ENMU international enrollment grows

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By Clarence Plank: PNT Staff Writer Broadcast major Mumi Zhao came to Eastern New Mexico University to get the one thing that wasn’t an option back home in China–on-air experience. “Back in China they teach broadcast theory classes so we don’t have a chance to practice,” Zhao said. “Here we have a TV station, so [...]

Dora girl places lamb in Louisville

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By Argen Duncan: PNT Senior Writer Stefanie Neuhaus, 16, took the Reserve Champion Market Wether lamb title at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Ky., Nov. 15. Her lamb “Energizer” placed second among the market lambs of all breeds at the show. More than 1,100 lambs competed. “Oh, it was just overwhelming,” Neuhaus [...]

ENMU piano student set to compete

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By Celena Cordova, PNT Staff Writer Eastern New Mexico University music performance major and international Chinese student Chenggang Wang loves competition, and his drive for competition helped him win first place in the Young Artist’s Piano Competition for New Mexico at the beginning of this month. According to a press release, Wang is now preparing [...]

It’s Their Job March 11

Name: Peter Thompson Job: Dentist, Thompson DentistryTime on job: 9 yearsBackground: Thompson was born and raised in Seattle Wash. He came to eastern New Mexico with the Air Force and graduated from Eastern New Mexico University Suma cum Laude then moved to Houston for Dental School at University of Texas.He holds a Fellow of Academy [...]

Nov. 18 Club Notes

Altrusa Altrusa International of Portales, met on Monday in the Sandia Room at Eastern New Mexico University with 20 members and two guests present. President Beverly Bennett presided over the business meeting and conducted the opening ceremonies. JoNell Brooks gave the Altrusa accent. Nancy Legleiter, secretary read the minutes of the previous meeting. She also [...]

Law of the Sea Treaty won’t fix problems

Editorial On May 15, President Bush offered further evidence that he has strayed far from traditional Reaganite Republican principles by urging the Senate to ratify the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea Treaty. With a Democratic majority, ratification has become a possibility. It would be a mistake. The Law of the Sea Treaty [...]

Council celebrates International Literacy Day

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer The Roosevelt County Literacy Council will host a block party on Saturday in celebration of International Literacy Day. “It’s to bring awareness to our community about our programs,” Roosevelt County Literacy Council Executive Director Pete Martinez said. The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at [...]

Slavery continues to exist around world

Editorial This editorial might have been published to commemorate Black History Month. Or, on Feb. 23, the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the British slave trade. Or Jan. 1, the day the Emancipation Proclamation freed American slaves in 1863. When it comes to slavery, sadly, it’s always timely. Inhumanity is timeless, reducing free people [...]

March 2, 1969

The members of Chi Chapter Beta Sigma Phi entertained their sister chapters, XI Lambda and Preceptor Gamma at an evening party recently at the REA Hospitality Room with an international dinner consisting of foods prepared from all over the world. The tables were decorated with dolls dressed in costumes of many nations and flags of [...]

Hounds held scoreless on the pitch

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers It took Texas A&M-International a while to get going, but once the Dustdevils broke through they turned its men’s soccer match against Eastern New Mexico University into a rout. Junior midfielder Raul Quinones took a through pass from Gregory Malumba in on ENMU goalkeeper Leif Craddock and beat him with [...]