Albuquerque's Spring Crawl just keeps getting bigger every year - from the ticket prices and crowd attendance to the advent of national acts mixing with the local scene.
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Former death row inmate Juan Melendez Jr. said Tuesday that he was not saved by the system, but something else altogether.
College of Education graduate students will get feedback from peers on their research ideas - minus any pressure - at the 7th Annual Graduate Student Research Colloquium today.
The UNM Board of Regents selected two new vice presidents in a special meeting Thursday, bypassing the University's requisite national search for vice presidential positions.
Once again, New Mexico was the nation's epicenter of poetry during its 22nd Annual Taos Poetry Circus from June 6-14.
OK - when's enough enough?
Doctors are not God.
I feel safe.
Former U.S. Sen. Gary Hart's visit goes to the heart, pardon the pun, of the Democratic Party's continued lack of power and the entire political system in general.
On the topic of violating free speech, which seems to be an oft-occurring event these days, four teachers are suing Albuquerque Public Schools for First Amendment infringement.
Susan Sarandon as Annie Savoy in "Bull Durham," one of the greatest baseball movies ever, said that, "The world was made for people who aren't cursed with self-awareness." It seems as if she's speaking right to Baseball Hall of Fame President Dale Petroskey.
It's time to celebrate National Poetry Month. Let's do it with a healthy dose of suppression.
This week, a Florida college student newspaper was shut down and its entire editorial staff had 15 minutes to pack up personal belongings as the locks of the paper's office were changed.
Despite frustration from its new members, the UNM Board of Regents on Wednesday unanimously passed the 2003-04 fiscal year budget which includes a 4.5 percent increase in tuition and fees and a 3 percent increase in faculty salaries.
As the University community acclimates itself to the war in Iraq, faculty and administration members are looking at several ways to help foster both an educational and safe experience for the campus.
Historian and guest speaker Thomas Ch†vez said that the American Revolution was actually a world war and Spain was at its forefront.
A new cigarette tax bill, which will provide funding to the UNM Cancer Research and Treatment Center, is being filtered through the New Mexico House of Representatives and could see some action tomorrow.
A two-year process finally came to a head Monday when the UNM Board of Regents unanimously passed the World Bank Bonds Resolution.
Velma Kelley nails it when she breathlessly says, "OK fellas, keep your socks up, 'cause you ain't seen nothin' yet," because the musical has returned to the big screen with all that jazz and then some.