1. ABQ Journal - "New director takes helm at UNM’s BBER"

2. ABQ Journal - "UNM symposium looks at integrative medicine"

3. ABQ Journal - "Leadership NM names 42 for 2014-15 Core Program"

4. ABQ Journal - "NM lacks engine to power growth"

5. ABQ Journal - "High cost of cure sparks ethical dilemma"

6. ABQ Journal - "‘Family reunion’ of UNM alumni"

7. ABQ Journal - "Albuquerque’s Sunport celebrates a rich tradition"

8. ABQ Journal - "Stories told in dance benefit students"

9. ABQ Journal - "UNM Art Museum displays fall 2014 exhibitions"

10. ABQ Journal - "UNM expert to discuss health system changes"

11. ABQ Journal - "Program: What it’s like to grow up deaf"

12. ABQ Business First - "Delegation from Tajikistan to study NGOs in Albuquerque"

13. Santa Fe New Mexican - "Newly ‘authenticated’ photo rekindles hype over the Kid; historians skeptical"

14. Daily Monitor - "New tuberculosis test developed"

15. The Taos News - "Veterans group hopes to open accessible bed and breakfast"

16. The Taos News - "Report: Emerging risks, steady progress among county youth"

17. Rio Rancho Observer - "UNM offers free flu shots at clinics"

18. LA Monitor - "Leadership Los Alamos"

19. Marine Corp Times - "13 projects to study pain treatment alternatives"

20. Broadcast news:

* KOAT 7                    9/27/2014                  9:59 p.m.
"Anti-Hazing laws discussed at UNM"

* KOB 4                      9/27/2014                  6:16 p.m.
"UNM hosts ‘Math Moves You’"

* KOB 4                      9/28/2014                  1:42 a.m.
"UNM Black Alumni Awards ceremony"

* KOB 4                      9/28/2014             10:08 p.m.
"UNM Sex Week causes stir"

* 2 KASA                   9/29/2014                    7:26 a.m.
"UNM active in breast cancer research"

* KOAT 7                    9/29/2014                    6:33 a.m.
"UNM med-students scholarships"

* KRQE 13                 9/29/2014                   11:32 a.m.
"King, Martinez agree to Spanish language debate"

* FOX                         9/29/2014                   12:01 a.m.
"Gov. Susana Martinez riding coalition with conservative Democrats to likely re-election"