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Keller wins election with comfortable margin By Kyle Land and Madison Spratto @ Kyleoftheland @Madi_Spratto Over 96,000 Albuquerque residents exercised their right to vote in the mayoral runoff election Tuesday — a race that was decided in under just one hour. Democrat Timothy “Tim” Keller claimed 62 percent of the votes, making him the next mayor of Albuquerque. His opponent, Republican Daniel “Dan” Lewis, only managed 37 percent. “The early vote numbers look encouraging,” said Elizabeth “Liz” Keller after the polls officially closed at 7 p.m. Shortly after she left the stage, it was announced that Keller won the race. “For the second time, Albuquerque has spoken,” Keller said in his victory speech. “And this time it was loud and clear.” In the initial election on Oct. 3, no one received 50 percent of the votes necessary to take home the win that night. Keller came away with about 40 percent, and Lewis finished second with 23 percent, resulting in a runoff election. Hundreds of Keller supporters gathered at Hotel Andaluz in Downtown Albuquerque
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Mayoral Elect Timothy “Tim” Keller embraces his wife after delivering a victory speech to a crowd of supporters at Hotel Andaluz on Nov. 14, 2017. Shortly afterward his opponent Daniel “Dan” Lewis announced his concession.
Cherry Reel promotes student-filmmakers Getting to know our new president By Amy Byres
The 2017 Cherry Reel Film Festival is a one-of-a-kind production that gives student-filmmakers an opportunity to share their work with the community. “Every year, you’ll never see the same film twice. It’s always something different. It’s amazing watching filmmakers be so proud of their work, and to watch them watch it on the big screen is amazing,” said Victoria MartinezVarela, executive director of the ASUNM Southwest Film Center. The film center, located in the Student Union Building, began coordinating dates and setting up the event starting in September. Submission genres include: horror, sci-fi, comedy, experimental, documentary, animated short and music videos. “It definitely takes a village to plan this event, but it’s so worth it and so rewarding,” said Martinez-Varela. This year one of the festival’s films will include work from co-
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Co-founder of the Cherry Reel Festival Mikel “Kel” Cruz screens his film, “Strange Love,” on Nov. 18, 2017 at Mesa Del Sol. Cruz’s film will be one of the student films showing at the Cherry Reel Festival in SUB ’s ASUNM Southwest Film Center.
founder Mikel “Kel” Cruz. It will be the first year he is not involved in the operations of the festival and will solely be a filmmaker
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participant, Cruz said. “Cherry Reel itself started in 2015 with the help of student filmmaker Kel Cruz,” Martinez-Varela said.
“He came to us with the idea to rebrand and to market further in
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As the University of New Mexico settles into final projects and exams, there is new leadership to help guide the University’s future. A 10-month process of finding UNM’s 22nd president has led to the unanimous selection of Garnette S. Stokes, the University’s first female president. And she is not new to handling campus controversy. Personal safety and sexual violence became a persisting problem on FSU’s campus, leading to frequent instances of Title IX investigations. Stokes initiated an organization to address sexual
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Tuesday night to watch the election results live. The watch party had an atmosphere that closely resembled a concert — music blared, the crowd was shoulder-to-shoulder and all eyes were waiting to see the special guest, Keller himself. Keller said a night like Tuesday is one of those “rare points in your life” — placing it right after his wedding day and the birth of his children. Being in a room full of people who supported him throughout his campaign, both strangers and people who have known him his entire life, is something he said he will never forget. “It feels like the vision we had for this city was totally correct,”
said Jessie Lane Hunt, Keller’s campaign manager, when asked how she felt after the win. Keller said his win marks the beginning of a generational shift in Albuquerque, because he is closer to his college years than the end of his career — that’s the first time a mayor has been able to say that in about 20 years, he said. “I’m really happy I was late to my studio class to vote for (Keller),” said Makayra Yeager, a freshman at the University of New Mexico majoring in music education. “It was definitely worth it.” Lewis’ watch party had a somber mood as the supporters tried to hold onto hope before he made his concession speech. Just before 8 p.m. Lewis
addressed the crowd, commended Keller on the win and thanking his supporters for their votes and efforts throughout his campaign. “I want to congratulate Tim Keller on the win,” Lewis said opening up his speech. “I’m (going to) continue to work hard as a businessman in this city.” Lewis’ supporters were flooded with disappointment over the early loss. “It was an uphill battle from the very beginning,” said Bronson Reyes, an Albuquerque realtor and Lewis supporter. Stewart Bragg, Lewis’ campaign manager, said he could not be more proud of him. “I’m absolutely honored to be a part of (his campaign),” he said.
