5 Things You Should Know about ICE and Your Rights

by "The Stoop" Editorial Team At UNM, as with other schools around the nation, keeping students safe on campus is a priority. One of the areas this is most true is in terms of our undocumented students. In the coming months and years, students and faculty can be proactive in maintaining the safety of our … Continue reading 5 Things You Should Know about ICE and Your Rights

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by Samuel Shoemaker-Trejo Old (adj.) Old English ald (Anglian), eald (West Saxon) ‘aged, antique, primeval; elder, experienced,’ from Proto-Germanic *althaz ‘grown up, adult’ (source also of Old Frisian ald, Gothic alþeis, Dutch oud, German alt), originally a past participle stem of a verb meaning ‘grow, nourish’ (compare Gothic alan ‘to grow up,’ Old Norse ala ‘to … Continue reading Birmingham

No Pasa Nada: A Spanish Cultural Perspective

by Shayla Brooks Exploring the UNM Honors Study Abroad Program, Conexiones Like any other travel or study abroad, Conexiones was a one of a kind, life-changing experience. But as with all adventures, the beginning was daunting.  All of a sudden, the things learned in Spanish classes became irrelevant in real life situations when I realized … Continue reading No Pasa Nada: A Spanish Cultural Perspective