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A Day in the Life of Eliseo “Cheo” Torres, vice president of Student Affairs.

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Cheo Torres found me wandering around the maze that is Scholes Hall trying to find him for our interview.

“Hello, can I help you with something?” he asked as he offered a friendly handshake. Torres, who is vice president of Student Affairs and perhaps the campus’ most popular administrator,

approaches all his interactions with the same helpful attitude and good spirit. He tells me his full name, but insists I call him “Cheo” like

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Terrance Siemon / Daily Lobo Cheo Torres smiles at the camera during the first of four meetings he attended Wednesday. Daily Lobo reporter Chris Quintana shadowed Torres all day Wednesday for the latest edition of “A Day in the Life of.”

New tiles in Johnson Pool cracked, need repair by Tricia Remark Daily Lobo

UNM reopened Johnson’s Olympic pool after renovations in March, and the pool already needs repairs. Tiles surrounding the pool are coming up from the floor, and Johnson Center staff taped them down with duct tape. Aquatics Manager Kenneth Lucas said people who have used the pool have

complained about the uneven tiles. “You see that there is cracked tile — there is duct tape over tile, and people have brought that to our attention,” Lucas said. “They’ve said, ‘Look, this is brand new tile, why is it cracking?’ or ‘Why is there this huge expansion joint that’s dirty?’” UNM spent 2 percent — or $114,600 — of the $5,667,000 renovation cost on the tile floor, and

the Vernon Tile one-year warranty means UNM won’t foot the bill to fix the tiles. But the warranty is void if UNM waits until after March to get the tiles fixed, Lucas said, so the repairs can’t wait until summer. Robert Notary, Johnson Pool project manager, said Vernon Tile has already done multiple repairs, but there are still problems with the tiles. “I think it’s more of a

cleanliness issue and my biggest worry is that if it’s not great, it’s going to be a problem down the road,” Lucas said. “Then we’ll have to rip it all out. We want to get the tile in there right now so it’s not two years down the road we’ll have to replace it. That would not be cheap.” Lucas said expansion joints are the caulking between tiles that allow for expansion so tiles don’t break. Notary said the tiles will be fixed

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over winter break. Lucas said before these renovations, concrete surrounded the pool instead of tiles. He said latest renovations included a new pool bottom, filters, motors and the tiled deck. “I guess the aesthetic part is the deck of the pool,” Lucas said. “It used to be concrete with paint on top, which was a bad idea. We took that out and put tile on it. Tile was a

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The historic community of Martineztown, founded in 1823, was threatened by urbanization in the late 1960s. The area, also know as South Martineztown, is east of downtown Albuquerque and north of Grand Avenue. The UNM Architecture Department has aided the small Hispanic district for 40 years. The University Grand Rounds presented a Learning From Martineztown discussion on Wednesday in George Pearl Hall to discuss academics and community work in Albuquerque. Richard Nordhaus, architecture professor emeritus, worked in the University Design and Planning Assistance Center for 40 years, until his retirement from the University. DPAC

“It’s not about poverty, but sustainability.” -Frank Martinez, spokesman for Martineztown provides services to low-income communities that can’t afford to hire professional planners or architects to ensure neighborhoods are up-to-date. “We are one of the very few community design centers that have operated continuously since the movement started in the 1970s,” Nordhaus said. “We have had 1,500 students come through the program and have done 1,200 projects all over the state of New Mexico.” DPAC is primarily staffed by

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news in brief HOUSTON (AP) — A medical examiner in Texas believes she has found another victim of a serial killer who terrorized Houston in the early 1970s. Sharon Derrick with the Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office said Wednesday that the body of Joseph Allen Lyles was identified through DNA analysis. It’s been more than 36 years since Lyles disappeared and 16 since his body was found buried on a beach. Derrick believes Lyles was the victim of serial killer Dean Corll, who tortured and killed more than two dozen young boys. Derrick says Lyles was listed as a possible victim by investigators in 1973. Also, she says, his body was buried in a similar manner as other victims. An investigation

