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UNM News, April 21, 2014

Student News

Posted: April 25, 2014

UNM News, April 21, 2014

Anchors: Hayley Mitchell and Mia Clark (CJ 360: Broadcast News 1)

 In this edition of UNM News:

The University of New Mexico Regents approved an additional one-half-percent raise, bringing total staff wage increases next year to two-and-a-half percent.

UNM students struggle to maintain healthy eating, sleeping and exercise habits, and one gym owners says most food advertising promotes obesity.

The Center for Life's "Kids supporting Kids" program provides acupuncture and other treatments for children who are fighting cancer.  Anissa Baca reports on the Center's fundraiser.

Albuquerque's Two Red Brothers specializes in acupuncture, massage and herbal medicine, Jozelyn Escobedo reports.

J.R. Oppenheim reports on the three seniors who just finished their Lobo men's basketball careers.

Kyle Tomasi offers a women's volleyball preview of next season.

Jim Johns has been successfully coaching and managing Eldorado Eagles baseball for 35 years, Marcus Jaramillo reports.

UNM News is a production of the Broadcast News I students at the University of New Mexico, recorded on April 21, 2014, © University of New Mexico

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