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Alumnus Robert Frank to succeed Schmidly

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by Luke Holmen holmen@unm.edu

The UNM Board of Regents unanimously selected Robert G. Frank on Jan. 4 to replace David Schmidly as the next president of UNM, but the decision elicited mixed responses from the UNM community. Frank graduated from Mayfield High School in Las Cruces and received three degrees from UNM, including a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. He said during a press conference that he is glad to return home to his alma mater. “To have the opportunity to return to this University is a very satisfying moment and I want to thank the regents and the faculty and staff for their vote of confidence,” he said. “This is not a homogeneous place, as you all know. This is an opportunity to see the new America, and I look forward to shaping that and showing the rest of the nation what we can do as a diverse University.” Faculty Senate President-elect Amy Neel and current Faculty Senate President Tim Ross said that faculty at the presidential forums expressed concerns about the selection of Frank. Both Ross and Neel said they will lend their support to Frank in the upcoming months. “If you look at the faculty responses, Dr. Frank was not on the top of their list, but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t a good choice, he was,” Ross said. “He is extremely savvy in the running of a complex university, and he has a strong background in the medical field, where 50 percent of our budget is.” Ross said that during the forums, some faculty reacted negatively to a comment Frank made about “dropping the hammer” as an administrator, a reference to using his administrative powers forcefully. “One of the biggest concerns was the way he handled himself in

the forum,” Ross said. “I think the negatives had to do with his style … but I don’t think this necessarily reflects his leadership.” Ross said faculty received mixed reviews when they contacted colleagues at Kent State University, where Frank has served as provost and senior vice-president for academic affairs since 2007, to ask about Frank’s leadership. “I think for any upper administrator you are going to get mixed results from the school they are at,” he said. “Right now, most universities are cutting programs and laying people off and you are not really popular, but that is just something he had to do.” Interim provost Chaouki T. Abdallahw said he is working with Frank to evaluate new programs that would improve student success through increased preparatory classes. Abdallah said Frank hopes to work with faculty to address their concerns. “In my one-on-one meeting, he indicated he would be supportive of shared governance,” Abdallah said. “So far he has met with faculty members and other organizations. In [regard to] the ‘unacceptable’ comment in the (Albuquerque) Journal, I think this was a group of faculty leaders that had concerns. I think there were two of them that had concerns, but regardless of what the faculty think, he (Frank) needs to meet with them and see what those concerns are, and see how he can address that. I think he is mindful of that, and of the role of the faculty and the students.” Regent Don Chalmers said Frank was selected for his outstanding leadership skills and strong ties to New Mexico. “When it all comes down to it, his experience has to do with dealing with issues. We don’t know what the issues will be in the next five years, but I think the strength of his character can carry us through those times,” he said. “I like the fact that he is coming home. We may have picked a president that will be here not just for the next five years … but may serve this University for even longer.” Frank said his primary goal as president is to maintain and improve the wide variety of educational opportunities at UNM. “I am com­m it­ted to lead­ing the Uni­ver­sity, in a col­lab­o­ra­tive and thought­f ul man­ner, to real­ize its full potential,” he said. “There is richness in this campus that is unappreciated by the outside, maybe not appreciated even in

the Albuquerque community, but the complexity and breadth of programs is staggering.” GPSA President Katie Richardson said she is pleased with the selection of Frank, but said she intends to ensure student input is a part of future administrative decisions. “I think that there is an old attitude that is becoming rarer on campus that faculty, staff, and students can be brought in to cosign at the last minute,” she said. “We intend to hold Dr. Frank to the

promise that he is going to be a listener on campus.” Frank takes office June 1, and will earn $355,000 a year, which is $102,000 less per year than Schmidly’s current salary. The Board of Regents said the salary cut will help support academics. Frank said he will also receive benefits including health insurance and residence at UNM’s University House on campus. He also receives $100,000 in deferred compensation, a $12,000 car allowance and could receive as much

as $25,000 in annual bonuses if he can produce “measurable improvement” in UNM’s graduation and retention rates, according to his contract. Schmidly earns $587,000 a year, plus benefits. At Kent State, Frank increased student retention rates by more than 6 percent, streamlined promotion and tenure rules and improved tracking of students to ensure graduation, according to