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is ongoing. Corll was shot and killed in August 1973. PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A woman killed by her estranged husband at the suburban Portland medical lab where she worked had filed for divorce a week earlier. Court documents filed in Clackamas County show that 36-year-old Teresa Beiser was asking for joint custody of her two children with 39-year-old Robert Beiser in what appeared to be an amicable dissolution of their marriage. But a martial arts instructor who knew the Gladstone couple well says Robert Beiser purchased firearms recently and wanted to go to a shooting range to practice with them. Editor-in-Chief Rachel Hill Managing Editor Abigail Ramirez News Editor Pat Lohmann Assistant News Editor Tricia Remark Staff Reporters Andrew Beale Kallie Red-Horse Ryan Tomari Online Editor Junfu Han Photo Editor Vanessa Sanchez Assistant Photo Editor Gabbi Campos Staff Photographer Zach Gould Culture Editor Hunter Riley

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Police say Robert Beiser killed himself Tuesday after opening fire with a rifle at the medical lab, killing his wife and injuring two other people. ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) — On a cold, rain-soaked Veterans Day, President Barack Obama walked slowly through the white, stone markers at the section of Arlington National Cemetery reserved for troops killed in Iraq and Afghanistan, the two wars he oversees as commander in chief. Obama led the nation Wednesday in observing Veterans Day with a traditional wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington before an unannounced visit to the section reserved for those who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Buried evidence of sexual abuse found by Heather Hollingsworth The Associated Press

LEXINGTON, Mo. — Authorities on Wednesday searched a rural property in western Missouri for bodies and buried glass jars containing notes written more than 15 years ago by children who may have documented sexual abuse by five members of their own family. Lafayette County Sheriff Kerrick Alumbaugh pleaded for the public’s help, saying investigators “believe that there are other victims out there, and we believe people in the public

can give us more information.” Alumbaugh said authorities believe there may be bodies buried on the property once owned by two of the five family members arrested Tuesday. The property and a nearby home is currently owned by a man unrelated to the case who is cooperating with authorities. Three of the five men arrested are lay ministers in the Community of Christ church whose licenses have been suspended, church spokeswoman Linda L. Booth said.

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great idea, but if we’re having any issues after the project, I would say tile is the biggest one.� Notary said replacing the tiles and re-caulking is a big endeavor. “We’re going to have the pool shut down for about two weeks to accomplish that,� Notary said. “It’s quite a bit of work involving tile replacement and expansion joint modifications.� Tracy Ljone, UNM swim coach, said the renovations to the pool were beneficial for her team, even though practices have been canceled because of ongoing repairs. “We’ve used it every day since it’s been remodeled,� she said. “I think overall the remodels are great. It’s nice and bright and there are new windows so the sun and air comes in. They’re having a little bit of problems with tiles coming up, but for the most part we’re very pleased with it.� Abel Sanchez, UNM diving coach, said the popped-up tiles aren’t pleasing to the eye, but the pool itself hasn’t had problems. “The pool is nice. It does the job,� he said. “The tiles are having issues. I know that they kind of did a poor job and you’ll see corners that are coming up with duct tape over them and the expansion joints are way too big or way too small. The pool itself is holding up, though.� Notary said Johnson pool is about 50 years old.

