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Campus Life

A group of ducks congregate at UNM's iconic Duck Pond during blustery, cold winter weather. 
The University of New Mexico will be closed for Winter Break beginning Friday, Dec. 22 through Monday, Jan. 1, 2024. UNM wishes one and all a safe and happy holiday season!
Fall colors on The University of New Mexico's main campus never fail to show off. 
This year a new balloon can be spotted in the sky, 'Cherry On Top,' the official University of New Mexico hot air balloon. UNM and Rainbow Ryders, Inc. revealed the new UNM hot air balloon ahead of the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta as 'Cherry On Top' made its first public appearance on Johnson Field. 
A “Tribute to Mother Earth” was created by Youn Ja to honor all grandmothers, especially Mother Earth. The shrine was dedicated on January 12, 1992, the anniversary of Ja’s own grandmother’s death in honor of Mother Earth.
This Lobo statue, located southeast of Johnson Center, was created by sculptor John Tatschl as a dedication to the 158 students and alumni of The University of New Mexico who made the supreme sacrifice for our country in World War II. The structure was placed by the fraternities and sororities of UNM.  

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