Category Archives: Occupy Wall Street movement

UNM News, Nov. 8, 2011

In this newscast, we update the status of the Un-Occupy Wall Street movement on the UNM campus.

Jamie Garcia reports on the Society of Professional Journalists war of words over the use of “illegal” or “undocumented” to describe people in the United States without permission.

Adam Camp covers the high expectations for UNM basketball’s Drew Gordon.  Camp also reports on the senior night ceremonies acknowledging seniors Lance Rozeboom and Michael Green of UNM’s NCAA-bound men’s soccer team, and the Lobo Beat Kicks fans who support them.

Katie Fosterling describes ROTC’s latest honor, and reporter Miriam Belin provides a preview of COSMIAC and UNM’s role in next year’s satellite launch that will take supplies to the International Space Station.

Newscast runs 12:35.   Anchors:  Katie Fosterling and Adam Camp.  Producer:  Barron Jones.


“Occupy Burque” . . . a pictorial history

(Click on the above photo to start slideshow.)

by Barron Jones, Oct. 28, 2011

UNM journalism student Barron Jones followed the “Un-Occupy Wall Street” movement from its inception at UNM until its on-again off-again status at the end of October 2011.  (Click on the picture above to watch the 2:11  slideshow.)