El Centro de la Raza at the University of New Mexico helps students connect to their heritage as well as their studies. Barbara Ramirez has the story for Hispanic Heritage Month.
By Miyawni Curtis
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center often schedules special events around the Gathering of Nations and this year even the Center’s gas station got in on the action.
By Miyawni Curtis
UNM Business major Katherine Smith helped Locker #505 raise about $10,000 more than ever to support its’ mission of providing school clothes for Albuquerque children in need.
By Andres Torres
A UNM nursing student became the hospital patient after a severe car crash forced him to drop out. Now on the road to recovery, Eric Tonika tells his story of hope and persistence.
President Biden’s student debt relief plan could eliminate some UNM student’s debt but it faces some legal challenges.
PBS “The Open Mind” host, Alexander Heffner discussed the importance of open discussions regarding societal issues.
“I think my point is that we have to recognize the infrastructure necessary to preserve that free and open discussion,” Heffner said.
Despite the mockery — and preceded by Tik Tok fame — campus preacher Sister Cindy attracts a crowd at UNM. Maddie Pukite captures the scene on tape.
Social media is keeping UNM students informed about the Russian war in Ukraine. Jeanette Kastrup gathered these impressions for NM News Port.
Sports Analysis by Shane Farias / NM News Port Both the University of New Mexico men’s and women’s basketball seasons are in the books, and while both teams dealt with the same COVID-19 restrictions, their results were much different. The Lady Lobos strove to a 15-4 record, winning the Mountain West Conference regular-season title outright,… Continue reading Same COVID setting, but Lady Lobos prevail while men dwindle