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Students support Lottery Scholarship at UNM Day by Luke Holmen holmen@unm.edu

About 200 UNM students are expected to travel to Santa Fe today to advocate on behalf of the University during the New Mexico legislative session’s annual UNM Day. Students attending UNM Day through ASUNM’s Governmental Affairs Office will receive a free round-trip Rail Runner ticket, free lunch at Tomasita’s Mexican restaurant and a letter excusing them from class for the day, but Florencio Olguin, executive director of ASUNM Governmental Affairs, said he hopes students are coming because they believe

they can help improve the lives of current and future students. “UNM Day is important for students because it gives us an opportunity to voice our concerns on issues that affect us,” he said. Olguin said ASUNM’s 2012 legislative priorities include advocating for the continuation of the Legislative Lottery Scholarship, eliminating the legislative tuition tax credit and requesting funding for improved lighting on campus and a new commuter shuttle. Along with New Mexico State University, UNM is supporting House Joint Memorial 14 and Senate Joint Memorial 27, which propose creating a task force to study Lottery

Scholarship funding options, Olguin said. “It would include three students representing New Mexico institutions of higher education … to (discuss) how to keep the Lottery scholarship solvent,” he said. “We think this is a positive step for eventual solvency of the scholarship.” GPSA Lobby Committee co-chair Travis McIntyre said the committee is looking forward to working with their undergraduate counterparts from UNM during the 2012 state legislative session. McIntyre said a member of the Lobby Committee has been at the Legislature every day since the session started. “We will talk about our No. 1 issue, the

tuition credit,” he said. “The tuition credit is the amount the government says you need to increase tuition by, because they are going to give you that much less money. It’s basically a tax on students.” McIntyre said the Lobby Committee will also advocate for a proposed new funding formula, which would determine UNM’s budget based on student performance, rather than enrollment numbers. He said he also plans to advocate for the reinstatement of graduate student funding in the form of grants. Since 2002 the state has given

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The Associated Press OAKLAND, Calif. — It started peacefully enough: A midday rally at City Hall and a march. But as the day wore on, Oakland was hit by the most turbulent protests in weeks as Occupy demonstrators clashed repeatedly with police, leaving more than 400 people arrested. The demonstrations in downtown Oakland broke a lull that had seen just a smattering of people taking to Oakland’s streets in recent weeks for occasional marches that bore little resemblance to the headline-grabbing Occupy demonstrations of last fall. That all changed Saturday with clashes punctuated by rock and bottle throwing by protesters and volleys of tear gas from police, and a City Hall break-in that left glass cases smashed, graffiti spraypainted on walls and an American flag burned. AP photos showing the flag burning — including images of masked protesters touching off the blaze, a woman urging protesters not to burn it, and another of an officer stomping out the fire — drew attention on social networking sites. At least three officers and one protester were injured. Police spokesman Sgt. Jeff Thomason said there were more than 400 arrests on charges ranging from failure to disperse to vandalism. On Sunday, Oakland officials vowed to be ready if Occupy protesters try to mount another large-scale demonstration. Protesters, meanwhile, decried Saturday’s police tactics as illegal and threatened to sue. Mayor Jean Quan personally inspected damage caused by dozens of people who allegedly broke into City Hall, which reopened Monday. She said she wants a court order to keep Occupy protesters who have been arrested several times out of Oakland, which has been hit

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AP Photo An Occupy Oakland protester is arrested by Oakland police during an anti-police protest, Saturday, in Oakland. Police said they arrested about 400 people as protesters spent a portion of the day trying to get into a vacant convention center. The protesters allegedly later broke into City Hall and tried to occupy a YMCA. repeatedly by demonstrations that have cost the financially troubled city about $5 million. Quan also called on the loosely organized movement to “stop using Oakland as its playground.” “People in the community and people in the Occupy movement have to stop making excuses for this behavior,” she said. Saturday’s protests — the most convulsive since Oakland police forcefully dismantled an Occupy encampment in November — came just days after the announcement of a new round of actions. The group said it planned to use a vacant building as a social center and political hub and threatened to try to shut down the Port of Oakland for a third time, occupy the airport and take over City Hall. After the mass arrests, the Occupy Oakland Media Committee

