UNM student fights for climate justice

The fight for climate justice continues at the University of New Mexico and senior Raven Alcott is standing at the forefront of the action, acting as a voice for Indigenous communities. Raven Alcott is a senior at UNM majoring in environmental science and minoring in Native American studies. Alcott is also a member of UNM […]

Ice Wolves prepare US women’s hockey team for Beijing Olympics

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – It is a first for New Mexico. The U.S. women’s hockey team is training in the Land of Enchantment – getting ready for the games in Beijing this February. They are playing the New Mexico Ice Wolves for training to try and repeat gold in China.

UNM students at risk of losing enrollment for not following COVID-19 vaccine mandate

A UNM spokesperson said 256 students across the five branch campuses were texted and emailed everyday for over a month to submit their documentation. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The University of New Mexico notified hundreds of students on Friday they were being disenrolled for failing to submit their COVID-19 vaccination proof or valid exemption.

Who’s applying to be New Mexico’s first cannabis producers?

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – In just two months since the Cannabis Control Division (CCD) began accepting applications for producer licenses, there have already been more than 1,500 applications started by would-be entrepreneurs, according to the CCD. Of those, more than 1,000 of the applications are for what are called “microbusinesses,” or smaller cannabis growers who can produce […]