UNM rugby coach Shannon Robinson has spent the last few months in search of women eager to score a touchdown or long to tackle others.
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UNM freshman Rachel Harmon-Keeney said she was showing her patriotism by helping lead a peace march on campus Friday that drew about 400 people and involved no skirmishes with police.
UNM biology student Robert Dietz was surfing the Internet last year looking for a way to boost his rÇsumÇ and earn more hands-on experience.
As the national economy slows, UNM's Career Services is emphasizing the importance of students planning if they want to find a good job they are happy with upon graduation.
While the economy is reeling from a sluggish third quarter and recent terrorist attacks on the East Coast, a local economist says that many expect a short recession with a quick rebound.
Stricter requirements for UNM's Bridge to Success Scholarship prompted a nearly 9 percent drop in the number of incoming freshmen, while UNM's overall enrollment rose almost one-half a percent this semester.
Panelists offered a detailed look at Afghanistan and an assessment of the United States' previous actions and current options during a forum at the Law School Wednesday in response to last week's terrorist attacks.
In an effort to help people understand and deal with last week's terrorist attacks, UNM is sponsoring two forums and an Islamic awareness event on campus today.
While former UNM student Timothy Lundin sat at his desk Monday morning, he couldn't shake the smell of dust, death, burning plastic and molten steel.
A weekend that was supposed to be one of celebration for the UNM community turned into one of mourning and reflection following Tuesday's terrorist attacks on the East Coast.
More than 500 New Mexico high school students were greeted Thursday with balloons, mariachis and extensive information about college life during the University's third annual Hispano Student Day.
Good music is hard to come by, which makes the release of Ozomatli's sophomore effort, Embrace the Chaos, special.
Services including art therapy and candlelight vigils are being offered by the University community following Tuesday's terrorist attacks in Washington, D.C., New York City and Pennsylvania.
UNM's main campus was eerily quiet Tuesday afternoon following the University administration's decision to close the school in response to terrorist attacks in Washington D.C. and New York City.
UNM Provost Brian Foster offered suggestions on how to address a lack of grievance procedures, the low number of graduate assistant positions and student professional development at GPSA's first council meeting of the year Saturday.
New Mexico AIDS Services is expecting more than 2,500 walkers to help it raise $150,000 Saturday during its 10th Annual AIDS Walk, which begins at 8 a.m. at Johnson Field.
Today is the deadline to register to vote for the Oct. 2 mayoral race, and several campus groups will make sure students have a chance to cast their ballots.
The UNM chapter of the Public Interest Research Group is supporting reforms to help students understand and control credit card debt.
College students with credit cards carry an average debt of $2,748, according to a report released last month by the U.S. General Accounting Office.
UNM student John Probasco has worked for at least 142 hours on UNM’s Strategic Plan and said he wants others to join the conversation about the future of the University during three forums this week.