ENMU briefs — Dec. 21

Hispanic Affairs gathering school supplies Hispanic Affairs has taken the lead in gathering school supplies for the Bethel Orphanage, located in Juarez, Mexico. The drop off box is located in The Alley by the Hispanic Affairs’ door. All the donations will be delivered during Spring Break.

ENMU builds early lead, notches first Lone Star Conference win

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Kevin Wilson CLOVIS — It’s not really a home contest, but Eastern New Mexico University’s men were happy to take a game 20 miles away at Clovis High’s Rock Staubus Gym. And it wasn’t a full game, but 10 good minutes was just enough for the Hounds to get their first Lone Star Conference win. […]

My turn: Which gender is better suited to lead?

In Newsweek, Moshe Dayan’s widow, Ruth Dayan, 95, expressed pessimism about peace between Israelis and Arabs. “I long for the old Israel…It was about living together, working together, creating a bridge. “I’m friends with so many Arabs. This government does not represent my values…Both sides think they are freedom fighters.” Three area women surprised me […]

Zias fall to ACU in three

Freedom New Mexico Neely Borger collected 12 kills and eight block assists Saturday night as Abilene Christian cruised to a 25-20, 25-17, 25-16 Lone Star Conference volleyball victory over Eastern New Mexico University at Greyhound Arena. ACU (17-12, 11-6 LSC) led most of the way, although the Zias (5-22, 1-17) made the first set interesting […]

Libertarians lead invisible life

In day-to-day life, being a libertarian really doesn’t attract any attention. We are pretty much invisible. We are the neighbors who mind our own business. We probably don’t have noisy parties but won’t call the cops about yours. We are the people who pick up the dropped keys for the person struggling with grocery bags. […]

Officials elected to lead us, not serve us

Freedom New Mexico Let’s stop acting like we’re too morally pure to tolerate a sexting fetishist in Congress. Though some great Americans serve in government, an assortment of perverts, cads and garden-variety losers comprise our political class. The boundaries of tolerance for bad behavior were defined nicely in 1983 by four-term Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards, […]

Press release: Terry tabbed to lead Greyhound baseball program

PORTALES, N.M. — Eastern New Mexico University Athletic Director, Dr. Jeff Geiser has announced the addition of Chris Terry to the staff as the Greyhounds new baseball coach. Terry joins the ENMU staff after a highly successful stint at Culver-Stockton College (Mo.) and succeeds Phil Clabaugh, the Greyhound coach for the last 20 years. “I […]

My turn: Social media may lead to stress

Here’s a new term to add to your medical terminology, “Facebook Depression.” I prefer the term “Facebooked,” as in zoned out. According to a new study by the American Academy of Pediatrics, blah … blah … blah… You can fill in the blanks. It’s not rocket science. Teen and tweens and people who think they […]

Clay, Herrin lead Zias past Kingsville

Freedom New Mexico KINGSVILLE, Texas — Senior forward Cat Clay scored a season-high 23 points, hitting seven consecutive 3-point shots in one stretch, and junior forward Precious Herrin had 24 points and 12 rebounds Wednesday night as Eastern New Mexico University’s women ended a seven-game losing streak with a 75-61 Lone Star Conference South Division […]

My turn: Hunger pangs lead to unique sayings

Helena Rodriguez When my sister Julie gets really hungry she says, “My big tripas are eating my little tripas.” This translates into, “My big gut is eating my little gut” or as my Uncle Paul’s wife, Roxanne, of Arkansas, says, “My belly button is about to munch on my spine.” Most of us know the […]