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UNM researcher uncovers why we shouldn't sleep on sleep for teens

By Savannah Peat January 26, 2023

Language lab speaker part of #CelebrateBilingualismNM series

January 26, 2023

UNM-led artist collective receives MAP Fund grant 

By Mary Beth King January 25, 2023

AASS hosts Black History Month events, activities

January 25, 2023

UNM opens Request for Proposals for Grand Challenges Level 2 teams

January 25, 2023

UNM online programs ranked among best in latest ‘U.S. News’ poll

January 24, 2023

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A new gateway to The University of New Mexico was recently unveiled on the northwest corner of Central Ave. and Girard Blvd. ASUNM was awarded funds from the NM State Legislature for the project in 2020. Students, visitors and alumni are invited to take photos with the 3D UNM monogram to show their Lobo pride.
The University of New Mexico will be closed for Winter Break from Friday, Dec. 23 through Monday, Jan. 2. UNM wishes one and all a safe and happy holiday season!
Pathways and sidewalks were illuminated with luminarias as part of The University of New Mexico’s annual Hanging of the Greens event recently. More than 14,000 luminarias dotted the campus landscape as part of UNM’s oldest tradition hosted by the UNM Mortar Board. Photo by Sarah Carsrud, UCAM.
"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.

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