Intercollegiate Chess Championship in Fort Worth, Texas, which came as surprise to team members who said they didn’t expect to place at all. “We placed higher than schools like Yale and Princeton,” chess team captain Dante Archuleta said. “It was pretty exciting because the competition was really high. Most of [the teams] were a lot better than us. Some of the teams had Grand Master

(chess players) and International Masters (chess players).” Albuquerque’s Wired Kings Chess Club reported the UNM Chess Club finished 13th out of 28 teams from across the nation, which is “impressive given the caliber of the teams in the tournament.” Archuleta said the team hasn’t competed in previous years because they haven’t had enough members.

This year, with members Silas Perry, Lara Armas, Douglas Thigpen and himself, Archuleta said the team was finally able to compete. Archuleta said the competition was especially fierce against the University of Chicago chess team, but the UNM team won. “Eventually Silas walked away with a win, and I felt a lot more comfortable if I had to take a loss that

we could at least tie the match-up,” Archuleta said of the match with the University of Chicago. “Suddenly Lara gets up with a win and Doug is crushing and I’m crushing and before you know it, we’re walking out with a near sweep.” Archuleta said the team practiced for the championship by

Public comments on Frank’s presidency “He has the extensive academic and research experience that UNM needed for the next president. And the fact that he has ties to New Mexico and was very passionate about returning to New Mexico is very desirable because I feel that means he will probably be here for the rest of his career, as opposed to hopping off somewhere else.”

— Staff Council President Mary Clark

“I think some of the faculty were concerned with his leadership style, but he had a lot of support and we look forward to working with him in the future.”

— Faculty Senate President-elect Amy Neel

“The faculty worked very hard to provide our best input to the regents during the presidential selection process; it was perhaps the most intense and serious involvement I have witnessed over my 32 years of service at UNM. The faculty is now eager to work closely with the new president to continue our common mission of making UNM a better place of investigation, learning, and service.”

— Mathematics and statistics professor Evangelos Coutsias

“I do hope for a respectful and open dialogue between the new administration, all UNM employees, and students. Together we will elevate the stature and the success of all in our university community.”

— Anderson School of Management faculty Steven Yourstone

“The GPSA is looking forward to working with Dr. Frank as the incoming UNM president, and we are hopeful to see if this ushers in a change in the typical attitude at Scholes Hall in administration. Decisions formerly were made primarily behind closed doors, and then student and faculty leadership would be called in to cosign on a decision that had already been made.”

— GPSA President Katie Richardson

“I was really impressed by the five finalists that wanted to be UNM’s next President and we are all excited to work with Dr. Frank. We are looking forward to the changes he will bring to our University.”

— ASUNM President Jaymie Roybal

“I heard what he (Frank) had to say at the forums and his answers were good, but I think he still has a lot to learn about what issues are affecting students now and how the University has changed since he was a student. He made a lot of change happen during the four years he was Provost at Kent State, so I can only imagine what he will accomplish as president of UNM.”

— student Jessica Duncan

“Frank was the weakest candidate of the lineup. Despite the fact that he is a UNM alumnus, he was the least knowledgeable of all the candidates regarding current concerns raised by students. What concerns me more, however, is that he was the least able to articulate a vision for the University’s future and, let’s face it, we sorely need some vision at the moment.”

— graduate student Ilse Biel

“A big issue is getting a hold of the president and actually seeing him, so I hope his election is a new horizon or stepping stone for things to come. I’d like to see how he’s going to address students as a whole and be seen and known.”

— Black Student Union President D’Andre Curtis

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Chess club pawns Yale, Princeton for national title by Ashley McElroy

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The UNM Chess Club competed in its first intercollegiate championship in December and checked back into New Mexico with a Division III title. Along with the title, the fourmember chess team placed 13th overall at the Pan American

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his résumé. UNM spokeswoman Cinnamon Blair said Schmidly will take a sabbatical after his term as president is up, during which he plans to finish three books in the field of biology. Blair said Schmidly intends to return as a full-time faculty member in the Department of Biology. While Schmidly’s future salary and benefit details have not yet been released, his contract states “if and so long as Dr. Schmidly continues to serve as a full-time tenured faculty member after May 31, 2012, he shall then be entitled to such salary paid by the University to the highest paid full-time tenured faculty member in the Department of Biology.”

