1. Associated Press - "Report: University of New Mexico ‘Confused’ on sex assaults”

2. ABQ Journal - "Treatment options few for lung illness"

3. ABQ Journal - "Old sign could become art on Tramway and Central"

4. ABQ Journal - "The Executive’s Desk: NM firms start with big franchise ambitions"

5. ABQ Journal - "UNM senior’s ‘The End Begins: Phase II’ is gaining buzz"

6. ABQ Journal - "Multiple venues put ABQ art ‘On the Map’"

7. ABQ Journal - "See Cuba now before it’s transformed by the coming wave of change"

8. ABQ Journal - "UNM releases traffic fatality study"

9. ABQ Journal - "Ryan Parra, District 4: Dipping a toe in the political water"

10. ABQ Journal - "UNM sexual assault report finds shortcomings, confusing policies"

11. 24/7 Press Release - "Lorena E. Beeman Honored for Excellence in Clinical Education"

12. Before It's News - "Kill Pixels, Not People"

13. The Taos News - "Habitat for Humanity-Taos to benefit from Trivia FUNraiser"

14. Farmington News - "San Juan College vote on bond 10 will benefit multiple parties"

15. KRWG TV - "Federal Officials Participate In New Mexico Pharmacists' Association Meeting"

16. Fox News - "Preemies less lucky in love as young adults, study suggests"

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17. Inside HPC - "University of New Mexico to Repurpose 3000 LANL Cores"

18. 4 Traders - "Medical Imaging : Studies from University of New Mexico School of Medicine"

19. Broadcast news:

* KOAT 7              01/25/2015           10:06 p.m.
"UNM Law School lectures on assisted suicide"

* KRQE 13            01/25/2015           10:00 p.m.
"UNM Consults on Pedestrian Friendly Zones"

* KOB 4                01/25/2015            8:06 p.m.
"Anderson marketing Campaign spot"

* KOB 4  (broadcast & print)      1/22/2015    4:41 p.m.
"UNM sexual violence report says university needs simpler sexual misconduct policy"

* KOAT 7  (broadcast & print)    1/22/2015    10:56 p.m.
“UNM Sex Assault Report”

* KRQE 13  (broadcast & print)   1/22/2015    5:11 p.m.
“Report finds UNM’s sexual assault policies confusing”