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  • Home-school College Day at UNM-LA

    The University of New Mexico-Los Alamos will host Home-School College Day from 10 a.m. to noon Feb. 13. The event is open to students in grades seven through 12, and their families. College officials ask that those planning to attend to RSVP in order to ensure there will be sufficient food and information packets on hand.
     The event begins in the Student Center, with a welcome speech from Executive Director Dr. Cedric Page. Students and family will take a tour of campus and sit in on mini-lectures from the professors of some of the classes UNM-LA offers regularly.
     The College Day will take place along with a Student Government mixer for UNM-LA students, called “Explore Your Future.” At this mixer, faculty will have displays and information from their departments on the degree programs offered and the career paths in each field. A wide variety of studies will be represented: fine arts, fire science, business, math, health science, engineering, computer technology, communications and applied technologies.
     Advisors from UNM in Albuquerque will also be on campus to meet with students pursuing bachelor’s degrees.
     Questions and RSVPs can be made by calling Grace Willerton at 661-4690.
    From a press release
     

  • Home-school College Day at UNM-LA

    The University of New Mexico-Los Alamos will host Home-School College Day from 10 a.m. to noon Feb. 13. The event is open to students in grades seven through 12, and their families. College officials ask that those planning to attend to RSVP in order to ensure there will be sufficient food and information packets on hand.
     The event begins in the Student Center, with a welcome speech from Executive Director Dr. Cedric Page. Students and family will take a tour of campus and sit in on mini-lectures from the professors of some of the classes UNM-LA offers regularly.
     The College Day will take place along with a Student Government mixer for UNM-LA students, called “Explore Your Future.” At this mixer, faculty will have displays and information from their departments on the degree programs offered and the career paths in each field. A wide variety of studies will be represented: fine arts, fire science, business, math, health science, engineering, computer technology, communications and applied technologies.
     Advisors from UNM in Albuquerque will also be on campus to meet with students pursuing bachelor’s degrees.
     Questions and RSVPs can be made by calling Grace Willerton at 661-4690.
    From a press release
     

  • Home-school College Day at UNM-LA

    The University of New Mexico-Los Alamos will host Home-School College Day from 10 a.m. to noon Feb. 13. The event is open to students in grades seven through 12, and their families. College officials ask that those planning to attend to RSVP in order to ensure there will be sufficient food and information packets on hand.
     The event begins in the Student Center, with a welcome speech from Executive Director Dr. Cedric Page. Students and family will take a tour of campus and sit in on mini-lectures from the professors of some of the classes UNM-LA offers regularly.
     The College Day will take place along with a Student Government mixer for UNM-LA students, called “Explore Your Future.” At this mixer, faculty will have displays and information from their departments on the degree programs offered and the career paths in each field. A wide variety of studies will be represented: fine arts, fire science, business, math, health science, engineering, computer technology, communications and applied technologies.
     Advisors from UNM in Albuquerque will also be on campus to meet with students pursuing bachelor’s degrees.
     Questions and RSVPs can be made by calling Grace Willerton at 661-4690.
    From a press release
     

  • Home-school College Day at UNM-LA

    The University of New Mexico-Los Alamos will host Home-School College Day from 10 a.m. to noon Feb. 13. The event is open to students in grades seven through 12, and their families. College officials ask that those planning to attend to RSVP in order to ensure there will be sufficient food and information packets on hand.
     The event begins in the Student Center, with a welcome speech from Executive Director Dr. Cedric Page. Students and family will take a tour of campus and sit in on mini-lectures from the professors of some of the classes UNM-LA offers regularly.
     The College Day will take place along with a Student Government mixer for UNM-LA students, called “Explore Your Future.” At this mixer, faculty will have displays and information from their departments on the degree programs offered and the career paths in each field. A wide variety of studies will be represented: fine arts, fire science, business, math, health science, engineering, computer technology, communications and applied technologies.
     Advisors from UNM in Albuquerque will also be on campus to meet with students pursuing bachelor’s degrees.
     Questions and RSVPs can be made by calling Grace Willerton at 661-4690.
    From a press release
     

