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October 30, 2012

City mulls adding bus-only lanes to Central by Ardee Napolitano news@dailylobo.com

Plans to improve the quality of public transportation near the University area may include designating one lane each way on Central Avenue as bus-only lanes. City of Albuquerque Transit Department Director Bruce Rizzieri said the city is considering the implementation of a bus rapid transit

along Central Avenue in order to improve public transportation. The plan will convert the two middle lanes of the street into bus-only lanes, and will allot only one lane for personal vehicle traffic in each direction. The plan may provide 60-foot rubberwheeled buses, which are almost identical to the buses currently used by the Rapid Ride system, to run in both directions without dealing with car and pedestrian traffic.

“A bus rapid transit is a kind of transit which has a lot of flexibility,” Rizzieri said. “It can operate along traffic, on dedicated lanes, or it can operate in a combination of dedicated lanes and general purpose lanes.” Rizzieri said about 45 percent of all passengers who use ABQ RIDE board a bus on Central Avenue. He said since the Rapid Ride systems were put in place, ridership increased from 9 million to 13 million people per year and that

the number continues to increase, contrary to the city’s expectations. “When the Rapid Ride system started in roughly 2005, concerns were that riders of the (Route) 66 would move to the Rapid Ride system, and ridership would stay the same but just put into two routes,” he said. “That didn’t happen. Ridership went up within the quarter,

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Aaron Sweet / Daily Lobo About 45 percent of ABQ RIDE users board a bus on Central Avenue. In an effort to improve public transportation, city planners have proposed decreasing the lanes on Central Avenue to one traffic lane on each side, with a rapid bus lane in the middle.

Free mental-health tests today Basketball player by Laura Meurer and Svetlana Ozden news@dailylobo.com

A free mental health screening offered at the Student Health and Counseling center can examine patients for one of five disorders in five minutes. Because October is Depression Awareness month, the center is hosting Mental Health Screening Day today. Staff leader Stacy Lowe said the screening will test participants for the five most common mental disorders found on college campuses: bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety, depression, eating disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, bipolar disorder affects about 6 percent of adults in the U.S. and the average age of onset is 25. According to American Psychiatric Association, suicide is the second most common cause of death among college students and in 2008, about 30 percent of students reported that they felt so depressed that it impaired their ability to function. About 49 percent of students felt overwhelming anxiety, about 10 percent of students reported being diagnosed or treated for depression and about 25 percent will experience a depressive episode by age 24. About 86 percent of women surveyed by the association reported the onset of an eating disorder by the age of 20 and about 40 percent reported that the onset occurred between the ages of 16 and 20. According to the U.S. Depart of Veteran Affairs, about 8 percent of people in the U.S. will have PTSD at some point in their lives. According to the National Institutes of Health, the average age for PTSD onset is 23. Each Mental Health Screening Day questionnaire

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has specific questions about a specific disorder, such as how often the participant feels sad, nervous or experiences disruptions in sleep or an inability to fall asleep. But students who are unsure of which questionnaire to fill out can answer questionnaires for multiple disorders. Before answering questions about a specific disorder, students will fill out a demographic survey that includes information such as age, gender, year, race and place of residence. Lowe said that during Mental Health Screening Day in 2010, more than 100 people filled out the questionnaires and many of the participants scheduled consultations with counselors. She said she hopes to have another big turnout this year. SHAC Counseling Services Director Stephanie McIver said she is very excited about the event because it may encourage students to seek help and sort out problems so they can be healthier, better students. “It is actually a testament to people’s strength and functionality that they seek help to resolve problems when they arise to get the help that you need and that are you entitled to,” she said. McIver said students often ignore or undervalue the problems they experience because they don’t realize that mental health problems are common. She said mental health problems can often be debilitating, but students will never recover if they don’t seek help. “There are a lot of people who struggle with something and say to themselves ‘This isn’t something that I need to seek counseling about,’” she said. “People are not alone in struggling with these symptoms. They are fixable — there is something you can do.” For information on common mental health disorders see Page 2

