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The driver of a truck that hit UNM student Wolfgang Scott-Cohen said police promised to keep him updated on Scott-Cohen’s condition. But, the driver said, he never received any notifications, not even after Scott-Cohen died. “They whisked him away because he was hurt,” he said. “The cops said they are going to let me know, but they haven’t said a damn thing.” Driver Michael Barros said police promised to contact him following the Feb. 10 incident, but said he didn’t even know the name of the student until he spoke with the Daily Lobo. Scott-Cohen fell into a coma as a result of the accident and died Tuesday night. “I’ve been wondering about him, and I called to the police station the day after it happened, but they were closed over the weekend, and the next day there was another accident nearby and I asked that cop, but they told me ‘Well if he would have died, they would have let you know,’ so I kind of took it that he was doing alright.” Albuquerque police told the Daily Lobo on Feb. 12 that ScottCohen had been hit by a drunk driver, but the official police report states Barros had not consumed any alcohol. UNM Public Information Officer Casia Martinez said there was no DWI investigation connected to the incident, and Barros said he was not intoxicated at the time. “Oh no, I don’t drink and drive at all,” Barros said. Martinez said she was unable to obtain any documentation about the incident late Thursday night and that she does not know if Barros will face any charges. “The case gets forwarded to the district attorney and they will decide if there is going to be an investigation,” she said. “I do not know if there are any pending charges.” According to the police report, multiple witnesses said Scott-Cohen ran the stop sign at Adams Street while heading west on Claremont Street and was struck by Barros, who was driving south. Barros said he called for help and several PNM workers who were in the area monitored Scott-Cohen until an ambulance arrived. “I got out of my truck going ‘Oh my God, oh my God,’” he said. “We called 911 and they came down and were tending to the guy, but he had trauma to his head and

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Club preps students for societal collapse by Nathan Farmer

One UNM professor says a world without electricity and ravaged by natural disaster might not be too far off, and the UNM community needs a plan. “I think we are going to crash in one form or another,” Sustainability Studies professor Maggie Seeley said. “It may be slow; it may come economically so I want the UNM campus and the perimeter around the campus to have a plan.” The newly formed Transition Club is ready to prepare students and UNM for possible societal and technological collapse. The club was originally a project started last semester in Seeley’s Sustainability 334 class called “transition group.” Seeley said she isn’t planning for doomsday, just that the lives of future generations are going to be more difficult and preparation needs to begin now. you could see it.” Scott-Cohen’s sister, Pegeen Scott-Cohen said in a text message that a hospital staff

“I’m not thinking about Armageddon,” she said. “I am just totally believing that we won’t have the life that I grew up with.” The group became a club on campus two weeks ago and hopes to have monthly potlucks where students can come together to plan to make UNM more prepared for environmental disasters and hardship. Pily Rodriguez, a junior community regional planning major and head of the Transition Club, said the club aims to train students in traditional agricultural techniques that don’t depend on modern technology. “It’s a movement that is becoming more resilient and becoming less energy dependent,” she said. “It means increasing the amount of food we produce locally, having chickens and learning manual skills that we have lost over time because of technology.” Rodriguez said the group had a meeting off campus last se-

mester that 83 people attended. About 30 percent of the attendees were students, he said. Rodriguez said holding club meetings on campus will encourage more students to attend. She said she is going to focus on teaching students simple manual skills, such as sewing and repairing, that many people don’t have because machines are able to do them. “It’s (about) becoming resilient so that when crisis happens we are going to survive as a community so we’re not going to go into chaos,” she said. Seeley said UNM will be one of the first campuses in the country with a club like this. “UNM could cut some serious ground here,” she said. “I think it’s a good plan if we are prepared. It could just be a drought with no water, or it could just be a brownout, or some sort of flu epidemic or perpetual unemployment.” Seeley said she wants to build on the idea behind Lobo Gar-

dens, which is an agricultural initiative that teaches students how to cultivate and harvest crops. La Posada dining hall and Outtakes then use the produce for the food they sell. Lobo Gardens is an effort to teach students how to live off the land, Seeley said. “We already have Lobo Gardens, and we have a tiny amount of produce going into Outtakes from the produce we make,” she said. “It’s not much, but it’s a beginning. I want to see something big enough so the University can get behind it. “

member “who didn’t have correct information” told the family her brother was hit by a drunk driver. Barros said he wanted to con-

tact Scott-Cohen’s family but was unsure of how they would respond. “God bless his soul and his

family,” he said. “It’s hard to know whether I should call his family, or are they going to hate me? This is a hard position to be in.”