  • Home-school College Day at UNM-LA

    The University of New Mexico-Los Alamos will host Home-School College Day from 10 a.m. to noon Feb. 13. The event is open to students in grades seven through 12, and their families. College officials ask that those planning to attend to RSVP in order to ensure there will be sufficient food and information packets on hand.
     The event begins in the Student Center, with a welcome speech from Executive Director Dr. Cedric Page. Students and family will take a tour of campus and sit in on mini-lectures from the professors of some of the classes UNM-LA offers regularly.
     The College Day will take place along with a Student Government mixer for UNM-LA students, called “Explore Your Future.” At this mixer, faculty will have displays and information from their departments on the degree programs offered and the career paths in each field. A wide variety of studies will be represented: fine arts, fire science, business, math, health science, engineering, computer technology, communications and applied technologies.
     Advisors from UNM in Albuquerque will also be on campus to meet with students pursuing bachelor’s degrees.
     Questions and RSVPs can be made by calling Grace Willerton at 661-4690.
    From a press release
     

  • Home-school College Day at UNM-LA

    The University of New Mexico-Los Alamos will host Home-School College Day from 10 a.m. to noon Feb. 13. The event is open to students in grades seven through 12, and their families. College officials ask that those planning to attend to RSVP in order to ensure there will be sufficient food and information packets on hand.
     The event begins in the Student Center, with a welcome speech from Executive Director Dr. Cedric Page. Students and family will take a tour of campus and sit in on mini-lectures from the professors of some of the classes UNM-LA offers regularly.
     The College Day will take place along with a Student Government mixer for UNM-LA students, called “Explore Your Future.” At this mixer, faculty will have displays and information from their departments on the degree programs offered and the career paths in each field. A wide variety of studies will be represented: fine arts, fire science, business, math, health science, engineering, computer technology, communications and applied technologies.
     Advisors from UNM in Albuquerque will also be on campus to meet with students pursuing bachelor’s degrees.
     Questions and RSVPs can be made by calling Grace Willerton at 661-4690.
    From a press release
     

  • Home-school College Day at UNM-LA

    The University of New Mexico-Los Alamos will host Home-School College Day from 10 a.m. to noon Feb. 13. The event is open to students in grades seven through 12, and their families. College officials ask that those planning to attend to RSVP in order to ensure there will be sufficient food and information packets on hand.
     The event begins in the Student Center, with a welcome speech from Executive Director Dr. Cedric Page. Students and family will take a tour of campus and sit in on mini-lectures from the professors of some of the classes UNM-LA offers regularly.
     The College Day will take place along with a Student Government mixer for UNM-LA students, called “Explore Your Future.” At this mixer, faculty will have displays and information from their departments on the degree programs offered and the career paths in each field. A wide variety of studies will be represented: fine arts, fire science, business, math, health science, engineering, computer technology, communications and applied technologies.
     Advisors from UNM in Albuquerque will also be on campus to meet with students pursuing bachelor’s degrees.
     Questions and RSVPs can be made by calling Grace Willerton at 661-4690.
    From a press release
     

  • Briefs 01-25-13

    NM proposal for concealed handguns in schools

    SANTA FE (AP) — Schools in New Mexico could allow an employee to carry a concealed handgun on school property under a proposal by a Republican legislator.
    State law prohibits guns on school premises except in limited instances, such as by police and school security guards.
    The legislation by Sen. Sue Wilson Beffort of Sandia Park comes a month after a Connecticut school shooting that claimed the lives of 26 children and school workers.
    Under Beffort’s proposal, a school could designate one of its workers to bring a loaded, concealed handgun on campus if the individual was licensed to carry the weapon.
    The National Rifle Association has advocated placing armed guards in all schools. President Barack Obama has proposed gun law changes, including a ban on assault-style weapons.

    Rain and snow forecast for New Mexico this weekend

  • Update 01-25-13

    Blood drive

    United Blood Services will host a blood drive from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Jan. 29 at Los Alamos High School’s speech theater.

    'Show Some Class'

     Fuller Lodge Art Center’s newest exhibit, “Show Some Class,” will open with a reception from 1-3 p.m. Saturday at the art center.

    'Messiah'

    The Los Alamos Choral Society and the Los Alamos Symphony Orchestra will present “Messiah” by George Frederick Handel, from 3-6 p.m. Sunday at the Duane Smith Auditorium.

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    Ice rink closure

    The Los Alamos County Ice Rink will close one hour early on Feb. 15 to accommodate a private group.  Public skating will be from 1:45-6 p.m. Contact the Ice Rink at 662-4500 with any additional questions.

    Science fair

    The Los Alamos Community is invited to view County Science fair projects from 1-3 p.m. Saturday at Los Alamos High School.  

  • Raw: Massive Croc Escape at S. Africa Farm

    About 7,000 crocodiles escaped a crocodile farm when the gates on a dam were opened this week to alleviate pressure created by rising flood waters. About 2,000 have been recaptured, the Beeld newspaper reported Friday.