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Group assails Bush order

A global women's issues panel at the UNM Law School Tuesday raised lingering concerns about President George W. Bush's recent action on reproductive rights. The order, signed during the elder Bush's administration and suspended when Bill Clinton ... Read More


Scholars honor astronaut

Ronald E. McNair scholars planted a tree outside of the Special Programs building Monday in memory of an astronaut whose death has provided UNM minority ... Read More

Sports

Spahn proud of team as season nears end

The UNM swimming and diving team's season ended this weekend, with only the Mountain West Conference Championships Feb. 14-17 in Oklahoma City, Okla., remaining. Coach Bill Spahn said the conference championship is the most important meet of ... Read More

Close losses still plaguing Lobos

Close losses still plaguing Lobos

Garnering close wins is something New Mexico has attributed to being a young ball club. UNM is just 7-13 in games decided by two runs or less. ... Read More

The Howl

The Howl: Jan. 18, 2015 episode

The students may have left campus during winter break, but the news kept coming out of UNM. The Howl's Michael Sol Warren looks at what happened over ... Read More

Culture

5 & why with Finnie Coleman

5 & why with Finnie Coleman

The moments that define a generation and genre of music can be as simple as an awards ceremony or as big as a rising star. Finnie Coleman, associate professor of African American studies, taught Introduction to Hip-Hop Culture in fall 2014. The course ... Read More

Opinion

Column: Reluctant reviewer reflects on critical years

I never wanted to be a monster. I never really wanted to be a reviewer. But I just want to say: it’s been a weird gig. I’ve always been a theater person — actor, writer and director, when I’m lucky — but I never thought I would ... Read More