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UNM Crime Briefs by Christopher Bartlett

Cops: Man at UNMH arrested, admitted On Feb. 16, a UNMPD officer went to UNMH in response to a combative patient, a police report states. The patient was standing on the southwest corner of the ER entrance smoking a pipe. When security approached him, he became aggressive but was soon hand-

cuffed, the report states. The man told police that he needed to be treated for bronchitis; he then began complaining that he was having trouble breathing. He was admitted into the ER and his pipe was taken from him.

Check stolen from dorm, police say

On Feb. 12, a female student told police that a check had been stolen from her dorm in Lobo Village, according to a police report. She

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told police that the check was stolen sometime between Jan. 18 and Jan. 23 and was cashed for $50 on Jan. 23. The thief forged her signature, the report states. There were no witnesses and no one has been identified.

Booted car vanishes from Lobo Village lot On Feb. 15, A UNMPD officer was dispatched to Lobo Village because of a larceny, a police report states. A man who was with the UNM parking Culture Editor Alexandra Swanberg Assistant Culture Editor Nicole Perez Sports Editor Nathan Farmer Assistant Sports Editor Cesar Davila Copy Chiefs Danielle Ronkos Aaron Wiltse Multimedia Editor Junfu Han

authority told police he had booted a car that had “numerous unpaid citations.” The man told police that he received a call later that day regarding the car. He was told that it was no longer present at the location, the report states. Police soon discovered the car belonged to a man from Los Lunas who was not a resident at UNM.

Cops confiscate pot at dorms, cite student

On Feb. 18, UNMPD officers showed up at Laguna De Vargas dorms

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in reference to a resident in possession of marijuana and a glass pipe, a police report states. A resident adviser told police she had received complaints from other residents about an odor of marijuana coming from a room. According to the report, the resident of the room admitted that he was in possession of marijuana, the pipe and a plastic Sobe bottle out of which he had smoked the marijuana in attempt to mask the smell. He was issued a misdemeanor citation and the police confiscated the marijuana, the pipe and the bottle, the report states.

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should carry it,” said City Council candidate Ernesto Marquez. Marquez said he saw a video of the encounter after a flash drive was dropped off at an election booth in the parking lot of City Hall. He says the recording depicts Hernandez engaging in lewd acts with the woman that go beyond dancing. No one knows who placed the flash drive. But the answer to that question is apparently what state police were looking for when they raided City Hall this week, a few days after Hernandez said he told authorities a stranger approached him and threatened to leak a sex video of him if he refused to drop out of the race. Residents, meantime, are just plain fed up with a city hall that has seen raids by state police three times in as many years and whose mayor acknowledged signing a million-dollar contract last year while drunk. “It’s been happening for years,” said grocery store cashier Roberto Perez. “They are all the same. … They just squander the money because it’s not theirs. They don’t give a (expletive).” Things have gotten so bad that state Rep. Mary Helen Garcia (D-

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Does the UNM basketball team deserve to be ranked among the top 25? As the roller coaster season continues, I’m still uncertain — and I think the Lobos feel the same. Tuesday night’s 71-63 loss to unranked Colorado State, one day after getting national attention and the No. 18 ranking in the Associated Press weekly poll, convinced me that I won’t know how good this team is until its final loss of the year. I won’t know what kind of team head coach Steve Alford has assembled because every time it looks ready to make the step from good to great, the team falls on its face. And Tuesday was no different. The Lobos lost to a Rams team they beat at home by 32 points just last month. Three days after making a statement on national television and crushing thenNo. 11 UNLV at The Pit, the Lobos traveled to Fort Collins, Colo. and chucked their worst shooting percentage of conference play (36.7 percent). And senior forward Drew Gordon was out-Gordon-ed. Last week, nobody played at the level Gordon did, maybe in the entire country. He took it to then-No. 13 San Diego State with a Herculean effort in the win, scoring 17 points and grabbing 17