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playing “friendly” games against the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology’s chess club. “It was a great feeling to finally be able to compete and win at this level, and being able to bring back a really cool trophy and some recognition for the school is a wonderful accomplishment. I hope that somehow we can expand on this success,” he said.

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THIS WEEK’S POLL: Are you satisfied with the appointment of Robert Frank as UNM’s next president? Yes. He’s an alumnus so he clearly cares about the University. Yes. He provided the best answers in the forum. No. He performed poorly in his forum. No. He’s one of the candidates the faculty ruled as “unacceptable,” so why did he get selected? Maybe. I have to see what he does first. I am indifferent.

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LETTER For president, a UNM class ring trumps experience Editor, Congratulations to Bob Frank, the Provost at Kent State University, on being selected as the next UNM president. It’s no surprise to me that he was selected; after all, he’s a UNM alumnus. As qualified as he may be, his selection was not ensured by those qualifications, but by his alumnus status. I take nothing away from those qualifications and hope he has a long and successful presidency. It just seems that this community places more value on being connected to the community, rather than being the best candidate. Anyone remember UNM basketball coach, McKay? His dad just happened to be an ex-Lobo player and the coach failed miserably. Rocky Long is another selection based on his being an ex-Lobo quarterback. If you take a reality check, you Lobo fans will see he also failed. He had a losing record at UNM. The Journal’s front page on Jan. 4 shows Frank showing off his UNM class ring. That ring is so much more valuable than his résumé.

Jeffrey Paul Daily Lobo reader

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Frank advice for Frank: stay the course by Devon Stevens

Daily Lobo Columnist Like many of you examining the interesting and varied choices for University president, I have been eagerly awaiting the final decision. We have many qualified contenders, but truly none is more qualified than Robert G. Frank, which is perhaps why he will be our new president after Schmidly leaves. In the interest of continuing the fine tradition exemplified by universities everywhere, I have a few bits of advice on how Mr. Frank should run the University. None of the suggestions here are particularly new. They are in fact practiced at many fine institutions across the country. I would list my qualifications to give such advice, but it would go well over the word limit allotted to me by the benefic editors who have been praying for relief from my spelling since article one. I will, however, list the many bold steps that could improve the University. I’ve been thoughtfully compiling these since I arrived on campus as a dewy-eyed freshman, and I’d like to share with you my personal recipe for a great administrator. Think of these as my friendly recommendations to you, Mr. Frank, though you probably should keep in mind that I wrote this be-

Next, ignore the faculty. They have nothing useful to say and know nothing about education because they are so mired in its day-today minutiae

fore you were selected and originally meant to keep my pronouns gender neutral. That is until I realized the University would never select a female president and discounted the three token female candidates entirely. Still, I am sure you are the best choice despite your lack of hair and thus zero visual appeal. First, ignore the students. Any suggestions from ASUNM or GPSA should be filed in your trash can without a glance. Buy the largest trash can of any UNM president for this purpose. Additionally, make scheduling an appointment with you over concerns about UNM impossible. Have an elaborate dog-and-pony show to cover your escape if any student should come to call. Next, ignore the faculty. They have nothing useful to say and know nothing about education because they are so mired

LETTER Pat Robertson’s divine connection suspicious Editor, I find it fascinating that Pat Robertson claims to be having conversations with God. Robertson claims God told him who is going to win the election this year and become the next President of the United States. However, Robertson can’t tell anyone who it will be. I find that fascinating and disturbing, for three reasons:

First, if he is right, just think of all the stress and anxiety he could relieve by telling us now. That person could begin working directly with Barack Obama on a daily basis until next January to ensure a smooth transition from one administration to the next. Second, if he is right, just think of all the money that could be saved by not having the campaigns and the elections. All that money could then be used to create jobs in this country by hiring people to begin rebuilding our infrastructure, which is in dire need of reconstruction. In turn, such actions would greatly strengthen our economy.

