simply known as Dawg Days. Dawg Days is a new student orientation held every August before the fall semester classes begin, and it’s purpose is to help […]

Gateway routs Floyd 62-0

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By Mickey Winfield, PNT Staff Writer FLOYD — The Gateway Christian Warriors lit up the scoreboard and the stat sheet Saturday afternoon in Floyd, battering the Broncos 62-0. The Warriors posted 38 in the first quarter and never looked back. Junior Joshua Hunter led the Warriors with three touchdowns, including an 81-yard run, a 60-yard […]

Initiatives established to improve retention

By Helena Rodriguez: PNT Staff Writer The Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents briefly discussed freshmen retention during a meeting Friday, an issue President Steven Gamble said is an ongoing problem. Gamble passed out a list of initiatives the campus would like to improve to increase ENMU’s freshmen retention rate. The endeavors include: —Employing […]

Things may be starting to look up for young Elida boys

By Dave Wagner ELIDA — It’s been about seven years since the Elida boys basketball program enjoyed a winning season. While they likely aren’t ready for a state title run just yet, the Tigers anticipate improvement in 2004-05 despite a 13-player roster which includes eight freshmen and just one junior and one senior. At least […]

Freshman-sophomore battle one for the ages

By Bob Huber A tradition persisted in my hometown involving freshman hazing at our local college, the Colorado School of Mines. It culminated in a public showing of manly strength in the center of town as sophomores faced freshmen in a mighty tug of war across Clear Creek. You have to understand that few of […]

Roommate draw the first step in life

By Mike Linn More than 100 Portales High School students graduated on Friday. Many look forward to college, four years of eating cheap pizza, participating in late-night study sessions and embracing the college social scene like a farmer does rain in the drought-riddled plains of eastern New Mexico. For some, the transition can be trying: […]