Former mayoral candidate Gus Pedrotty said Tuesday night was a continuation of Oct. 3. “With races, there’s a winner and there’s a set of losers, and especially being among them you understand that now is a time to come together again,” Pedrotty said. “It’s exciting to see that we can consolidate and move forward with ideas.” Keller was not the only Democrat to win on Tuesday. Cynthia Borrego won the City Council District 5 election over Robert Aragon with 54 percent of the votes. The election of Borrego gives Democrats the majority in a nonpartisan City Council, which could potentially ensure that Keller has a veto-proof council if members vote
along party lines. “I know we are going to do the best job possible,” said Borrego addressing the crowd during the Keller watch party. As his speech closed, Keller said his work as the new mayor of Albuquerque would begin as soon as possible. “Tonight we celebrate — tomorrow we get to work,” he said.
deficit, causing budget cuts and layoffs for employees. In 2015, MU was the scene of a controversial protest for minority students’ rights, which sparked the creation of the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX with the help of Stokes, the Missourian said. According to CNN, the thenchancellor of the University, R. Bowen Loftin, said the protests at MU in September of 2015 were caused by “incidents of bias and discrimination.” The protests were sparked when the head of the campus’ student government
made remarks on Facebook that denounced homosexuality and transgender individuals. The protests began because student activists felt not enough action was taken to reprimand the head of student government for his statement. Another discriminatory act occurred in October of that year, when an African-American student organization meeting was interrupted by an intoxicated white student who shouted racial slurs, according to CNN. This incident led to student protests, hunger strikes
and football players boycotting game performance because of the lack of action by the provost at the time. In response to the student body backlash to the controversies, Stokes then helped create foundations for the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX. Stokes has accepted the offer to serve as president of UNM and may use her experiences to eventually address the issues on this campus. According to the annual UNM Clery Report for 2017, this campus has experienced an increase in crimes, specifically
concerning sexual violence. UNM’s LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center has made efforts to spread awareness for assault and harassment, and Stokes might be able to use her experience to continue to address such campus safety measures.
“Making a film is a mission, and with every film it takes the effort of a team working long hours and spending a lot of time together to
the surface,” said Cruz. Cruz worked with Producer, Editor and frequent co-conspirator Tony Rodriguez along with a cast and crew for hours on end to create this masterpiece. “Making a film is a mission, and with every film it takes the effort of a team working long hours and spending a lot of time together to get it done,” Cruz said. This film festival has given students the opportunity to express themselves and have the chance to learn what it is like to create a film from scratch. It is a platform for filmmakers to completely expose themselves through their art.
The inspiration for Cruz’ film came from his high-school sweetheart. “When I began writing ‘Strange Love,’ my high school sweetheart and I moved in together into a small one-room studio apartment, and for the first time I experienced the kind of love of building a home and a life with another person and what it meant to be each other’s support system, but I also experienced a new fear,” Cruz said. “The fear of losing this person that I love and that I’ve created a home with, and the thought of how fragile the idea of home is. ‘Strange Love’ was a reaction to that love and fear translated into something artistic and consumable.”
The Cherry Reel Film Festival has become a tradition at UNM, with each filmmaker living through their own ups and downs while putting their heart and soul into a film to share with the UNM and Albuquerque community. “We want attendees to walk away saying that UNM has a bunch of amazing talent,” Martinez-Varela said. “We want them to leave Cherry Reel with their favorite film and to tell their friends about it.”
