City, Pueblo Clear Homeless Camp

Photo and text published in the Rio Grande SUN on August 9, 2018 Written by Austin Fisher and Elizabeth Sanchez   When Sara Vigil tells people around Española about her neighborhood north of the local Wal-Mart, almost everyone knows about it. Since she moved to Carr Lane about 18 years ago, there have always been … Continue reading City, Pueblo Clear Homeless Camp

Event brings real lobos to UNM campus

Published in the Daily Lobo on April 23, 2018 Written by Elizabeth Sanchez and Anthony Jackson  The Biology Undergraduate Society created an opportunity for students to meet real lobos, Angel and Bindi, during the University of New Mexico’s annual Wolf Fest on Friday near Popejoy Hall. Angel, a high-content Arctic wolf-dog, and Bindi, a gray wolf/coyote/husky mix, … Continue reading Event brings real lobos to UNM campus

Bill proposes annual $40 million for Lottery Scholarship, dies on Senate floor

Published in the Daily Lobo on April 1, 2018 Written by Elizabeth Sanchez and Alea White   A college education could mean everything. For some, the only way to have a college education is with the help of financial aid, and for many New Mexico residents, a large chunk of that financial aid has been … Continue reading Bill proposes annual $40 million for Lottery Scholarship, dies on Senate floor