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out for first 3 games by J.R. Oppenheim

assistantsports@dailylobo.com @JROppenheim UNM senior guard Jamal Fenton has been suspended for the first three games of the 2012-13 basketball season for a “minor NCAA rule violation regarding impermissible benefits,” the University Athletics department said in a release issued late Monday morning. UNM head basketball coach Steve Alford said during a Monday press conference that he is disappointed after learning of the NCAA ruling. Aside from calling it a “minor violation” that involved only Fenton, Alford did not delve into specifics regarding the violation. Fenton will not discuss those specifics, the release said. “It does affect our rotation,” Alford said. “He’s a senior that is going to be asked to do a lot this year. To lose him for three games is unfortunate. It is what it is. I’m not happy about it, but it is what it is.” Fenton will miss the Nov. 12 season-opening game against Davidson and the first two games of the Paradise Jam, which begins

Nov. 16 in the Virgin Islands. He will be eligible to begin regularseason play on Nov. 19, the final day of the Paradise Jam. The ruling allows Fenton to practice and travel with the team. He is also eligible to play exhibition games slated for Wednesday against Victory University and Nov. 5 against New Mexico Highlands. “We’re going to have to play the vets a little bit more in that stretch,” Alford said. “He does come back for that third game in four days in the Virgin Islands. At least we won’t go that whole tournament with a light bench.” Article 16 of the NCAA bylaws states student athletes cannot receive an award, benefit or expense allowance not authorized by NCAA legislation. Violations result in player ineligibility. Fenton has a .408 shooting average in three years at UNM, including a .339 average behind the 3-point line. He has two games in which he scored a career-high 16 points, the last coming Dec. 22, 2011 against Missouri-Kansas City. Lobo sophomore point guard

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eneralized anxiety symptoms include an inability to stop worrying, restlessness or feeling on-edge, muscle pain, headaches or stomach problems.

ost-traumatic stress disorder symptoms include feeling numb or detached, having nightmares or being easily startled as a result of experiencing or witnessing a frightening or violent event.

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which is very good.” Rizzieri said the city is studying the entire length of Central Avenue, which runs east from Tramway Boulevard to Paseo del Volcan. Although plans to improve transportation along Central Avenue started during the ‘90s, Rizzieri said the latest ridership study of the street was conducted in 2009. He said the city tried to put a plan to improve transportation on Central Avenue into place but could not afford to do so. “The city had several plans and designs we looked at,” he said. “But we decided not to proceed for cost and other reasons.” Rizzieri said the project will be advantageous, especially to students without cars. “If this proceeds … the advantage to any transit rider is we can get from one point to another in a timelier manner than you can using the current service, and perhaps even driving your own vehicle,” he said. But UNM student Leann Garcia said that although she wants public transportation to be more efficient, she does not think decreasing the lanes along Central Avenue is a good idea. “I also ride the buses and the Rail Runner, and they’re always late,” she

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said. “But coming from a driver’s point of view, I think it would cause a lot of traffic, and I will have to wake up earlier to go to school.” Garcia said it takes her 20 minutes just to drive from the University to I-25 and that the plans to decrease the lanes on Central Avenue are poorly timed, because she lives out of town and has to drive to school every day. She said the plans may not be worth the amount of money it could cost and that it would be easier if students watch bus route movement more closely. “You could get to your buses early and get to your destinations earlier by using the buses we already have now,” she said. UNM student Andrew Patterson said that because he does not own a car, installing more buses along Central Avenue will be very helpful. But Patterson said he is skeptical about the feasibility of the plan. “My opinion is that Albuquerque seriously needs a lot more public transportation,” he said. “But I don’t see how that’s going to happen, considering how congested the city already is and how much people love their cars.” Patterson said the plan may encourage people to be more

environmentally friendly with their vehicles. “People can get around more easily, and this will maybe encourage people to not drive their cars as much,” he said. “I don’t know why so many people drive along Central anyway. The people of Albuquerque are pretty stubborn drivers.” Rizzieri said a similar study is being conducted for University Boulevard and that it is possible that a bus rapid transit will be installed along University Boulevard as well. But he said the city has not decided whether to push this plan through and that a budget estimate has not yet been determined for the project. “Right now our plan is to have a series of public meetings to present our information and projections for future traffic projections … and current bus situations along Central,” he said. The first public meeting about the project will be held Nov. 20. Rizzieri said the city hopes to make a decision in 2013 after public reactions about the project are heard.