“People in the community and people in the Occupy movement have to stop making excuses for this behavior” ~Jean Quan mayor of Oakland criticized the police’s conduct, saying that most of the arrests were made illegally because police failed to allow protesters to disperse. It threatened legal action. “Contrary to their own policy, the OPD gave no option of leaving or instruction on how to depart. These

arrests are completely illegal, and this will probably result in another class action lawsuit against the OPD,” a release from the group said. Deputy Police Chief Jeff Israel told reporters late Saturday that protesters gathered unlawfully and police gave them multiple verbal warnings to disband. Earlier this month, a courtappointed monitor submitted a report to a federal judge that included “serious concerns” about the department’s handling of the Occupy protests. Police officials say they were in “close contact” with the federal monitor during the protests. The national Occupy Wall Street movement, which denounces corporate excess and economic inequality, began in New York City in the fall but has been largely dormant lately. Oakland, New York and Los Angeles were among the

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cities with the largest and most vocal Occupy protests early on. The demonstrations ebbed after those cities used force to move out hundreds of demonstrators who had set up tent cities. Caitlin Manning, an Occupy Oakland member, believes that Saturday’s protest caught the world’s attention. “The Occupy movement is back on the map,” Manning said Sunday. “We think those who have been involved in movements elsewhere should be heartened.” In Oakland, social activism and civic unrest have long marked this rough-edged city of nearly 400,000 across the bay from San Francisco. Beset by poverty, crime and a decades-long tense relationship between the police and the

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Oliver said there are currently a few options for registering online. Rockthevote.com is a site that allows registrants to fill out a Federal Voter Registration form, which is good in any state. The form must be printed out and sent to the County Clerk’s office to be official, she said. Oliver said the Bernalillo Country Clerk’s office will also mail out voter registration forms on request. Call 505468-1291 to request a form. Another way to register is through third party voter registration agents, who solicit voter registration on university campuses and public events. Another option is to physically go down to the County Clerk’s office or any government office.

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Depending on how and where one registers, identification requirements vary. Oliver said online registration simply requires a Social Security number, but mail-in forms require an attached copy of a government-issued ID or photo ID. Oliver said a school ID is acceptable. Those who choose to register in person don’t need photo identification, but should bring a Social Security card or Social Security number.

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After registering, a voter identification card will arrive in the mail, Oliver said. It should arrive within a week of registering. Registering at peak times, a few weeks before an election, can delay a card’s delivery up to three weeks, Oliver said.

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$100,000 per year in grants to fund graduate student research projects that benefited New Mexico, but those grants were cut last year. UNM’s Office of Government and Community Relations provided the funding to purchase Rail Runner train tickets for undergraduates, graduates and alumni, Olguin said.

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Additionally, ASUNM Governmental Affairs has a line item in its budget dedicated to funding lunch for UNM Day. ASUNM Senator Caroline Muraida said UNM Day is a time when UNM students can unite under one banner, regardless of the organizations they belong to within UNM.

“UNM Day is a great opportunity for all students, not just those involved in student government or government affairs, to take an active role in the legislative process,” she said. “This is an opportunity to advocate on behalf of issues that affect all students, like the lottery scholarship, honors college, or tuition credit.”

