Editor's Note: An earlier version of this article erroneously referred to IPRA as the "Information of Public Records Act." The mistake has been corrected.
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Students were filled with both tears and cheers when Michael Sam, the first openly gay athlete drafted by a major American sports league, spoke at the University of New Mexico on Tuesday night.
Editor's Note: An earlier version of this article repeated a statement from AAUP that the bargaining unit consisted of 1,600 faculty members. This is incorrect, as the total number of faculty at UNM is nearly that amount. The article has been corrected with the accurate information.
The New Mexico Attorney General’s Office has formally charged former Athletic Director for the University of New Mexico, Paul Krebs, with five criminal complaints. The complaints listed include money laundering, tampering with evidence and fraud amounting to a total of $20,000.
The Daily Lobo reported on Jan. 24 that the University of New Mexico Communication & Journalism Department was debating becoming reaccredited by the Accreditation Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (ACEJMC), citing a $30,000 price tag as the primary reason for possibly not going through the process.
There was no shortage of big-name LGBTQ movies in 2018. However, no gay film got heterosexual people more excited to see two men kissing each other than “Love, Simon.”
SANTA FE, N.M. — House Democrats introduced a bill Friday to give the University of New Mexico a recurring appropriation of $2 million to reinstate four sports.
Heads of the University of New Mexico Communication & Journalism department are uncertain whether or not they will go forward with being re-accredited by an outside organization due to the cost and demanding requirements.
One of Michelle Lujan Grisham’s first duties as the governor of New Mexico will be to appoint five nominees to the University of New Mexico Board of Regents, to then be approved by the State Senate. This includes the Student Regent, a current UNM student who will serve on the Board as a student representative.
The University of New Mexico is facing an accreditation check next year, and will have to reconcile with past choices made by its most controversial department — athletics.
University of New Mexico Regent Thomas Clifford has drawn criticism for comments he made at the Board of Regents meeting on Thursday — including from his fellow regents.
New Mexican voters emphatically approved two General Obligation (GO) Bond measures that will provide millions of dollars in funding to a multitude of different projects at the University of New Mexico.
Democratic candidates stole the night in New Mexico state elections, taking a variety of seats of all sizes and significances.
The University of New Mexico’s lowering enrollment and the impact it will have dominated discussion during the Board of Regents meeting on Tuesday.
On Oct. 2, Jamal Khashoggi walked into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. He hasn’t been seen since.
A non-fatal shooting occurred across from the University of New Mexico on Tuesday night outside the Frontier Restaurant.
Life under President Trump’s administration has been anything but boring. Every week for the past two years, it seems the news has been infested with stories about the insanity that is current American politics.
The Black Student Alliance (BSA) of the University of New Mexico has rejected an apology sent to them from the University of New Mexico Gamma Beta chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma (KKG) sorority in regards to racial comments made by KKG members at the New Member Summit for Greek Life.
The University of New Mexico chapter of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority has recently come under fire for racial remarks that were allegedly made by members of the sorority during a welcoming event for new Greek Life members.
Christine Blasey Ford is scheduled to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee this Thursday regarding an alleged incident of sexual assault that occurred 35 years ago.