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UNM behind the curve on iTunes U technology by Avicra Luckey

Officials at NMSU said they’ve been able to gain international attention while helping students learn and complete degrees by using a free program, while UNM has yet to do the same. Director of Media Productions at NMSU Jeanne Gleason said the platform NMSU has been able to do this with is iTunes University, a program that contains course material from universities all over the country, including Yale and Brown. She said students and lifelong learners can download e-books, voice lectures and videos from the site. But UNM has yet to create its own iTunes U page to share the University’s academic material with the world. Gleason said users can carry the material and view or listen to it on various Apple devices and personal computers using a free iTunes U app, and some of the most popular downloads include video lectures on HTML web-page development and mythology. She said NMSU received worldwide recognition for the number of downloads it has accrued since the pilot study, which began in 2006. “I think you could safely say we’ve had millions because we were one of the first ones, and a lot of people hold that page and keep coming back to it,” she said. Gleason said iTunes U does not

have the capacity to maintain grade sheets or host tests and quizzes like NMSU’s Blackboard or UNM’s WebCT, so the system is only used as a supplementary teaching tool. But she said the system allows thousands of people to simultaneously stream from it, which is not possible with most university servers. She said the program is split into two categories: information for the general public and a private section for exclusive use by universities and professors. Deputy Chief Information Officer and Acting Director of Classroom Technologies at UNM Moira Gerety said UNM signed a contract with Apple a year and a half ago and will offer content to the general public in August. “We have watched other universities and we said ‘We want to do this very deliberately, so that once we stand it up we know it’s as sustainable and viable … and we’re going to give it the care and feeding it deserves,’” she said. Gerety said the University has not offered iTunes U in the past due to concerns with intellectual property rights. She said the copyrights and property rights are unclear because content from iTunes U can be downloaded and used by anyone. Gerety said it is difficult for the University to navigate intellectual property rights because professors often include books, films and other media in classroom lectures. “We’re in that very hard part of

iTunes U right now where the legal office, the marketing office and the provost’s office are in the process of creating guidelines and release forms (for faculty),” she said. Gerety said the use of iTunes U would help the University organize the media already on UNM servers and increase usage space. Gerety said she is hopeful about the University’s future use of the software and believes it will allow the University to bring positive attention to the programs in which it excels. “It’s going to be a wonderful service that will increase UNM’s reputation and visibility in the greater community and get more knowledge out to the general public,” she said. “I think it’s great.” Gerety said content from KNME’s “New Mexico in Focus,” a news magazine show, will be part of the first content available on iTunes U. She said the site will feature lectures from distinguished public figures, lecturers and professors gathered by the University Committee for Academic Planning and other departments.

To download the iTunes U app: visit the iTunes store, click iTunes U on the subject menu and press the “Download iTunes U app” on the middle of the page.

Crisis center gets online chat tool

Courtesy photo This is the app interface for the program iTunes U. Books, lectures and videos are displayed in a “bookcase” on the user’s iPod, iPad or other Apple device. The program allows anyone from anywhere to download c ourse material from universities all over the world.

Honoring every body

by Barbara Gomez-Aguinaga

The UNM Agora Crisis Center has added an Internet component to its varied support services. Agora Crisis Center is an organization that provides emotional support for people who are in need of help, such as people thinking about committing suicide. The center hosted a ceremony in the SUB on Monday to celebrate the release of an online instant messaging system that was added to the Crisis Chat Program as another way for people to seek help and advice. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Vital Statistics Report, suicide ranked as one of the top 10 causes of death in the United States in 2010. Agora allied with a network of centers from 20 states to create the Crisis Chat Program three years ago. It includes a help hotline and an outreach component that provides pamphlets and information about trauma and suicide prevention. The program creators added the online pilot component nine months ago, and representatives said that because it has been so effective it will be added to the program permanently. Public Relations Associate Director of Agora Crisis Center Jeremy Jaramillo said the program includes online services that will help prevent suicide in multiple demographics. He said 42 percent of people in the program’s online chat sessions have suicide-related problems, compared to 6 percent of people who call program representatives.