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Hugh Greenwood said it’s a huge blow to lose Fenton, who serves as an emotional leader to the team. “It’s going to give some other guys a chance to come in and play a significant role, but you can’t replace Jamal and the energy he brings and the leadership he brings,” Greenwood said. “We’re going to have to do our best.” Fenton is the fifth UNM student athlete to be suspended this semester. On Aug. 29, UNM senior defensive lineman Rod Davis was suspended two games and senior defensive lineman Fatu Ulale was suspended four games for impermissible benefits violations that occurred in 2011 under former head football coach Mike Locksley. Current UNM head football coach Bob Davie said at the time that those suspensions stemmed from players shipping items with a University FedEx account. Junior quarterback David Vega and sophomore defensive back Devonta Tabannah were also suspended that week following arrests. Vega was arrested for minor in possession, Davie said, while Tabannah was charged with DWI, failure to obey a traffic control device and failure to provide registration, a driver’s license or proof of insurance to police officers.

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Water cheaply washes away prickly pear juice Editor’s note: This is in response to the crime briefs published in Wednesday’s Daily Lobo. The brief the author refers to is about a graffiti incident that cost the UNM Physical Plant Department $500 to clean up, according to the UNMPD report. Editor, Concerning the crime brief about the prickly pear graffiti last Wednesday, I have a couple of points. One, I have used prickly pear fruit for similar applications before, and as far as I know, you can just wash it off with water.  Two, I think it would be interesting to see the actual report of the UNM Physical Plant that cost so much. I saw the piece in Smith plaza Thursday morning and I certainly don’t think it should have taken $500 of paint and labor to cover that up. Adam Snider UNM student

From the web In the column “Confessions of a gay Republican,” published Monday, Daily Lobo guest columnist Josh Dolin wrote about the difficult choice he has to make this election between what he feels is best for his country and what he feels is best for the gay community of which he is a part. Readers on DailyLobo.com responded: by Marcos Obama only began supporting gay marriage when it was politically convenient. Both parties have failed at civil liberties. Instead of limiting your choices to Republocrat A and Republocrat B (both of whom have the same policies), try expanding your horizons. Vote for who you believe in. More importantly, get involved at the local level, for that is where the big change will happen. Last I heard, the Libertarian Party supported gay rights for decades (they even had a gay nominee once). Gary Johnson has supported it even when it was not politically convenient. Don’t be a pawn of the status quo two party (more like one party) system by CodyA The republican party needs to drop this already. I know, I’m going to get some scolding from the hard-core conservatives here, but the only reason the republicans still support the prohibition of gay marriage is because they are afraid of losing the evangelical vote. I have debated this issue with myself for years, and I still can’t see any good reason to not let gay couples have the same legal rights as straight couples! If the problem is that marriage is a relligious entity and changing the definition of marriage is moraly reprehensible, then fine! Call it queerlovey-dovey fun time for all I care, or more realistically, maybe a federal civil union! I’m sure that most gay couples aren’t so worried about calling their union a “marriage” and more worried about if they can see their partner in a hospital or have the legal right to make the decision to pull the plug on their partner if he/she was sitting in a hospital bed brain dead. Evangelicals will still vote republican, don’t worry (what are they gonna do, vote for a pro-choice liberal?). Plus, a whole population will no longer feel alienated by the republican party and we will gain more votes. by 1LessPath Josh, please consider that Mitt Romney’s “plan to save this country” is based on an ideal future of a country that does not include you. How can you consider voting for a person who plans to make the country no longer yours? His values statements on homosexuals are very similar to to his idea for “illegal” immigrants. I would not be surprised if he begins advocating shaming and self-deportation for homosexuals who can then re-apply to become U.S. citizens if they go through conversion therapy. Your setup in your opening paragraph reveals your alarming misunderstanding. You categorically separate the right path for your country from your equal rights as a citizen. Please be careful.

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Last week, new details concerning President Obama’s already controversial “kill list” were released to the public. The New York Times broke the story on the kill list in May, and detailed how the president has the ability to personally authorize drone strikes on terrorists and U.S. citizens aiding terrorists, effectively bypassing due process rights in the latter case. These drone strikes have been conducted with and without the consent of the governments of the countries where the strikes have taken place. A new “disposition matrix” component has been revealed, which contains a list of names, along with last known locations and associations, and a full listing of the resources that can be committed to “dispose” of these high-value targets wherever they are. First of all, it is very difficult to see how this use of presidential power can be justified by the administration since it is clearly not constitutional. In Article II of the Constitution, the only power the president is given to kill people is indirect, via the military in the role of commander in chief of the armed forces. The deployment of the armed forces must also include a declaration of war from Congress. The president has never in any way been given the ability to lawfully pick and choose who to terminate from a prepared list of perceived threats to the country, whether using the military or using civilian government agencies. However, the War Powers Resolution passed in 1973 gives the president the power to deploy the military unilaterally, with a clearly delineated time limit, in the case of a “national emergency created by attack upon the United States, its territories or possessions, or its armed forces” when waiting to seek congressional approval for deployment would be too costly in terms of American lives. Clearly, the kill list and drone strikes could not fall under this established extraconstitutional framework. A single terrorist thousands of miles away who hasn’t yet done anything to the United States is outside of the resolution’s scope. The kill list is essentially a corollary to the well-known pre-emptive strike doctrine, but extended to the individual level. Some may say that the president is justified in expanding executive power in this

