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Native American student looks at research through traditional lens

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"Stone, Paper, Scissors," located outside of Zimmerman Library on UNM's main campus, was created by Kevin Box in 2013. It's part of the UNM Art in Public Places exhibition commissioned by the State of New Mexico's Department of Cultural Affairs.  
Heaven’s Tears, located in the UNM Student Union Building, was created from porcelain, wood and string in 1992. It's part of the UNM Art in Public Places exhibition commissioned by the State of New Mexico.  
The UNM Fountain Sculpture was dedicated in 1962 in honor of Herb Goldman (1922-2012), an Albuquerque sculptor who received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from UNM in 1949.
The UNM campus is blooming with a variety of beautiful flowers illustrating signs of spring.
The cactus garden near Zimmerman Library was blanketed by snow after a recent storm brought much-needed moisture to the desert Southwest.  
The University of New Mexico celebrated the graduating Classes of 2020 and 2021 inside University Arena, The Pit for the first time in two years due to the pandemic. Congratulations to one and all!!

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