Recently, the Daily Lobo ran an unjustly harsh review of the Cherry Reel Film Festival. Implicit bias was shown in the review, and while not intentional, ultimately the majority of the films we labeled as “disappointments” were made by students of color. This is meant to serve as an explanation of what happened, why it was wrong and how we are working to prevent this from happening again.
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We at the Daily Lobo recently published a review of “Hogwarts Legacy,” the controversial new video game set in the Harry Potter universe. In the process of editing the review, we failed to address the antisemitic tropes included in the game’s storyline.
On Saturday, the Lobo football team eked out a tight, exciting 55-52 victory against the rival Aggies. It was one of the most electrifying games at Dreamstyle Stadium in recent memory.
Last week there were three unrelated demonstrations at the University of New Mexico — each one larger than the last.
Last Thursday, five people were killed for doing their job and exercising their first amendment right to publish.
Few issues divide our nation quite as much as immigration. Nearly every period of American history was accompanied by a wave of migrants, traveling from some far off land in search of new opportunities and a greater quality of life.
To say that newspapers are struggling is a dramatic understatement.
In recent years, a diverse group of UNM students have campaigned to become ASUNM president, a title that brings with it a responsibility of representing the University’s 20,000 plus undergraduate students.
The recent unveiling of the 2016 Academy Award nominations – which, for the second consecutive year, resulted in zero minorities being represented among the 20 acting spots across four categories – has revived the #OscarsSoWhite hashtag and outcry.