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Athletics under fire for racy ads Department apologizes to faculty, community and fans by Isaac Avilucea
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Lobo Louie might be in the doghouse after his apparent fling with a pin-up girl from Route 66 Casino. faculty member, said the University should The pair performed in two commercials not be endorsing such a provocative released about a month ago, and Lobo message. Lucy isn’t the only one upset about it. “I think it reflects very poorly, and I’m The ads, filmed in not prudish about such partnership with UNM’s things,” Wood said in exclusive gaming sponan e-mail. “The human sor, depicts the casino’s body is a wonderfully billboard beauty in a beautiful part of crecherry “Lobos” midriff ation, but this ad prestop, skimpy spandex ents this young woman shorts and bright red as nothing but a sexustilettos. alized image. That kind In one ad, the camof caricature just fails to era focuses on the womdo justice to women’s an bent over with her talents.” cleavage showing while In a joint statement ~Danielle Borunda, she blows a kiss in the released to the Daily mirror. A smoke alarm Lobo, President David UNM student goes off, and the womSchmidly and Krebs an walks in to find Lobo apologized to the Lobo Louie grilling in the living room. The Uni- community and fans. versity mascot then pants at her as he of“We at the University of New Mexico fers her a hot dog. and the UNM Athletic Department deep“Why is it suggestive?” said Kurt Esser, ly regret any offense taken or discomfort associate director of External Affairs and felt by anyone seeing some new advertiseAthletics Marketing. “What it means is he ments that feature the Lobo mascot,” the was tailgating. There could be innuendo in statement read. “We appreciate the supabout anything.” port of our athletic department sponsors, Esser categorically denied that the ad- and taking the concerns we heard to heart, vertisement is suggestive. He said the Uni- Lobo Athletics worked with the sponsor to versity is proud of the ad campaign. revise the ads in question.” All the same, Athletics Director Paul Several bloggers on Topix.com had a Krebs apologized for the advertisements hearty discussion about the advertiseto members of the Faculty Senate, accord- ment, and Esser said he’s gotten four eing to Faculty Senate President-elect Rich- mails and two phone calls about it. ard Wood. Before the ad was approved to air, Wood, who is a father as well as a
“I thought they were a little bit more risqué than the University would like to portray themselves.”
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Stephen Wills and a group of students walk into Scholes Hall on Thursday to hand in a petition requesting an exemption from the smoking ban for on-campus residence halls. The petition had 415 signatures. Gabbi Campos / Daily Lobo
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About a dozen students marched into President David Schmidly’s office on Thursday to deliver a petition calling for an exception to the smoking ban. The petition, which had 415 signatures, requests a lift of the smoking ban outside the dormitory areas for the next two years. Schmidly wasn’t there to take the petition, but University spokeswoman Susan McKinsey accepted it on his behalf. McKinsey said the president
is aware of the request for dormitory smoking areas. Student Stephen Wills, author of the petition, helped organize a rally to gather signatures. The group assembled at La Posada and then marched across campus. Wills said the petition asks for a two-year exemption because he wants to lengthen the transition period and give residents more time to adjust to the policy. Wills said the designated smoking areas near Hokona Hall and Redondo Village are inconvenient for smokers and aren’t safe. “The two smoking areas
they have, there’s no area for us to really study at,” he said. “One smoking area is really poorly lit, so a lot of the female students don’t like to go out there at night.” Freshman Katie Zamora lives in Hokona Hall and said making an exception to the ban around the dorms would inconvenience residents. “There are areas where they can go to smoke if they would like to,” she said. “It’s just kind of a courtesy thing.” Senior Chris Fortson said he attended the rally because he’s concerned about
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UNM anticipates H1N1 outbreak by Tricia Remark Daily Lobo
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UNM is preparing for an H1N1 outbreak. The Student Health and Counseling Center, Provost’s Office and University Hospital, among others, are working together to combat the virus. The group has asked faculty to keep track of students’ reasons for being absent. English professor James Burbank said he received several e-mails concerning H1N1 preparation from his department chair.
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“The announcements have asked us to keep track of absences in class and to report if over 40 percent of the class is missing,” Burbank said. “They also said to keep a track of what reasons people have for being gone — if they were sick, what their symptoms were, that sort of thing.” Burbank said he set up his classes to stay a step ahead of an H1N1 outbreak at UNM. He is putting all of his assignments on WebCT for students who have to stay home, and he’s communicating with them by e-mail.