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in its day-to-day minutiae that they’ve lost all perspective. Personally see that they get pay cuts if they disagree with any policy you put forth. If any write you letters, have one of your vice presidents write an insulting reply informing them that they are a typical example of academic leftist elites. Turn sports events into bars to make up for the lost revenue because of the corrupt and morally reprehensible coach who you’ll hire. Promise to ignore any report of wrongdoing by said coach until it cannot be ignored and then heap the blame on anybody who is convenient. Refuse to stand by any university employee. Instead, deny any connection and all accountability for those working for you. Be incompetent in every field you can think of. Refuse to take interest in the University’s budget and fund departments based on alphabetical order. Start with A and end with A. Increase tuition every semester at an exponential rate in an effort to drive out poor students trying to raise themselves out of whatever poverty-stricken portion of the United States they come from. And finally, keep writing those incomprehensible, boring, and out of touch emails every week telling us how great the school is doing.

Finally, the “God” I have conversations with, which is the same “God” that told Moses “I am that I am,” the “God” that is the source of all that is in our universe, told me that it does not know who will win the election. It said the future is a total unknown to all until it unfolds, and that is how we human beings interact with each other. All else that exists on this planet, and the planet itself, will be a highly significant factor in determining the future. Robert Gardiner Daily Lobo reader

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The Weekly Free Editor’s Note: This week is your last chance to take advantage of winter vacation. The Daily Lobo knows the UNM student body is a responsible one, but on the off-chance you blew all your money on partying, winter sports and learning how to make your own maple syrup in Vermont, we compiled a list of free events and goods for you to make the most out of this last week, while spending the least. If you have any ideas for future freebies, please email your ideas to culture@dailylobo.com.

TUESDAY: LE CHAT LUNATIQUE CONCERT The homegrown “filthy, mangy jazz” group is helping to celebrate the New Mexico Centennial at Esther Bone Memorial Library this Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Judging by the group’s high level of visibility in the community, they are probably worth a listen. The library is situated in the maze of cookie-cutter homes that is Rio Rancho, so have a working GPS system or map on hand. The library is at 950 Pinetree Rd. S.E.

WEDNESDAY: ULTIMATE FRISBEE So this year, you followed the crowd and decided it’s time to lose weight or get in shape. You may be picturing yourself tirelessly slaving away at the gym, but it’s not as glamorous as that. To avoid backing out early in the game, find strength in numbers. Making a game out of fitness can stoke your competitive spirit and keep you coming back for more. There’s an ultimate frisbee game every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. held at Los Duranes Park, according to The Alibi’s online community calendar. Call 505-243-2225 for more information.

SATURDAY: MEDITATIVE WORK The bald spots from tearing your hair out, the bags under your eyes, the holes worn in your gut by caffeine and excess adrenaline— the effects of stress are unsavory, to put it lightly. Experts and laymen alike are always expounding on the benefits of meditation, and Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Buddhist Center, there’s an opportunity for you to see for yourself. The center is located at 145 Madison St. N.E. The listing on kunm.org says you may leave as early as 3:45 p.m., if you decide sitting quietly isn’t your thing.

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It seems that these days there is no city without its fair share of problems. Given that you’re able to attend school, you’re not doing too bad for yourself. If you’re one of those people who are bored to death by breaks, you can use this time to offer your services to the less fortunate. The Barrett Foundation supports battered women, or you might try the SAFE House which provides emergency housing for families. If people aren’t your thing, try an animal organization, such as Watermelon Mountain Ranch. If you don’t want to deal with anybody, open your eyes to the ubiquitous litter problem. All you need is a bag to collect the litter and something to protect your hands from the germy mess.

LITHOGRAPHS AT TAMARIND INSTITUTE The newest exhibition at the Tamarind Institute’s gallery on Central Avenue and Stanford Boulevard opened on Sunday and will be up until March 23. If you are bored to death by the thought of roaming a gallery to look at “pretty pictures,” you may not have an appreciation for the work that goes into it.

