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New Mexico ranked 50th for child well-being in national report

102 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The 2024 Kids Count report was just released, and it measures each state’s child well-being through four key areas: economic well-being, education, health, and family and community. New Mexico came in dead last out of all 50 states when they compared these categories with the

UNM College of Nursing receives gift to fund scholarships

127 Views   ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The University of New Mexico is hoping new scholarships will bring more students to the College of Nursing. Western Sky Community Care recently gave a $450,000 gift to the college to fund scholarships for their nurse practitioner and nurse-midwife programs.

JT Toppin withdraws from NBA Draft and signs with Texas Tech

145 Views   LUBBOCK, Texas – JT Toppin will be a Red Raider for Texas Tech next season after withdrawing from the NBA Draft on Tuesday. Toppin, who is a Dallas, Texas native, entered his name in the draft at the end of April to test the waters. Then, a week

Seven more people arrested at UNM for protesting Israel-Hamas war

98 Views   Of the seven people taken into custody, two are students. Professors and educators are coming to the defense of their students ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — While protests continue to take place at universities across the country, educators are coming to the defense of their students.

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