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notes,” Piatt said. “We don’t want sick people going out in public.” Piatt said it’s also important to get the seasonal flu vaccine, even though it won’t prevent H1N1. He said the shot is already available at the UNM Student Health and Counseling Center. “We’ve been trying to tell people to get vaccinated,” Piatt said. “We’ve Editor-in-Chief Rachel Hill Managing Editor Abigail Ramirez News Editor Pat Lohmann Assistant News Editor Tricia Remark Staff Reporter Andrew Beale Online Editor Junfu Han Photo Editor Vanessa Sanchez Assistant Photo Editor Gabbi Campos Culture Editor Hunter Riley
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immunization clinics on campus once that is available,” she said. Piatt said college students are a high risk group for the flu, so they will be one of the first to get the vaccine. “The vaccine will be given to health care workers and first responders, then pregnant women, then infants six months in age to adults 24 years old,” Piatt said.
Web site. Lori McKee, director of health and wellness at NMSU, said the two universities are preparing for the flu in similar ways. McKee said the government approved the H1N1 vaccine for production on Sept. 15, and vaccines should be available at the end of October. “We’re making plans to do
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Smoking from page 1 individual liberties. â€œI donâ€™t even smoke cigarettes, personally,â€? he said. â€œThereâ€™s some people that decide that they donâ€™t like it. They want to limit people to a certain area. Well, you could start doing that with anything.â€?
Fortson said he thinks UNM should go back to its old smoking policy. â€œIt makes more sense â€Ś if you just have to be a certain distance from the building,â€? he said. â€œItâ€™s easier to enforce.â€?
Zamora said the smoking ban should not be changed because it promotes a healthy campus. â€œSecondhand smoke is a really big issue, and a lot of times it ends up hurting more people who donâ€™t smoke than who do,â€? she said.
marketing and advertisement, said the ad has sexual undertones. â€œEverything from the music to the presentation of the hot dog, I think it wraps it up with throwing ice on Louie â€” I thought that was interesting. Itâ€™s definitely suggestive,â€? he said. â€œWhy throw the ice on Louie at the end? Why not throw the ice on the grill thatâ€™s on fire? The suggestion is that heâ€™s hot-to-trotting.â€? Lascivious or not, Senior UNM student Patrick Friedman Schaffer, 23, said the way the woman is dressed in the commercial is not how fans dress at Lobo football games. â€œItâ€™s not a really good representation of girls I would see at the games,â€? he said. â€œDefinitely no high heels.â€? UNM student Danielle Borunda, 22, agreed. â€œThat was a bad statement on their part,â€? she said. â€œThereâ€™s a large majority of girls that do not dress like that and find it offensive when other girls dress like that. Now that I look at it again, I see it as a little bit more against women than what I originally thought. I thought they were a little bit more risquĂŠ than the University would like to portray themselves.â€?
Schaffer said that the commercial is less than tactful and â€œa little intense.â€? â€œThereâ€™s little for the mind to uncover,â€? he said. â€œIf the kids are seeing that, they might get the wrong picture.â€? Esser said that Lobo Louie doesnâ€™t target children, though the mascot interacts mostly with children at UNM functions. Esser said the ad is meant to be straightforward. â€œThereâ€™s no denying that many people feel (the woman) is attractive, and maybe she showed too much body,â€? he said. â€œThatâ€™s the extent of the concern. The story is someone trying to tailgate inside. Thatâ€™s it. If you watch cartoons from 20 years ago â€” old Bugs Bunny ads â€” they say things that adults get that kids do not.â€? Esser said itâ€™s difficult for the University to anticipate everyoneâ€™s reaction to an advertisement. â€œWhat some people feel is inappropriate, others donâ€™t,â€? he said. â€œWe canâ€™t judge everything. Itâ€™s just like every other political issue that comes on our campus. Some people agree with it, some people donâ€™t.â€?