On Saturday, she thought the police response was measured. She also said she hopes prosecutors will seek a stay-away order against protesters who have been arrested multiple times. “It appears that most of them constantly come from outside of Oakland,” Quan said. “I think a lot of the young people who come to these demonstrations think they’re being revolutionary when they’re really hurting the people they claim that they are representing.” Saturday’s events began when a group assembled outside City Hall and marched through the streets, disrupting traffic as they threatened to take over a vacant convention center. The protesters then walked to the convention center, where some started tearing down perimeter fencing and “destroying construction equipment” shortly before 3 p.m., police said. The number of demon-

strators swelled as the day wore on, with afternoon estimates ranging up to 2,000 people, although city leaders say that figure was much closer to several hundred. A majority of the arrests came after police took scores of protesters into custody as they marched through downtown, with some entering a YMCA building, Thomason said. One of those taken into custody at the facility was KGO radio reporter Kristin Hanes. Though she was released after about 25 minutes, Hanes said she was “angry that they put a reporter in zip-tie handcuffs.” Oakland police didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment about her arrest.

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community, its streets have often seen clashes between officers and protesters, including anti-draft protests in the 1960s that spilled into town from neighboring Berkeley. Dozens of officers, who maintained guard at City Hall overnight, were also on the scene Sunday. “They were never able to occupy a building outside of City Hall,” Interim Police Chief Howard Jordan said Sunday. “We suspect they will try to go to the convention center again. They will not get in.” Jordan defended his officers’ response to the protesters on Saturday. “No we have not changed our tactics,” Jordan said. “The demonstrators have changed their tactics, which forces us to respond differently.” Quan, who faces two mayoral recall attempts, has been criticized for past police tear-gassing, though she said she was not aware of the plans.

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Take care, be smart if mixing sex and alcohol by Hunter Riley

Daily Lobo columnist Alcohol is one of the most popular drugs among college students, so it’s important to know how alcohol affects you and how it might affect your sexual decision making. According to Planned Parenthood’s website, “Nearly one-third of young adults have reported that they’ve ‘done more’ sexually under the influence of alcohol and drugs than they planned while sober.” Sexual assault is another risk of drunkenly choosing and getting to know your potential sexual partner. It is important to know who you might be going to bed with and to make sure that someone else knows where you are in case you need help or don’t come home. Laura Anne Stuart is a sex columnist for the Shepherd Express, a weekly newspaper in Milwaukee, and the coordinator of sexual health education and violence prevention at Northwestern University’s Center for Awareness, Response and Education. In a 2010 column titled “Putting the Drunken Hookup to Bed” she wrote, “… Legally, intoxicated people cannot consent to sexual activity; therefore, if you have sex with someone who’s drunk, you may be committing sexual assault.” On Planned Parenthood’s website it says, “Mixing sex with alcohol or other drugs also increases the chances of unintended pregnancy and exposure to sexually transmitted infections. If you have sex when you’re drunk or high, you’re much less likely to be thinking clearly enough to use condoms, or use them correctly.” Keeping all of these risks and potentially dangerous scenarios in mind, alcohol can, depending on the person and quantity, help a person overcome nervousness or anxiety in finding partners. Having sex and drinking are two activities that college students indulge in frequently, often at the same time, and they will continue to do so. The least you can do for yourself and your partner is to know when you are sober enough to take the risk of having sex with someone, and when you aren’t. I am in no way saying that you should drink to be confident. You should be able to attract partners because of your attractive traits and sparkling personality. According to the How Stuff Works website, alcohol intoxication is divided into six stages that are based on the percent of alcohol in your blood and your symptoms. The euphoric stage comes first, with a blood-alcohol content (BAC) ranging from 0.03 percent to 0.12 percent. In my opinion, this is the only stage in which alcohol might help you socially and sexually, because it can make you feel bold and more self-confident. According to an article on everydayhealth. com written by Chris Iliades and medically reviewed by Farrokh Sohrabi, both medical doctors, in moderation alcohol can have sexual benefits. “Drink a little alcohol; kiss your bedroom jitters goodbye ... But beyond that newfound confidence, is alcohol good for your sex life?” the article asks. “Actually, the effect can be the opposite as your blood alcohol level increases. Alcohol is a depressant, and using it heavily can dampen mood, decrease sexual desire, and make it difficult for a man to achieve erections or reach an orgasm.” If you are in a relationship, you might benefit from a glass or two of red wine with dinner because many people say it makes them easily aroused. The euphoric stage is followed by the excitement stage with a BAC range of 0.09 percent to 0.25 percent. Symptoms during this stage are not conducive to good conversation, much less good sex. Drinkers might become sleepy, lose their balance and have trouble using their senses. If you are too drunk to feel the foreplay you are giving your partner, you are probably doing a sloppy job. Sloppy sex isn’t good sex. The next stage is confusion (0.18 percent to 0.30 percent BAC). Confusion and sex don’t mix and will similarly lead to sloppy sex that has a high potential for regret.

