Categories: Featured Stories
- Students engage in community in A Garden
- UNM revises policy on mask wearing
- Headlines for July 28, 2021
- Campus opportunities on display for first year/returning students
- UNM Human Resources Vice President Dorothy Anderson accepts similar position at the University of Oklahoma
- UNM Anderson School of Management receives $200,000 Bank of America grant to advance DEI initiatives in business
- Making sense of the cosmos
- Headlines for July 27, 2021
- KUNM Radio hires Megan Kamerick as news director
- Distinguished professor and long-time director of CASAA retires
- German Cycling Director Is Being Sent Home From Olympics Over Racist SlurGermany's Olympic federation is firing Patrick Moster as the director of its cycling program, saying his words during a race Wednesday violate Olympic values.
- Waiting For U.S. Visas, Afghan Interpreters Fear The TalibanThousands of Afghans who worked with U.S. forces were promised a U.S. visa in return. With American troops all but gone, it's unclear how the Biden administration will be able to keep that promise.
- Sunisa Lee Claims Olympic Gold And Shows U.S. Gymnastics Has More Than 1 SuperstarThis competition was initially defined by who wasn't competing. U.S. star Simone Biles, the greatest gymnast of all time and the heavy favorite to win, pulled out to take care of her mental health.
- Everything You'd Want To Know About The Unusual Masks Worn By Team USA Athletes It's a bold look that has been compared to the masked Batman villain Bane — even by the Japanese organizers of the Tokyo Games. The mask is voluminous and is a nod to the host country, Japan.
- Simone Biles Now Realizes She's More Than Her Gymnastics Accomplishments"the outpouring love & support I've received has made me realize I'm more than my accomplishments and gymnastics which I never truly believed before," Biles said in a tweet.
- U.S. Swimmer Caeleb Dressel Wins His First-Ever Individual Olympic Gold MedalThe 24-year-old sprinter set an Olympic record in the blazing fast two-lap race, claiming his first-ever individual gold medal. It was a strong day in the pool for the U.S.
- U.S. Swimmer Bobby Finke Makes Epic Comeback To Win The Men's 800m FreestyleBobby Finke made up almost a second and a half in the final stretch of the 16 lap race, making up time and surging past the leaders to win the event at the Tokyo Olympics.
- How An American Athlete Found Home In JapanTexan Ira Brown always dreamed of wealth and a place that felt safe. He found it in Japan. Brown got Japanese citizenship in 2018 and is now representing Japan at the Olympics in basketball.
- What The Delta Variant And Vaccinations Look Like In Brazil, South Africa And IsraelA look at how the delta variant and vaccine efforts are shaping the course of the coronavirus through three places - Brazil, South Africa and Israel and the Palestinian territories.
- A German Cycling Official Apologizes After Shouting A Racial Slur During A RaceA German cyclist says he was "appalled" by the words from the sporting director of Germany's cycling federation.
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