way. After all, the president is the commander in chief via the Constitution, and the authorization of drone strikes could be in some way construed as commanding the armed forces to combat threats to America. The main problem with this rationalization is that CIA drones are used in these operations, and the CIA is a civilian government agency the president has no constitutional command over. To counter that technicality, some may point to the broader idea that the president has the responsibility to keep Americans safe, and that should be all the explanation needed for the kill list. While it’s hard to argue with the idea that the government should be active in protecting its citizens, why must the president alone have the power to decide who to kill and whether to authorize drone strikes? Why can’t the job be left to the regular military? After all, in times of war, though the president is the commander in chief and makes the major decisions, it is the military generals who plan and direct the specifics of actual operations. Yes, soldiers’ lives are spared by the use of CIA drones. Once again, this point is hard to argue against. But at the same time, the kill list and authorization of drone strikes could easily be handed over to the CIA alone, without any presidential involvement, gaining the same lifesaving results for our military, and the same lifeending results for our enemies, but sparing the Constitution. This of course ignores the other problem that the CIA is a civilian agency, and while its agents are allowed to use deadly force to protect themselves, they are still civilians. They are subject to federal laws for civilians against murder, and are not legally allowed to project that

deadly force. That is the military’s job. Some might also argue in favor of drone strikes on American citizens working with terrorists, given the fact that these Americans chose to aid those who seek the destruction of America. They are traitors and do not deserve their constitutional rights, and the president is justified in eliminating these threats to the rest of us wherever and whenever they may occur. However, the problem remains that these drone strikes are essentially summary executions in violation of due process. How can the government deny constitutional rights to U.S. citizens so blatantly? Regardless of the extremely thorny constitutional ground this argument leads to, I ask: Even if we could agree that the deprivation of due process is justified in this case, how could we rationalize allowing only one person to determine whether such a deprivation is justified? Essentially, the kill list and disposition matrix should be matters of great concern for all American citizens. The fact remains that the president has greatly expanded executive power in an alarming manner. This expansion is one that, at best, is overzealous in its pursuit of Americans’ safety by having unnecessary direct presidential involvement in terminating perceived threats. At worst, it is essentially the power of summary execution of U.S. citizens anywhere in the world and a violation of federal law and the Constitution on several other counts, all in the name of national security. This is hardly “compatible with our values,” as the president has said to try to justify his actions, because our values include a respect for the rule of law and the Constitution.

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Superstorm Sandy makes landfall with a vengeance by Erin McClam and Katie Zezima The Associated Press

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Superstorm Sandy slammed into the New Jersey coastline with 80 mph winds Monday night and hurled an unprecedented 13-foot surge of seawater at New York City, flooding its tunnels, subway stations and the electrical system that powers Wall Street. At least 10 U.S. deaths were blamed on the storm, which brought the presidential campaign to a halt a week before Election Day. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said that the worst of the rain had passed for the city, and that the high tide that sent water sloshing into Manhattan from three sides was receding. In addition, heavy rain and further flooding remain major threats over the next couple of days as the slow-moving storm makes its way into Pennsylvania and up into New York State. By late night, the center of the storm was over southern New Jersey. Just before it reached land, forecasters stripped it of hurricane status, but the distinction was purely technical, based on its shape and internal temperature. It still packed hurricaneforce wind, and forecasters were careful to say it remained every bit as dangerous to the tens of millions still in its path. As the storm closed in, it smacked the boarded-up big cities of the Northeast corridor — Washington,

Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston — with stinging rain and gusts of more than 85 mph. It also converged with a cold-weather system that turned it into a superstorm, a monstrous hybrid consisting not only of rain and high wind but snow in West Virginia and other mountainous areas inland. Sandy made landfall at 8 p.m. near Atlantic City, which was already mostly under water and saw an old, 50-foot piece of its world-famous Boardwalk washed away earlier in the day. Authorities reported a record surge 13 feet high at the Battery at the southern tip of Manhattan, from the storm and high tide combined. In an attempt to lessen damage from saltwater to the subway system and the electrical network beneath the city’s financial district, New York City’s main utility cut power to about 6,500 customers in lower Manhattan. But a far wider swath of the city was hit with blackouts caused by flooding and transformer explosions. The city’s transit agency said water surged into two major commuter tunnels, the Queens Midtown and the Brooklyn-Battery, and it cut power to some subway tunnels in lower Manhattan after water flowed into the stations and onto the tracks. The subway system was shut down Sunday night, and the stock markets never opened Monday and are likely to be closed Tuesday as well. The surge hit New York City hours after a construction crane atop a luxury high-rise collapsed in the wind and dangled precari-

John Minchillo / AP photo Sea water floods the Ground Zero construction site Monday in New York. Sandy continued on its path Monday, as the storm forced the shutdown of mass transit, schools and financial markets, sending coastal residents fleeing, and threatening a dangerous mix of high winds and soaking rain. ously 74 floors above the street. As the storm drew near, airlines canceled more than 12,000 flights, disrupting the plans of travelers all over the world. Storm damage was projected at $10 billion to $20 billion, meaning it could prove to be one of the costliest natural disasters in U.S. history. Ten deaths were reported in New

Jersey, New York, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Connecticut. Some of the victims were killed by falling trees. At least one death was blamed on the storm in Canada. While the hurricane’s 90 mph winds registered as only a Category 1 on a scale of five, it packed “astoundingly low” barometric pressure, giving it terrific energy to push water inland,

said Kerry Emanuel, a professor of meteorology at MIT. “We are looking at the highest storm surges ever recorded” in the Northeast, said Jeff Masters, meteorology director for Weather Underground, a private forecasting service. “The energy of the storm surge is off the charts, basically.”


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If Fido has been in a bad mood, maybe you should find out what he’s really thinking. Bookworks offers free tarot card readings that can possibly tell your dog’s future. Predictions are not guaranteed. Bookworks is at 4022 Rio Grande Blvd. N.W. and the event runs from 6 to 8 p.m.

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TODAY Fifty-cent tacos at Copper Lounge’s Taco Tuesday just got beat by Taco Bell. The chain hands out free Doritos Locos Tacos from 2 to 6 p.m. — yes, those are the tacos with the Doritos shells. The nearest Taco Bell to campus is at 2901 Monte Vista Blvd. N.E.

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Are you having a sweet-tooth attack, but have no money to spend on chocolate? Dia del Dulce in Old Town starts at 4 p.m. with trick-or-treating, so you can get your fix. The event runs until 7 p.m. and you can hit up any Old Town merchant for sweets.

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culture@dailylobo.com You can’t afford that perfect Iron Man costume with robotic armor, an LED mask and automated movement, but you don’t want to just cut some holes in a sheet and call it a costume. Not to worry, the Daily Lobo can help a lot more than Iron Man ever will. Check out this compilation of cheap, wacky and creative costumes.

GOTYE

All this one requires is a lot of paint — plus you will have to bare some skin. Emulate the famous “Somebody That I Used to Know” music video by covering yourself and a friend in triangles of paint. You can grab some cheap, nudecolored underwear at one of those corporate megastores, and have at it. Every time you walk into a party, someone will start singing that song. You know you love it.

TWISTER

Dressing up as board games always pegs you as the quirky/creative/fun guy or girl at the party. Add a special twist by dressing up as the game once called “Sex in a Box”: Twister. All you have to do is cut out yellow, red, green and blue circles and glue them to an all-white outfit.

STICK-PERSON

If you still want to be a person for Halloween — just not an anatomically correct person — then this is the costume for you. Dress in all white, and have someone outline a stick-person on you with black electrical tape. You can even make a stick-person mask by drawing on a paper plate with black marker.

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This one’s really simple. All you need are tighty-whiteys, a gas mask and some fake meth. Try a local thrift store, UNM’s science labs or a costume store for the gas mask. Rock candy is pretty much the same as meth in this town anyway. Just watch out for the DEA while you’re partying.