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In addition to extended library hours, UNM will offer free food, free massages and chances to win free electronics to help students survive finals. To alleviate students’ stress, the University offer will offer special events as well as greater accessibility to study services. Associate Dean of Facilities and Access Services Nancy Dennis said Zimmerman library will be open 24 hours today through Thursday to meet student needs. She said the library will be open until midnight this Friday and Saturday and will open for 24 hours the Sunday

and Monday of finals week. Dennis said UNM library hours have always been extended during finals, but hours at Zimmerman have only been extended during finals week for the past three years. She said libraries will return to normal hours of operation May 8. “There is certainly an increase of student usage around finals,” she said. Student Lauren CharsleyGroffman said she made good use of the extended library hours last semester, which allowed her to study for her finals. “I live in the dorms, which can be noisy,” she said. “It’s nice to have some place to go, no matter the time, to study in quiet.”

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The Student Union Building’s marketing assistant Alex Borowski said the SUB will host its semiannual Late Night Breakfast, an event with free food and giveaways for students, Sunday from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. He said the administration hosts the event to encourage students to study for finals in a fun environment. In addition to breakfast, students can snag giveaway prizes such as shirts, hats and water bottles, Borowski said. Student should bring their UNM ID if they want a giveaway. “Late Night Breakfast is a great way to end the semester,” he said. “It is an effortless event for students to enjoy in the midst of

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stressful finals preparation.” Borowski said SUB administration will also have raffle-style giveaways for an iPad, laptop and several gift cards. He said the iPad and laptop were purchased with money from the department’s budget for the event and the gift cards were donated by local businesses, such as Elephant Bar, Texas Land and Cattle and Olo. Jordan Unverzagt, a graphic designer for the SUB, said the Student Health and Advisement Center will partner with the SUB administration to provide free massages to students. He said the event will be the premier of the Student Union’s new logo, which

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will be printed on some of the giveaways. “We hope students will come out to enjoy the Late Night Breakfast atmosphere,” he said. “It is a perfect opportunity to celebrate the end of the semester.”

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The Internet “is a medium that our young people are comfortable with,” Jaramillo said. “Because this medium is less attached than the phone calls, it allows them to open up easily and tell us more detailed and deeper issues and crucial problems.” Director of the Agora Crisis Center Molly McCoy Brack said about half of people who receive help from the Crisis Chat Program are younger than 24 years old. “Agora takes calls from everybody, but this program will help us reach new people,” she said. “If everybody is online now … why don’t we add our services online and reach out to youth that way?” Jaramillo said Agora is lucky

enough to have plenty of volunteers to provide advice on the chat service. “We were nervous to get advertised before we actually had enough volunteers,” he said. “But now we have so many volunteers training and so many shifts of people covering chats that we feel very comfortable now.” Jaramillo said the online service helps people deal with and solve problems that originate online, such as bullying and harassment, and allows access for a whole new demographic of people who are online. “There are so many people out there that need our help,” he said. “Chatting sessions are crucial in our current world for suicide prevention.”

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Biotech firms fight for profit, destroy farmers Editor’s Note: This letter is in response to the letter “Dubious facts and wild claims mar GMO debate,” by Sarita Cargas, published in the Daily Lobo April 19. Editor, I have read Sarita Cargas’ opposition to the seminar series held regarding the use of genetically engineered (GE) seeds in the United States and throughout the world. Cargas brings up many criticisms but does not address the fundamental message brought forth by the seminars. Do we, as a people, want to entrust our world’s food and seed supply to biotech corporations whose main prerogative is to ensure profits for their shareholders? To corporations who allow no independent testing or research of their GE seeds, but will sue farmers whose fields are unknowingly contaminated with their GE traits? Cargas is conveniently silent about why owners of this GE technology fight desperately to keep food labels from identifying their product, as she is about the new super-weeds resistant to glyphosate (Roundup), bees dying from GE seeds coated with nicotinoids, superbugs like the rootworm resistant to BT (bacillus thuringiensis), the consolidation of seed companies that limits availability of conventional and open-pollinated seeds and economic devastation causing farmer suicides in countries such as India. The biotech companies claim ownership to their laboratory-engineered seeds through patents. The replicable technology is then released into the environment. The biotech’s ownership continues to any plants that germinate on your land, whether you want them there or not. Contamination of crops and seeds occurs, resulting in the disappearance of local farmers’ markets, ranches, farms and seeds that have been saved for centuries. Further compounding the wrong is biotechs’ ability to charge you with patent infringement for nature having landed, through the wind or birds, with their seeds, pollen or plant-parts on your property. The motive for genetically engineered products is corporate profit. Instead of fighting world hunger, the biotech companies are fighting farmers and consumers, be it the local gardener, farmers tending their fields, parents seeking clean, pesticide-free food for their children or those ensuring that the Earth’s seeds, which have sustained us for millennia, survive. The freedom to save seed and feed oneself is a basic human right. I. Andaluz Daily Lobo Reader