Kyle Land is a news editor at the Daily Lobo. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @Kyleoftheland. Madison Spratto is a news editor at the Daily Lobo. She can be contacted at email@example.com or on Twitter @Madi_Spratto.
assault, called “kNOw MORE”. In the final months of Stoke’s leadership at FSU in 2014, there was a shooting at the campus’s Strozier Library. Stokes intended to make sure the campus was safely recovering from the incident before accepting a new position at the University of Missouri, according to the Tallahassee Democrat. After her time at FSU, Stokes was appointed executive vice president and provost member of the University of Missouri in 2015, according to the Missourian. MU also experienced a dramatic
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Rebecca Brusseau is a news reporter at the Daily Lobo. She primarily covers the LGBTQ community. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on Twitter @r_brusseau.
the Cinematic Arts department and in the Albuquerque community. He helped mold the festival into what it is today.” This year, he was selected as a 2017 New Mexico Filmmakers Showcase finalist in the student category for his film, “Strange Love.” "‘Strange Love’ is a story that follows a lonely-hearted Celia and her journey to mend her broken heart after the unexplained loss of her husband. The dream home Celia and her husband bought together, three years later, is now but a hollow shell of what it once was. This is a love story...but something strange and twisted lies beneath
get it done.” Mikel Cruz Co-founder of Cherry Reel Film Festival
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UNM builds momentum for third win of season The Lobos continue their streak after Monday’s upset victory over Marquette
By Matthew Narvaiz @matt_narvaiz The University of New Mexico Lobos, behind the scoring of freshman guard Madi Washington, cruised to an easy 107-66 victory over Northern New Mexico Wednesday evening, marking a new program record for most points scored in a game. The former record of 106 points dates back to 1979 when the Lobos played Northern Arizona, but it is also the first time the Lobos have had a 100-point regular season game since 2005 when they played Morgan State. Washington, who came off the bench but saw 20 minutes of play, scored a game high 27 points on 7-of-15 shooting from the field, with five of those made shots coming from beyond the arc. “She was aggressive,” head coach Mike Bradbury said of Washington’s performance. “And that’s good. But we’ve been working and talking and tinkering with her a little bit. She’s really talented, but we just haven’t gotten enough out of her (this season), and that’s a lot my fault, a little bit her fault.” He said he didn’t have a perfect answer, but acknowledged that Washington is too talented to keep off the floor. And after Wednesday’s performance, she may be well on her way to seeing more action. All 13 active Lobos (3-0) saw playing time, though Jaisa Nunn — who started — only logged in 10 minutes. The junior forward logged 34 minutes in the previous game, putting the team on her back on the way to a 39-point performance. Nunn ended Wednesday’s game with just two points, but almost everyone chipped in to help the cause. Junior center Erica Moore was the only Lobo player that didn’t register points in the box score — though she was tied with a game-high two blocks. The start of the first quarter for New Mexico wasn’t pretty, as the team let the Eagles (2-5) tie the game up at eight points apiece
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The UNM Women’s basketball team celebrates after a win against Marquette University on Nov. 13, 2017 at Dreamstyle Arena. The Lobos won 88-87.
nearly halfway through the period. But the Lobos went on a 6-0 run to go up 14-8 before Northern New Mexico was able to answer. Toward the end of the quarter, freshman guard Jaedyn De La Cerda managed to get a steal, make a layup in transition, all while getting fouled. And she completed the three-point play by knocking down the free throw. Interestingly, all five New Mexico starters logged in only three minutes total in the first quarter, while all 13 active players saw playing time in the frame. In the second quarter, the Lobos stepped on the gas pedal. The team opened up the quarter with senior guard Alex Lapeyrolerie scoring the first three points, spurring another 6-0 run in the first two minutes
of the frame. From there, a steady stream of hard-nosed defense and scoring from Washington, who had seven points in the quarter, helped the Lobos get out to a 5026 lead by halftime. Nearly half of the Lobos’ first half points came off of turnovers, with the team scoring 22 points off 16 Northern New Mexico mishaps. The Eagles opened the second half with another turnover, which turned into a transition layup from freshman guard N’Dea Flye. Shortly thereafter, New Mexico rallied off three straight 3-pointers, putting the team up by 33 points a little over halfway through the quarter. Leading into the fourth quarter, though, it seemed as if
Northern New Mexico caught its second wind, as it scored the first four points of the frame. But the Lobos kept pace, with Washington scoring seemingly at will — she had 12 points in the final period. Junior guard Emily Lines also made her presence known in the fourth quarter. In the frame, she made two 3-pointers, eventually helping the Lobos to a 41-point margin of victory. Washington headlined a quartet of Lobos who scored in the double digits for New Mexico. Senior guards Cherise Beynon and Laneah Bryan had 11 and 13 points, respectively, while Lines finished with 10. As a team, New Mexico shot 42.4 percent from the field and 39.3 percent from range.
