2-26-08 ENMU Briefs

Faculty / Alumni • Darron L. Smith, Department of Agriculture, and ENMU undergraduates Alexandra Brooks and Julia Acree recently published an article titled “Intensive Grazing Management for Beef Cattle Production.” The article can be found in the Spring 2008 edition of Keystone Cattlemen. • Manuel Varela, associate professor of biology, and his research colleagues have […]

2-19-08 ENMU Briefs

Faculty / Alumni • Music Department professors Lindsay Beasley, flute; Tracy Carr, oboe, Tamara Raatz, clarinet; Michael Ellzey, trumpet; Bruce Keeling, trombone, and Neil Rutland, percussion, performed an all Wagner Concert with the Roswell Symphony on Feb. 9 at Pearson Auditorium in Roswell. • The newly-formed ENMU faculty Woodwind Trio, featuring Lindsay Beasley, flute; Tracy […]

1-22-08 ENMU Briefs

ENMU presenting ‘Perla de Luna’ The Department of Theatre and Dance at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales will present “Perla de Luna” at 7 p.m. nightly Wednesday through Saturday in the University Theater Center, Studio. General admission is $4. Directed by Felipe Macias, professor of theatre at ENMU, the play is part of a […]

11-20-07 ENMU briefs

ENMU closed for Thanksgiving Eastern New Mexico University will be closed for the Thanksgiving Break Thursday through Sunday. The Golden Library will re-open on Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., then observe regular hours on Saturday and Sunday after Thanksgiving. The computer center will observe regular hours on the Saturday and Sunday after Thanksgiving. […]

Professor offers Halloween history lesson

By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor The origins of Halloween are vastly different from the holiday celebrated today in America, according to an Eastern New Mexico University history professor. He promises to enlighten people on the holiday’s origins and myths in a noon lecture today in the Sandia Room at the Campus Union Building at […]

Sometimes, it’s OK to receive

By Helena Rodriguez: Freedom New Mexico I was a little saddened to hear that Father Benedict Begin passed away on Sept. 27. At first the name didn’t ring a bell, but then I thought “Father Ben.” Father Ben had been one of my favorite priests, only I didn’t realize it back then, when he was […]

May 24, 1976

• Dr. Robert Matheny, associate professor of history at Eastern New Mexico University is named dean of the Clovis campus. Matheny has been a member of ENMU’s faculty since 1968. • Dairymen across the country lobby Congress to put pressure on the Department of Agriculture to keep butter mandatory for all school lunches.

Graduation season prompts advice

By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor For me, high school graduation was extremely anti-climatic. I was glad high school was over and ready to move on to something new. Little did I know 30 years ago just how many graduations I would attend over my lifetime. I was focused on getting that one done so […]

Meetings Watch: ENMU Board of Regents, May 11, 2007

The Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents met in special session Friday morning. Several action and information items were discussed during the meeting. ENMU president Steve Gamble gave the board a review of the past year’s activities, including: l Five major accreditation teams visited the campus over the past year. Gamble reported that the […]

First Amendment Conference held

By Ashley Lee: PNT Staff Writer Students and community members alike attended the First Amendment conference Wednesday co-sponsored by Eastern New Mexico University’s department of Communicative Arts and Sciences and the Chase. The panel discussion was designed to encourage people to question American media’s role during wartime, say organizers. Amber Davis a Public Relations Student […]

Homicide, pop culture get ENMU classes

By Paula Cronic: PNT Staff Writer Two classes added to Eastern New Mexico University’s summer schedule and a new degree program added to the fall schedule may allow students to gain a better understanding of real-life situations and some hands-on experience. “Popular Culture” and “Homicide” will be available for students during the second session of […]

Almost 370 to graduate from ENMU today

By Tony Parra: Freedom Newspapers The Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents members were glad to see that almost 370 will be graduating from ENMU today and are expecting many construction projects on campus over the next couple of years. They talked about both of these topics during a regents’ meeting Friday morning. “This […]

Oct. 13 Local Briefs

Group to discuss preparedness The Roosevelt County Democratic Women will sponsor a luncheon for the Democratic Party at noon on Monday at the Territorial House. Chuck Haman will speak about Emergency Preparedness in Roosevelt County. Everyone is welcome to attend this dutch-treat luncheon. There will also be the classic Frank Capra film “Mr. Smith Goes […]

ENMU professor wins annual state award

PNT Staff An Eastern New Mexico University marketing professor known for his laid-back approach is the school’s fourth honoree as New Mexico Professor of the Year in the last nine years. Dale Davis, a professor at ENMU since 1982, attended an awards luncheon Thursday in Washington, D.C., in honor of state winners, as well as […]

Oct. 5 Obituaries

Warren Armstrong, 70 Warren Armstrong, 70, of Ketchum, Okla., died Friday, Oct. 1, 2004, at his home. He was born on Oct. 16, 1933, in Tidioute, Pa., to Mead and Mary Armstrong. He married Joan Gregory on April 19, 1974, in Minneapolis. He received a bachelor’s degree from the Baptist College and Seminary in Pennsylvania, […]

Personalities Plus: Manuel Varela

Your name: Manuel Varela Your job: Associate Professor of Biology at ENMU Your age (and birth date): 41 years old, December 3, 1962 Your hometown: Santa Fe, NM Occupation: University Professor and Scientist Your family (spouse, children, names and ages): Wife, Ann (40 years old); Son, Timothy (10 years old), and Son, Edward (6 years […]

Preparations begin for 12th annual Ag Expo

Michelle Seeber The state of New Mexico’s economy much depends on agriculture and ranching, and for the past few years, the dairy industry has brought even more dollars into the state. To keep up with the changing trends and newest products of these industries, the Roosevelt County Chamber of Commerce and the Roosevelt County Extension […]

Art professor brings life to coffee shop

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By Mike Linn A local art professor has brought new meaning to the term “grande” cappuccino. If this seems a bit confusing, take a look at the mural she recently finished in the courtyard of the Do Drop In coffee shop. Micki Muhlbauer, an art professor at Eastern New Mexico University, painted a trio of […]

Professor enjoyed work, life

By Angela Peacock A brilliant man with a dry sense of humor who had a unique outlook on life is how Troy Hunt said he will always remember his close friend Lee Scanlon. “Even though he understood the seriousness of (his profession) and of what others did, he found humor as a means of helping […]