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From the web In his letter to the editor, “Aggressive Behavior not abnormal for soccer games,” published Monday, UNM alumnus Jon Ramey said that UNM should support women’s soccer player Elizabeth Lambert instead of feeding negativity to the media. Readers at DailyLobo.com responded: by ‘Post American’ Posted Monday “I’m disgusted to be a Lobo! Elizabeth Lambert and Mike Locksley are monsters. Paul Krebs and David Schmidly should step down and resign. What’s happened to this institution?” by ‘Coach’ Posted Monday “I couldn’t agree more Jon. While I don’t condone the degree of “re-action” by Ms. Lambert to fouls being done to her and likely her teammates, there is plenty of blame to go around in this situation. The referees who allowed this situation to escalate to the level it did and her coaches for not calming her down are mainly the ones to blame. What Elizabeth needs right now is unconditional support from her teammates, her coaches and her school. This reminds me in some small way of the reaction and treatment afforded to Hope Solo by the Women’s National Team and those closest to her after the FIFA World Cup 2007 fiasco.” by ‘UofA’ Posted Monday “I agree that the referees and coaches should have come in and stopped her, but the fact that they didn’t means she needs to be held accountable for her actions. I don’t see how you can guarantee that she was the victim of equal deeds. That statement just shows how blind you are to what has happened here. This woman needs therapy, not unconditional support by her school. That role is for her parents. She should not be allowed back on the soccer field.” by ‘Andy’ Posted Monday “Are you kidding me? Ms. Lambert’s actions were unsportsmanlike on a level with Mike Tyson biting off Evander Holyfield’s ear. She’s out of control and there is no defending it whatsoever. Whether others engage in such behavior in no way justifies or diminishes Lambert’s actions. As for her statements that they’re not indicative of her character or the type of soccer player she is — bull. It’s an insult to athletes everywhere to imply that this type of behavior could ever be found in someone who believes in fair play and sportsmanship. Clearly the only reason Lambert apologized is because she got caught. Clearly this is not the first time she has displayed this type of behavior on the field. Her underhanded moves were way too practiced to be a one time thing. Lambert is the queen of the cheap shot. She deserves no one’s support. I’m certain it wasn’t her first time mauling the other team. But it definitely should be her last. If she isn’t permanently banned from the sport, other teams should refuse to take the field with her.” Join the discussion at DailyLobo.com

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Legislature has to cut spending by Barry Massey

The Associated Press Come January, members of the Legislature in Santa Fe will look back on their October special session as little more than a preview of the difficult spending and tax decisions confronting them in the next budget year. Lawmakers left the special session without completely erasing a $650 million revenue shortfall in the current budget year. They fell at least $125 million short of that assignment and need to revisit the issue in next year’s session. But there are more problems. The Legislature and Gov. Bill Richardson have a nearly $380 million revenue hole to fill in the upcoming 2011 fiscal year to maintain a no-growth budget, according to the Legislative Finance Committee. That’s partly because next year’s revenues are projected to come in lower than current

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help some of those hardest hit by the economic collapse, slash pollution and start rebuilding our economy. The Senate is going to take up this plan in the fall and it’s vitally important for both our environment and our economy that Senators Jeff Bingaman and Tom Udall support this clean energy bill.

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especially in New Mexico. We need Congress to act to pass a clean energy jobs plan. The House of Representatives passed a plan in June that will benefit low-income Americans in particular. The clean energy jobs plan will fight poverty and help raise living standards right here in Albuquerque. One study estimates that energy efficiency alone will create over 4,000 new jobs in New Mexico, slash the unemployment rate and reduce household living costs. This plan will

spending, even after cutbacks approved during the special session. The state also is using federal economic stimulus money to pay for education and health care services. About $250 million of federal money will dry up next year, which means New Mexico must decide how to replace it or roll back spending. However, there are financial risks not reflected in the $380 million estimate: Medicaid costs are rising because of increased demand for health care services during the recession. Unless steps are taken to hold down costs, the program could need an extra $200 million or more in the next fiscal year, according to preliminary estimates by the Human Services Department. And then there’s the economy. If it worsens, the state’s revenues could deteriorate and widen the budget gap. When the Legislature adjourned, legislator after legislator — Democrats and Republicans — acknowledged the severity of the budget problems ahead. “We can’t walk away from here ... pounding our chests thinking we’ve fixed this because we have not fixed it,” said Sen. John Arthur Smith, a Deming Democrat who is chairman of the Senate committee that handles the budget. “In many cases, we have aggravated it. We have pushed it on down the road for a couple of months.” When the Legislature convenes Jan. 19, members must decide whether to cut spending, raise taxes or do some combination of those to deal with next year’s looming budget problems.

