Social media shows up at the polls
    By Andrew Lyman
    While many people keep their noses buried in their phones or laptops, the recent election in Bernalillo County proved that social media and apps can be useful for more than letting the world know what you had for dinner.



Minimum wage increase poses costs and benefits
    By Johanna Albright
    Many tough decisions were made in this year's election, but one in particular could directly affect all Albuquerque residents by raising their income next year.



Ghost bikes offer comfort to grieving family and friends
    By Ashley McElroy
    While driving through Albuquerque, one might notice white bicycles on the side of the road. These are ghost bikes, a memorial for a person who died while riding a bike.



UNM's Clark Hall in for overhaul
    By Avicra Luckey
    Leaky plumbing, shoddy ventilation and outdated equipment are just a few things University of New Mexico students taking courses in Clark Hall have had to put up with during semesters.

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