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I was hanging out with my best friend on Saturday morning, catching up over breakfast, hitting up garage sales and eventually finding our way to an ASPCA adoption site in front of a local grocery store. They had puppies and I fell in love. They were so cute and I just knew I had to have one. I live with my roommate, so I called her to see if she’d be down with me bringing a puppy home. She told me to hold off until I got home. When I did, she told me she had allergies and said she didn’t think either of us would have enough time to take care of a puppy, though she did think the picture I took on my phone was way cute. I’ve been thinking about it all week, and I really want to go get this dog regardless of what my roommate says. I love my roomie, but is this worth moving out over? Or should I just surprise her and bring home the pup? -Puppy Love

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Dear Puppy Love, I love dogs. All ages, all types. And I think you have to not have a heart to not love puppies, even if you are allergic. Still, as long as you’re choosing to live with this person, part of being a good roommate is respecting her opinion when it comes to mutual pets. Having talked to her and gotten her two cents, if you are dead-set on getting this dog, you may want to consider moving out based on the current living agreement. I also think it’s important to say that folks like the ASPCA and Animal Humane New Mexico are incredible people who do amazing work helping, protecting and loving our furry friends in need. They have so many loving, caring animals that need a home and if

you are able, willing and want a loving pet companion, these are the perfect places to find them. That said, make sure you consider the animal and make sure their life is a priority to you, too. As much endless, unconditional love cats, dogs and other animals give, they need to be loved too. All too often, I see people who adopt pets without considering the commitment. Some folks leave their dog in the backyard by herself for eight or more hours a day, never walk the dog or leave her in her cage for way too long. It’s not fair to the animal and, yes, dogs have feelings, too. Even if your heart is willing, make sure the rest of your life and schedule can accommodate an additional priority — man’s best friend.

Don’t beat yourself up over hookup, move on Dear Wooley, A friend and I had sex this weekend. It was my first time, and while it wasn’t his, we just kind of hooked up. I’m conflicted in my emotions and don’t really know how to move forward. I wasn’t intoxicated and he was, but this is something we’ve talked about doing, half seriously, half jokingly. Well we did it just to do it, and it was fun and all, but it didn’t mean anything. I kind of struggle with that. I grew up in a conservative, Christian household and I do still have those values and beliefs, which may be why I still feel weird about it. But at the same time, I also know that as much as I used him to feel something, he used me to get what he wanted, too. It was mutual. I guess I’m just looking for how I move on. I don’t see myself or him as bad people, but things didn’t go the way I thought they would, and now I’m unsure about actual, meaningful relationships I have moving

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‘Star Wars’ fans to put on fest by Nicole Perez