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Route 66 representatives asked Esser, Krebs and womenâ€™s soccer head coach Kit Vela to review the tape. Esser said that they asked the casino to tone down the ad, and they obliged. Esser didnâ€™t say what was taken out of the original commercial. Wood said his wife was concerned about the message the commercial sends to young women and their parents. â€œShe said, â€˜I know UNM wants to recruit bright, prepared students. But if they think Iâ€™m going to send my daughter to a place that sees young women like this, theyâ€™re crazy,â€™â€? Wood said. â€œI feel similarly, though I do know this is not the way the University, at its core, sees young women. Most disturbing to me is that someone thought it was cute and fun.â€? Esser said the young woman in the ad is dressed like a 20-year-old fan, but he couldnâ€™t recall a particular game where heâ€™d seen her. â€œThatâ€™s not really the point,â€? he said. â€œAnything can be considered dirty. The intent was not to show lewd behavior.â€? John Benavidez, a part-time faculty member in the Anderson School of Management who specializes in
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LETTERS Washington should listen to public on war in Afghanistan Editor, While many analysts are claiming that the Obama “surge” in Afghanistan will result in turning around the “good” war against terrorism, top military officials and public polls demonstrate the contrary. Senior military officials at the Pentagon, as if in a desperate last attempt to save their failed games of death, have stated that unless even more soldiers are sent to Afghanistan that the mission “will likely result in failure.” Let us not even mention the fact that the Soviet Union sent more than 100,000 soldiers to fail in Afghanistan compared to 68,000 currently in the country. What do the American people, in this so-called democracy, have to say about the matter? Well, a recent CNN poll shows that 52 percent of the American people oppose the war while 34 percent still support it. The political and military leadership in Washington is now so out of touch with the will of the American people that nothing short of an act of God will help us now. Let us all pray for salvation from this nightmarish chapter in our history. Muhajir Salam UNM student
UNM ‘failure factory’ has only 44% of students graduating Editor, Did you know the overall graduation rate for UNM undergraduates, six years after enrollment, is only 44 percent? More than half of the undergraduates you see around campus will probably drop out. A Sept. 8 New York Times article cited the University of New Mexico as an example of a “failure factory” because of its low graduation rates. UNM’s Hispanic graduation rate is around 41 percent, and the national Hispanic graduation rate is around 48 percent, according to current federal data published by the U.S. Department of Education. These are measured as graduation rates six years after enrollment. This data indicates UNM is graduating Hispanics at a rate lower than the national rate, but some UNM academic officers would rather you didn’t know this. In a Sept. 11 Albuquerque Journal op-ed, UNM Provost Suzanne Ortega wrote, “For many years now, Hispanic students have graduated from UNM at nearly twice the rate of Hispanics nationwide.” When I questioned this statement, Vice Provost Wynn Goering told me that Ortega based her assertion on a study that tracked 25,000 Hispanic students who were in the ninth grade in 1988. In this out-of-date study, only 23 percent graduated. I am concerned by the possible deleterious effect of Ortega’s statement. Since Ortega has not replied to my letters, I am taking the initiative to correct the public record. The shocking numbers are the financial losses when students don’t graduate from UNM. Total tuition paid by UNM students in 2007-2008 was $87 million. Total grant aid received by undergraduate students was $61 million. Mark Schneider, an economist cited in the New York Times article, has developed an indicator of financial losses. UNM’s overall graduation rate is 44 percent. Following Schneider’s approach, I estimate an annual loss to UNM students in tuition of $31 million, and losses to state and federal government of $26 million. When students don’t graduate, not only are their up-front investments of tuition, loans and grant aid lost, their lifelong earnings are also significantly reduced. Ortega’s op-ed was titled “Expect More Excellence From UNM Scholars.” Yes, I do expect excellence — from Ortega herself, who serves as UNM Provost and Executive Vice President. I expect current, accurate information about UNM’s performance, and a willingness to clarify misleading statements. I call on Ortega to publish a clarification in the Albuquerque Journal. Vicki Johnson UNM alumna
Students struggle to juggle time Dr. Peggy Spencer Daily Lobo columnist
Q: I’m often in a position in which I must choose between getting 8 hours of sleep or exercising. Is it healthier to sacrifice sleep in order to make time for a morning workout? — LG A: This is a great question, LG! Not because it is easy to answer — it isn’t — but because so many students can relate. There are only so many hours in the day, after all. Dividing your precious time between class, studying, eating, exercising, working and sleeping is a classic college challenge. Picture a juggler, a really good one, with several balls in the air. See how she deftly catches each one, holds it for a moment, then lofts it up just in time to catch the next ball as it comes arcing down. Toss, spin, catch, toss; the flying balls are a graceful blur. The practiced juggler makes it look easy. But you know that if she hangs onto a ball too long, tosses one too high, or falters in her rhythm, the whole array can come crashing down. That’s you. Each ball is a different demand on your time. You’re keeping all your duties and demands in the air; juggling study time, sleep time and all the rest. Juggling all those endeavors requires balance – that perfect stance and rhythm that gets all your work done and leaves you a healthy, fit, rested person. If you’re like most of us, that perfect stance
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is an elusive experience. Much of the time we teeter, grabbing clumsily and dropping balls. Most of us have too many balls in the air and are not expert circus performers. So how can we keep from crashing? Again, think of the juggler. How does she do it? First of all, she practices. You can practice, too. Try exercising one day, taking that time to sleep the next. Try doing homework at the library between classes one week, at home in the evening the next. See what works best for you. How will you know? Listen to your body. Our bodies are smarter than our brains in many ways. Your body knows what you need. Get to know what it feels like when your body really needs sleep versus when you’re just foggy-headed from too many hours staring at a book or a screen. If you’re foggy-headed, exercise can be just the thing to perk up your brain. If you really need sleep, trying to cram more into your tired brain the night before a test will backfire on you the next day. When you have achieved balance, even for a moment or a day, your body knows it. You feel relaxed and strong. Your muscles are not tense, your breath flows easily, and you are alert. Get to know that peaceful feeling. Keep trying for it. Back to the juggler. Does she always keep all the balls in the air? No. Sometimes she drops one or more. What does she do? She keeps juggling until she is able to pick up the dropped ball and return it to the group. Even if she drops them all, the show is not over. She smiles, picks them back up, and starts fresh.