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Dear Wooley, The Super Bowl is next weekend and brother, I love football. I’ve got five fantasy leagues, Madden games from the past 10 years, and a TV that only tag-teams between ESPN and the NFL network. Here’s the deal. I promised this girl I like in my psychology class we’d hang out this weekend. However, I recently realized between work and school, the only days I’ll have available to do homework are Saturday and Sunday. I was hoping to take her out Saturday, but I’ve got an epic Super Bowl party planned with my buds Sunday. I have to write my papers for next week, but I don’t want to miss the opportunity to impress her. How do I not miss out? -Frazzled football fan   Dear Frazzled, Do what you need to do this week and if you have any spare time, try to knock out the homework you were planning to do this weekend during the week. I don’t know how much homework you have, but it probably won’t take you all day.  Still, I’m going to go out on a limb and suggest you invite the gal to your Super Bowl party. Normally I’d say you should find something she really likes to do, or come up with After that is the stupor stage (0.25 percent to 0.40 percent BAC), and the symptoms in this stage should make it impossible to have sex. Individuals in the stupor stage may not be able to move, walk or stand. They don’t respond to stimuli and may vomit. The next stage is the coma stage, with BAC ranging from 0.35 percent to 0.5 percent. Symptoms include unconsciousness, slow breathing and slow heart rate. The final stage is death, with a BAC of 0.50 percent or more. It is important to understand the stages of intoxication so that you can decide for yourself how much you want to drink if you are going to try to have sex with someone.

something completely original and take her out. I think that’s good, and girls should definitely be “wooed.” That said, it seems like football is something you’re really crazy about. If this weekend’s Super Bowl is important to you, she may be impressed you’re inviting her into something in your life you value so much. Yes, I know that for some fellas, this can be a ridiculous, roaring time of foul insanity and booze-blundered madness. Other parties are more tame. Still, there are plenty of gals who like football a lot. Some of them are more hard-core fans than guys, and they can be just as passionate. By inviting her, you can enjoy yourself, and she’s able to see you in an environment where you’re most comfortable, enjoying something you like with your friends. It’s essentially a snapshot of you for her. If she likes football and has a good time, you may be set up for a play off run … or a second date. If she is turned off and doesn’t have a good time, you at least know that she doesn’t share that same passion as you. Heck, Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and if you’re really set on this girl, you can make it up to her then. The point I’m trying to make is to be you. Enjoy her company and enjoy the game. If she turns down your offer to even attend the party, that’s okay too. You at least know where she stands. If that happens, offer to take her out some other time, but you may need a “hail Mary” for the relationship to go very far. More importantly, alcohol affects people differently. Just because your friend can have a few drinks and get laid successfully doesn’t mean alcohol will do the same for you. The purpose of this column is not to encourage alcohol use to make your sex life better. It is so that you can make educated choices about when you are in the right state of mind to make decisions about sexual activity, and when you aren’t. Hunter is a senior psychology major at UNM. She has a special interest in sex psychology and research. You can send your sex questions and comments to hriley@unm.edu

