Men’s Tennis Edged by St. Edward’s in South Central Regional

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SILVER CITY, N.M. – Just like the match earlier this season, it all came down to the final singles point to decide the winner. No. 26 Western New Mexico University men’s tennis team fought back to tie at four-all when No. 27 St. Edward’s was able to claim the deciding point at No. 2 singles

Be Part of 2015’s Annual Academic/Research Symposium

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Silver City, NM- Western New Mexico is holding the 10th Annual Academic Student Research Symposium and Career Fair where students, staff and the public can enjoy student-generated research projects, creative works, public service projects, technological, industrial and applied technological projects, scholarship of teaching and learning exhibits, innovative ideas, and other exhibits. Dr. William Norris, one

Invertebrate Zoology Students Headed to Mexico

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Silver City, NM – Western New Mexico University has always encouraged hands-on involvement in their courses, from the Police Academy, to Education, to the Natural Science Department, all departments have found a way to give students the opportunity to go out and experience the real thing. This semester Dr. Manda Jost, from the Natural Science

Winners for Creative Writing Contest Announced

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Silver City, NM – On Febuary 18, Western New Mexico University English Department hosted an award ceremony for the winners from last semester’s Creative Writing Contest. The contest was separated into five categories; Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Academic Essay and Freshman Essay. The contest was prompted last semester and was open to all undergraduate Western

Celebrating Black History Month @ Yankie Creek Coffee House

When: February 22, 2015 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Where: Yankie Creek Coffee House – 112 West Yankie Street, Silver City, NM 88061, USA Cost: Free Celebration of Black History Month, readings by Elise Stuart, Silver City Poet Laurete, Jeffery Scott, Beate Sigriddaughter, Judith Kenney. Music by Amos Torres, Tom Romancik aka Houndog, Sponsored