CRAIGSLIST For those who subscribe to the Ikea nesting instinct, snatch up this offer of a queen-size Ikea bed, mattress sold separately. The catch is the bed needs some repairs requiring a power drill. Sounds like a learning opportunity, or a chance to show off your handy skills to potential mates. Another ad lists two vacuums in need of repair (as if cleaning wasn’t hard enough). If mechanics or electrical repair isn’t your forte, then this could be your chance to be the next avant-garde artist. Express your disregard for The Man; dissemble and rearrange the tools that are meant to uphold the shining image of domesticity. –Alexandra Swanberg

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‘A Shot Away’ off-target by Alexandra Swanberg culture@dailylobo.com

If the victim reports receiving a poetic letter from his or her attacker following a sexual assault, the U.S. military considers it a

sign the victim is lying. “A Shot Away,” advertised as “shock and awe of a different kind,” sheds light on many aspects of how the military treats sexual assault. I imagine those involved in the Aux Dog Theatre production

consider the play to be a surprising revelation to an American audience. Perhaps the reason the audience is not shocked is an overexposure to the ills of the

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MLK Day meant for service, not sloth by Alexandra Swanberg aswanny@unm.edu

In 1994, Congress made Martin Luther King, Jr. Day a national day of service rather than a federal holiday. Despite this designation, D’Andre Curtis, president of the Black Student Union, said not everyone recognizes the day’s purpose beyond an extra day of winter break. This year, it falls on Monday, Jan. 16. “I feel like nowadays, the ancestral umbilical cord is being cut to the younger generations,” he said. “So it means so much more to me to instill in them what our ancestors had to go through.” Curtis said people have become so absorbed in their own lives that they often neglect to take the time and appreciate the people who fought to better the

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lives of future Americans. “If you think about time and finances all the time, you’re kind of losing out on the most important things in life,” he said. “Things like the MLK walk and other things that support culture and heritage are less valued because it’s not on that person’s time or it’s not benefiting that person or they’re not getting money for it.” Mark Worthy, graduate assistant for African American Student Services, said he lived in the Netherlands for 18 years and came back to Albuquerque two and a half years ago. He said he was fascinated by the impact Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had beyond the United States, evidenced by things like German, French, Dutch and Belgian radio announcements acknowledging the holiday. “What he was able to demonstrate as a learned individual was

that he could speak to anyone, regardless of background, ethnicity, or gender,” he said. “When you have individuals who are interested in substantial, active social change and the recognition that other members of society have different views, I think that says a great deal.” Worthy said he was present for the 1963 March on Washington, where he witnessed the diverse range of people Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was able to bring together because the ideals he promoted saw no boundaries. At last year’s MLK walk, Curtis said there was a similar feeling of unification of people from all backgrounds. Because the Civil Rights Movement had an impact on all communities, he said he would like to see changes made that would bring people of all backgrounds together throughout the year.

military and also implies the behavior is institutional. One soldier said, “You get the mentality that they’re in charge and they’re in the right.” Soldiers, male or female, are threatened if they consider reporting the assault, accounting for the rate of unreported incidents. The power structure allows for soldiers to be manipulated, and the dialogue reflects conflict between their desire to succeed in the military and to attend to their own needs. Between their decision to join the military and the scarred lives they struggle through after discharge, the audience is subjected to every graphic detail of the soldiers’ lives. I considered the atrocious crimes against humanity these

soldiers suffered. I did my best to imagine myself in their position and soon I felt I was trying harder than some of the actors. Granted, the cast gained momentum as the soldiers’ dreams became twisted nightmares, but I couldn’t help feeling they didn’t all connect with their part. The few exceptions picked up the slack, but it wasn’t enough for me. Stories like these deserve to be told in a way that draws the audience in so close they feel violated themselves. More than the actors, I blame the playwright. Sharing their experiences in a documentary would have been more appropriate, for who is more capable of bringing to life the words of a wounded soldier than the soldiers themselves?

“We need to understand each other as a whole,” he said. “If we’re all human beings, we’re all brothers and sisters like we say we are and we all care for one another and respect each other as human beings, why not as a culture respect another person’s culture?”

