Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Spookiest of Moonlit Walks a Success!

I am so excited to thank the over 35 people who came out to our Moonlit Walk last week! As we walked through the woods, learned about the Witch of Saratoga Springs, and shared in a *legal* campfire (thank you to Jewels for her … Continue reading Continue reading

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Duke’s Nicholas School of the Environment Information Session

Duke’s Nicholas School is a School of the Environment – not Environmental Sciences, or Environmental Studies, but the Environment. We strive for a new paradigm, one that views and attempts to understand the earth and the environment including humans as an integrated whole. And one that advances a more sustainable future by strategically focusing its […] Continue reading

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Mandatory Job Shadow Orientations – Oct. 1, 2, 6, Bolton 282, 6 PM

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Junior Workshop Series – #1 Kickoff. September 30, Bolton 281, 6 PM

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Pumpkin Spice, Man

Hey friends! What’s up! I’m so sleepy. I was out late last night and had rehearsal this morning. LIFE OF A THEATRE MAJOR AM I RIGHT? I’m right. I’m always right. Except when I’m wrong. Anyway, school is now in … Continue reading Continue reading

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Graduate and Professional School Expo 2014

Save the date, Graduate and Professional School Expo 2014 is coming!

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Career Fair 10-9-14

Attend this career fair to meet with various government, criminal justice & non-profit agencies. A list is provided at List of Attending Agencies
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He’s Here, He’s Gay, Get Used to It: Senior Year, Here We Come

Hey friends! ‘sup, peasants? It’s been a while. Literally over a month. I guess life and my demanding internship and the other half of my job (running the incoming first-year Facebook page) got to me and I haven’t had the … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Atlas of Historic New Mexico

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Title

The Atlas of Historic New Mexico

Date

2008

Description

This website is an online “atlas” or exhibit with twenty historic maps of New Mexico, annotated with descriptions by the mapmakers and by other people living, working, and exploring in what is now the state New Mexico.

Language

Eng

Creator

New Mexico Humanities Counci

Website Item Type Metadata

Record Creation Date

9/1/2014

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