“Star Wars� enthusiasts from across campus — a caterer in the SUB, a student who works in Residence Life and Student Housing and a member of the Dean of Students Office — join forces to host UNM’s largest “Star Wars� event. “May the Fourth Be With You� refers to both the date of the event and one of the most famous lines from the “Star Wars� movies, “May the force be with you.� The event features a makeyour-own “Star Wars� cookie table, a photo booth and “Star Wars� video games, as well as at least 20 fully costumed “Star Wars� characters. “May 4 is kind of a national holiday for ‘Star Wars’ fans,� said Ryan Lindquist, associate director of the Student Activities Center. Lindquist said members of the center put on UNM’s first “May the Fourth Be With You� event last year and it was a huge success. “Everyone in the office, we’re pretty big ‘Star Wars’ fans and we thought about doing a little celebration for ourselves, but came together and realized there are a lot of students who are ‘Star wars’ fans, too, and we decided to give it a shot and see how it went,� he said. He said the office owns five or six “Star Wars� costumes including Jabba the Hutt, Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader. The event features a Mos Eisley Cantina with drinks such as SoBe-Wan Kenobi (raspberry SoBe tea), Princess Leia Lime (yellow Gatorade) and Java the Hutt (Starbucks Frappuccino). Lindquist said a couple hundred people attended last year and participants took 200 “Star Wars�-themed photos. “There were people in full costume, there were people with Yoda backpacks or people with ‘Star Wars’ t-shirts, all different types who just wandered in on the event and thought it was cool and just made a cookie or played games or had their pictures taken,� Lindquist said. Student Activities Center workstudy student Krista Navarrette said people bring their own

Courtesy photo A “Star Wars� fan dressed as a stormtrooper mingles at last year’s “May the Fourth Be With You� event. The event runs Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the SUB Atrium and features a Mos Eisley Cantina, where drinks such as “Java-the-Hut� and “Princess Leia Lime� are offered for free. paraphernalia to the event. “One of the students just randomly came in and he had lightsabers, so students took pictures with them,� she said. “He kind of showed people the technique of lightsabering.� Navarrette dressed up as Princess Leia last year and said she isn’t sure what she will dress up as this year. “It was cool because I was like a celeb for a day,� she said. “I thought about being an Ewok, but that’s probably not going to happen.� Lindquist said organizers held their first meeting more than a month ago and he said it wasn’t difficult to put together. “It takes some time to prepare for, but it’s a passion that a lot of people in our office have, so it’s pretty easy to motivate everyone in the office to contribute,� he said. BOX: “May the Fourth Be With You� Friday, 11 the a.m.-1Fourth p.m. “May SUB Atrium

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Near a watering hole: You can’t hear yourself talk, let alone think or even find a seat at the Satellite on Central Avenue and Harvard Drive. But there’s never a line at the Satellite in the UNM Bookstore, and the little round tables are usually vacant. If not, you can always hide behind the bookshelves or racks of Lobo gear — as long as you don’t spill your coffee everywhere.


Dylan Smith / Daily Lobo This photo illustration depicts a student enjoying the natural study environment of Lobo Gardens. This is one of many places to study around campus, so you can avoid the rush for study rooms at the library.

Outside: The Lobo Garden The Lobo Garden next to the Real Estate Department at Vassar Drive and Campus Boulevard has the most space of any of the gardens and is set away from the hubbub of main campus. Maybe you can nibble on a few veggies as you pore over your books. It feels like a minifarm in the middle of Albuquerque, the perfect getaway.

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FOR YOUR EARS a monthly music preview by Antonio Sanchez

Rocky Votolato and Kevin Long Low Spirits Wednesday, May 9 at 9 p.m. 21+ $13

Le Chat Lunatique, Ya Ya Boom, Beke Dragoste Amped Performance Center Saturday, May 19 at 7:30 p.m. All ages Adults $15, students with I.D. $10

Rocky Votolato is an easy-listening acoustic artist with a soothing voice to accompany his quiet guitar picking. Votolato sounds like Jack Johnson’s soft music: his voice is as gentle as his songs are earnest. For your consideration: The quick guitar picking and storytelling of “Sparklers” shines as one of Votolato’s best.

Local toe-tapping jazz band Le Chat Lunatique performs jazzy tunes that are heavy on the stand-up bass and group-sung “whoa-oh’s.” Performing alongside soul rock group Ya Ya Boom, this performance supports Family Promise, a nonprofit group that raises money for New Mexico’s homeless and low-income families. For your consideration: Le Chat Lunatique’s “Demonic Lovely” is a tune of deceptive seductresses accompanied by violin solos.

