Dave Archambault Sr. spoke at George Pearl Hall Monday night to kick off Teach Week, a week of lectures hosted by the Community and Regional Planning Program.
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New Mexico kids might have fresher fruits and vegetables on their plates in 2018.
UNM acting President Chaouki Abdallah held a second town hall in the Domenici Auditorium on North Campus on Monday, reiterating many of the same messages that he had in his first town hall last week.
When it comes to online comment sections, I break the rules. Even my browser tells me: never read the comments. Roommates remind me not to feed the trolls. I just want to read, respond and reimagine the people on the other side of my screen.
“Hello gorgeous world” was written in massive curly letters on a free speech beach ball in Smith Plaza Wednesday afternoon.
There’s been a lot of talk about fighting fascism on my Facebook feed lately, but are you really prepared to resist an Orwellian police state? And when I say prepared, I mean do you have the right outfit?
Nursing, physical therapy, dental hygiene, emergency medicine and medicine students were all brought together Tuesday to learn about helping someone in a mental health crisis.
UNM acting President Chaouki Abdallah held his first town hall Monday in the SUB, touching on the current University atmosphere and its budget situation.
There were more people than seats at an Iranian Student Association-organized teach-in Thursday to help international students understand the effects and status of President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration, as well as their rights and the work being done in Albuquerque to support them.
Psychology professor Jennifer Freyd will be at UNM Monday at the invitation of Faculty for a Sexual Assault Free Environment and the Feminist Research Institute. Freyd specializes in betrayal trauma — when someone is traumatized after an incident involving someone they depend upon or trust — and will be talking specifically about institutional betrayal, when the perpetrator involves an institution.
UNM’s proposed entertainment complex project for South Campus — which officials previously estimated might begin construction this semester — is still in its feasibility phase, according to University Real Estate Director Thomas Neale.
On Tuesday morning, 18 students in the Natural Sciences Program sat with jars of water, ice and matches in front of them.
In a wide open workshop with folded stacks of canvas and an old blue sewing machine, students and professors gathered to create banners. A few buildings over, students sat in a dark theater learning about astronauts, discrimination and space tampons.
Dean of Students Nasha Torrez hosted a panel on free speech rights on Wednesday in the SUB Atrium.
Another UNM student organization has sent a letter to UNM administrators expressing concern over Milo Yiannopoulos’s speaking engagement on campus this Friday.
UNM and the Air Force Research Laboratory are working together to encourage STEM students to pursue internships and plan for careers.
Over winter break UNM passed a policy that requires all newly constructed facilities to include universal restrooms. While the policy is only 318 words, the battle to bring universal restrooms to UNM’s campus has been a long one.
Some UNM student groups and administrators found themselves divided Thursday over the line between free speech and hate speech.
Clement Jose is graduating this semester with his master’s in health education and a concentration in community health.
With finals week approaching and the weather growing colder, it’s tempting to stay in bed.