Faulty wiring caused a power outage that affected 10 buildings on the southwest corner of main campus Wednesday.
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While new parking spaces on the western side of Redondo eliminated a bicycle lane, Parking and Transportation Services representatives said the changes are safe and environmentally sound.
The UNM Board of Regents approved a $1.2 billion operating budget for 2001-2002 and $5 million to plan the expansion of UNM Hospital during its June 5 meeting.
Sometimes, the Roman Catholic Church just doesn’t get it.
Parking and Transportation Services’ leap into the Internet age could save commuter students headaches caused by standing in infamous long lines before the start of the fall semester.
More than 40 years ago, UNM professor Fred Harris bypassed the writer’s life to pursue politics and public office.
Students can now choose field trips and hands-on activities over the lengthy, dull lectures often associated with the courses students are required to take to earn a UNM degree.
The argument at the center of last year’s student government election controversy took one step closer to being settled after the Board of Regents Academic Affairs Committee meeting Monday.
In an effort to reach more students, UNM Career Services is opening a satellite office in room 117 of Farris Engineering Center.
Sarah James, a Gwich'in from Alaska's Arctic Village, said during a speech on campus Friday that the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is in grave danger of being exterminated.
ASUNM President Jennifer Liu thanked those she has worked with this year and welcomed incoming President Andrea Cook during the student government’s recognition ceremony Friday at University House.
Sarah James, a Gwich’in from Alaska’s Arctic Village, will discuss the threat oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge would pose to her culture today on campus.
A group of University students are sponsoring a rally in front of Zimmerman Library today at 11 a.m. against investments by institutions, including UNM, in the World Bank.
Representatives of the UNM community gathered at University House Monday afternoon to bid farewell to outgoing GPSA President Brian Col¢n and welcome the graduate student government's next leader - Rachel Jenks.
Police are searching for a black male who attacked two women during the past two weeks in the parking structure on Campus and Lomas Boulevards north of Hokona Hall, according to UNM police reports.
Andrea Cooper thought her daughter, Kristin, couldn’t be happier on New Year’s Eve 1995 but was overcome with grief when she came home and found her only child dead from a self-inflicted gunshot.
Despite emphasis on tuition increases, the Board of Regents managed to cover other business Tuesday, including ratifying a staff union and selecting the site for the new Architecture and Planning Building.
Natalia Bera£n, a sophomore majoring in mechanical engineering, said that as a member of the Hispanic Engineering Society, she wants to be better represented by the ASUNM Senate.
M. Nicol†s Cabrera, a sophomore double majoring in Communication and Journalism and Spanish, is the only independent candidate running for the ASUNM Senate.
Senate candidate James Cajete, a senior majoring in computer engineering, said the biggest problem facing ASUNM next year basically is student apathy.