1. Becker's Spine Review - "Dr. Anthony Yeung Donates $2.5M to Develop Endoscopic Spine Center at University of New Mexico Hospital."  Read more at:
http://www.beckersspine.com/spine/item/18125-dr-anthony-yeung-donates-2-5m-to-develop-endoscopic-spine-center-at-university-of-new-mexico-hospital


2. In Serbia Independent News - "Nightmares Reduce Stress"
Dr. Barry Krakow, a sleep disorders specialist, has conducted twenty years of research in the treatment of chronic nightmares and disturbing dreams---at the UNM School of Medicine (1988-1999) and the Sleep & Human Health Institute (2000-2009).  Read more at:
http://inserbia.info/news/2013/11/nightmares-reduce-stress/


3. UNM Media Watch from Monday Nov. 4, 2013

KOAT-7             10:00 PM          News                                       

THERE'S NEW SUPPORT TONIGHT, FOR AN EFFORT TO MAKE COLLEGE MORE AFFORDABLE FOR STUDENTS WHO CAME TO THIS COUNTRY ILLEGALLY ..UNM’S PRESIDENT HAS JOINED THE CALL TO GIVE UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS A CHANCE TO PAY "IN-STATE" TUITION RATES. TANYA MENDIS REPORTS...AMONG THE STUDENTS WALKING AROUND UNM'S CAMPUS ARE A HANDFUL OF UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS. ISAAC ROMERO/STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT: I DO HAVE FRIENDS THAT ARE UNDOCUMENTED. THEY'VE BEEN IN THIS COUNTRY MOST OF THEIR LIVES.. GOT THEIR EDUCATIONS HERE.. THEY DON'T SEE WHY THEY SHOULD BE TREATED ANY DIFFERENTLY AND MANY ON UNM'S CAMPUS AGREE.. THE STUDENT GROUPS PASSED A RESOLUTION, SAYING THE DACA-QUALIFIED UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS .. THE ONES WHO THE COUNTRY PUTS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE DEPORTATION LIST... SHOULD BE ABLE TO MEET THE RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS, AND PAY IN-STATE TUITION.. JUST LIKE EVERYONE ELSE. ROMERO: I THINK THAT'S A GREAT OPPORTUNITY. THE UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT AGREES WITH WHAT HE CALLS THE "THOUGHTFUL" RESOLUTION. BOB FRANK UNM PRESIDENT: I THINK IF A KID HAS GROWN UP HERE IN NM, DONE WELL IN NM SCHOOLS AND THEY WANT TO BECOME A CONTRIBUTING MEMBER OF SOCIETY, WE SHOULD HELP THEM DO THAT. TANYA STAND UP: EVEN THOUGH THIS IS AN IDEA THAT IS SUPPORTED BY STUDENT GROUPS AND BY THE SCHOOL PRESIDENT.. ULTIMATELY, THE DECISION WOULD BE UP TO CONGRESS. HISTORY SHOWS THAT MIGHT BE A HARD SELL. BUT UNM IS READY TO START TALKING. FRANK: THIS IS AN IMPORTANT ISSUE, LET'S HAVE DIALOGUE OVER IT HOPING CONVERSATION CAN BE THE FIRST STEP TOWARD CHANGE. AT UNM. THE RESOLUTION WOULDN'T PROVIDE SPECIAL TREATMENT FOR THE UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS... ONLY GIVE THEM THE OPPORTUNITY TO MEET THE SAME REQUIREMENTS AS EVERYONE ELSE. 
Video available at KOAT-7 

KRQE-13              5:00 AM             7:00 AM   and    12:00 PM                    News    

NEW MEXICO IS MAKING A GOOD LIST --- ON THE TOP-FIVE FOR MOST AFFORDABLE COLLEGES -- BUT - IT'S THE WORST FOR STUDENTS' DEFAULTING ON THEIR LOANS... THE STATE RANKED FOURTH FOR THE MOST AFFORDABLE COLLEGES IN THE NATION, ACCORDING TO WALL-STREET 24-7. IT PUT AVERAGE TUITION AND FEES UNDER SIX- THOUSAND DOLLARS. AND IN THE DECADE FROM 20- 01 AND 2011 -- FULL-TIME ENROLLMENT HERE JUMPED NEARLY 40 PERCENT. BUT -- MORE THAN 15 PERCENT OF NEW MEXICO STUDENTS DEFAULTED ON THEIR DEBT --THE WORST OF ANY OTHER STATE. THE ARTICLE IS BASED ON NEW DATA FROM THE COLLEGE BOARD.