“Happy Days Are Beer Again,” read the Powerpoint. The classroom resembled a brightly lit lounge, with its loosely spaced tables and small bar.
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Editor's Note: The original version of this article neglected to mention the UNM Student Health and Counseling as a resource available to students who may not want their situations reported to the Office of Equal Opportunity, as well as the services that the SHAC provides. This article has been changed to include that new information.
Four UNM students helped a pair of local lawyers secure a release recommendation for a Guantanamo Bay detainee, getting some work in for class in the process.
In response to calls for UNM to remove elements from the University’s official seal — which some say is offensive to the history of indigenous peoples — UNM art students are drafting potential new designs.
UNM sophomore Nick Slade was born without a right hand. Luckily, he didn’t need one to make it to one of the biggest sporting events on the planet.
UNM’s Innovation Academy is on a mission to create a new intersection between higher education and innovative new companies by holding internship fairs that connect students with startups.
UNM is launching the first undergraduate degree program in population health in the country, allowing students the chance to study in a field that is particularly vital.
A class that was started over 30 years ago by New Mexico author Tony Hillerman continues to bring local writers to UNM campus.
The UNM Bookstore has actively worked to reduce textbook costs in recent year, the average price dropping from $88 to $69 per book, according to Bookstore Director Carrie Mitchell.
UNM’s Children’s Campus hosted its third annual Early Childhood Seminar over the weekend. The child care center, which currently enrolls 300 children, closed Friday for the first day of the seminar.
Editor's Note: The original version of this story read that the Athletics Department contemplating eliminating or shortening hiring processes to cut costs, which is incorrect. This story has been amended to reflect that change. The Daily Lobo regrets the error and will continue to work diligently to prevent future inaccuracies.
A program designed to give UNM nursing students experience with primary health care in rural communities recently received a grant from the Department of Health and Human Services, allowing the program to build on the impact it made a year ago in a small southwestern town.
How do you plan to spend your last week of summer?
16-year-old Ludella Awad is bringing light to the tragedies in Syria through her second poetry collection.
The Albuquerque community has rallied around soccer coach and former UNM athlete Cameron Clarke after he suffered a spinal cord injury in early July.
Pokémon Go encourages players to visit local landmarks to complete in-game activities like stocking up on pokeballs or battling to claim a gym, and some businesses are using discounts or in-app features to bring the visitors in their parking lot and the building.
Several University departments and positions are under review as a result of the Board of Regents' decision in March to restructure the Health Sciences Center so that it falls under the control of the University's main campus administration.
Do you think it’s fair that student employees cannot receive raises and what negative effect could that policy have?
Karen McKinnon, a UNM alumna from the class of 1960, has donated funds to create a poetry competition that will be run by the English Department.
From Mars to the moon and back, UNM student Zachary Gallegos has dreams of taking off.