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down 62-53 at home and ended with 28.0 shooting percentage, the worst of any game thus far in the season. Eight days later UNM lost again to Santa Clara in the ‘76 Classic, a tournament many picked the Lobos to win. Fans started to doubt. My best friend heckled me for writing a column in which I claimed the Lobos would win 28 games. Then the Lobos went on an unprecedented 13-game winning streak. The streak was the fourth longest in the country at the time, just behind Syracuse, Baylor and Murray State. The Lobos were on the verge of top-25 status. And just like that, they fell to San Diego State at home and then to UNLV by 17. Suddenly, UNM went back to mediocrity. It got lost in the middle of the conference standings and bordered on irrelevance. Then Alford proposed a 13-day challenge to his team that sparked a sevengame win streak and earned the Lobos a national ranking — until Tuesday. I don’t know what to expect from the Lobos anymore. They could win the rest of their games, the MWC tourney, grab a 3 to 5 seed in the NCAA tournament and maybe sneak into the Sweet 16. Or they could lose another game before the conference tournament, fall short in the MWC tourney, settle for a 7 to 10 seed and lose in the first round of the NCAAs. I just don’t know.

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rebounds. Just when you thought he had played the best game of the season, he played the best game of his life. His 27-point, 20-rebound performance against the Rebels on CBS three days later got NBA front offices talking. Colorado State forward Pierce Hornung upstaged Gordon at Moby Arena. Hornung muscled UNM’s front court for 13 points and 15 rebounds — all Gordon did was tie his career-high in turnovers with six. And that’s the kind of season it’s been for the Lobos. Up and down. UNM was picked as the preseason favorite to win the Mountain West, mainly for its depth of talent and new faces. Gordon was named preseason player of the year and Hugh Greenwood preseason freshman of the year. The Lobos slaughtered Davenport and Western New Mexico in the two exhibition games, winning by 38 and 31 points, respectively. And in the first game that mattered, the opening game of the season in which the Lobos took on New Orleans, UNM won by 52. All was good in Lobo land — and then the Aggies came to town. The Lobos, who averaged 94.3 points per game in those first three games (against nobodies, granted) were shut

The thoughts on death that take hold of the mind after a friend’s passing: A longing to see them just once more;

the guilt in thinking that you might have, somehow, saved them; the remembrance of times you have spent together … These seem cliché; a repetition of the countless thoughts of others who have lost before you and of those who will follow in the footsteps of your grief. But they are not clichés. No, they are the proper burial shrouds of a stubborn optimist; an ambitious thinker; a loving son and brother and a dear friend whose company the world will miss. They are the burial shrouds that each heart who knew him lays on the passing of our dear friend Wolf Scott-Cohen.

Those who shared his company are forever indebted to the time they spent with him, and those who had not yet met him will unknowingly have missed the privilege of meeting one of the greatest men I have met in the time I have spent on this Earth. Know that as you think of Wolf today, and whenever you think of him, that you are not alone in your remembrance. May he cross over the river, and rest under the shade of the trees, cradled in the hands of God who blessed this Earth with his presence.


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Team vies for first winning record by Nathan Farmer

With a new season and new coach, the lacrosse team is ready to get its first winning season since its inception at UNM. Nick Griffith, a sophomore business major and vice-president of the lacrosse club, said the team has yet to have a winning record in its past two seasons, but hopes to change that this year. “We have been really improving every year after only getting a few wins our first year,” he said. “We are putting in more work than we did last year so we can compete at a better level.” The team is led by first-year head coach Andrew Goldston and competes in the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference (RMLC). After playing for four years at the University of Oklahoma, he said he is prepared to get into coaching. “I really like the team we have right now. They have really good potential and everyone on the team is really excited,” he said. “The emotion and enthusiasm I have seen on this team is more than any one I have played on.” The team opens up its season at home against Fort Lewis on Friday and plays Texas Tech on Sunday. “They are both very winnable games,” Griffith said. “Fort Lewis is a rival of ours ever since the team started up a few years ago.” Goldston said he plans on getting two wins this weekend to start off his coaching career. “I’ll be disappointed if we don’t come out 2-0,” he said. “We haven’t fared that well against them in the past, but the team we have and the strides we have made, I definitely think we can come out being 2-0.” The team also has games this year against Colorado School of Mines, CSU-Pueblo, Utah State, Utah,


