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Built in 1962 as a memorial to alumni killed in the nation’s wars, the UNM Alumni Memorial Chapel has served the campus community in joyful and trying times. Dedicated to UNM’s fallen soldiers of World Wars I and II, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan, whose names are listed on its south wall.
In 2006, the Little Venus Fire spread through Shoshone National Forest destroying thousands of acres. These large scale fire events have a huge impact on the forests ability to take up carbon before it enters the atmosphere.
Assistant Professor Matthew Hurteau, University of New Mexico Department of Biology
The view from Moro Rock in Sequoia National Park, located within California's southern Sierra Nevada mountains.
Regent Jack Fortner resigned his position on the UNM Board of Regents.
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