Daily Lobo reporter, Dylan Haworth, dissects Senate Joint Resolution Three (The Green Amendment) and House Bill 9. State Senator (District 16) Antoinette Sedillo Lopez, YUCCA Steering Committee member Artemisio Romero y Carver, and State Senator 9District 23) Harold Pope Jr. speak on the importance of environmental legislation in New Mexico.
Daily Lobo reporter Daniel Ward, interviews Dr. Richard White, the Associate Professor of Tuba and Euphonium at the University of New Mexico. Read the full story on Richard White here: https://www.dailylobo.com/article/2021/02/unm-tuba-professor-builds-legacy-through-kindness
This year, freshman at the University of New Mexico have had the start of their college experience reduced to a primarily digital format. The Daily Lobo sat down with some UNM students who spoke of their experiences on campus and in the dorms during the COVID-19 pandemic. Video by Dylan Haworth.
On Jan. 21, the Biden administration announced a moratorium on leasing new oil and gas projects on federal lands. The Daily Lobo spoke with student activists on campus about their thoughts on New Mexico’s future. Video by Dylan Haworth.
On Jan. 27 a protest was led by the University of New Mexico’s graduate student union after the university attempted to block them from unionizing. The protest was held in front of the University House along with a car parade that drove around the area. Video by John Scott Read the full story here: https://www.dailylobo.com/article/2021/01/grad-students-protest-at-presidents-house-for-right-to-unionize
Discussing the benefits that dogs have on our mental health, Daily Lobo reporter Daniel Ward interviews Sherry Mangold, who serves on the board of directors for the Southwest Canine Corps of Volunteer. Read the full story here: https://www.dailylobo.com/article/2020/11/protecting-the-dog-pack-during-pandemic Photos taken by Daniel Ward, and were provided by Sherry Mangold, Jasmine Hernandez and Aly Aragon.
APD responded to a call that Daniel Carr was standing on the side of the road with an "All Lives Matter" sign, later a "Fuck BLM" sign, and had on at least one occasion pulled a gun out and pointed it at drivers who disagreed with him and his sign. Body cam footage is from June 30, 2020.
Courtesy video from Zoey Craft, co-founder of Fight for Our Lives. Albuquerque Police Department detains armed counter protester during the during an anti-mask protest in Albuquerque Civic Plaza on July 19, 2020.
Recently released footage from an Albuquerque Police Department helicopter camera which shows the arrest of 18-year-old Noah Tapia on May 28th, 2020.
A photograph of two New Mexico State Police officers climbing atop the University of New Mexico’s George Pearl Hall carrying what appeared to be sniper rifles on Sunday evening has circulated widely on social media, drawing condemnation from the campus community in all directions. Data editor Joe Rull conducted an interview with President Stokes to ask her about her stance on NMSP carrying snipers during protests, and whether she would condemn the action moving forward. Produced by Data Editor Joe Rull.
Graduating senior Justin Garcia reflects on his time at UNM and how a fateful event on campus inspired him to pursue a career in journalism. As editor-in-chief for the Daily Lobo, he was a well regarded figure, known for his kindness and willingness to speak his mind. Produced by Multimedia Reporter Fischer Knapp.
Student Activities Center plans to go forward with their annual Star Wars day, but with a new twist, holding it all virtually. The virtual day will include lego star wars creations, Starwars trivia and even a Star Wars cosplay contest. Produced by multimedia reporter Fischer Knapp
Multimedia reporters Fischer Knapp looks at how the rainforest pitch competition is adapting to their new virtual format.
The Southwest Film Center and the Wilderness Alliance are partnering to again to bring to Telluride Mountain West Film Festival back to UNM. It showing this weekend in the UNM SUB theater. Produced by Celeste Nunez
Multimedia Reporter, Marco Torrez, traveled to in Washington D.C. to document the 46th annual national pro-life march, March for Life. Pro-Life supporters have gathered in the national mall since every year since the year after Roe v. Wade legalized abortion in the United States.
Multimedia reporter Marco Torrez traveled to our Nation's Capitol to document the third annual National Women's March. Check out Megan Holmen's article on the Women's March here in Albuquerque to see what occurred closer to home. http://www.dailylobo.com/article/2019/01/abq-womens-march-2019