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Tensions among Board of Regents members came to a head when one decided to leave the position entirely, citing ineffective communication and leadership.
Demonstrators took to the streets Thursday evening to protest a controversial cartoon published by the Albuquerque Journal that depicts a white couple being robbed at gunpoint by members of MS-13 with the caption, “Now, honey…I believe they prefer to be called ‘Dreamers’...or future Democrats…” in reference to DACA recipients
Democrat Jerry McNerney is a United States Congressman, currently serving California’s 9th District, which includes parts of the East Bay area and Central Valley. He is also an engineer and, perhaps most interestingly, a University of New Mexico alum.
Starting March 1, Garnett S. Stokes will begin her five-year contract as the next president of the University of New Mexico — the first female president in UNM history.
We have only made it a couple weeks into the year, and already the music world has lost one its greatest icons all too soon.
If you have been either a student or faculty member at the University of New Mexico long enough, there is no doubt that you have received more than a fair share of LoboAlerts. Whether it concerns groping, robbery, assault or a myriad of other issues that require notification, LoboAlerts provide the information needed to keep the UNM campus safe and aware.
Every year, thousands of students rely on the Lottery Scholarship for tuition support. That scholarship has recently experienced a 30 percent decrease in funds — a problem that the Associated Students of the University of New Mexico plans on tackling this legislative session.
The contributors assigned for this list, fortunately, all have vastly different music tastes.
2017 was, in almost every way, a calendar year, that occurred.
Republican Rep. Steve Pearce sat down with the Daily Lobo Saturday to discuss his run for governor in 2018, as well as the many issues currently facing New Mexico and the country. Discussion topics included the Lottery Scholarship, the GOP tax bill and the status of public lands in New Mexico. He visited the University of New Mexico Saturday to speak to UNM College Republicans.
For any aspiring artist, being in an environment that nurtures one’s creativity is an absolute necessity.
This past Thanksgiving, my grandfather passed away. For most people, such an event would be very emotionally-trying.
Democratic student organizations from across the state came together to demand State Sen. Michael Padilla, an Albuquerque Democrat, to withdraw from the 2018 election for lieutenant governor due to recent allegations of sexual harassment.
As any student will tell you, college can be one of the most demanding times in a person’s life. Between classes, jobs and a social life, there is very little free time. This situation is more stressful when the student is also raising a child.
Over 96,000 Albuquerque residents exercised their right to vote in the mayoral runoff election Tuesday — a race that was decided in under just one hour.
As 2017 starts to wind down, the amount of high-profile natural disasters that have affected every part of the world this year is shocking. Communities grappled with hurricanes in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico, wildfires in California and Montana, massive flooding in India and many more.
Runoff mayoral candidates Timothy “Tim” Keller and Daniel “Dan” Lewis squared off on KOB 4 Tuesday for the second-to-last debate before election day.
Editor's Note: The original version of this article misquoted Dr. Erika Monahan. In the original version, she was quoted saying, “It is deeply disturbing that statues of Stalin have been resurrected in Moscow,” but the quote has been corrected to read, “It is deeply disturbing that statues of Stalin have been resurrected (around Russia).” The Daily Lobo apologizes for any confusion.
Michael Marcotte, professor of practice with the Department of Communications and Journalism, recently received a fellowship with the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism. Only seventeen instructors are selected each year for this prestigious honor.