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ENMU Builds Four Pet Waste Stations
by Wendel Sloan
(L-R) Physical Plant employees Polo Ortega and Richard Tivis finished installing the pet waste stations on Wednesday, Jan. 25. (photo by Wendel Sloan)
For the convenience of those who walk their pets on campus, Eastern has installed four pet waste stations.
Each station comes with bags and a trash can. They are located by the Administration Building, Campus Bookstore, between the Campus Union Building and College of Business Building, and between the campus fountain and Jack Williamson Liberal Arts Building.
“We want to make strolling on campus a more pleasant experience for everyone—employees, students and community members,” said Ronnie Birdsong, vice president for University Relations and Enrollment Services. “Pet owners are conscientious, and this will make it easier for them if they forget to bring their own bags.”
ENMU’s Greyhound mascots, Vic and Tory, had their paws imprinted in cement on the foundation of the pet waste station by the Campus Bookstore on Tuesday, Jan. 24.
ENMU employees Ronda Hutcherson and Polo Ortega assisted Vic and Tory in having their paws imprinted in the fresh cement of the foundation for the pet waste station near the Campus Bookstore on Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 24.
(photos by Josh Lucero)
Ronda Hutcherson immortalizes the names of Vic and Tory and the year 2012 in the still-wet cement of the foundation of the pet waste station near the Campus Bookstore. (photo by Josh Lucero)
“We really appreciate pet owners taking advantage of these new stations,” said Ted Fares, director of the Physical Plant. “It not only makes the campus more inviting, but helps prevent diseases.”
Fares said that, if there was a demand, ENMU would be open to adding pet waste stations in other locations on campus.
For more information, call Fares at 562.2511.
|Video Alert||Doggywood Walk of Fame|
Watch video of Vic and Tory getting their paw prints immortalized in the cement foundation of the pet waste station near the Campus Bookstore on Tuesday, Jan. 24. – [video] (video by Wendel Sloan)
Etiquette Training for Students Continues This Semester
by Jennifer Neilson
The spring semester will continue with class and style as Student Affairs will broadcast helpful tips for students to improve their etiquette, according to Dr. Judith Haislett, vice president for Student Affairs. The tips will be distributed around campus leading up to the Etiquette Dinner which on Feb. 23 in the CUB Ballroom at 6 p.m.
The dinner will consist of a presentation by consultant Jackie Ingle from Professional Edge with Dr. Chris Taylor, dean of the College of Business, as the emcee. The focus will be on appropriate dress, presentation and interviewing.
Sodexo is donating the dinner as a gift to ENMU students.
This evening will be a required training for RA staff as well as for some in various departments.
There will be four tips of the week between now and Feb. 23:
Eliminate the phrase “You Guys.” Try a week without it, just say you!
There is no privacy. If you post it, the world knows it!
Eliminate “um.” Try counting your “ums;” instead of saying “um,” be quiet before you continue speaking.
You are your song. Ringtones and messages say a lot about you. As a start, avoid: Rap ringtones, songs with personal messages and profanity.
For more information, call 575.562.2221.
|Radio Spot||Audio Alert|
Listen to an ENMU radio spot running on area stations during Clovis and Portales High School and ENMU games. – [spot]
|'South Pacific' at ENMU in 1957|
May 2-3, 1957 – ENMU grad Jim Slone provided this photo of ”South Pacific” performed in Greyhound Gym. Sandra Bevel played “Liat” and Betty Wolfenberger played “Bloody Mary.” Jim sang “Younger Than Springtime.” He says, "It was fun. Kissing Liat was pretty nice! And to think I was only 20."