Conversely, the Eagles shot 37.5 percent from the field. The difference? Turnovers. The Lobos forced 30 Northern New Mexico turnovers which they took full advantage of, capitalizing with 43 points off of the errors. With a 3-0 start under its belt, UNM will shift its focus to an upcoming rivalry game against New Mexico State on Saturday, Nov. 18 at home. The game is set for a 2 p.m. start time and will be broadcast on the Mountain West Network. Matthew Narvaiz is a senior sports reporter for the Daily Lobo. He primarily covers men’s and women’s basketball and baseball. He can be contacted at sports@ dailylobo.com or on Twitter @matt_narvaiz.
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LETTERS Say no to “America First” Editor, If this nation stopped stealing and hogging the world’s wealth, if this nation stopped murdering moms, dads and kids in many nations, the United States would have far less enemies! My country is the world. I want all seven-plus billion people on Earth to be treated fairly! HELL NO to America first! I do not pledge allegiance to the U.S. flag or
“Honest Ads Act” undermines right to free political speech Editor, Wikipedia defines “moral panic” as “a feeling of fear spread among a large number of people that some evil threatens the wellbeing of society” and notes that “A Dictionary of Sociology” attributes the cultivation of moral panics to “moral entrepreneurs and the mass media.” We’re well into the second year of a moral panic drummed up by Democrats and “Never Trump” Republicans for the purpose of nullifying the outcome of the 2016 presidential election — removing U.S. President Donald Trump from office or making him a four-year
to any nation’s flag. I strongly support this city to be a safe place for refugees and for undocumented people. Even if Russia wrongly interfered in the 2016 U.S. election, the BLOODY TRUTH is the U.S. for decades under both Republican and Democratic presidents has done FAR WORSE to over 60 nations! How many U.S. politicians and mainstream media have the conscience and the courage to emphasize this? In 1973, the U.S. helped to overthrow the president of Chile, the oldest democracy in Latin America. Then the U.S. helped to install the brutal dictator, Pinochet, who tortured and murdered thousands in Chile.
The main goal worldwide of the U.S. empire sadly is grabbing more wealth, resources and cheap labor by any means necessary — regardless how many millions are robbed, starved, tortured, imprisoned and murdered! The main goal worldwide of the U.S. empire sadly is not now and never has been genuine democracy, freedom, justice and human rights for ALL people on Earth. The U.S. government deliberately targets Chicano, black and Native youth here — seducing and recruiting them to go kill people of color abroad. Families of color here become blood invested in evil U.S. wars
because of their beloved sons and daughters who are soldiers. Love for their soldier sons and daughters often blinds these families and keeps them from strongly protesting evil U.S. wars. As long as most people here believe they deserve much more than desperately poor multitudes abroad and as long as most people here crave and buy crap no one needs, the U.S. will rob, exploit, injure and murder millions. But as individuals, we can choose to live simple and fairly in our world family.
de facto lame duck — by blaming his upset victory on “Russian meddling.” But moral panics have multiple uses. As former Obama White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel once said, ”[y]ou never let a serious crisis go to waste...it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.” This is as true of an artificial crisis as of a real one. Perhaps even more so, since real crises need to be dealt with, not just manufactured and hyped. Karen Hobert Flynn of The Daily Beast reports that U.S. Senators John McCain (R-AZ), Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Mark Warner (D-VA) are pushing something called “The Honest Ads Act.” The prospective law would burden websites and social media networks with unconstitutional identity disclosure and disclaimer requirements like those currently covering political ads on radio and television.
Their excuse? Moral panic. “The Russians” pushed some cheesy political memes over social media last year. Obviously, “Hillary vs. Jesus” is what swung the election. And, Hobert asserts, Americans have a “fundamental right to know who is trying to influence our votes and our views on public policy.” Well, no. Americans — and Russians — have a fundamental right to say what they want to say, with or without their names attached to it. “Who the Author of this Production is, is wholly unnecessary to the Public, as the Object for Attention is the Doctrine itself, not the Man,” reads an old political pamphlet. That old pamphlet is “Common Sense,” the manifesto of the American Revolution. We know its author’s name — Thomas Paine — now, but its first readers didn’t. From
“Cato’s Letters” to “The Federalist Papers,” anonymous and pseudonymous political speech defined early American free speech in ideology and in practice. There’s a right to speak. There’s a right to listen or not listen to what someone says. There’s a right to ask who’s saying it and to condition one’s belief or non-belief on the answer. But that answer may be “none of your business,” and there’s no right to forcibly dictate otherwise. Don’t let demagogues like McCain, Klobuchar, and Warner exploit the current moral panic to manufacture fake new rights at the expense of old real ones.
