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A faculty meeting was called Sunday afternoon, May 10, 1970 in the Kiva lecture hall at the University of New Mexico. President Heady and a number of college deans are shown here discussing some of the issues before entering the building. At this meeting the conditions under which the semester would be resumed were decided.
UNM Cheerleaders on Zimmerman field. Three female cheerleaders kneeling, two male cheerleaders leaping. Two megaphones on grass. Stadium lighting, trees, bleachers, powerlines, and Sandia mountains in background.
Looking west at front entrance to Bldg #: 24; Name(s): Northrop Hall, Geology building; Function(s): Earth & Planetary Sciences; Completed: 6/2/53; Architect: Meem, Zehner, Holien, & Associates; UNM Style: Spanish-Pueblo Revival Phase II B. Trees, wooden benches, black and turquoise building sign on lawn, sidewalks.
Two large groups of men in Air Force uniform. In foreground, the marching band walking and playing woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments, led by drum major with mace. In background, four member color guard and squadron standing, trees, telephone poles, and Mesa Vista Hall. Caption reads "band trouping the line - 1951-52."
Justine Kahn as Preciosa on platform wearing shawl with other cast members kneeling in the shadows surrounding her in UNM University Theatre's production of Isaac Chocron's Asia and the Far East.
New Mexico Digital Collections
New Mexico Digital Collections is the central search portal for digital collections about New Mexico. The UNM Archives has its own collection of photographs available through the site. Some of the photos are on topics such as athletics, campus buildings, and student protests.