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Last minute mini-vacations by Sarah Lynas slynas@unm.edu

Editor’s Note: Only one week left before classes begin, so how are you going to spend your last week of freedom? To help you out we’ve created this list of some inexpensive mini-vacation ideas to cram your last days with as much fun and excitement as possible, while getting the most out of your last dollars.

Drive If you’ve got a tank of gas to spare, take a mini road trip to these hot spots just outside of Albuquerque. Get some fresh air and enjoy the scenery at Jemez Springs hot springs. With four different hot spring destinations to explore within 10 miles of Jemez Springs, this is a great place for a day trip. Jemez Springs is just over an hour away from the UNM area. If you’re a student of math and science, you’re sure to be impressed by the Very Large Array (VLA) in Socorro. In less than two hours, you can get started on your own self-guided tour of the site, which is open daily. With snow scattered throughout the forecast and the mountains calling, head out for a day of sledding at the Capulin Snow Play Area, just 45 minutes away from UNM. Be sure to bring your lunch money for the $3 parking fee. Wooden and metal sleds are prohibited at the Capulin area, so this is an excellent chance to use your imagination and create a sled. Use a folding table as a two-person sled (a tablecloth may be a good idea after this outing) or you can use a plastic laundry basket. The possibilities are endless, so you have no excuse not to go for a sled ride. The play area is open from noon to 3:30 p.m. every weekend.

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Adventure If you own an iPod or iPad, it’s time to stop questing in the virtual world and quest your way through Albuquerque instead. It couldn’t get easier to explore with the help of ARIS, which stands for Augmented Reality for Interactive Storytelling, a series of games designed by UNM students. Even better, the ARIS app is free. To get started, download the ARIS app, create a username and locate nearby games to play to get started on your first quest. The games have activities such as finding works of art hidden in the city and learning to use Photoshop with your own photos taken in Albuquerque. When you’re done exploring, learn to create your own game at arisgames.org. For more information on creating your own games within the UNM ARIS project, you can contact Dr. Chris Holden. cholden@unm.edu

Entertain Stay home, invite some friends over and finish off the rest of that homemade Irish cream you got for Christmas during a night of board games. These days “board games” include a whole lot more than just Scrabble and Monopoly (but really, who can resist the classics?) Take a group excursion down the board games aisle at Wal-Mart and see what catches your fancy. Such titles as “Trailer Park Wars” are sure to be worth some good laughs. Your group may also choose to invest in more complicated games like “Betrayal at House on the Hill” that involve multiple game scenario outcomes and will keep the laughs coming break after break. Important things to keep in mind when hosting a game night: the more people, the more fun. Have some snacks for intermission, a frozen pie is always a welcome treat. Have fun.

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Senior guard Nikki Nelson was on fire Monday night, but she said her team is more to be thanked. “Our team did outstanding tonight,” Nelson said. “It just felt like everything clicked. We were all working together, passing the ball and it was just really fun.” Nelson didn’t miss a single shot, going 5-5 shooting including making all four 3-pointers she took, as the Lobos beat University of Houston Cougars 70-44 at The Pit.

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is meshing and we’re starting to get a feel for how each other plays.” Yvonne Sanchez head coach “Nikki is just getting a lot of confidence,” women’s head basketball coach Yvonne Sanchez said. “She’s out there directing the offense and she’s having a lot of fun.” The Lobos jumped out to a 14-2 lead early in the first half and never looked back. Nelson wasn’t the only one who shot well for the Lobos. The team made nine of its first eleven 3-pointers. They went 7-9 from behind the arc in the first half, shooting 77.8 percent. The first four points for the Lobos were courtesy of junior forward Deeva Vaughn and then two straight 3-pointers were made by Nelson and senior forward Porche Torrance. UNM finished the game 9-16 from 3-point land, for 56.3 percent. The shooting in the first half gave the Lobos a 41-18 lead at halftime. With 11:56 left in the second half, UNM took its largest lead in the game with a 36 point difference.