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How meditation can help with your health By Zachary Fry
Editor’s Note: This piece was originally published online in the UNM BioBlog on Oct. 25, 2017, written by Zachary Fry. This is part of our project to help connect the Daily Lobo audience to more members of our community. Sa-ta-na-ma. No, this isn’t a fancy way to spell “Satan.” These are the sounds repeated by a group of elderly citizens in a meditation regimen, designed to help with memory loss. So what exactly is meditation? When you hear the word “mediation,” you might picture a spiritual guru or a Buddhist monk sitting in a serene natural environment, with their legs crossed, eyes closed and chanting a mantra or breathing deeply. However, this is a narrow perspective. Meditation is what you choose it to be: there is no right or wrong way to meditate, as long as you are consistent with what you do.
It can be something as simple as taking a walk around the park or sitting in a quiet space focusing on the breath, whatever works for you. I have been meditating for three and a half years, but I don’t consider myself a guru or a monk. In this short span of time, I have become more comfortable being myself and have grown tremendously, both spiritually and mentally. Meditating has become a safe haven for me. It has allowed me to release the pent-up negative energy that has accumulated inside me for 22 years, making me a happier and healthier human being. Several studies show that meditating can improve your brain function, mood and overall health. It helps reduce stress, improves concentration, increases self-awareness, and it can help you fall asleep. These supposed benefits of meditating sound too good to be true. Does science support these claims? In one study, in which elderly patients with memory and cognitive problems meditated for 12 minutes a day for eight weeks (which consisted of repeating
the sounds sa-ta-na-ma), they documented improved cerebral blood flow to the frontal cortex of the brain. This improves attention, decision making and long-term memory. The subjects in this study performed better on various tests the researchers designed, such as memory tests involving pictures and words and logical tests after the eight-week meditation program, compared to before the program started. Another study indicates that meditating reduces the inflammatory molecules responsible for stress responses, helps to lower the level of toxic compounds in the body and even increases the level of a chemical that helps regulate our mood. These are just a couple of examples of how meditation can be beneficial in your life, and I can definitively say that meditation has helped me in more ways than I can count. I have been practicing mindfulness meditation, specifically by focusing on the breath, for around 350 hours total in my life. It has profoundly changed the way I view myself as an individual and how I view the universe
as a whole. Meditation has helped me become much more comfortable being alone over the course of the three and half years that I have been meditating, and it has allowed me to become more honest about my flaws and my strengths. In the past, I wasn’t able to concentrate for long periods of time and would often get distracted and procrastinate work that needed my full attention. But since I’ve started meditating, I have noticed a dramatic increase in my ability to focus and to maintain that focus for long durations. Meditating has also helped me sleep significantly better by regulating my circadian rhythm in ways that nothing else has. In addition to this, meditation has changed my perspective on spirituality and even science. There is no scientific basis to explain the inter-connectedness you feel with the universe whilst you are in deep meditation. From personal experience, I believe meditating allows you to grow within yourself and reach a level of satisfaction that cannot be obtained from something physically tangible. So if nothing
else after reading this, I hope you try to meditate, however you choose to do so and allow some time out of your day to be used for personal and spiritual growth.
the vehicle, the officer located a silver folding knife. The man said he pulled the knife, because he was annoyed that the groundskeepers were blowing dirt around his vehicle, and he was trying to rest. A groundskeeper stated he was blowing leaves when the male approached him, yelling that he could not be working in that area. The man then pulled the knife, still yelling, now walking toward the groundskeeper. The groundskeeper ran toward his work truck and called his manager, who then called UNMH security.