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If overtly masculine and political hardcore punk is something you’re into, then First Blood fits nicely into your collection of terrorizing tunes. Members of First Blood wear their macho attitudes on their sleeves, with most of their songs chock-full of thick breakdowns and harsh vocals. For your consideration: First Blood’s “Enemy” comes out swinging, with lead singer Carl Schwartz yelling alongside a tidal wave of heavy guitars and percussion.

Whiskey Folk Ramblers are a theatrical folk rock band, singing songs that fit snugly with any Quentin Tarantino-style Spaghetti-Western soundtrack. The gallop of this band’s percussion trots along the Wild West, gaining speed as the band draws upon campfire ghost stories of yore. For your consideration: “Gambling Preacher and His Daughter” trembles at first with its jangling guitar before speeding off in a trail of trumpets, accordions and percussion.

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The Mystic Fusion Belly Dance Troupe, accompanied by a live DJ, performs at the Esther Bone Memorial Library, 950 Pinetree Rd. S.E. The performance is from 6:30-7:45 p.m., but the event listing on suggests arriving early to snag the best seats.

If you’ve ever pondered the difference between a house and a home, you might find “Shelter: When Does a Place Become a Home?� enlightening. The exhibit illustrates when a space becomes “home� and explores what “home� means to artists. The opening is 5-8 p.m. at OFFCenter Community Arts Studio at 808 Park Ave. S.W.


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The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center hosts “Culture’s Night Out� at 5:30 p.m. Attendees can get to know up-and-coming Pueblo artists while munching on free hors d’oeuvres. There’s also live music, door prizes, a cash bar and the opportunity to design your own pottery art, but only those who RSVP may enjoy the bounty. The center is at 2401 12th St. N.W. Call 505-724-3539 to RSVP.

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This workshop demonstrates the connection between people and plants and how gardening can be therapeutic when this connection is enhanced. For all those who scorn hippies, deeming them “tree huggers,� you might find some validity in their lifestyle. Or you can be entertained by the notion of greens taking the place of a therapist. The workshop is hands-on and offers take-home projects for attendees. It is from 10:30-11:30 a.m. at the Esther Bone Memorial Library, 950 Pinetree Rd. S.E.

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The Albuquerque Philharmonic Orchestra celebrates its 40th season at the National Hispanic Cultural Center at 2 p.m. The hourlong concert includes music from Spain and Latin America. After, attendees can learn about the orchestra’s history and mingle with the musicians and former conductors while enjoying appetizers. The center is at 1701 4th St. S.W.

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UNM/CNM UTILITIES PAID! 2 BDRM and 1 BA. $600/mo. 402 Cornell SE. TA Russell Company 881-5385. 2BDRM. NEW PAINT/CARPETED. Laundry on-site. 3 blocks to UNM. Cats ok. No dogs. $735/mo including utilities. 246-2038. 313 Girard SE. UNM/CNM STUDIOS, 1BDRM, 2BDRMS, 3BDRMS, and 4BDRMS. William H. Cornelius, Real Estate Consultant: 243-2229. STUDENT SEEKS QUIET student to share beautiful town home in a gated community located 8 minutes from campus. Private room and bath, washer, dryer, small yard and pool. $450/mo + 1/2 utilities. Call 864-1488 or 480-4899. WWW.UNMRENTALS.COM Awesome university apartments. Unique, hardwood floors, FP’s, courtyards, fenced yards. Houses, cottages, efficiencies, studios, 1, 2 and 3BDRM’s. Garages. 843-9642. Open 7 days/week. 1 BLOCK UNM- 1020sqft, hardwood floors, 1BDRM, 2 walk-in closets, east half of house, 1/2 backyard, FP, parking included. No pets. $700/mo. Incredible charm! 345-2000. UNM/CNM UTILITIES PAID! 2 BDRM and 1 BA. $600/mo. 402 Cornell SE. TA Russell Company 881-5385. NEAR UNM/ NOB Hill. 2BDRM 1BA like new. Quiet area, on-site manager, storage, laundry, parking. Pets ok, no dogs. 137 Manzano St NE, $650/mo. 505-610-2050. STUDIOS 1 BLOCK to UNM campus. Free utilities. $455/mo. 246-2038.1515 Copper NE.