Adria Malcolm / Daily Lobo UNM forward Ashley Rhoades gets in the paint to make a shot against Houston forward Terran Alford last Monday at The Pit. The win against the Cougars leaves the Lobos with a record of 6-8 this season. Sanchez said she is happy with the way her team performed on Monday. “I thought we really executed well,” she said. “We started off well. In the second half we came in and put our foot down. The subs came in and did a nice job and it was a good team effort.” Nine different Lobos scored in the game and Nelson said that the

team is finally starting to gel. “It’s all starting to come together,” Nelson said. “I think our chemistry is meshing and we’re starting to get a feel for how each other plays.” Houston guard Roxana Button took 33 shots and finished with 26 of the team’s 44 points. Only four other Houston players scored. “It’s really refreshing to get a win,” Nelson said. “It feels really good.”

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into action a couple weeks ago, but it was a shy light. You can’t ignore it, though you’ve let it stand relatively untouched at the bottom of your consciousness. Ask yourself why it hasn’t gone away; maybe take a lesson from its persistence. If you’re having trouble propelling yourself forward, let this small idea become your focus. It doesn’t demand much, only that you give it a chance. At least you won’t be stagnating the way you Aquarius—It’s not that you are stub- have been. bornly independent, but rather a free thinker. This characteristic has proved Gemini—Since the start of winter to effectively alienate you from your break, you only wanted to let loose vital support network rather than with reckless abandon because liberate you. There are times in life there’s nothing more exhausting than when it’s necessary to let down our caring. To your dismay, you’ve been guard, such as now. You will see your spending more energy trying to turn dearest endeavors blossom beyond the switch off. Strong Capricorn and what you could do independently, Virgo influences set everyone on the though this will not be apparent until goal-oriented track where tangible you give it a shot. accomplishment trumps frivolity. To reconcile your desires and the planetary influence, team up on a project Pisces—A romantic, professional that will produce results. or platonic relationship climaxes this week, though the energy can be positive or negative. You are feeling Cancer—Until the end of January light-hearted and jovial which makes Capricorn influences will send a chill for memorable social experiences. across your typically warm disposiThe more tedious, obligatory relation- tion. Capricorn represents a submisships will be easier to ignore in favor sion to anything beyond your status of this sphere of your life, so you may in the public eye. In conjunction with have to work harder than usual to get the full moon, the stars are calling yourself to focus. for you to step up your work performance. Don’t stress—the stage is set, you’ve got the script, now command Aries—You are on a roll this week, the attention of the audience with though you’ve gained momentum with such ease it’s tempting to adopt such conviction they’ll never suspect a skeptical attitude toward new devel- your uncertainty. opment. However, such a change will only quash your forward motion. This Leo—You have been plagued by guilt is a time to celebrate your immense over performing below what you’re growth in the past months. For now, capable of, and what’s worse is you’re let sleeping dogs lie and direct your feeling more like a Hamlet, trapped energy in a more fruitful direction. in a prison of insecurity. Instead of

toward the end of the week, you may experience a shift in your romantic attitude away from a need for freedom to “play the field.” You’re ready for your fantasy partner, though you may be so caught up in rosy visions of your beau that you miss him or her altogether. To avoid a missed opportunity, take lessons from your past experiences to determine who it is you’re willing to devote yourself to.

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hendrix@unm.edu The Lobos might live up to their status as the preseason favorite to win the Mountain West Conference. The basketball team won its 12th straight game against the University of North Dakota 85-57 at The Pit on Saturday afternoon, in front of 14,094 fans. The Lobos finished their nonconference schedule with a 14-2 record, the same start UNM had in 2009 when the team finished 30-5. Sophomore guard Kendall Williams led the Lobos with a career-high of 21 points and added six assists. “I just wanted to go out there and be aggressive and some shots fell,” Williams said. “It’s a good feeling.” UNM came out sluggish with the exception of Williams, who made his first three 3-pointers in the first five minutes of the game. “When you get somebody going like that, he just goes for the rest of the game,” junior guard Jamal Fenton said of Williams’ play. “You just have to keep giving it to him.” The Fighting Sioux kept it close early in the game, trailing 14-15 with 12 minutes remaining in the first half. “I don’t think everyone was allthe-way focused for this game,” Fenton said. “But coach yelled at us and we got it together.” The Lobos went on a 16-4 run that helped them take a 41-31 lead into the half. UNM pulled away in the second half, outscoring North Dakota 44-26, shooting 52 percent from the field and holding the Fighting Sioux to 32.3 percent shooting, in the half. “The second half got to them a little bit,” Steve Alford said. “They

