Scholar Spotlight: Andrew Joy Makes Us Aware of A.I.

Andrew Joy

Do you feel threatened by your own cellphone, and feel like it may takeover you sometime soon? Well, according to Andrew Joy, Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be seen as a threat to human existence, but he views it as a benefit to our future society. Joy is a Masters student in the Interdisciplinary Studies program.

Enter If You Dare! Music Program Holds Haunted House


Silver City, NM- This Tuesday will be the last time for Mustangs to visit Mozart’s House of Horrors. What was once Parotti Hall, the designated music building for Western New Mexico University students, has now become Mozart’s House of Horrors- a home for cobwebs, spiders and allegedly killer clowns. Visits are being sponsored by the

Homecoming 2017: Lip Sync Battle


Silver City, NM- Mustang Entertainment lived up to their name by engaging a full house of WNMU students and staff in a colorful and energetic “Lip Sync Battle.” Students ranged from solo acts to group performances, including an entire sports team taking the stage, making for a very diverse and overall wild night. The show

ASWNMU Offer Snow Cones Throughout the Summer

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Silver City, NM- The Associated Students of Western New Mexico University are providing free Snow Cones for all students throughout the Summer months. On Wednesdays, between 12-m and 2-m, students can go to the third floor of the Student Memorial Building for an ice-cold treat. Among the wide variety of flavors offered by Student Senator

Student Wellness: Support for Sexual Assault Survivors


As we continue to look into the issue of sexual assault, it’s important that all of us keep in mind that this does not only affect the victim, but also their friends and family. So today, I want to focus on you, those who have a loved one who has been sexually assaulted. Victims tend

Graduates Showcase Artwork at BFA Art Show


Silver City, N.M. – Eight graduates presented their art work during the Bachelors of Fine Arts Speak Out Exhibition at the McCray Gallery last Thursday night. The event was intended for the students to express their ideas, thesis and material of their art to an audience. The eight students are Mike Garner, Corina Silva, Atziry

Student Wellness: What Can You do if You are Sexually Assaulted?


Sexual assault does happen on college campuses, and it is important for all students to know and understand that there are different avenues to turn to after experiencing sexual assault. Ultimately, the choice is yours, and you need to decide what would be best for you so that you have the all the help you

Student Spotlight: Brooklyn Misenhimer


Silver City, NM- A common attribute for high school students in Arizona with the ambitions of playing a collegiate sport at a Division Two, Division Three, or NAIA-level would have to be going somewhere out of state given their abilities and sport. Brooklyn Misenhimer is one of these students, a Tucson native, born and raised

Delta Mu Delta’s “Bald-uary” a Success


Silver City, NM- The culmination of Delta Mu Delta’s “Bald-uary” fundraiser was held early on Monday, March 20 with fifteen of the nineteen men having their heads shaved to benefit Men’s Health. Individuals such as former ASWNMU President Lawrence Garcia, Student Service Specialist David Cota, Associate Professor Dr. Benjamin Cline were gathered to the third

Event Showcasing Women in Literature Held In Miller Library


Silver City, N.M. – The Women’s Voices: Past and Present event was held at the Western New Mexico University Miller Library this past Thursday evening. Here, women’s literature, poetry, and speech were acknowledged, demonstrating the struggles and success they’ve had in recent and past years. The event began with Mary Leen, an English professor at