Cadaver gives ENMU students new learning opportunities

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While classmates may be intimidated with working on a cadaver, two Eastern New Mexico University students are eager to put on scrubs and seize the rare opportunity. Junior Meghan Howard is among the students in the science department that gets to work with the school’s first cadaver, which was donated to the science department and […]

Students bring their best to regional science fair

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Kevin Wilson

ENMU hosting regional science fair

ENMU press release Eastern New Mexico University in Portales will host the annual Southeastern New Mexico Regional Science Fair in the Campus Union Ballroom on Saturday. The Science Fair is open to students from the 6th through the 12th grade. Entries are being accepted for individual projects and team projects (Junior Division only). The entry […]

Dora news — Feb. 21

Science fair The Dora Science Fair was held Feb. 14; and sponsor and science teacher Leslie Lewis is proud to announce the following winners: • Grade 4 — Sarron Simpson; Grade 5 — Gideon Kuykendall • Grade 6 — Lance Fletcher and Vince Gardner • Grade 7 — Bailey O’Connor and Charlyn Simpson • Grade […]

My turn: Science fair judging can be simplified

By Betty Williamson: PNT columnist Science fair season is upon us, and I am sure ours is not the only home sporting a wobbling tri-fold board and a hastily-constructed hypothesis. Due to my inability to say no, I have helped judge a number of elementary science fairs over the years. Based on that experience, I […]

ENMU briefs — Aug. 3

Associated professor serves as program director Eastern New Mexico University Associate Professor of Physics Bill Andersen served as director of the Summer Science Program at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology campus June 18 through July 24. Out of around 670 applicants, 72 students from around the globe were chosen to attend. The […]

Military mama: Soothing children’s fears part of parental duties

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There are so many times in life that I wish that I were more eloquent and far faster on the trigger when it comes to answering tricky questions. I never thought that I would be stumped long before the birds and the bees need be addressed.

May 17 — Elida news

Events Tuesday: High school awards, 7 p.m.; Mobile Science Spectrum for grades K-6, noon. Thursday: Last day of school, 1 p.m. release. Elementary awards, 9 a.m. Saturday: Graduation, 7 p.m.

Heading Home: The art and science of diapering

The following is an excerpt from “Heading Home with Your Newborn: From Birth to Reality” (Second Edition): At an average of 25 cents per diaper for brand-name disposables and about 3,000 diapers, you can expect to spend around $750 during your first year of diapering _ and that’s not even factoring in wipes, diaper creams, […]

Thursday morning briefing: ENMU Science fiction and film, business snips and movie whiz kids

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. Science fiction fact Eastern New Mexico University is hosting annual High Plains Film Festival in conjunction with the 35th Jack Williamson Lectureship series beginning today through Saturday. Here’s a link for the series schedule and other info: http://www.enmu.edu/academics/williamson/lectureship.shtmlQuirky quote of the day “Put your […]