missed some shots and we took advantage.” The Lobos’ defense showed up like it has most of the season, forcing the Fighting Sioux into 19 turnovers, including 10 steals and recording 11 blocks. Six Lobos shot 50 percent or better from the field, which is something head coach Steve Alford said is important for his players if they want playing time. “A key to a good offense is taking care of the ball and taking good shots,” Alford said. “And we’ve been doing that.” Senior forward Drew Gordon recorded his 9th double-double of the season with 10 points and 10 rebounds. He also had a career-high of five blocks. Gordon, Williams, Fenton, Phillip McDonald, Demetrius Walker and Tony Snell all finished in double figures. “We’ve got a lot of guys who really have a lot of confidence right now,” Alford said. Senior forward A.J. Hardeman was limited due to an illness. Freshman guard Hugh Greenwood did not play because of an ankle injury. The Lobos open up conference play at Wyoming next Saturday afternoon. Last season, UNM began its conference schedule in Laramie and lost on a Francisco Cruz buzzerbeater, 66-67. Williams said the loss was a big setback and set the tone for what he called a mediocre 8-8 conference record. “They’re a lot better team this year,” Williams said. “We need to go out there and prove that we can compete with them, handle their intensity, [show] that we’re deeper and a better team this year and get off to a good conference start.”

Adria Malcolm / Daily Lobo UNM senior forward Drew Gordon drives the ball to the basket as North Dakota center Mitch Wilmer attempts to block the shot Saturday at The Pit. UNM won the game and Gordon finished with a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.

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Adria Malcolm / Daily Lobo Sophomore guard Kendall Williams reacts after making a shot Saturday at The Pit against North Dakota. The Lobos won the game for its 12th straight win thanks to Williams’ 21 points, a career high.

The first half of the men’s basketball game on Saturday against North Dakota should have been called the Kendall Williams show. Williams, a sophomore guard, had 15 points in the first half and a career high of 21 points for the game. The usual starting guard that plays with him, freshman guard Hugh Greenwood, didn’t play because of an ankle injury. Head coach Steve Alford said it was important to get Williams going early with a different starting lineup. “He played well, he made shots, he took good shots and it was good to get him going,” he said. “I thought he was very aggressive, with six assists and only one turnover.” Williams started off the game with a missed alley-oop dunk, but made up for it with three 3-pointers in the first five minutes. Junior guard Jamal Fenton, starting in Greenwood’s place, said Williams brings poise to the team when he starts games. “He brings confidence for all of us,” he said. “I think he started off with four in a row and when you get somebody going like that it keeps going for the rest of the game and you need to keep getting it to him.” Williams went 8-12 shooting, including 4-6 from 3-point range, and he said he had a point to prove in the last game of the non-conference season. “We knew coming in that this was going to be a tough game, being the last game of nonconference,” he said. Williams had a rough start to the season and was pulled from the starting lineup for one game after UNM’s 62-53 loss to New Mexico State on Nov. 11, but since then has been an integral part of UNM’s 12 game winning streak. He is third on the team in minutes played and points scored, and has started 14 out of the 15 games

he played. Williams didn’t play in the Dec. 22 game against University of Missouri-Kansas City after Alford said he benched him because of a poor fall semester, academically. Williams said he has put the inconsistent start to the season behind him and is ready to step up his game when the team starts MWC play this Saturday against Wyoming. “I feel good I feel a lot more comfortable just going out there and playing my game at this point. It’s been an up and down year, but luckily the team has been able to win,” Williams said. After going 8-8 in last year’s conference play, Williams said the team is ready to go out as a collective unit and try and win conference. “We have been really gelling, so the chemistry of this team has been keeping everybody strong,” he said. “I’m really excited for this conference season and the confidence couldn’t be higher.”

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