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Human Rights and Socail Justice: Work by Taller de Grafica Popular Starts at: 12:00pm Location: Herstein Latin American Gallery For more information call: 277-0818. Al-Anon Peer Support Group Starts at: 3:00pm Location: UNM Women’s Resource Center

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$10/HR CARE SERVICES 92 year old woman, disabled son. Shopping, cards, meals, etc. Days: PT; nights: 4 times/ yr. Contact: Best applicant has car, knows computers, might be bilingual (French, Spanish, something). SUMMER JOBS TO protect our civil liberties. Pay $5,100 - $8,500 for the summer. Work with Grassroots Campaigns, inc. on behalf of the ACLU to fight for voter rights and fight discrimination. FT/ career. Call Alex at 505-312-4417. OFFICE ASSISTANT NEEDED in local computer store. Must be good on phones, multi tasking and accounting exp. preferred. P/T $8.00+ DOE. Send Resume to:

GORHAM SCOUT RANCH is looking for summer employees. We are a Boy Scout Summer Camp located about 2 1/2 hours from Albuquerque, north of Santa Fe. We are looking to fill all kinds of exciting positions for the 2012 summer season: Aquitics Staff (lifeguard certification a plus) Mountain Biking Staff Backpacking Staff Shooting Sports Staff High/Low Ropes & Climbing Staff Head Cook Head Wrangler Health Officer (minimun EMT certification required) Administrative Help If you would like more informoation please contact Jennifer Young @ 505.503.2390 or jennifer.young@scout OR you can check out and click on Gorham Scout Ranch.

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VETERINARY ASSISTANT/ RECEPTIONIST/ Kennel help. Pre-veterinary student preferred. Ponderosa Animal Clinic: 881-8990/ 881-8551. MALE AID/ ASSISTANT for summer/ fall semester. 20+ hours. Salary/ flexible schedule and shared apartment [optional]. FALL 2012 TEACH and Learn in Korea (TaLK) sponsored by Korean government. ●$1,300/month (15hrs/week) plus airfares, housing, medical insurance. Must have completed two years of undergraduate. Last day to apply: 5/31/12. Please visit the website LIGHTING DESIGNER & Equipment wanted! Small dance recital at AHS 5/17, 5/19, 5/20. Creative fun opportunity. Patient and professionalism. 4406864 or EARLY BIRD LAWN service now accepting applications for PT mowing jobs. Able to work with some student schedules. Call Bob at 294-2945 for information. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for summer employment for swimming instructors and lifeguards. Apply at The YMCA 4901 Indian School Rd. NE or call 265-6971.

LICENSED SPEECH LANGUAGE Pathologist (CCC’s preferred) for 20122013 with East Central BOCES member school districts. PreK-12th, competitive salary, excellent benefits. Access to vehicle or mileage reimbursement and possible tuition reimbursement. Contact Tracy at 719-775-2342, ext. 101 or email ECBOCES is an Equal Opportunity Employer. WANTED: EGG DONORS, Would you be interested in giving the Gift of Life to an Infertile couple? We are a local Infertility Clinic looking for healthy women between the ages of 21-33 who are nonsmoking and have a normal BMI, and are interested in anonymous egg donation. The experience is emotionally rewarding and you will be financially compensated for your time. All donations are strictly confidential. Interested candidates please contact Myra at The Center for Reproductive Medicine of NM at 505-224-7429.

SUMMER FIREWORKS SALES. Make 24k in ONE week. Locations still available. 505-504-2127.

!!!BARTENDING!!!: $300/DAY potential. No experience necessary, training available. 1-800-965-6520ext.100. OLO MASCOT. $8/HR;5hrs/wk. Tell us why you want to be our mascot email: PRO MARKETING WORLD is looking for an assistant office manager with excellent computer skills. Send resume to Call 773-655-9427.

