New Mexico Head Football Coach Bob Davie celebrates achieving bowl eligibility after defeating the Nevada Wolfpack on Sunday, Nov. 6, 2016 at University Stadium. The Lobos beat the wolf pack 35-26 early morning around 1 a.m. due to a weather delay that shut off the power to Branch Field.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump held his second rally in Albuquerque, New Mexico at Atlantic Aviation near the Albuquerque Sun Port Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. Tump was welcomed by hundreds of supporters in a converted air craft hanger, along with opposition groups inside the rally and out. Trumps last visit to Albuquerque sparked riots between protestors and Albuquerque Police Department officers.
On Sept. 22, we asked Daily Lobo readers to submit their own designs for potential new versions of UNM's official seal, which local groups have been calling for, alleging that the current seal is offensive.
Here is what we have received since then. Any other submissions received for the rest of the semester can be added to this gallery. Bring them to our office in Marron Hall, or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
These are a series of various Daily Lobo photographers images collected throughout the 2016 Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. Check back regularly for further additions as the fiesta goes on.
The All Kinds Festival, hosted by Humbird NM founders Josh Stuyvesant and Kyle Ruggles, took over fourth street on Saturday, welcoming Albuquerque’s creative giants to reign supreme. In addition to five large art installations, the promise of live music, galleries and spoken word snaked through various downtown locations. Whether it was jazz at Deep Space Coffee, pop-up local vendors at Sister Bar, the Reptilian lounge or a Canne film showing at Kimo theatre, there was something for everyone to check out.
Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson embraces his granddaughter after speaking at the Albuquerque Convention Center on Saturday afternoon. Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico, is running with former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld.
Teammates embrace senior forward Niko Hansen, center, after scoring his second goal in the first half against UNLV Monday August 15, 2016 at the UNM Soccer Complex. The Lobos trumped UNLV with a 3-0 victory and will play Fort Lewis this Thursday as part of their second out of three preseason matches.
Several Satellite Coffee employees from around the city met at the Flying Star commissary to assemble a float to be apart of the 2016 Albuquerque Pride Parade. Workers split responsibilities between assembling signs and constructing a large coffee cup. The floats final construction will take place on Saturday before the parade starts.
The New Mexico Lobo Baseball team beat the Nevada Wolfpack 14-4 in the seventh inning for the Mountain West Championship Saturday May 28, 2016 at Santa Ana Star Field. The Lobos trailed the Wolfpack in the early innings but added points to the score board with multiple home runs from Chris DeVito, Carl Stajduhar and others. The game was called to an early ending by officials due to a ten point mercy rule in the seventh inning.
Thousands of people gathered in downtown Albuquerque to support or protest presidential candidate Donald Trump. The rally toke place within the Albuquerque Convention Center and protestors gathered outside and clashed with police officers. Demonstrators repeatedly broke through police barriers and threw objects at officers.
Every Saturday morning, Carolina Belmares Ortega wakes up early to head over to UNM to mentor students who are in the Simon Scholars Program. Ortega dedicates her time to being a model to other individuals.
Ortega is finishing up her MA in Counseling in May. She will be the first female in the family to complete a higher education degree.
“One story that captures my whole present being is my family, and all the hard work they have done for me and my siblings.”
Ortega’s parents came from Mexico during the Reagan Reformation hoping to create a better life for herself and her siblings.
“As difficult (as it was) for them, we are starting to see the fruits of their action to change,” said Ortega.
After graduating, Ortega hopes to “continue spreading the seed of hope to my community, which I will continue to serve my community through advocacy in the social, educational and personal components. In addition, I will continue to remain focused on promoting personal growth for those I serve through support and leading by example.”