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UNM law professor Alfred Mathewson said during a campus forum Wednesday that a controversial advertisement against slavery reparations has been a boon to the reparations movement.
A three-year New Mexico Daily Lobo veteran and current managing editor is ready to take the helm as editor in chief.
The 2001 edition of Scribendi successfully displays some of UNM's finest writers as well as work written by regional artists.
African-American Studies is sponsoring a forum Wednesday to address the controversial topic of reparations for descendants of slaves in the United States.
A new movement of hardcore techno-metal will invade the Albuquerque Convention Center, 401 Second St. N.W., Saturday at 7 p.m.
What would you do if the Ku Klux Klan surfaced in your town?
City Council President Brad Winter said during a meeting at Johnson Center Thursday that the baseball stadium controversy has been rushed to a May 30 vote because of a premature lease decision.
The 13th annual “Blue Mesa Review” may not have a theme this year, but it still has an abundance of writing talent to be proud of.
Nick Huffmyer is running for a Senate position because he thinks his college experience is too short not to.
Senate candidate Jason Schaffer said that being a senator means to directly represent a diverse population of UNM students and responding to their needs and wants.
Senate candidate Lorenzo Martinez wants to be a voice for students so he can do what they want.
Two-term Sen. Heather Gabel wants to make one more run for it.
Senate candidate Kendra Jackson wants her voice to be heard, even if she is a freshman.
Jena M†rquez says she has a lot to offer to the student body if elected senator.
The UNM softball team offset its mediocre performance in a 2-1 win over Colorado State University in game one of a doubleheader Saturday by pumping up its offense for an 11-0 win in game two.
Martin Janowski wants to get young people involved and interested in government with the help of his new book of essays, "New Wine, Fresh Skins!"
Abortion activist Laura Kaplan told a sparse gathering at the Kiva Lecture Hall Tuesday that legalizing abortion was one of the first steps to break the silent repression of women.
Author Laura Kaplan will speak tonight on campus at 7 p.m. in the Kiva Lecture Hall about the controversial history of abortion prior to the Supreme Court’s decision to legalize it.
Author and Holocaust survivor Benjamin Jacobs said that, despite what history books say, not much sympathy was given to the European Jewish population before or after World War II.