Students will have to wait a little longer for a Student Union Building as construction is not due to finish for a few more months.
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The ball finally got rolling on the 2002-03 UNM operating budget during the Board of Regents' Finance and Facilities Committee meeting Wednesday when the budget expenditure levels were approved for the regents' review.
Much criticism and praise has been thrown about relating to our president since the Sept. 11 attacks that shook America to its very core. The troubling trend in the media to glorify the president has finally begun to dissipate, correlating with the U.S. Congress' growing unease with George W. Bush.
Poetry shook the Outpost Performance Space Friday as New Mexico's top performance poets battled it out for a coveted spot on the five-poet 2002 Albuquerque Slam Team.
UNM will celebrate Cinco de Mayo today with a two-fold purpose - to educate the campus about the Mexican holiday's history and to raise funds for Latino student groups.
Too many people remain ignored due to an inadequate health care system that doesn't treat mental illness seriously, President George W. Bush told audience members at the UNM Continuing Education Building Monday.
A mass protest featuring several local groups will greet President George W. Bush as he arrives today for a lunch fund-raiser for U.S. Rep. Heather Wilson (R-NM) at noon.
John Mitchell, National Geographic's environmental editor, said Friday that he is not a happy public land shareholder because the lands are continually exploited for uses such as mining, oil drilling and grazing.
Medical students and professionals will gather Friday at 4:30 p.m. across the street from UNM Hospital to demonstrate support for universal health care.
With the University's libraries running out of space, administrators turned to consultant Jay Lucker this week for suggestions on how UNM should approach storage of key research materials.
An opening prayer, American Indian dances and a buffalo barbeque today will kick off the annual Nizhoni Week, which promotes American Indian cultural awareness on campus.
Renewed political and social unrest in the Middle East has prompted UNM groups to invite anti-war activist Richard Becker to campus tonight to share his thoughts about the conflict.
Mayor Martin Chavez declared Thursday that fliers posted to utility poles are ruining Albuquerque's beauty and began tearing them down on Central Avenue across from UNM's campus.
UNM graduate students panicked about defending research papers will get their chance to practice Friday and Saturday during the Anthropology Graduate Student Symposium.
Bike lovers can enter several contests during Bicycle Safety Day Wednesday at the Campus Mall between Popejoy Hall and Johnson Center from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Pitcher Lauren McCoy was the UNM softball team's saving grace against Colorado State University Saturday, helping the Lobos split a doubleheader at Lobo Field.
People aren't concerned about campus safety until something happens to them, UNM Police Officer Karen Smith said Thursday.
UNM Art Museum staff members Laura Downey and Kate Guscott offered a variety of suggestions about how to maintain and preserve private artwork Tuesday.
Ethnic groups need to work together toward common goals in order to relieve racial and cultural tensions in urban neighborhoods, Harvard professor William Julius Wilson said Thursday.
The Women's Resource Center will highlight the international struggle of women against opression during its Women's Film Festival today.