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Fiesta Latina to feature live music, art, food
Western New Mexico University is introducing a new annual summer event with Fiesta Latina this weekend. The three-day event includes mostly free, family-friendly components highlighting the rich colors and traditions of the Latino culture. See complete schedule: fiestalatina.org 
Grant County Business Resource Expo
Tired of running in circles looking for resources to help your business? The Small Business Development Center invites you to attend the Grant County Business Resource Expo to be held on June 15. Read more.
Community job sharing site created for area employers

Area employers looking to hire college students for seasonal, part-time or full-time jobs can now share their employment opportunities on the Western New Mexico University website. Read more. 
Gnilozubov and Wetton tabbed CoSIDA Academic All-Americans

Junior Vladimir Gnilozubov (Kazakhstan, Astana/Kazakhstan) and senior Harry Wetton (Bedford, England/The Bedford School) were each named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-American At-Large Third-Team on Thursday.

Both advanced to the national ballot after landing on the All-District Team in May. Read more.
Admission advisors urge early registration for fall


Students looking to register for the fall semester are encouraged to do so before classes are full and fewer options available.

The fall semester begins Monday, August 14. Students that wait until the end of the summer season often lose out on creating their optimal schedule. Read more.

 
Men's Tennis No. 25 in final ITA rankings, Dalio/Gnilozubov finish 6th in nation

Following a season in which they claimed the ITA South Central Region doubles title and finished third at the Oracle Cup, redshirt junior Tristan Da Lio (Casablanca/Academie des Hauts de Nimes) and junior Vladimir Gnilozubov (Kazakhstan, Astana/Kazakhstan) finished seventh nationally in the final ITA rankings of the season. The Western New Mexico University men's tennis team took home a 25th nationally ranking. Read more.
 
WEEKEND MOVIES at LIGHT HALL THEATER
$2 for adults, $1 for children, free to WNMU students
 

No Movie 
June 16-18
Smurfs: The Lost Village (PG) 
June 23-25
The Fate of the Furious (PG-13) 
June 30 - July 2


See trailers: movies.wnmu.edu 
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