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- Headlines for January 25, 2022
- UNM alumna named director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian
- AASS hosts events celebrating Black History Month in February
- UNM releases 2022 Legislative Priorities
- UNM Anderson School of Management provides free membership in Barron’s in Education program
- Headlines for January 24, 2022
- UNM President seeks campus input on 2040 strategic plan
- Lobo Food Pantry announces spring hours
- Table reservations are open for UNM Kindness Carnival
- Africana Studies virtual brunch kicks off Black History Month
- Remembering trailblazing fashion designer Thierry Mugler, dead at 73French fashion designer Thierry Mugler reshaped the fashion world, centering wildly inventive concepts and creating space for queer voices. On Sunday, he died at the age of 73.
- American troops battle ISIS for control of Syrian prisonAmerican forces are fighting the Islamic State for control of a prison in northeastern Syria, in the most substantial military engagement with ISIS since it lost the last of its territory in 2019.
- If Russia doesn't invade Ukraine with troops, it could still launch a cyberattackWith U.S. troops on heightened alert and NATO forces on standby, fears of a Russian invasion of Ukraine remain. But even if Putin doesn't send troops in, he could still launch a crippling cyberattack.
- 2 recent incidents have put a spotlight on Brazil's relationship with raceAn American music producer was attacked as he waited to check in to a hotel in Rio de Janeiro. He is Black, the attackers are white. It is another example of Brazil's fraught relationship with race.
- How the Ukraine crisis could reset the global balance of powerNPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Gideon Rachman of 'The Financial Times' about how China and Russia could leverage the Ukraine crisis to reduce U.S. influence around the world and reset the world order.
- Mexico has become a world leader of gender equality in politicsIn Mexico, half of Congress is now female and seven of the country's 32 governors are women. This is partly due to changing attitudes but also to federally mandated gender equality laws.
- The military is now in charge of the West African country of Burkina FasoIn Western Africa, a military coup has removed Burkina Faso's democratically elected president from office.
- Readers' global wishes for 2022: More kindness, more nature ... and kitties!What could the world achieve this year if we had a limitless budget and full support from global leaders? Our audience shares their heartfelt ideas.
- Shark bites surged in 2021, rebounding from a drop earlier in the pandemicStill, the Florida Museum of Natural History's International Shark Attack File says the high number of shark bites and deaths last year was on par with long-term averages.
- Kyiv or Kiev? Why people disagree about how to pronounce the Ukrainian capital's nameWhat's the correct way to call a foreign city — by its English name, if it has one, or by its name in the local language? For the people involved, it can be a serious matter entwined with geopolitics.
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