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Western State and North Texas. The highlight of the schedule is the match against No. 1 BYU on March 9. BYU won the national championship last year, and Goldston said the team is excited to play the best team in the country. “It’s going to be a really good experience getting to play a team that is so well known across the nation,” he said. Because lacrosse is a club sport at UNM, it receives money through team fees and ASUNM. The team fee per player is $650. Griffith said the amount the team receives from ASUNM changes every year. Last year ASUNM funded the team $2,000, a small portion of the team’s total expenses. He said the team fees provide most of the funding for travel,

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BYU gone, title up for grabs by Cesar Davila With one of their stiffest competitors out of the way, this weekend the men’s and women’s track and field squads vie for their first conference titles. The 2012 Mountain West indoor track and field championships are held this weekend at the Albuquerque Convention Center. With the departure of Brigham Young University from the conference, a team that had won the previous three men’s and women’s titles, the championship is up for grabs this season. “Right now Boise (State) and Air Force on the men’s side are way out in front on paper,” UNM head coach Joe Franklin said. “Luckily, we don’t play games on paper.” Franklin said TCU is the favorite on the women’s side. But the Lobos have talent of their own — especially in long distance running. Franklin, a notorious recruiter of successful long distance runners, will have many of those athletes on display Thursday through Saturday. On the men’s side, senior distance runner Ross Millington holds the fastest 3,000-meter run (7:49.11) in the conference and the fourth best in the nation. He’ll try for two titles this weekend, also running the mile. “This year it seems like the teams have gotten better, but I want to win both (races),” Millington said.

Franklin said Millington could go down in UNM history as the best long distance runner the Lobos have ever seen. “Right now he’s the fastest 3,000-meter runner in the history of the University of New Mexico and he may be the fastest miler by the time it’s all done,” Franklin said. “He could go down as the greatest distance runner in University of New Mexico history.” Millington, who also runs cross country for UNM, could not finish at the NCAA championships last November because of an illness, a setback that fueled him for this indoor track season. “I wasn’t really happy about that, so I trained really hard over Christmas,” Millington said. “I’ve been very pleased with how things are going right now.” Junior distance runner Sam Evans joins Millington in the mile event. He is ranked third (4:05.00) in the MWC and 94th in the country. Sophomore distance runner Gabe Aragon will run the 800-meter, where he ranks first (1:49.37) in the MWC and 32nd nationwide. Junior distance runner Sean Stan holds the third-fastest time (14:14.24) in the conference in the 5,000-meter and is 60th in the NCAA. On the women’s side, junior distance runner Josephine Moultrie has taken the Lobo program by storm. With three school records in the last two meets, the top-ranked 800-meter (2:09.27) and mile runner (4:42.30) in the conference is on the brink of greatness. “We haven’t had a great miler yet,”

Franklin said. “We’ve had some good milers but no great ones. Maybe Josephine has a chance to be the first.” Joining Moultrie in the mile are junior distance runner Imogen Ainsworth and senior distance runner Sarah Waldron, who are ranked second (4:49.05) and third (4:52.15) in the conference, respectively. Ainsworth will also participate in the 3,000-meter run, where she is ranked fourth (9:40.52) in the MWC. In the 5,000-meter, Waldron and junior distance runner Lacey Oeding are ranked first (16:14.65) and third (16:44.01) in the MWC and 22nd and 70th in the NCAA, respectively. MWC top-10 mile runners senior Ruth Senior and junior Shawna Winnegar will not compete this weekend because of injuries. “It’s going to be a great event,” Franklin said. “It’s a great weekend for track and field in Albuquerque. And maybe if we could have things fall right, we can challenge.”

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