Middle school student teacher Luke Cordova says that keeping his pupils focused on academics during a time when they are becoming aware of their social lives is tough.
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Globalization. It's a word we hear thrown around a lot these days, usually in conjunction with words such as "protest," "evil" and "corporations." But what is it, really? What are the WTO and NAFTA, and why exactly does their existence cause street battles between activists and police?
Numerous UNM students say they will do anything to avoid having to use the restrooms in Mitchell Hall, but the relatively new facilities in Dane Smith Hall got high marks for cleanliness and design.
UNM police officers evacuated Castetter Hall for about two hours after the department received a bomb threat call Tuesday morning.
About 60 protesters held signs that said, "Hate Crimes Will Not Be Tolerated" and "Copper Lounge is Anti-queer" Thursday night outside of the bar in response to an alleged hate-crime altercation between employees and patrons in November.
In the basement of the renovated bookstore, boxes and unplugged computers sit atop desks in cubicles where student organizations moved after SUB construction began nearly a year ago.
Larry Crumpler, research curator at the Museum of Natural History, has proposed a landing site for the 2003 Mars Exploration Rovers mission, which aims to learn more about water on the planet by studying its rocks.
The LodeStar Astronomy Center's Starry Nights exhibit, which lasts until the end of February, gives stargazers of all ages the chance to peer at constellations and planets after taking a virtual reality zoom through the galaxy and solar system.
UNM student Jessica Irwin spent much of her Sunday evening pacing through the dark Church Street CafÇ in Old Town in search of paranormal activity and a ghost named Sarah.
Paul Steele, a professor of corrections sociology at UNM, says he has visited prisons, walked the corridors of psychiatric wards, sat in electric chairs and stood in gas chambers in an attempt to gain an understanding of his field.
With heightened security and protests nationwide due to last month's terrorist attacks, attorneys offered suggestions on handling police confrontation and emphasized the importance of understanding civil rights during a campus forum Wednesday.
People can vote for their favorite mayoral and City Council candidates as well as a variety of bond issues today at various polling locations in Albuquerque.
Some UNM students have closely followed the mayoral race and plan to vote during Tuesday's election despite overwhelming media coverage of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Dana Bowman, who lost his legs in a skydiving accident, told a crowd of children and adults to focus on their abilities during a presentation at the Carrie Tingly Hospital Wednesday.
People will get a peek at how the UNM Hospital staff deals with bloody accident victims and children who get popcorn lodged in their ears tonight on "Trauma: Life in the E.R." on the Learning Channel at 6 and 9 p.m.
As American flags continue popping up in front of houses, restaurants, in car windows and on T-shirts, many UNM students are pondering their patriotism and support of possible retaliation for last week's terrorist attacks.
About 400 members of the UNM community gathered around the Duck Pond Thursday night during a candlelight vigil to remember those who died in this week's terrorist attacks in New York, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania.
Kevin Gover, a former Bureau of Indian Affairs director, discussed the overlapping of tribal and state authority with Tom Gede, a state law official during a debate Monday at the UNM Continuing Education Center.
Two campus debates, one featuring Gov. Gary Johnson, will address drug policy and American Indian sovereignty tonight at the UNM Continuing Education Conference Center.
Baker Morrow, who spent years establishing the Landscape Architecture master's program at UNM, was recently named a fellow by the American Society of Landscape Architects.