I DON’T KNOW WHAT I AM

This is one for all you losers who don’t want to do something unique, but don’t want to go as nothing. Or you think this is unique, you hipster you. Just cut out a bunch of question marks and attach them to your clothes. It’s ambiguous and “cool” — well, maybe. Not to promote huge tobacco corporations, but this costume is super easy. Just find a pair of tan pants (the filter), a white shirt (the tobacco) and a gray hat (the ash). People will want to smoke you all night. Think of it this way: you’re a cancer-free alternative for the masses.

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Finances force ‘Underground Guide’ into hiatus by Nicole Perez

culture@dailylobo.com The masterminds behind the Don Schrader paper doll, snarky reviews of Flying Star and gun-toting Ladies of Guadalupe are calling it quits — but only for a year or so. Eric Bodwell and Adam Rubinstein created “An Underground Guide to Alburquerque” for friends of theirs who were coming to town for a 2005 poetry slam. Rubinstein said the extra ‘r’ in Alburquerque refers to a city in Spain, after which Albuquerque was probably named. The guide features local businesses and the reviewers detail the quirky ins and outs of the establishments they review. “Basically, our thought process was we were going to have a lot of friends coming in from all over the nation and we didn’t want them going to, like, Chili’s,” Bodwell said. “So we made the guide format to local businesses and places that we really loved, basically letting the secrets out about our city. And people loved it.” Bodwell, who works as a custodian at UNM, said even Albuquerque natives liked the guide, so the team kept printing them every year. The guide includes reviews of everything from typewriter repair stores to hole-in-the-wall bars to graffiti viewing spots around the city. “We started figuring out that people who were local didn’t know some of the places we were talking about, so we were like ‘Oh, well maybe this is something we can do, like, all the time,’” Bodwell said. But because of financial constraints, Rubinstein said the guide won’t be published again until 2014, except for a short “arrival” guide in December. Rubinstein is a freelance designer, and he said he spends nights and weekends working on the guide. Last year, he and Bodwell paid themselves a stipend of $50 each for thousands of hours of work. Bodwell said they have both paid thousands of dollars out of pocket to fund the project, just to print enough copies of the guide. “It’s not a huge amount, but it’s pretty heavy considering we don’t get paid ourselves,” Bodwell said. “It’s really a labor of love. We love the project and there are so many people that

Adria Malcolm/ @adriamalcolm / Daily Lobo Adam Rubinstein edits “An Underground Guide to Alburquerque” at his his house on Oct. 16. He works as a freelance designer, and spends much of his time working on the guide that features original reviews of local businesses. give us positive feedback. So we’re like, people think it’s important, let’s make it happen.” But Rubinstein said they can’t continue at the same pace, printing a brand new guide every year, and handing it out for free. “Part of that is just our business structure, which is part of the reason we’re taking a break, and part of it is that we’re just way more committed to getting books out on the street than getting money out of it,” Rubinstein said. “The two of us could get another 200, 400, 600 bucks, or another 1,000 books could go out on the street.”

Rubinstein said some people were disappointed to hear the guide won’t be printed for a while. “There have been some people on Facebook that were sad, and there were a couple people on Twitter that expressed sadness,” he said. “What we can say is that when we get responses like ‘Oh no, I’m gonna miss you guys,’ or when people re-tweet us, there is no more powerful fuel for us.” In the meantime, Rubinstein and Bodwell will focus on their website and putting out the

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may need it, as well as a number of organizations tabling with information and resources that can help those who are being bullied or who wish to work on bullying prevention

Come attend any of these workshops to learn how these Apple apps can enhance your college or work experience! (Pages, Keynote, Numbers, Notability, Dragon Dictate and CourseSmart).

Halloween Speaker 5:00pm – 11:00pm SUB Ballroom C Come Learn of terrifying visons, phantom voices and demons from parapsychologist Peter Jordan. Raffle and costume contest!

Food and Culture Around the Globe Lecture Series-- Indian Ocean Cuisine? On the limits of National Cultures 12:00pm – 1:00pm Dane Smith Hall 125 Krishnendu Ray, Associate Professor of Food Studies and Chair of the Department of Nutrition, Food Studies & Public Health, New York University

Sports & Rec Women’s Basketball vs. Northern New Mexico 7:00pm The Pit

Lectures & Readings Apple Apps for UNM - Workshop! 10:00am – 2:00pm UNM Bookstore Free Apple app workshops for UNM Students, Faculty and Staff!

Arturo Madrid Book Signing 3:00pm – 4:30pm Zimmerman Library Presentation and book signing by Arturo Madrid on his book In the Country of Empty Crosses.

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