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Women's History Month

Kick Off Tabling for Women's History Month

Date: March 4th  Time: 11:30-12:30 pm Location: CUB Lobby Description: To kick off Women's History Month 2024. Multicultural Affairs women will be handing out flyers, giveaways, and promoting the upcoming events for March. Contact: Native American Affairs at 575.562.2470 or

My Journey to ENMU Luncheon: First Lady, Stephanie Johnston

Date: March 5th Time: Signing for lunch at 11:30 am (going through the line) Presentation will follow at 12 pm Location: Sandia Room (CUB) Description: Mrs. Johnston will be sharing her education and career path, professional development, and what she brings to Eastern New Mexico University, as the First Lady. **Preferred RSVP by February 29th** Contact: Multicultural Affairs @ (575)562-2454 or email

Frida Kahlo: A Life in Paintings

Date: March 6th Time: 2 PM Location: Sandia Room (CUB) Description: Dr. Jovana Gómez, Assistant Professor of Spanish at the Languages and Literature Department at ENMU, will go over the life of Frida Kahlo and how it influenced her paintings, especially emphasizing her role as a part of the Mexican Communist Party. Contact: Hispanic Affairs at (575)562-2451 or email

Nigerian Culture of Fashion and the Standards of Styling: Fashion Show

Date: March 7th Time: 6 pm Location: Greyhound Lounge (lower level CUB) Description: Meet Dr. Anu Ogunleye, ENMU Assistant Professor of Agriculture, also a professional fashion designer, author, public speaker, entrepreneur, and mentor who is passionate about women's empowerment and knowledge transfer. She will discuss and show the Culture of Fashion and the Standards of Styling in a fashion show format from Nigeria. Contact: African American Affairs, 575- 562-2437. Email:

Acudetox Healing

Date: March 19th Time: 2 pm Location: Sandia Room (CUB) Description: Kathlin Panteah from the Zuni Pueblo and member of "The National Acupuncture Detoxification Association", will present Acudetox from Zuni Pueblo which is an alternative method of treatment for individuals seeking to outpatient therapy. This non-verbal healing method, suitable for infants to the elderly, helps reduce symptoms of depression, anxiety, sleep quality, aggression, focus, concentration, and regain clarity, making it a safe and effective therapy option. Contact: Native American Affairs at 575.562.2470 or

Proudly Indigenous, Unapologetically Beautiful

Date: March 20th Time: 2 PM Location: Sandia Room (CUB) Description: Join us for a day of discussion and healing as we explore the beauty and power of Indigenous women with Cece Meadows, Founder and CEO of Prados Beauty who is Xicana and Indigenous (Yaqui & Tiwa Tribe). Cece will share her story of strength, resilience, and healing through her connection to the land, therapy and makeup.  Contact: Native American Affairs at 575.562.2470 or

Holi Festival

Date: March 25th Time:  2:00-2:30 pm-Presentation 2:30-3:00 pm-Color Throwing Celebration Outside, Grass Area behind Dallan Sanders Patio Location: Sandia Room (CUB)/ Outside Description: Dr. Priyanka Shailat, Assistant Professor of CDIS in the department of Health and Human Services from Delhi, India, will present about the Holi Festival of Colors which is celebrated in various parts of the world in the Spring season. Its origins are in South Asia. People gather to celebrate with colors after sunrise. T-Shirts, Powder Colors and Googles will be provided. Contact: International Affairs at (575)562-4915 or

Be Beautiful Be You Workshop

Date: March 26th Time: 2 pm Location: Sandia Room (CUB) Description: Mother and Daughter Duo, Bridget and Brenda Steele in this workshop, will explore the essentials of personal development. Join them as they delve into uncovering and acknowledging unique individual traits, cultivating healthy relationships, and establishing realistic and achievable goals. It's a transformative journey towards self-discovery and growth. Contact: African American Affairs, 575- 562-2437. Email:

The Beauty of Being Bilingual

Date: March 27th Time: 2:00 pm Location: Sandia Room (CUB) Description: Mrs. Yitzen, English/Coordinator of American Language and Culture from Mérida, Yucatán Mexico, will present the advantages of bilingualism for personal, professional, and academic growth and the services that the ENMU Language Lab provides for promoting language learning.  Contact: International Affairs at (575)562-4915 or


ENMU Sunset Yoga with Shawndra

Date: March 28th Time: 6:00pm-7:00pm Location: Dallan Sanders Patio (back side of CUB)  (Zia if weather is not favorable) Description: Celebrate the finale of Women's History Month with Shawndra Perez. She will talk about her journey as a Licensed Massage Therapist and a certified Yoga instructor. She will be teaching us about basic yoga poses and their sequence and the importance of mediation and being in the moment. Contact: Hispanic Affairs at (575)562-2451 or email