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Dear Wooley, I need a job, man. Obama’s speech and the GOP debates just remind me of how little hope it seems there is. I’ve been on unemployment for a while now and have taken loans out to continue my education. Still, a job would help. Do you know of anything? -Broke Dear Broke, I do. There are a few job fairs the Office of Career Services will be putting on this semester. You can find out more about dates and times and receive help from the good folks there on how to best be prepared for those opportunities. UNMjobs.unm.edu has a frequently updated listing of jobs for students, faculty and staff. The Daily Lobo is also hiring. You can come in and talk to someone in person. Mostly people are hired because they know someone. It doesn’t happen all the time, nor does it guarantee the position, but that’s how most people find out about jobs. Talk to people, everyone. Someone has to know of something, somewhere. And don’t be scared to start at the bottom. We all have had those bottom-of-the-barrel, entrylevel jobs. Be grateful for them. If you keep a good attitude and show yourself to do well in the small things, bigger and better stuff will come.

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The Lemonheads have clung to their punk roots since their start in the mid 80s. However, because it’s been a kind of revolving door of members for all but one person in the band, their sound has morphed into a generic alternative rock. Their tunes make a good soundtrack for a post-graduation road trip, with a hint of bittersweet nostalgia for better times. Meredith Sheldon and Lousy Robot join them on their “It’s a Shame About Ray� tour, the latter group picking up the pace with danceable beats and unconventional instruments and sounds.

“Is this the kind of sound that you want to hear? Is this the kind of vibe that you want to feel?� If you prefer a relaxed reggae beat over a hypedup techno show, and if “Sublime� means more to you than a state of mind, perhaps Rebelution is what you want to hear. Fans of the ska group Pepper will find Rebelution to be a more laid-back, mellow version of their favorite band. Pep Love, one of the members of the East Coast rap group Hieroglyphics, will mix up the mood with a hip-hop attitude and the obligatory weed references. Billed as the “Peace of Mind Tour,� this show is bound to be blissful.

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If the woeful, Victorian-era ladies had the opportunities women have today, they might sound like Emilie Autumn. Her history of bipolar disorder and a stint in a psychiatric facility inform the lyrics, reminiscent of newer emo music, but delivered without the whiny pitch that plagues that genre. Having studied violin, her music, coined Victoriandustrial, is not the usual in sound or stage presence. Though she sings songs of a disturbed mind, there is no plea for a pity party. She is accompanied by The Bloody Crumpets.

The Burque-born Taylor brothers, Thomas and Joel, come together as Siyeric. The instrumentals alone are reminiscent of classic rock, and when the boys chime in with smooth vocals, it is not unlike the charm of a boy band. Nay, the two are not pop in any sense, but the songs are rather catchy. Perhaps it is the jazz influence they allude to on their band website, siyeric. com, which gives their beats the kind of quality you can move with and be moved by. At any rate, it is a relief to hear that the solid sounds of the golden days of rock have not been forgotten by up-and-coming artists.

Tumbledown

Feb. 20, 9p.m. The Launchpad $8 21+ This band seems to have an identity crisis, flip-flopping between punk and country music. Its music is clearly inspired by the Southwest region, with songs like “Sunny in Dallas� and “Arrested in El Paso Blues.� It reminds me of the old days when I lived on top of a bar in which blue-collar men and women were riled up by songs about drinking, fighting and riding in trucks down dirt roads. The music isn’t as stereotypical as all that — they do sing about more than babes, booze and brawls — but those are the dominant themes.

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Feb. 25, 7 p.m. Sunshine Theater $30 All ages Even those who loathe the low level to which hip-hoppers and rap artists have stooped have to admit they can still produce a catchy beat. How else do they get the ladies to get down to filthy, offensive lyrics? For those unfamiliar with the name, T-Pain is responsible for numbers like “Buy U a Drank� and “Chopped N Skrewed.� His “Best Love Song� woos women with the “crunkest,� “loudest� and “best� love song they’ve ever heard in their lives. Think you can’t get down? Just try and listen without moving your body like a snake.

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