The man was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Battery On Nov. 7, officers were dispatched in reference to a call that an unknown male hit a male student, according to a report. The student was standing with four of his friends when an unknown tall heavy man wearing all black yelled at one of his friends and said, “What are you looking at?” The second student assured the man that he was not looking at him. The unknown male ap-
proached the second student and pushed his chest with his hands. A third student from the group of friends stepped between the male and the second student. The unknown male swung at the third student, hitting him with a closed hand on the student’s left eye, which caused his eye to swell. The male walked away and was not located by officers. Criminal damage On Nov. 3, a resident of Lobo Rainforest left to Taos, New Mexico for the weekend, according to a police report. The male left his
motorcycle parked in the Lobo Rainforest parking lot, near the road. He returned Sunday evening and tried to use his motorcycle Monday morning. He noticed there was damage to the ignition of his vehicle. The damage is suspected to have been caused during an attempt to steal the motorcycle. No other damage was found. When the Lobo Rainforest office talked with security, he was told to contact UNMPD and file a police report.
Zachary Fry is an undergraduate student studying biology and evolutionary anthropology at UNM. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Bibliography 1. Holmes, Lindsay. “8 Ways Meditation Can Improve Your Life.” The Huffington Post, TheHuffingtonPost.com, 19 September 2014. 2. Newberg, Andrew B., et al. 2012. “Meditation effects on cognitive function and cerebral blood flow in subjects with memory loss: a preliminary study”. Annals of Neurosciences 19(2) 3. Kasala, Eshvendar Reddy, et al. 2014. “Effect of meditation on neurophysiological changes in stress mediated depression.” Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, 20(1):74–80.
CRIME BRIEFS Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon On the morning of Nov. 8, officers were sent to a parking lot near UNMH in reference to a man who pulled a knife on a groundskeeper, according to a UNMPD report. The officer observed a male subject in a white UNMH van that security pointed out. The officer called the subject out of the van with a microphone. The male complied, telling the officer that the knife was in the van. He also gave the officer permission to search the van. Upon searching
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Lobo LifeThursday-Sunday, campusNovember calendar of events 16-19, 2017 Current Exhibits LOBOMANIA! UNM Sports through the Years 8:00am-5:00pm, Monday-Saturday Zimmerman Library, Frank Waters Room 105 This exhibit encompasses all the varieties of sports at UNM and explores the development of Lobo Athletics over time. The exhibit also spotlights well-known UNM athletes and coaches. Internationally Themed Library Collections Exhibits 8:00-9:00pm, Monday-Sunday Zimmerman, Parish, and Fine Arts Libraries An event with Global Education Week, will feature Latin American graphic novels, Latin American cookbooks, selections from the “A Year of Reading the World” project, and international children’s literature. Parish Library and the Fine Arts Design Library will highlight some of their internationally related collections. Ivory Black and Flake White 9:00am-5:00pm, Tuesday-Friday Tamarind Institute, 2500 Central Ave SE This exhibition includes historical lithographs by Louise Nevelson, David Hare, George McNeil, José Luis Cuevas, June Wayne, and Robert De Niro Sr. It also explores more recent Tamarind editions by Tara Donovan, Rachel Perry, Teo González, and Enrique Martinez.
Frida Kahlo – Her Photos 10:00am - 4:00pm, Tuesday- Friday 10:00am - 8:00pm, Saturday UNM Art Museum The University of New Mexico Art Museum presents the international traveling exhibition Frida Kahlo – Her Photos, featuring a rare and extensive selection of Kahlo’s personal photographs. New Releases 9:00am-5:00pm, Tuesday-Friday Tamarind Institute, 2500 Central Ave SE Recent projects completed by artists who have been invited to collaborate with Tamarind master printers. Ancestors 10:00am-4:00pm, Tuesday-Friday Maxwell Museum of Anthropology This exhibit introduces our ancestors and close relatives. These ancient relatives will take you through the story in which all of our ancestors had a role. Student-Teacher Examples with Raye Cohen 11:00am-3:00pm, Monday-Friday Masley Gallery Faculty member Raye Cohen exhibits his art works to share his creative research. Arita Porcelain & Pueblo Pottery Group Exhibition 11:00am-3:00pm, Monday-Friday Masley Gallery This exhibit shows knowledge,
experiences, and service to the university community regarding contemporary topics in art and art education. MFA Thesis Exhibition/BFA Honors Thesis Exhibition 11:00am-3:00pm, Monday-Friday Masley Gallery This exhibition provides knowledge, experiences, and service to the university community regarding contemporary topics in art and art education students.