Jobs On Campus

LOOKING FOR MALE to take over lease at Lobo Village, available May 11August 1, $499/mo, 1/4 utilities. Contact Raphael 347-459-6972. N.E. HOME, Quiet Carlisle area, parks, bike trails, N/S female only, graduate student preferred, application and lease required. Available 5-1-12. $400/mo. +1/2 utilities. 805-698-5817. HOUSEMATE WANTED TO share spacious 3BDRM house with UNM student just 7 blocks from campus. $475/mo includes utilities, wi-fi, dishwasher, W/D + great yard & quiet neighborhood. Available end of May. Call Richard The GREAT 505-469-9417.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR Agora Helpline’s Special Summer training! Application Deadline: May 29th. Apply early, Apply now at VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! AGORA Helpline. Help others-class credit-great experience! Just a few hours a week! 277-3013. Apply online!

UNM IS LOOKING for adult women with asthma for asthma research study. If you are interested in finding out more about this study, please contact Teresa at or 2691074 (HRRC 09-330). COME HELP BEAT cancer in a GRAND way! The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society is celebrating its 4th annual Grand Finale Gala on Sat. 5-19 from 4-10pm and we need your help! Retail experience a plus. If interested contact Judi Hines @ 872-0141x228.

PERFECT FULL TIME Summer Job. Alpha Alarm. 505-296-2202. FALL 2012 ENGLISH Program In Korea (EPIK). ●$1,600-2,500/month plus housing, airfare, medical insurance, paid vacation. Must have BA degree. Deadline: May/ 12 **this date is tentative and could change depending on circumstances** Please visit the website CLERICAL EMPLOYEE NEEDED for catering company. Knowledge of Quickbooks and computers necessary. Has car and customer service experience. Flexible PT hours. Begins end of May. 505-804-8000 or 505-880-0057.

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Rooms For Rent 3BDRM 2BA, CENTRAL and Unser, near UNM/CNM Westside campuses and Blueline rapidride station. $400/mo +1/2utilities. Internet included in rent. W/D. 505-440-3960.

INTERN OPPORTUNITY - Consult with college radio social network. Knowledge of internet radio/facebook integration a plus. E-mail resume:


The GREAT Academy

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Are you a junior, senior, or graduate level Marketing, Business Administration, Computer Science, Health Education or Secondary Education Major?

Apply now for our summer training program beginning June 5th.

The GREAT Academy is now hiring!

The Academyjunior, is a senior, and Academy is now hiring fullGREAT and part-time FREE, Administration, public charter high graduate level Marketing, Business Computer TWO FEMALE ROOMS available at with a mission to Majors. Science/Software Developers, school and Secondary Education Lobo Village, $500/mo +1/4 utilities, ensure that all students roommates studious, available midMay. gain real-world experience The GREAT Academy is a FREE, public charter high school with a mission through active transition. CASAS DEL RIO: Looking for female to to ensure that all students gain real-world experience through active take over lease for shared suite next falFor more information visit transition. For more information visit l/spring semesters. $511/mo. $200 plication fee paid for. Rachael 505-913-9637. 3BDRM 1.5BA. Near UNM. Share with 2 awesome roommates. Utilities, internet, and cable included. W/D. NP. $430/mo. End of May, early June. 505-974-7476.

Pets RED AND BLUE heeler puppies, 6 weeks, tails docked, $40 OBO Mike @ 382-2516.

For Sale NAVAJO RUGS FOR sale.Lost my wallet and everything inside. Selling these will help me make payments., chicharello@hot, 505-450-4824. Can give more information. 1968 MUSTANG PARTS car, 289 engine, four-barrel carborator. Asking 2500, if interested, Call Sam at 505-916-7064. ALMOST NEW TARGET microwave. $60 new, asking $40. Other items available. Call after 7pm Mon-Fri, after 12 noon weekends. Call 505-489-8386.

Jobs Off Campus CHILDCARE WORKERS NEEDED for NE Heights church. Sunday mornings and Wednesday mornings for summer. Experience and background check required. Call 856-5040 x120.

The GREAT Academy is now hiring full and part-time junior, senior, and cover letter resume to Email graduate level Marketing, Businessand Administration, Computer Science/Software Developers, and Secondary Education Majors.


The GREAT Academy is a FREE, public charter high school with a mission to ensure that all students gain real-world experience through active transition. For more 505-792-0306 information visit Email cover letter and resume to 505-792-0306

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