UNM will receive $200,000 during the next two years to redesign its Psychology 105 class in hopes of making it more efficient and effective by using information technology.
Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of New Mexico Daily Lobo's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
80 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
Rebecca Vigil-Giron, New Mexico secretary of state, said Wednesday that one of the main reasons young people don’t vote is because they are not involved in the process.
Students sat on the floor of the College of Arts and Sciences Advisement Center on Tuesday because every seat in the waiting room was taken.
Let’s face it, of all of the people paired to be campus roommates this year, some just won’t get along.
President Bush promoted small businesses, tax relief, improved relations with Mexico and education accountability on Wednesday during a speech at the opening ceremony for the Barelas Job Opportunity Center in Albuquerque.
Friends and family say former UNM professor Howard Dittmer had a love for biology and students that seeped into every part of his life.
About 20 people yelled that they had not been allowed past metal detectors to see President Bush’s speech in Barelas on Wednesday, although a chamber official said the event was public.
Chris Blea knelt on the ground and looked up in silence as his cousin, Martin Abeyta, ripped at ropes — trying to secure himself to tree limbs. Abeyta jumped and wrapped his arms around branches.
Graduate student government members said goodbye and ate gooey burritos during their last meeting of the semester Saturday morning.
It’s not uncommon to see UNM student Ben Tucker wearing a papier-mÉchÇ capitalist pig mask or a cheerleading outfit as he screams, “My back is achin’. My bra’s too tight. My booty’s shakin’ from left to right. Shout it out — revolution!”
The Senate approved $675 in rollover funding for the Black Student Union but rejected a bill that would make "a beast of almost mythical proportions" the Senate's mascot.
Some are leaving because of opportunities or frustration. For others, it's just their time to go. Wednesday night was the last Senate meeting for senators who will not be returning in the fall.
Mike McEntee, a city councilor and Republican mayoral candidate, will speak about city politics and answer questions tonight at 7 p.m. in room 127 of Dane Smith Hall.
SANTA FE — On Friday night, a screen flashed behind Gooding accompanying his funky guitar riffs with footage of bugs crawling back and forth, bobbing ostrich heads and grape Kool–Aid swirling in a glass pitcher. Occasionally, Gooding stood in front of the projector, placing his own silhouette on the screen.
Students and faculty say it’s hard to escape the ringing and gabbing that comes with cell phones on campus, and some professors are trying to quiet the noise in their classes.
Larry Waldman of UNM’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research said the University’s enrollment will likely increase when New Mexico’s minor construction boom is over.
The ASUNM Steering and Rules committee Wednesday discussed ways of keeping senators accountable for their comments and messes.
State Republican Sen. Sue Wilson told a small audience that wind could bring money to New Mexico during an Energy Update Forum in Rodey Theater Sunday.
What do former U.S. Energy Secretary Bill Richardson, 1,000 pieces of fruit and The Lewi Longmire Band have in common?
Newly elected senators watched their predecessors and future co-workers unanimously pass funding for student organizations in a meeting Wednesday.