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Annual Bilinski Fellowship Colloquium 12:00--3:00pm SUB Lobo A&B The Bilinski Colloquium showcases the work of several doctoral students selected for 2015 awards and highlights the diversity and innovation in the Humanities at UNM. Graduate students are welcome to attend, and PhD students in the Humanities are especially encouraged to attend. International Dessert Competition 12:00-2:00pm SUB Atrium Twelve teams of two students will present a dessert from a country or sovereign nation. The teams will use their dessert to promote a
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study abroad experience. A panel of three judges will determine a winner based on how well the dessert promotes their study abroad destination, as well as its taste and presentation. Food Not Bombs! 12:00-1:00pm In Front of UNM Bookstore Free lunch in front of the UNM Bookstore. Every Thursday at noon. Everyone is welcome. Lorena Hughes 12:00-1:00pm UNM Bookstore A book discussion and signing with author Lorena Hughes.
Lectures & Readings Pathology Seminar Series 8:00-9:00am Fitz Hall, Room 303 David Sklar, MD, Arizona State University, presents “How Medical Education Drives Health Care Delivery Reform.” Switching/Diversity in the Legal Profession with Rodney Browne 12:00-1:00pm UNM School of Law HIST 220 Public Lecture 12:30-1:45pm Zimmerman Library, Waters Room Alfred D. Mathewson, UNM, presents “African Americans and UNM.”
Thesis Presentation 2:00-3:00pm Northrop Hall, Room 116 Anthony Gargano, Earth & Planetary Sciences, presents “The Chlorine Isotope composition of iron meteorites and the sources of water and chlorine to earth.” HIST 220 Public Lecture 3:00-4:30pm Zimmerman Library, Room 105 Alfred Dennis Mathewson, Dean & Henry Weihofen Chair in Law, UNM School of Law, presents “African Americans and UNM.” Dissertation Presentation 3:00-4:00pm Centennial Engineering Building Nadiezda Fernandez Oropeza, Interdisciplinary Engineering, presents “Development of biomimetic membrane assemblies on microparticles for highthroughput and multiplexable studies.” Biology Fall 2017 Seminar 3:30-4:45pm Castetter Hall, Room 100 Dr. Lee Taylor, UNM, presents “Soil Fungi: Immense Complexity, But Is There Structure?”
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Lobo LiFeThursday-Sunday, campusNovember calendar of events 16-19, 2017 Campus Calendar continued from pg 6 CQuIC Seminar 3:30-4:30pm Physics & Astronomy, Room 190 Robin Blume-Kohout, Sandia National Laboratories, presents “Fantastic errors and where to find them.” Feeling Big Data Lecture 5:30-7:00pm ARTSLab Jessica Rajko, interdisciplinary artist, presents a lecture on “Data Visualization” and “Experience Modeling: Somatic approaches to wearable technology design.” Sigma Xi Public Talk 5:30-6:30pm UNM Conference Center, Room G Wick Haxton, University of California Berkley, presents “Why Are We Here? The Mystery of Matter.”
Art & Music Threepenny Opera 7:30-9:30pm X Theater The musical tale of the most notorious criminal, Mack The Knife. Due to content and language, parental discretion is advised. Tickets starting at $10.
Theater & Film It - Mid Week Movie Series 3:30-5:30pm SUB Theater A group of bullied kids with troubled family lives, band together when a monster, taking the appearance of a clown, begins hunting children. $3/2.50/2
Student Groups & Gov. Genomics Journal Club 9:00-10:00am CTRC, Room 240 Biochemistry and Biology Journal Club 12:00-1:00pm BRF, Room 218
Cell and Molecular Basis of Disease (CMBD) Club 12:00-1:00pm Fitz Hall, Room 303 Cardiovascular Physiology Journal Club 4:00-5:00pm Fitz Hall, Room 205 SAEA Meeting 4:00-5:30pm SUB Jemez The Society for Adaptable Education is a student organization dedicated to making the University of New Mexico an accessible destination university and to promoting disability consciousness in the community. Advanced Lobo Leaders Meeting 4:00-10:00pm SUB Cherry/Silver Campus Crusade for Christ Weekly Meeting 6:00-9:00pm SUB Santa Ana A&B Graduate Christian Bible Study 6:00-9:00pm SUB Alumni Mock Trial Club 6:30-9:30pm SUB Lobo A
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presented by the R.B. Burnham Trading Company and purchase at a 20% discount, and preview t 9th Annual Navajo Rug Auction items. The Burnhams will be on site to conduct a Native American arts & crafts Appraisal Clinic so bring your Native art to be identified and valued.
