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- Headlines for July 30, 2021
- Headlines for July 29, 2021
- UNM undergraduate works in healthcare while studying nursing
- UNM School of Law professor awarded prestigious honor
- NMiF discusses masks wearing, Albuquerque’s soccer pitch and Native boarding schools
- Students engage in community in A Garden
- UNM revises policy on mask wearing
- Headlines for July 28, 2021
- Welcome back events for first-year and returning students
- UNM Human Resources Vice President Dorothy Anderson accepts similar position at the University of Oklahoma
- Australia's Zero Tolerance Policy For COVID-19 Cracks With New Wave Of CasesAustralia was once seen as a safe haven from COVID-19. NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Bloomberg's Georgina McKay in Sydney about the rise in new cases and Australians' protests of lockdown measures.
- These Athletes Made It All The Way To The Olympics Only To End Up In IsolationFor athletes in Tokyo, the games aren't just defined by competing but by COVID-19 — and avoiding it long enough to participate. Already 20 athletes have had their Olympic dreams dashed by the virus.
- A Once-Forgotten Port Of Italy Is Alive With A Diverse Cultural And Literary LegacyOvershadowed by nearby Venice, the lesser-known city of Trieste is one of Italy's great destinations and once the stomping ground of great writers like James Joyce.
- Record-Breaking COVID-19 Cases Lead Olympic Host Japan To Expand A State Of EmergencyThe number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients has doubled over the past month, and experts estimate that the current fifth wave of infections still has a week or two to go before reaching its peak.
- An Outbreak Of The Coronavirus Delta Variant Has Spread To 15 Chinese CitiesChina is battling to stem the spread of new cases tied to the more infectious variant. Nearly 200 people have been infected since last week, when a case was detected at an international airport.
- Australian Troops Will Help Enforce A Coronavirus Lockdown In SydneyAbout 300 unarmed soldiers are joining local police in the city of 6 million to enforce coronavirus restrictions as authorities try to quell a new outbreak linked to the delta variant.
- A Judo Legend Just Took Bronze After What Might Be The Biggest Upset In Judo HistoryFrench judo athlete Teddy Riner, a 6-foot-8, two-time gold medalist known as "Big Ted," has dominated his sport for a decade. It was a shock when he lost in a quarterfinal fight.
- Saleem Reshamwala Takes Us To Far Flung PlacesThis hour, journalist Saleem Reshamwala gives us a tour of surprising people and places — Lima, Nairobi, and prehistoric New Jersey — to inspire new perspectives on travel and cultures.
- See These Swimmers Share A Sweet Hug After South Africa Takes Gold And A World RecordIn addition to smashing a longtime world record, Tatjana Schoenmaker took home South Africa's first gold medal of the Tokyo Games.
- U.S. Women's Soccer Team Beats The Netherlands And Advances To Olympic SemifinalsThis means they'll head to the semifinal. The U.S. is trying to become the first reigning Women's World Cup champion to win Olympic gold.
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