Victoria P.

Sophomore - Political Science
Carlsbad, New Mexico

Interests: Astrology, community involvement, and memes.

Extra Curricular Activities: The Lobo Life

Red or Green? green

Favorite Class: Almost all courses through the Honors College

Favorite Bands: Khalid, Jonas Brothers

What do you know now that you wish you knew when entering UNM?
Zimmerman Library is actually a great place to study. I mean, it's pretty obvious that a library is a good place to study, but I didn't utilize it as much as I could have when I started at UNM. Sometimes it is hard to focus in your dorm or in your room, and Zimmerman is a great change in scenery. You can just grab a drink from Starbucks and grind out all your homework.

What are your favorite events around Albuquerque?
My all-time favorite event is Balloon Fiesta. I am no morning person and not a fan of the cold, but every year I find myself bundling up and out at Balloon Fiesta Park before dawn to see hundreds of balloons go up with some of my closest friends. It really is a sight to see.

What advice would you give to an incoming UNM student?
There are so many cheap/free events offered to students on campus. Take advantage of that! Everyone knows what it is like to be a broke college student, but that shouldn't stop you from going out and having fun. Keep an eye out for ASUNM events because those are almost always free to students, and typically end up being a lot of fun.

What are you looking forward to most this semester?
I'm looking forward to all the new memories I can make with my friends. Last year, my friends and I took every opportunity possible to explore Albuquerque, and now we have the best memories from that. This year, all my friends and I are back and ready to continue experiencing all UNM has to offer.

Meet Victoria P.

Back to the Grind ‘Bos.

Well, Lobos, I don’t know about you, but winter break was everything I needed. After a long and draining dead week and finals week, I left Albuquerque for the month. I traveled home, went on road trips, and slept a whole lot. It was exactly what I needed to refresh. But this post is not […]

Dead Week

So, it’s dead week, and let me tell you, this year’s dead week is hitting me like a brick. I’ve basically moved into Zim, and I’m surviving off of coffee and Red Bull. Luckily for me, my classes don’t have any multiple-choice exams, so finals week will be a breeze for me. Unluckily for me, […]

The Pit: A Legacy

As a Lobo, everyone has heard of the Pit—whether you’ve been there or not. The mile-high arena, but 37 feet underground. The Pit has a legacy that it has been upholding since its doors opened in 1966. The Pit isn’t just a place to play basketball; it’s a force to be reckoned with. This arena […]

Will you vote?

Have you voted yet? A question you may have been asked many times already walking around campus. But have you held the question to value? I’ve heard so many reasons as to why people don’t vote. People argue that either they’re not political or they don’t think it will affect them. I never understood that […]

My Life as a Lobo… So Far

Anyone who knows me knows that if I am doing something I am usually all in; so obviously I stan UNM. I come from a small town in Southeast New Mexico so coming to Albuquerque was a complete culture shock, and I loved it. I came from a town where there was legitimately nothing to […]