Sprechtisch - Deutsch Klub 7:30-10:00pm Carraro’s & Joe’s Place, 108 Vassar Dr SE Meet in a friendly atmosphere to practice speaking German.
Listening Party 5:00-7:00pm KUNM 89.9
Jitterbugs Anonymous! 8:00-10:00pm Johnson Gym, Aerobics Room B553 Learn how to swing dance.
Dermatology Grand Rounds-Guest Speaker 8:00-9:00am Dermatology Library, 1021 Medical Arts Ave. NE Jonathon Bolton, MD, associate vice chancellor for Academic Affairs and director of the Office of Professionalism for the UNM Health Sciences Center, presents “How to Understand Professionalism and, More Importantly, How to Understand Unprofessional Behavior.”
Meetings FT Faculty Meeting 9:30-10:45am Honors College Conference Room CL Neuroradiology Conference 2:00-3:00pm Family Medicine Center, Room 420
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UNM Business Plan Competition Boot Camp 9:30-11:30am SUB Fiesta A & B John Brown, President & CEO of Silent Falcon UAS Technologies and Matthew Ennis, Founder & Managing Director of Monsoon Road, LLC will share what investors are looking for in the financials portion of a business plan.
Appraisal Clinic and Native American Jewelry Sale 5:00-7:00pm Maxwell Museum of Anthropology Browse a wide selection of jewelry
Cellular & Molecular Basis of Disease Seminar Series 12:00-1:00pm Fitz Hall, Room 303 Miles Wilkinson, PhD, Department
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of Reproductive Medicine, presents “The Role of RNA Metabolism Dysregulation in Intellectual Disability and Neurodevelopmental Disorders.” Feeling Big Data Workshop 5:30-7:00pm ARTSLab Jessica Rajko, interdisciplinary artist, presents a workshop on “Data Visualization” and “Experience Modeling: Somatic approaches to wearable technology design.” David Sedaris 8:00-9:00pm Popejoy Hall David Sedaris returns to UNM to read his words in his own inimitable voice, featuring selections from his latest book, “Theft By Finding: Diaries”. Tickets starting at $20.
Art & Music Lydia Neal, Voice Senior Recital 6:00-7:30pm Keller Hall Free to attend. Threepenny Opera 7:30-9:30pm X Theater The musical tale of the most notorious criminal, Mack The Knife. Due to content and language, parental discretion is advised. Tickets starting at $10.
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Campus Calendar continued from pg 7 Matthew Stanley, Graduate Recital 8:00-9:30pm Keller Hall Free to attend.
Sports & Recreation UNM Football vs. UNLV 7:30-9:30pm University Stadium Free with student I.D.
Student Groups & Gov. Neuroscience Journal Club 9:00-10:00am Fitz Hall, Room 243 League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) 7:30-8:45pm
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Suzuki Lab School Noon Recital 12:00-1:30pm Keller Hall Featuring students studying in the Lab School under the direction of the UNM Pedagogy Intern Teachers. Free to Attend. Threepenny Opera 7:30-9:30pm X Theater The musical tale of the most notorious criminal, Mack The Knife. Due to content and language, parental discretion is advised. Tickets starting at $10. Deborah Cleaver 7:30-9:00pm Keller Hall Guest Artist Recital featuring Deborah Cleaver, piano. From Portland, Oregon feature a Lecture Recital, “The Art of the Saraband.”
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A Charlie Brown Christmas 1:00-3:00pm Popejoy Hall The classic animated special comes to life in this faithful stage adaptation featuring live performances of Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus and the rest of the Peanuts, accompanied by a live rendition of the Vince Guaraldi score. Kick off the holiday season with the Peanuts gang as they sing carols, decorate a pint-sized tree, and discover the true meaning of Christmas.
The musical tale of the most notorious criminal, Mack The Knife. Due to content and language, parental discretion is advised. Tickets starting at $10. Gabriel-Lee Guiterrez, Senior Recital 4:00-5:30pm Keller Hall Free to attend.
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