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Silent Lights: 3 DJs | 1 Silent Disco | Immersive Light Experience

Zimmerman/Smith Plaza

Get ready for a one-of-a-kind outdoor Silent Disco here, on campus. 3 DJs and a massive light show in the newly remodeled Smith Plaza. At a silent disco or silent rave you get down, but the music won't bump through the speakers, instead it's broadcasted via radio transmitter directly through the headphones we provide. Don't miss this one of a kind experience. Free Admission. UNM Students get in with LOBO ID and can bring one guest.

What is a Silent Disco?

 Check out the video from a previous Silent Lights: Click Here.

 See what it takes to put on Silent Lights: Click Here.

This event is sponsored by ASUNM Student Special Events, ASUNM Lobo Spirit, and University Communications and Marketing.

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Halloween Speaker: Possessions - The Study of Haunted Objects

Ballroom C

Halloween Speakers, Greg Newkirk and Dana Matthews, paranormal professionals with two decades of experience in the investigation of the the strange and the unexplained will be talking about Possessions: The Study of Haunted Objects.

Often referred to as the real-life Mulder and Scully, Dana and Greg Newkirk are award-winning television producers and two of the world’s only professional, full-time paranormal investigators. Over the last two decades, their groundbreaking work in the fields of parapsychology, cryptozoology, and haunted artifacts have seen the duo make numerous appearances on hit television series such as Animal Planet’s Finding Bigfoot and Travel Channel’s Kindred Spirits, as well as in leading news outlets like The Independent, VICEThe Washington Post, and even Seventeen Magazine.

When they’re not busy tracking down a lead on the latest mystery, Dana and Greg can be found giving fascinating lectures to sold-out rooms across the country. Using personal footage, private case files, and a knack for captivating audiences, the Newkirks present actual evidence of the unexplained through chilling multimedia presentations on the reality of professional paranormal research.

Whether they’re collecting cursed idols hidden under haunted houses or trekking through the snowy mountains in search of Sasquatch, their long and varied career has earned the Newkirks a reputation as two of the most knowledgeable names in the study of the unexplained, a designation reflected by their carefully-curated museum collection.

This event is free and open to the public.

For more more information about the Newkirks:

Video - Website


Lobo's Got Talent Show!

Ballroom C

The 16th Annual Lobo's Got Talent Show showcases the best UNM has to offer from our talented students! 

All types of student talent is displayed: Singing, Dancing, Spoken Word, Comedy, Bands, and more! For more information, contact the Student Activities Center. Applications and rules for currently enrolled UNM students will be available at sac.unm.edu in late September / early October. Only the first 32 applicants are guaranteed and audition spot, so get it in ASAP! Here is a little taste of a past Lobo's Got Talent show: Click Here!


UNM Harry Potter Day

Lower level

Join us for a magical event in the SUB Atrium! Students can make buttons, drink Butterbeer, decorate house cookies, participate in trivia (begins at 11:30), and an all new DIY Wand Making station! All free, costumes encouraged!


Hanging of the Greens

Starts at Bookstore and moves through all Campus

Hanging of the Greens is UNM's oldest student tradition and is one of the largest farolito displays in the area consisting of 13,000 farolitos. The event is planned and run by Mortar Board, UNM's premier senior honor society. The event will begin at 5:45 p.m. at the UNM Bookstore. From there, the group will carol across campus to University House to present the President with a wreath. The event will conclude with a reception at Hodgin Hall. The community is invited and attendees are asked to bring an unwrapped children's book to place under the tree at Hodgin Hall. Books will be donated to UNM Children's Hospital.

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