Facebook friend posted a message on Thursday about Roosh V. and the ill-fated Return of Kings meet-up event. In it, he said that, while the event was canceled, men who had planned to participate were instead going to ”...’pick up’ (read: coerce and rape) women at nearby bars.”
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Pop icon David Bowie died on Sunday at just 69 years old, after an 18-month-long battle with liver cancer. The rock legend touch many lives with his music, fashion and innovation. Bowie played his final Albuquerque show at Tingley Coliseum in 2013, but fans and mourners can relive that concert here with the complete show set list:
It’s been years since a literary series took the world by storm. Harry Potter concluded in 2007, a year before the final installment of the Twilight saga. Two years later, the Hunger Games trilogy gave fans an epilogue they still argue about. While it’s not yet over, book six in George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series won’t be out until sometime next year.
For 15 years, every online class taken at UNM has a delivery fee of $100. But after Friday’s Board of Regents meeting, that fee may change — and not just for students taking online courses.
Did you know UNM is a terrorist-friendly school?
Waiting to declare a major? Thinking the one you picked may not be for you?
Imagine finding yourself locked inside an unfamiliar room. You’ve been told you only have an hour to find a way out, and once your hour is up ...
The UNM School of Law has made its way onto a list of the top 20 law schools in the country.
It’s a long-standing image: A guy, usually pale, usually in glasses and a button-up shirt. He spends his days in a science lab and his nights playing games with similar-looking friends.
Kids often say they want to be astronauts when they grow up, but graduate student Zach Gallegos has never wavered from that dream.
Sex, hazing and non-compliance. This was a bit of a tumultuous semester for UNM, here’s a look back at the top 10 stories of the last 16 weeks.
Acclaimed author Chuck Palahniuk, best known for his novel-turned-movie “Fight Club,” is coming to campus Monday night as part of the tour for his newest novel, “Beautiful You.” However, staff at the Daily Lobo just couldn’t wait that long, so Palahniuk joined us for a short phone interview on his novel and what it all means.
If a subject can be taken to its irrational extreme and then blended with the most disturbing imagery possible, Chuck Palahniuk will find the way.
Like most choices in Robert Aragon’s life, the decision to run for state auditor was not made in an office or at a meeting, but at his dinner table.
State Sen. Tim Keller may look like the image of an All-American guy, with his side-swept blond hair, polo shirt and nicely manicured nails.
Student loan borrowers will soon have better options when it comes to paying off their debts.
UNM could be looking at heavy fines if the Department of Education turns its eye on the University.
The semester may have begun, but there’s still a little time to squeeze in some leisure reading before classes get into full swing. Check out these last-minute quick reads: