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Sick? Check zip code and income by José Enríquez

If you have a college degree and a six-figure income, chances are you’ll live longer than someone who doesn’t. At least that the case presented in “Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making us Sick?” It’s first installment in a seven-part series — shown at the Southwest Film Center on Friday — and explored how income, education level and geographic location factor into a person’s health. After the film, Roxane Spruce Bly, of the Native Health Initiative, explained that people who live in the Northeast Heights have a higher average life expectancy (82 years old) than those living around UNM (76). “I had really thought of inequity as being centered around race and ethnicity, and then saw that it was centered around zip codes,” she said. “I think that was the first time I’d really seen that explained so clearly.” The film argued that stress levels impact people’s health and that it is not enough for them to exercise and eat healthy.

Psychologist Sheldon Cohen conducted a case study examining how stress affects the body’s immune system. Cohen recorded subjects’ stress levels and socioeconomic status before dropping a cold virus in their nose. What he found: People with lowcontrol/ high-stress jobs were more likely to catch a cold than those with higher-paying jobs. These health disparities are costing the nation, and every year, the United States loses $1 trillion in productivity to paying people’s medical bills, according to the film. Jennifer Black, who is pursuing her master’s in public health, said that many people can’t see doctors regularly. She said that understanding the relationship between economic policy and public health is critical to developing a healthier community. “We say policy is important because ultimately it will save this society at large a lot of money,” she said. “Healthcare cost, ER cost — if we make other people’s health a priority and think of it as equally important, then there will be more money for resources for our entire state.”

Sauer wins fellow teaching award by Kevin Forte

UNM Professor Christine Sauer was presented with the Presidential Teaching Fellow Award on Wednesday at the SUB. Sauer, who teaches economics at UNM and serves as the director of the International Studies Institute, said that she hopes to make international programs a larger focus for the University. “I certainly hope to play a role in the issue that I’m passionate about — international education,” she said. The award is the highest honor a

UNM professor can receive, Office of Support for Effective Teaching Director Gary Smith said. “It’s very important that we keep in mind that teaching is just as important as scholarly research at UNM,” he said, “and that we have these celebrations of our outstanding teachers, just as we do for our outstanding researchers.” UNM President David Schmidly presented the award, and he said Sauer’s commitment to UNM is impressive. “Having taught over 4,000 students at UNM, she hopes to teach, mentor, and inspire many more in years to come,” he said.


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kateboards aren’t banned on campus. But stunts, trick riding, excessive speed, and jumping over steps, benches, rails, walls and fountains are prohibited, according to the UNM Pathfinder. The Pathfinder also prohibits riding within 15 feet of a building. UNM Student Conduct Officer Rob Burford said that the trick ban prevents skateboarders from damaging University property and protects students.

“It’s up to other students and faculty on campus to report any violations to our office, and then we investigate them,” he said. But many students and skateboarders ignore the Pathfinder provisions. Skateboarders near Simpson Hall on Friday grinded rails and jumped over stairwells. They said it was one of the last places on campus where the UNM had not installed skate guards. They said that skateboarding and long boarding are legitimate forms of transportation. UNM community member, a

skateboarder on campus, Cesar Ornelas said he didn’t know tricks were outlawed under the campus policy. “It sucks because we like coming here to learn new tricks,” he said. Skateboaders Daniel Farley said the policy is repressive. “Skate boarding is a way for people to express themselves, and the skate guards are stopping people from doing that,” he said. — Luke Holmen

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UNM President David Schmidly said that faculty members’ concerns about salary and benefits are not unique to UNM, and any university facing budget cuts is in the same situation. “Whenever there are big budget reductions, there are going to be tensions — they go hand in hand,” he said. “They’re very few black and white decisions, and not everyone agrees. During extreme, tough budget times there is often friction between what faculty see and what administrators do.” Some faculty members said the administration was neglecting to uphold the University’s academic mission, and cited as evidence the decrease in tenure-track faculty an increase in parttime faculty. As enrollment and class sizes go up, Schmidly said he acknowledges the adverse impact these factors have on students’ education. He said the administration has already taken steps to lower the average number of students in each class. He said this problem is common in universities across the United States. “We’ve lost a lot of money, and that money has impacted what we’ve been able to do, but the clear priority of the institution is the academic mission,” he said. “We’re doing everything we can to continue hiring faculty in


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difficult financial circumstances so that we can serve the increased number of students coming to the University.” Indeed, “The main campus tuition and fee scenario-FY12” from the UNM Office of Budget Planning and Analysis reflects no budget cuts that would affect the core mission. Reductions were made in administrative areas, executive salaries, IT, and the Dean’s Council.

“There’s no choice, it’s the right thing to do. There’s no opposition to that.” ~David Schmidly Conversely, it shows that $200,000 was allocated for faculty promotions, $2 million for hiring tenure-track faculty, just over $562,000 for hiring GA/ TAs and $500,000 to hire more parttime faculty for the College of Arts and Sciences. Regent Gene Gallegos said the amount in the Athletics Department coaches’ salaries is irrelevant to faculty complaints about their own salaries, since roughly $28.5 million of their $30 million budget is self-generated. “It does not do anybody any good

to try and point at Athletics,” he said. “You’ve obviously got different faculty members who don’t care about Athletics or sports, but that’s not going to solve anybody’s situation. What we need to do is, there needs to be something done about this top-heavy management. We have vice presidents that aren’t needed. There needs to be a consolidation of those functions.” Because of contractual obligations, Schmidly said he can’t alter administrative salaries. As he did when the VPs for Branch Operations and Institutional Services left the University, he will keep the least important administrative positions vacant as administrators retire. “As we look at cost containment, we’ve been squeezing the administration and we’re going to squeeze it even more,” he said. “There’s no choice, it’s the right thing to do. There’s no opposition to that.” In response to the faculty members’ avowed disconnect from the administration, Gallegos said the problem stems in some communication issues between faculty and the Provost’s office. “I think the first solution involves the Provost office,” he said. “That should be the place that faculty can really interface efficiently and completely with the administration.” Provost Suzanne Ortega was

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Daily Lobo: So what are some of the things you are doing to prepare for finals week? Amanda Freed: I’m going to do my WebCT review and I also have to finish my portfolio for English 102. DL: Are there any special studying techniques or tips you have? AF: Get a good night sleep definitely. I mean, I try not to stay up too late because sleep is really important. I think it’s best to start studying sooner so that you don’t have to cram the night before, although I have been cramming a lot. Next semester I am definitely going to study earlier and more often, and definitely on the weekend, because right now I pretty much only study during the week. DL: Where are you from? AF: I am from here, Albuquerque. I went to Sandia. We won state in basketball the year I graduated. DL: Are you on UNM’s team? AF: No, but I would like to be. I am pretty decent. I might try out for the team next year. I hurt my ankle this year, and I couldn’t. I got scouted in high school, and I was supposed to go to Adams State which is in Colorado.

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They are division two, but they won nationals or something a few years ago. DL: So what is your favorite class? AF: Basketball class definitely. That is where I met my boyfriend and my best friend was also in the class with me. DL: Are you better than him at basketball? AF: Um….yes…. (laughs). No he is really good. DL: Is he on the UNM team? AF: No, but he should be. DL: Are you taking any summer classes? AF: Yes, unfortunately. I am taking biology 123. I hate biology. I am also taking physics in the fall which is supposed to be hard, but I think I will like that better. I might take classes at CNM because I heard it is easier and cheaper. I am excited about actually taking some classes in my major. DL: What do you want to do? AF: I’d like to go into physical therapy, maybe for professional sports. I am interested in injuries, helping people recover from knee injuries and stuff. I would also maybe like to do some work with training, with getting stronger, that sort of thing. I really love athletics.

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BOSTON — Chanting “We love sluts!” and holding signs like “Jesus loves sluts,” approximately 2,000 protesters marched Saturday around the Boston Common as the city officially became the latest to join an international series of protests known as “SlutWalks.” The protest movement, sparked by a Toronto police officer’s remark that women could avoid being raped by not dressing like “sluts,” came to Boston after advocates saw similar events — largely organized through Facebook and Twitter — pop up in Canada, England and other parts of the U.S.


“We wanted to do something to show our support,” said Siobhan Connors, 20, of Lynn, Mass., a Boston organizer. “We originally planned for a small event and expected about 30 people.” But by the time the march began Saturday, about 2,000 people — some dressed in lingerie with the words “slut” written across their stomachs — were in attendance. In January, a Toronto police officer told a group of university students that women should avoid dressing like “sluts” to avoid being raped. He later apologized. The officer who made the comments, Constable Michael Sanguinetti, was disciplined but remained on duty, said Toronto police spokesman Mark Pugash.

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unavailable for comment. In his complaints about the administration, distinguished professor Gary Scharnhorst said members of the Board of Regents, specifically those with backgrounds in law and business, don’t have relevant experience for their positions. Gallegos said this complaint could be attributed to a misconception of what the position entails, which

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Living within walking distance of The Pit and other UNM sports fields keeps residents close to the action, but they say it’s a doubleedged sword. UNM alumnus Scott Murphy lives about two blocks south of The Pit, and he said he deals with myriad problems from people leaving the arena after events. “There is a strong liquor culture here,” he said. “They’ll hang out at the parking lot near The Pit, and they party there and drink. (University Boulevard) is just a busy street, and people are drunk doing their thing.” The University applied for a liquor license waiver that would allow it to serve beer and wine in club-level suites at The Pit, but the Albuquerque City Council in November denied the waiver, citing public health and safety concerns. A state arbitrator later overturned the city council’s decision, and the state will decide whether to allow alcohol sales at The Pit. Still, residents who live around The Pit, University Stadium and tailgating areas, such as east of Buena Vista Avenue and southeast of The Pit, are worried that if the

institution allows alcohol sales at its venues, the houses surrounding them will suffer from increased vandalism and crime. Murphy said he that law enforcement officers keep people out of residential areas, but cause congestion and frustration in the process.

“I think people are just going to be drinking no matter what, so it doesn’t really affect much.” ~Raul Romero UNM Student “Cops block off the streets during basketball games,” he said. “When I first moved here, they would ask me for my ID, which has my old address on it, and they won’t let you through. You have cops at every main street.” Residents on Buena Vista Avenue said they’ve witnessed people urinating on their lawns, bashing their mailboxes, stealing, fighting, littering beer cans and, occasionally, crashing their cars.

Raul Romero, a UNM student who lives across from the football tailgate area on the east side of Buena Vista Avenue, said that on game days, he and his neighbors have trouble finding parking on their streets because so many fans park on them. Romero said regardless of whether The Pit serves alcohol, people will be drunk and rowdy after games. “I think people are just going to be drinking no matter what, so it doesn’t really affect much,” he said One resident, Cynthia Johnson, said she saw a three-car collision in front of her house on Buena Vista Avenue, near an exit from the football stadium. She said that dangerous driving is the biggest nuisance. Murphy said theft is a problem in the neighborhood around The Pit. “I came back to the house one day, and the guy across the street was waiting outside. They stole his spare tire and his toolbox,” he said. “And the neighbors next to him, they stole the tail lights out of the car. About two days later, I went to start my car and it was really dead, and I noticed the hood was open, and sure enough, the battery was gone.”

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Letters UNM salary book now online for Daily Lobo readership Editor, I’d like to inform your readers about a new resource on the Daily Lobo website. Throughout the year, the Daily Lobo has tried to get the UNM administration to release an electronic copy of the UNM salary book. Though the administration never provided what we believe to be a document of public record, we succeeded in creating a searchable and, hopefully, sortable version of the book. Before, the book resided strictly in Zimmerman Library, was available in only print version and could be checked out of the library for only two hours. We’re still working out the glitches, but the important thing is that the document is available on the Daily Lobo website, and it makes accessible a wealth of public information on the compensation for more than 11,000 UNM employees. The New Mexico Foundation for Open Government aided in this effort, along with former Daily Lobo Editor-in-Chief Damian Garde, the Albuquerque Journal and Kara Olguin, the Daily Lobo intern. We created this online version of the book by scanning each page of the printed version and then compiling those scanned images into a Microsoft Excel document. The document will be available temporarily in the online version of this letter, but it will occupy a permanent space on the Daily Lobo website in the near future. The Daily Lobo continues to believe that open government is one thing journalists are allowed to be biased about. We hope that UNM students, faculty, staff and community members will use this resource and offer feedback on how to improve it. The Daily Lobo still encourages the UNM administration to release an electronic version of a crucial public document that sits unread by University constituents, and we look forward to improving the book’s accuracy and accessibility. We hope Daily Lobo readers will agree that this document is of great public value, and we look forward to continue serving as UNM’s independent student newspaper, both in print and online. Pat Lohmann Former Daily Lobo editor-in-chief

Cartoon was ‘appropriate’; no need to be ‘more sensitive’ Editor, When I read Thursday’s paper I was mad. To see people get upset about a political cartoon, really? Don’t get me wrong — the United States of America has a history of slavery, and we look down on ourselves for it. However, it is just a cartoon. It is not trying to justify slavery. It is a reference to “The Lion King,” not to African-Americans being less than human. African-Americans used to be slaves in U.S. from the early 1600s to the late 1800s, but that doesn’t mean the artist is trying to depict them as slaves now.   Even though this cartoon was approved, and even though the Daily Lobo has promised to be more sensitive in the future, they shouldn’t. Should we stop doing everything because it upsets a group of people?   The cartoon is appropriate, especially since we have been looking for Osama bin Laden for so long. We owe it to ourselves and the families of the victims of 9/11. If anything, this political cartoon is depicting patriotism.  It is selfish for people to turn it over into “racism.” Rebecca Montoya UNM student

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No more New advice: Just laugh by Nathan New Well, it’s finals week again. The way I see it, you don’t need more encouragement or stress-relief tips. It’s inevitable that the climate of campus during this week will leave you feeling fatigued and violent, looking for any excuse to choke your peers and set fire to your textbooks. So I’ll offer humor instead. I’m of the opinion that laughter truly is the best medicine, so just read this and try not to overdose, you fiendish gaggle of book gnomes. Recent news events have left a dark cloud hanging over my already dim outlook on American society. It seems the only things we can really unite over are our hatred for terrorist leaders and 13-year-old girls with shitty music videos. Furthermore, the extent to which we’re willing to take that hate is appalling. The other day I saw on the cover of the National Enquirer — the nation’s greatest bastion of free speech — a sub-headline that read “He cried and begged for his life.” While it was a terrifying example of ugly pride in the Osama bin Laden matter, I thought the description would have been more fitting for a story about Glenn Beck losing his job. That sweaty chunk of false prophecy cried more than Don Schrader at a Walmart. I would absolutely love it if the two switched places, so that something constructive would come out of

the reptile pit that is Fox News. Beck’s squealing has been one of the lowest points in our national media history, and though he may be off the air, his memory will live on inside me. In my colon. Speaking of gas, how about that royal wedding? That sure was something. Oh wait — I just realized I still don’t care at all. I wonder how I can achieve such media coverage for my own wedding, when the time comes. I suppose I’ll just get to systematically colonizing every patch of green earth until people respect and fear me enough to watch me anxiously await honeymoon sex. I know, I know, the loving union of two people should always be celebrated, for it is one of the few remaining truths in our devious times. That’s why I can’t wait for Kanye West to get married to himself. He is a true icon — some might say the defining artist of our generation. I respect Mr. West, but do not envy his position as the nation’s most-anticipated closet-leaver. On that note, I’d like to say I fully support gay marriage. I think everyone should have the right to get tax breaks and sexual frustration without impedance. If only it were legal, I would probably get married to my Ray-Bans, because they do for me what good partners should do for each other: They protect me, make me look good, and they somehow get people to hit on me more frequently. However, I am in a fully committed relationship right now, for the first time in years. And it

feels great. I’m nurtured, have more love than I know what to do with and have the comfort of knowing my every frustration and insecurity will be received with compassion. The problem is that my penis is actually the reincarnation of famed Scottish revolutionary Mel Gibson, and it leaps out of my pants screaming “Freedom!” every time I try to oppress it. But there are more important things than sex. Plenty of them. Like discipline. The disciplines of study, exercise and benevolence are the greatest things we can do for ourselves and each other as human beings. I swear, if sex was not a concern for us, we would have colonized Mars by now, and it would be covered with fully sustainable farms, housing and Arby’s. I look forward to that day, minus the Arby’s, though God knows they appear everywhere without notice or reason. I am excited for the future, as I know all of you are of impending graduates are. I am fascinated by the scientific and technological advances that are defining the world to come, and I am working hard so that my personal future looks bright. Your resolution of this week, graduating or not, shows your commitment to doing the same. So I urge you to venture forth with enthusiasm and a sense of humor. Be bold, stick to your dreams and never forget the experiences that made you happiest. Because your lives are now a subsidiary of One World Government/Arby’s Inc. I love you guys. See you in space.

Letter Obama cartoon racist only to those who want to see racism Editor, It is interesting to watch the spectacle unfold in the wake of the cartoon depicting President Barack Obama as Rafiki from the movie “The Lion King.”  I believe that there is more to this than may initially meet the eye of the common reader. The editor-in-chief was seemingly forced to apologize, talk to the “African-American community” (whomever that may be) and spark a training forum for “sensitivity training.” Why?  Is the cartoonist implying that  Obama is equivalent to a chimp? Of course not. That is not the intention, in the same way a chimp from the movie is not equivalent to an Afri-

can-American. In order to conquer the walls of racism, we must tear them down,  not prop them up  by highlighting it by a mere “interpretation.”  This only serves to build those walls further. If this is the type of university that UNM has become, unlike years past, I would refuse to contribute money as an alumnus. Ideally, a university, particularly a university newspaper, must be a bastion for free speech. The freedom to express ideas, no matter how absurd, is crucial to understanding the nature and diversity of the world. Free speech, in American society, is the right to speak, the right to publish and, most importantly, the right to offend.  Free speech is meaningless without the right to offend. Otherwise why would we need it? In any case, being “offended” can also  be completely subjective to the reader, as it is here.  On the other hand, free speech also entails

the right not to read, to simply not pick up a university newspaper for fear of being “offended.” But the actions of the editor-in-chief only diminish the value of free speech. He made the decision to publish, yet retracted and unequivocally apologized for what? Because a select few misinterpreted a cartoon? I, for one, stand firm on the Daily Lobo’s diverse and unrestrained bounds on free speech and right to continue to publish entertaining and controversial cartoons, regardless of who is offended. I wish that the editor had stood for this principle and weathered the storm.  We are all adults, and must learn to conquer — within our own self-securities — the objectionable horrors of racism. And it starts by not viewing the world through race-colored glasses as the protestors of this cartoon did. Damian Erasmus UNM alumnus


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Junfu Han / Daily Lobo UNM’s Jordyn Bledsoe slides into second base as BYU’s Kristin Delahoussaye throws the ball to first base in an attempted double play Saturday at the UNM softball fields. The Lobos won the game 3-2, thanks to a two run walk off homer by Danielle Castro.

Home run ends BYU’s win streak by Cesar Davila “Define the moment, or the moment will define you” is something Danielle Castro’s father always tells her. Castro chose to define it Saturday afternoon. The junior first baseman hit a two-out, two-run walk-off UNM 3 home run in the 2 BYU bottom of the seventh inning that gave the UNM softball a rare 3-2 over BYU at Lobo Field. UNM hadn’t beat BYU at home since 2003. “A win is awesome,” Castro said. “Against BYU, knowing that it’s our last game against them, and we were on TV and hadn’t beaten BYU in a really long time — it’s just the most amazing feeling ever.” Down 2-1 in the seventh, Kerry Hodgins hit an infield single. BYU sent in sophomore Hannah Howell, and she recorded a strikeout before being replaced by Paige Affleck. Castro knocked Affleck’s second pitch out of the ballpark. “My favorite pitch is usually a little high and a little in, so that’s exactly what she threw me,” Castro said. “And honestly, when it came in, it looked like a beach ball, and I just drilled it.” Lobo head coach Erica Beach said she wasn’t surprised Castro came through in the clutch. “I was confident, and she’s in the four spot for a reason,” she said. “She’s our clean-up hitter because

she is one of the best hitters on our team.” UNM starting pitcher Kaela DeBroeck said she, too, saw the home run coming. “I’m not going to lie,” she said. “In my head, I definitely called that shot.” The Cougars, who had won 27 of their last 29 games, including 11 straight, struggled with DeBroeck on the mound. DeBroeck pitched a complete. For most of the game, it was a pitching duel between DeBroeck and Affleck. Affleck pitched a combined 13 1/3 innings, allowing two runs and recording 11 strikeouts. Coming into Saturday’s game, Affleck was 2-0 against the Lobos this season. But on Sunday, the Lobos had eight hits off Affleck, but missed out on opportunities to score runs. UNM stranded eight runners on base. Regardless, Beach said, UNM came through when it mattered. “I was actually really proud of our offense for putting people on base that much,” she said. “We needed that. We didn’t have that before.”

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Junfu Han / Daily Lobo UNM’s Alex Allbritton hits the ball off a pitch from Air Force’s Ben Bertelson Sunday at Isotopes Park. The Lobos swept the Falcons, winning all three games in the series, which included Sunday, 16-4.

Air Force not unstoppable by Ryan Tomari Swing, strike, sit was the theme of the weekend for Air Force — except for three innings. The Lobos completed a sweep of Air Force on Sunday UNM 16 with a 16-4 win at Lobo Air Force 4 Field, but they couldn’t record three straight shutouts. Starting pitcher Rudy Jaramillo blanked the Falcons 5-0 on Friday, and pitcher Jake McCasland followed suit on Saturday, helping the Lobos to a 10-0 win and their first back-to-back shutouts since 1983. The UNM bullpen dominated AFA, but head coach Ray Birmingham bemoaned his team’s inconsistency. “You’ve got to play the whole game the right way, and that’s not happening,� he said. “Whether it’s youth or whatever, but I’m going to demand it, and they’re

going to do it.� Pitcher Richard Olson toed the rubber for UNM on Sunday, but his shutout bid ended before it could even get started. In the top of the second inning, Olson gave up a RBI single to Brad Pingel. The Lobos answered back and took control of the game, scoring 11 runs over the next four innings to take a commanding lead. Olson went 7 innings in which he gave up five hits and earned runs and his third win of the season. He said he didn’t have the same pop Jaramillo and McCasland had the previous two days. “That’s why I got touched up a little bit and gave up some runs,� he said. “I wasn’t as good as Rudy or Jake. I just went out there and gave my team a chance to win, and that was all we needed.� Birmingham said the UNM pitchers can’t get sloppy during games. “I thought Richard pitched OK,� he said. “Coach (Dave) Martinez has done a super job with teaching them how to pitch down in the

zone. (Olson) goes outside and he gives up two runs by pitching up in the zone and not being locked in.� The UNM bullpen gave up four runs, but the Lobos’ offense was too much for the Falcons. Air Force gave up 19 hits. Freshman first baseman DJ Peterson went 3-for-6 Sunday and drove in 5 RBIs. Peterson said UNM fed off AFA’s poor pitching. “I saw some pitches up early in the game,� he said. “I put them in the gap, or hit a double and was able to score some runs. I mean, the whole team did all day and everyone hit today.�

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May 9-13, 2011 / Page 19 BACHELOR OF ARTS Candidates for Degree, Semester II, 2010–2011

Ian M. Alden William L. Allen Sean D. Anderson Manuel R. Arrellin Donavon G. Barney Dana A. Boyd Paulette C. Brannan Tara N. Brown Gene P. Candelaria Daniel R. Carrick Christie L. Carter Gabriel A. Cata Gabriel A. Chavez Bernice E. Dahl Diana J. Delgado Ryan J. Denmark Nadine Desormeau Michelle M. Dewalt Zachary D. Dulin Oscar Duran Robert L. Flenoy Lucas C. Floyd Skyler R. Fort Joel R. Frazier Candidates for Degree, Ann M. Gamache Semester II, 2010–2011 Gina M. Gonzales Rishin Behl Marshall C. Grindell Chinhui S. Dang Julie A. Harris Manuel Franco Maresa M. Harris Garrett L. Gonzales Carolyn R. Herrera John R. McCulloch Allen M. Hrynick Andres M. Moreno Benjamin D. Jackson Kevin M. O Grady Arianne N. Johnson BACHELOR OF Electra Kennedy-Hall SCIENCE IN Sun Woo Kim CONSTRUCTION William E. Kuntz MANAGEMENT Taylor A. Lane Candidates for Degree, Semester II, 2010-2011 Erin D. Lowry Avianna W. Meck James E. Allman Rebekah J. Mees Kyle M. Smith Jocelyn Montoya Jesse A. Trujillo Caitlin M. Moss College of Naomi J. Mroczek Fine Arts James Linnell, Dean Frederick H. Murphy

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Come to the reception for the Spring 2011 issue of Best Student Essays, UNM’s premiere nonfiction student review! Contributor readings, food, and more. Thursday, May 12, 6:30PM to 8:30PM in the Honors Forum on the bottom floor of the Student Health Center building. Info:,


Stephanie M. Salazar Kim M. Stuckel Darlene M. Whitehead Bernita M. Woody Wyndsor Yazzie BACHELOR OF UNIVERSITY STUDIES

Peter E. Moore Brianna J. Myers Sarah M. Northrop Dustin R. Offret Vanessa D. Ortiz Valerie L. Ozaksut Brandon D. Payne Kathryn L. Pinnell Travis M. Powell Candidates for Degree, Semester II, 2010–2011 Tyson T. Quiller Michael T. Reed Ashleigh E. Abbott Kassia R. Regehr Alyssa A. Adams Alexandria M. ReyesEmily C. Admire Odonoghue Leyna V. Aragon Shelby E. Rist Frank F. Barela Breanne N. Rowland Monica C. Beardsley Charmayne Schmitz Tami Jo L. Bechdol Cheryl K. Schultz Deborah S. Beebe Dominica F. Sena Debra F. Beverly Charlene M. Shorty Justin E. Bowles Kyla C. Sorensen Lindsay R. Bowman Colleen P. Stark Josephine Brown Jarod T. Steen Stephen W. Brown Maylene J. Succo Tavish R. Brown Alena M. Sweet Vanessa M. Burke John P. Toadlena Whitney A. Bushnell Paula M. Tso Eric T. Cano Hannah A. Underwood Thomas Carlson Andrew D. Valencia Laura M. Carrion Mariluz C. Valenzuela Miles N. Cleaver Brian M. Vallie Nancy A. Coleman Eric E. VanHorn Joshua K. Concha Loucinda J. Vargas Melissa I. Coufal Alesha C. Walker Adam P. Courcha Kristen F. Wiesch Irving P. Craft Bryant T. Williams Oliva M. Delvo De Lopez Philip J. Wilson Estelle V. Diaz Layla Yaghoobi Jan A. Dorrenbacher Dominick E. Zuniga Mandy I. Edwards Commissions Clement T. Eiden Joshua W. Galvan United States Dairese L. Gary Air Force Dorothy L. Glasier Ethan D. Fairey Melissa L. Gonzales Karissa M. Feltman Jacob A. Griego Jacob A. Griego Christopher M. Gutierrez Emily K. Jefferis Phillip A. Harrison Alexander A. Navarro Nora R. Heineman-Fleck Ronald C. Roux Jimmie M. Hyatt Matthew A. Spinks Rex M. Irby United States Army Jessica L. Iwaszek Kylie D. Cook Seth J. Johannemann Leah G. Humphrey Denise D. Johnson Jimmie M. Hyatt Lauren S. Joseph James W. McBreen Jessica M. Kielpinski Patrick L. Riley Lee C. Kittell Jarod T. Steen Jeremy L. Lajeunesse Amanda F. Wilson Terri L. Laughlin United States Shindera M. Lee Marine Corps Marion L. Loope Travis M. Powell Tiffany S. Lujan Drew B. Rasmussen Sheryl Luther Eric E. Van Horn Rebecca D. Martinez Rosella G. Martinez United States Navy Nathan C. McWhorter Christopher R. Ayala Amy J. Miller Kristopher A. Lovekamp Melinda A. Montoya Dustin P. Scheinert Marcus K. Moore Michael J. Wing

Final Examination Schedule, May 9-14, 2011






Please use the listing below to determine the final examination time for your class. In a combined lecture-laboratory course, class time listed is the first lecture section. examination in the laboratory portion of the course may be given during the last week of class preceding the examination week or during examination week at the time period listed on this schedule for your class.

8:50 a.m. Wednesday, December 16 12:30–2:30 p.m. 9:50 a.m. Wednesday, December 16 7:30–9:30 a.m. –10:50 a.m. Friday, December 18 7:30–9:30 a.m. –11:50 a.m. Wednesday, December 16 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. –12:50 p.m. Friday, December 18 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 1:50 p.m. Friday, December 18 12:30–2:30 p.m. 15 p.m. Friday, December 18 12:30–2:30 p.m. 2:50 p.m. Wednesday, December 16 3:00–5:00 p.m. 3:50 p.m. Friday, December 18 3:00–5:00 p.m. :45 p.m. Wednesday, December 16 3:00–5:00 p.m. 00–5:15 p.m. Monday, December 14 5:30–7:30 p.m. 4:50 p.m. Wednesday, December 16 5:30–7:30 p.m. 5:50 p.m. Monday, December 14 7:45–9:45 p.m. 00–7:15 p.m. Wednesday, December 16 7:45–9:45 p.m. 6:50 Wednesday, December 16 5:30–7:30 p.m. 00–8:15 Monday, December 14 7:45–9:45 p.m. 7:50 Monday, December 14 7:45–9:45 p.m. 00-9:15 Wednesday, December 16 7:45–9:45 p.m. 8:50 Wednesday, December 16 7:45–9:45 p.m. 5 a.m. Thursday, December 17 7:30–9:30 a.m. :45 a.m. Tuesday, December 15 7:30–9:30 a.m. .–12:15 p.m. Tuesday, December 15 12:30–2:30 p.m. :45 p.m. Thursday, December 17 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 5 p.m. Tuesday, December 15 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 45 p.m. Thursday, December 17 3:00–5:00 p.m. 15 p.m. Tuesday, December 15 5:30–7:30 p.m. 15 p.m. Thursday, December 17 5:30–7:30 p.m. 45 p.m. Tuesday, December 15 7:45–9:45 p.m. 15 p.m. Tuesday, December 15 7:45–9:45 p.m. 0 p.m. Monday, December 14 5:30–7:30 p.m. 0 Monday, December 14 5:30–7:30 p.m. 5p.m. Monday, December 14 5:30-7:30 p.m. 0 p.m. Tuesday, December 15 5:30–7:30 p.m. 5 Tuesday, December 15 5:30–7:30 p.m. 0 p.m. Wednesday, December 16 5:30–7:30 p.m. Final Examination Schedule, December 13-18, 2010 5 p.m. Please use the listing below to determineWednesday, December 16 5:30–7:30 p.m. the final examination time for your class. In a combined lecture-laboratory course, class time listed the laboratory portion of the17 course may be given during the last week of class preceding the 0 p.m. is the first lecture section. Examination inThursday, December 5:30–7:30 p.m. examination week or during examination week at the time period listed on this schedule for your class. 5 p.m. Students having conflicts with this examination Thursday, December 5:30–7:30 p.m. schedule must notify 17 the appropriate instructor before Friday, November 12, 2010. Any scheduled in any one day notified 7:00 p.m. orstudent laterhaving more than three examinations Monday, December 14may notify the instructor of the last examination listed. If7:45–9:45 p.m. before November 12, 2010, the instructor shall make arrangements to give a special examination. Conflicts arising as a result of scheduling :00 p.m. oroutside laterof approved standard meeting times Tuesday, 7:45–9:45 p.m. must be December resolved by the15 instructor of the non-standard section. Changes in this examination schedule are not permitted except by formal approval of the instructor’s College Dean. 7:00 p.m. orNOTES later· Special Exams are shown scheduledWednesday, December 16 7:45–9:45 p.m. for all sections of the course at the time and date listed below. · Exams are scheduled in the regular meeting · Short/non-traditional courses must meet in one of the exam time periods below that are not in use (see Friday room unless specified by the instructor. :00 p.m. orevening later5:30 or 7:45 p.m.). Thursday, December 17 7:45–9:45 p.m. contact the December Office of the Registrar-Scheduling Office if you will be using one of these Friday evening time 0:45 a.m.** SPECIAL NOTE: Instructor of Record — Please Saturday, 19 7:30–9:30 a.m. frames to make sure the building/rooms will be open. .m.–1:45 p.m.** Saturday, December 19 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

Good Luck on Finals!


Gina N. Glick BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN Sheryl A. Gonzales DENTAL HYGIENE Michele M. Gustafson Candidates for Degree, Jenny M. Haag Semester II, 2010–2011 Ashley A. Herrera Summer B. Abt Teresa A. Hogan Michelle Y. Andrade Carla J. Huber Melissa A. Barbara Theresa M. Huerta Melissa D. Coose Aubrey L. Johnson Jana N. Cruickshank Ann M. Jones Ellen M. Cruz Dana M. Jones Amanda M. Dominguez Rebecca L. Jones Kimberly I. Esquibel Katherine K. Koomoa Jessica C. Gallegos Jeanette S. Lopez Samantha G. Leonard Joshua A. Lopez Mariela V. Leyba Natalie B. Lovato Trang T. Lucero Shawntel J. Lujan Maya L. Mascarenaz Xi Luo Brittany E. Matthews Kimberly D. Lussetto Marla A. McBeth Lorie M. Maciver Bich L. Nguyen Candace N. Martinez Nicole A. Olivas Jaclyn M. McAlester Heather E. Patterson Cheyenne E. McElroy Rachel A. Romero Amie V. Merhege Stephanie M. Roybal Judith E. Mondragon Dana E. Schlessinger Jessica T. Montoya Kelly L. Shrouf Petra S. Nellessen Katharine D. Stobie Quynh N. Nguyen BACHELOR OF Debra J. Pappler SCIENCE IN Ju Young Park MEDICAL Wendi R. Pellegrino LABORATORY J B. Peters SCIENCES Carrie T. Rael Candidates for Degree, Leslye R. Ragsdale Semester II, 2010–2011 Andrea D. Rhodes Leanna R. Barber Gladys N. Robinson Alan Creed Julissa E. Rojas Dao Q Do Sam E. Roth Edith S. Gossett Justine V. Sanchez Efrain R. Grijalva Maila D. Sanchez Christina Just Cassandra R. Santiago Tingting Kou Ira J. Saunders College of Nursing Brigette T. Seymour Nancy Ridenour, Manijeh Sharifi Dean Brittany K. Simplicio Catherine M. Sorensen BACHELOR OF Wanda B. Sothen SCIENCE IN Louie A. Tafoya NURSING Candidates for Degree, Teresa E. Torres Semester II, 2010–2011 Tiffany J. Vaughn Melanie D. Acosta Yuri J. Vizcarra Paula F. Andrade Ashley C. Wiggins Rebecca A. Baca Hannah M. Williams Edith A. Baldinger Kerianne R. Williams Brenda L. Bispo Lisa S. Willow Erin B. Carrier Yvonne M. Woolfolk Ji Yeun Choi University College Andrea R. DeAguero BACHELOR OF Courtney L. Del Toro ARTS Janena M. Denwalt Candidates for Degree, Morgan A. Dodd Semester II, 2010–2011 Joanna D. Dominguez Tara M. Abeita Nicole K. Doss Dawn G. Begay Megan E. Dunlap Kansas K. Begaye Diana Facer Bennie Francisco Tristan D. Fin Jalyn L. Haley Nora Flucke Xochitl H. Romo James J. Franklin

IF*Foreign YOUR CLASS IS: and Literatures; Spanish and Portuguese YOUR FINAL and WILL BE ON: AT THIS Languages Languages Literatures—all sections of courses numbered below 300. TIME: BIOL 201, 202, ME 306 Thursday, December 16 12:30–2:30 p.m. **Saturday only courses meet on the last Saturday of the semester for their exam, not the Saturday beginning Finals Week. F Lang & Lit, Span & Port <300* Monday, December 13 12:30–2:30 p.m. F Lang & Lit, Span & Port<300* Monday, December 13 3:00–5:00 p.m. FALLMATH 2009 120, 162, 180, STAT 145 Monday, December 13 7:30–9:30 a.m. MATH 121, 150, 163, IS–M 100 Monday, December 13 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.


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Albuquerque citizens gathered Saturday at the Alvarado Transportation Center to celebrate the past and future of public transportation for city’s first Train Day. People toured the inside of the Rail Runner and an Amtrak Superliner. Train Day has been celebrated nationally since 2008, but this is the first year Albuquerque participated. City Councilor Isaac Benton, who also works with the Middle Rio Grande Regional Transit District, said he is intrigued by trains’ efficiency, romance and sheer power. “The country was really built by rail,” he said. “Our city, our downtown didn’t exist until we brought rail here.” Before Albuquerque became a metropolis, it was a small, rural community in 1880, said Steven Bradford, of the New Mexico Steam Locomotive and Railroad Historical Society. He said trains helped Albuquerque grow into its present form. “You can see the economic impact of having a railroad come into town in the 1880s,” Bradford said. “It brought money from the East Coast. It brought people from the East Coast. It brought all sorts of economic benefits, and, even more, good or bad, it brought a lot of cultural changes.” Today, rail and public transportation is being used to change our fossil-fuel-intensive culture, said Dewey Cave, executive director of the Middle Rio Grande Council of Governments. He said that as New

Mexico grows, rail will become an important mode of transportation. “What we are seeing today is a kind of a revival of that rail travel,” Cave said. Janet Schlotthauer, Amtrak district manager, said she recommends train travel because, unlike road trips, passengers can move around the caboose, and, unlike air travel, they aren’t exposed to strict security. “I hope they take away what Amtrak can offer — what the Rail Runner can offer, in terms of alternative means of transportation,” she said. The trains didn’t skip a beat making their scheduled runs in and out of the Alvarado Transportation Station. People also spent time on a bus during a city-wide scavenger hunt. Contestants rode the ABQ Ride buses looking for clues around town. “Our daily ridership right now, between Monday and Friday, is 48,000, and we’re very close to 12 million boardings for this fiscal year,” said Bruce Rizzieri, director of ABQ Ride. Bobby Sisneros, an ABQ Ride employee, said public transportation is important for improving environmental quality, saving money on gas and for promoting urban growth. He said Albuquerque public transit will one day mirror New York, Chicago, Dallas, Denver and Los Angeles’ transit systems. “There isn’t a successful city on the planet without a successful public transportation system,” he said.” If you can’t move your citizens around the city, then your city just collapses.”

The best works by UNM student filmmakers will be on display at the Guild Cinema on Wednesday and Thursday. The Cinematic Arts Student Showcase is a free annual event and has a program every day, each featuring about 15 students, according to Deborah Fort, an associate professor with the department and the coordinator of the showcase. She said that two jury panels convened to select the two programs. “The work had to meet certain criteria in terms of creative talent, and demonstrating ability and demonstrating skills that are taught in cinematic arts,” she said. “And then, beyond that, it was looking for work that maybe challenged certain approaches to the cinematic arts, or were representative of certain areas.” All works selected are high quality, and panels don’t hand out prizes or pick winners among the works selected, Fort said. “That is prize enough — to get your work shown,” she said. “It’s not really a contest, but it is definitely an honor.” She said works were selected based on a variety of criteria, and the jury also tried to make a balanced selection of styles to show the diversity of work produced in the program. “It’s not necessarily just picking the best work that was produced,” she said. “It’s looking at the overall work and picking a representative selection of work that shows what’s really done in cinematic arts.” Nina Fonoroff, an associate professor in the cinematic arts department, sat on the jury that

selected works for Thursday’s program. She said her jury chose quality, innovative works. “It depends upon how wellexecuted they are, the ways that they may fit into the arrangement of the program and what is artistically exciting — interesting — that reflects personal vision on the part of the filmmakers,” she said. “The ones that I selected all stood out.”

“We have some excellent students who are doing exciting work in filmmaking.” ~Nina Fonoroff Assicoate Professor Cinematic Arts The showcase used to be held in the Fine Arts Center on campus but was moved to the Guild several years ago to gain more exposure for student filmmakers, Fonoroff said. “I would say that it’s because we want to invite a larger part of the public to the show and let them know what we are doing as a department. We have some excellent students who are doing exciting work in filmmaking,” she said. “We wanted to bring it off of campus and to bring it into the world at large. And we also want the students to know that their work has consequences beyond just what goes on on campus — that they can actually show their work in a public venue.” Fort said each piece had a time

limit of 15 minutes, and most pieces in the program are eight to nine minutes long. She said that, on top of short films, the showcase will display screenplays and critical-studies papers. “With the screenplays, I’ve asked them to do some kind of staged reading … For the critical studies papers it might be more the way a paper is presented at a conference,” she said. “We don’t often get the opportunity to read or hear those papers presented, so I think that’s one of the unique things about the screening this year.” Fort said every piece selected for the showcase is strongly produced and shows the high quality of film produced in the cinematic arts department. “There was a lot of really great work,” she said. “Everything that was selected is, in its way, unique and really demonstrating an understanding of filmmaking skills.”

UNM Department of Cinematic Arts Annual Student Showcase Wednesday and Thursday 12:30 - 2 p.m. each day Admission is free Seats are limited

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Our Mission Statement: New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union is the trusted financial resource for our members, servicing them as the financial institution of yesterday with all the convenience, technology and accessibility of today and tomorrow.

Currently we are searching for Part Time Tellers to join our Credit Union. Teller Primary Responsibilities: Provide exceptional customer service while processing financial transactions, maintaining and balancing a cash drawer, and cross selling Credit Union products and services to fit our member needs. The ideal candidate will have six months prior teller experience or other cash handling experience. High school diploma or GED. Basic computer skills, proficient in written and verbal communication and superior customer service skills. We are searching for candidates who can work part-time flexible schedules Monday through Saturday. If you are looking for a fast paced working environment that encourages personal development, career opportunities and the chance to give back to the community, we want you! Come be a part of The Power of WE®. NMEFCU Offers: Competitive Health, Dental and Vision Insurance Paid Time Off (PTO) Paid Holiday Time Off 401 (k) Retirement Program Tuition Reimbursement To complete an online application, visit our careers page at , fax to (505) 998-2685. Apply in person in Albuquerque at 4100 Pan American Freeway NE, Bldg. C. EOE

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Student Webstream Engineer Wanted

Do you speak scripting? Then, UNM's student-operated online radio station, wants to speak to you! We seek a tech-savvy engineer to help program, upgrade and troubleshoot its audio and broadcasting systems. Working knowledge of Adobe Audition and SAM Broadcaster a plus. This is a paid, work-study position at KUNM starting in May. For details visit, "KUNM programming assistant".

DJ’s Wanted also seeks student volunteer programmers to create and develop online shows for the world. Visit our website and click on "Now Recruiting You" for further details.

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