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City Councilman and mayoral candidate Greg Payne outlined problems with the proposed baseball stadium and the Albuquerque Police Department Wednesday at a College Republicans meeting.
Author Benjamin Jacobs will tell his story about how he survived the Holocaust to UNM students tonight.
City Councilman Greg Payne hopes to promote and improve student interest in city government when he speaks at a College Republicans meeting on campus tonight.
Thursday marked the 34th anniversary of the night J.D. Roerig lost his squadron and almost lost his life in Vietnam.
The History Undergraduate Association is hoping to give students a broader view of the Vietnam War era during a panel discussion Thursday.
It pays to be a geek.
Registered nurse Maria Scarpelli said the current situation for nurses at University of New Mexico Hospital is getting worse.
Jennifer Herrera said she wants to help students who are rape and abuse victims to not fear talking about their experiences.
Student talent came to life Friday night in Theater X at the first "Dark Side of the X" variety show.
Sister Helen Prejean said Sunday during a speech on campus that the death penalty is used because of a corrupt justice system and societal problems, such as racism and discrimination against the poor.
Sister Helen Prejean, Nobel Peace Prize nominee and author of “Dead Man Walking,” will speak about the death penalty at UNM’s Continuing Education Auditorium Sunday.
It was a little creepy how much Laurie Daniels Finnegan resembled and sounded like country music legend Patsy Cline.
When Robert Lafarge was 12 years old, he was told he would be in a wheelchair for a long time, but that didn’t stop him from doing what he wanted.
Members of Students Educating Peers About Sex are seeking support to keep the student organization afloat because the Student Health Center cut all ties with the group Feb. 10.
U.S. Sen. Jeff Bingaman, D-N.M., said Tuesday that despite the budget surplus, Congress is still not willing to pay for higher education needs because it’s not considered a top priority.
The Hispanic Engineering Science Organization is sponsoring its annual High School Day, an on-campus competition for minority students interested in science and engineering fields, Saturday.
University officials updated their goals for making UNM more attractive to potential and current students Tuesday during a Board of Regents Academic Affairs Committee meeting.
Plans for site development of a new economy in Albuquerque were laid out for the UNM community Monday during a meeting at the Rodey Theater.
Students, staff and faculty who hunt for spaces in the B-permit parking lot have often found themselves short of parking spaces since the start of the semester.