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Sometimes you have to let something go in order to keep the rest of the system working. You might have to sacrifice some social time in order to study, or sacrifice sleep in order to get a good workout. But that doesn’t mean your show is over. Keep your stance as best you can, and soon you’ll be back in balance with all the balls in the air. I realize I haven’t answered your question. Your body needs both sleep and exercise, and, unless you’ve figured out a way to safely jog in your sleep, you might have to choose one over the other from time to time. Only you can know what is right for you. Listen to your body’s cues, practice, and keep your stance as balanced as you can. Before you know it, you’ll be juggling with the best of them. Lastly, don’t forget to appreciate the juggler. What you are doing is not easy. Do for yourself what you would for the juggler in the street: Give yourself a round of applause. Peggy Spencer, M.D., is a board-certified family physician. She has been a UNM Student Health physician for 17 years and a Daily Lobo contributing columnist for three years. She is co-author of the book 50 Ways to Leave Your 40s. Drop your questions in her box in the lobby of Student Health and Counseling, or e-mail her directly at Pspencer@unm.edu. All questions will be considered, and all questioners will remain anonymous. This column has general health information only and cannot replace a visit to a health provider.
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Welcome to the Hatch green chile hot seat, Mike Locksley. The Salem Witch Trials will appear tame if the first-year head coach loses to NMSU Saturday. Locksley understands that losing to NMSU verges on sacrilege — especially since the Lobos have won the last six matchups between the two teams. “It’s unforgivable to lose to the
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Aggies,” he said. “Losing in general is unforgivable. I never think it’s good to lose. I’m not a very good loser. Unfortunately, sometimes it’s part of the process to getting better. Sometimes you take a step backward to take a step forward.” Both NMSU head coach DeWayne Walker and Locksley said that these are renovation projects. The Aggies (1-2), however, barely nudged past Prairie View A&M, a Division II college team, 21-18 on Sept. 12. For once, it seems the Lobos and Aggies match up equally — some might even suggest that the Aggies have the advantage, since they’ve lost seven of the last eight games to UNM. It’s hard to continually dominate a team, and the pendulum swings year to year. On the other hand, if the Aggies aren’t the worst team on the Lobos’ schedule, they’re certainly one of the most beatable. Locksley said that’s not the case, adding that even the best teams can underestimate their opponents. “On any given Saturday, as we’ve seen in college football, if a team goes out and plays close to perfect, they’re always going to give themselves a chance to make it a ball game,” Locksley said. “There’s so much parity in college football.” While this might just be a makeor-break game for Locksley’s Lobos, fans down in Las Cruces aren’t as eager to jump on Walker.
“I don’t think the Aggies losing is a big deal,” said NMSU sophomore Jorge Caliendo. “It’s still early in the season, but I always hate to lose to UNM.” If UNM loses this game, it’s conceivable that the Lobos will go winless all season. After facing the Aggies, UNM hits the road for two games against Big 12 phenomenon Texas Tech and conference foe Wyoming. But Locksley said this isn’t a must-win game — that’s just fan talk. “I wouldn’t dare say that. It’s Game 4 of a 12-game season,” he said. “For the fans, it’s a whole year of having to hear your buddy say, ‘Hey, you guys lost to us.’ So for Lobo Nation and the Aggie followers, I’m sure it is make-or-break.” Lobo wide receiver Chris Hernandez said the Lobos are hurting for a win. “I’m not thinking about losing to the Aggies,” he said. “That’s not on my mind. I don’t think this game could’ve come at a better time.” Notes: Donovan Porterie will get his third start of the season because B.R. Holbrook contracted mononucleosis. Holbrook won’t dress for Saturday’s game. Brad Gruner will be the Lobos’ No. 2 quarterback, and Locksley said he has no reservations putting him in the game if Porterie doesn’t produce.
Soccer from page 5 scoreboard. Less than four minutes into the game, Williams scored her eighth goal of the season. “They were a little flat and they gave us a lot of space to work with,” Williams said. “We could have gone at them harder, and we should have, but we got the win.” The goal was easy for Williams, as she was able to capitalize on a deflection from a fellow Lobo for that first goal. “(Williams is) very good and she’s getting better,” Vela said. Along with her eight goals, Williams has contributed four
assists for the Lobos with their strong start to the season. In the last four weeks she has been Mountain West Conference Player of the Week three times, which is a school record. “It’s an incredible feeling,” Williams said. “It’s not all me. The whole team works hard. They’re the ones that get me the ball.” UNM has out-scored its opponents easily, 20-4, in 2009. “Our team motivates each other. We all want to get to the next level,” Williams said. “We all give 100 percent on the field.”
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