Unlike in the special session, the Legislature’s budget repair kit of temporary patches will be nearly empty. It’s still possible to free up one-time revenues by canceling previously approved capital improvement projects. That wasn’t done during the special session, but deciding which projects to scrap will be politically painful. Capital improvement money was handed out by the governor and legislators for projects in communities across the state and on tribal lands. Tax increases were not considered during the Legislature special session, but those will be among the budget-balancing options that lawmakers propose next year. Even Richardson appears to have softened his previous opposition to tax increases. Richardson said during the special session, “Given the fiscal realities facing the state I am prepared to consider a comprehensive, well-reasoned revenue package” for the 30-day legislative session in January. But it won’t be easy finding enough votes in the House and Senate to raise taxes and further cut budgets. Just imagine members of the House as they run for re-election next year on a platform of having made the tough decisions in balancing the budget: Raising taxes, cutting spending on government services and eliminating local capital improvement projects. Barry Massey has covered state government and politics in New Mexico for The Associated Press since 1993.


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Day from PAGE 1 everyone else. Student Affairs is the umbrella organization for programs including Campus Office of Substance Abuse, College Enrichment Program, and Recreational Services. Torres oversees the 22 programs under the Student Affairs office. He said students are the driving force in the program. “Students come first with us,” he said. “They need to advise us. We’re not going to do anything without their consent or approval. It’s for them, not for us.” While waiting for a Student Affairs meeting to begin in Scholes Hall, he rolls his chair close to a person sitting next to him and whispers something I can’t catch. Both laugh, and before the smile has faded from his face he’s rolled around to someone else to tell another joke. Once the dozen or so seats have filled up, Torres speaks from the head of the table and the meeting begins. Torres introduces each person’s goal on the agenda, and then observes the presenters. He watches each presentation with interest and takes notes in his black binder, which is cluttered with Student Affair program notices. His smile grows wider, his head nods faster, and he stops fiddling with his pen when student fellows — student members of the administration — present their ideas for future programs. “I learn a lot from the fellows,” Torres said. “The world is changing. Generations are changing. By having

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a fellow, I at least understand what the students are thinking about, and what their lifestyle is like and what those changes are.” After every presentation, he thanks the presenter by name and comments on the importance of the topic presented. He then asks the group: “Any suggestions? We want your comments.” Torres thanks everyone for their input before moving onto the next item in the agenda. With every project, Torres gives credit to each person involved, often stalling the meeting for a minute or two trying to recall a name deserving of credit. When we sit down for an interview, Torres tells me about how he tries to connect with students in the higher education class he teaches. “It’s important for me to teach and be with students,” Torres said. “It forces me to prepare and speak about different issues. You gotta be in tune with what’s happening.” When he’s not in meetings or teaching his class, Torres visits Student Affairs offices — such as the Student Activities Center, Student Health and Counseling, or the ROTC programs — to check on their goals and see what they are accomplishing. Torres’ love of students is made most obvious on his expeditions in and around the University. In his spare time, he walks around the plazas to speak with students. He said he tries to go to the SUB every day

and eats in La Posada when he can. Torres lived in Hokona Hall for six months when he first came to the University of New Mexico in 1996. While he’s participated in making a lot of improvements since then, Torres said some changes still need to be made. “When I first came here, the first thing I realized is that we had an outdated student union building. It was in bad shape,” he said. “We made a major change there. Now it’s campus housing. We have outdated residence halls.” Torres said the key to success in the Student Affairs program is to communicate with students and stay on the edge of development. “I do meet with students, and have them in my office all the time,” he said. “Once they are here, I ask them questions, like, ‘How are things going?’ and, ‘What do you think?’ In interacting with the students, I learn a lot and some of the things they would like to see or ideas to improve the campus. We listen to them. They are the ones that live here.” Torres said he never gets tired of his job. “It’s fun to be able to always be doing something to improve the life of students,” Torres said. “Student lifestyles have changed. You’re constantly making changes to improve the lives of students. It doesn’t happen overnight. It takes a lot of planning, a lot of input, and that’s what is nice about a university. Everybody has a say so.”

memories would go away,” Stosberg said. “It was a way for them to cope.” The probable cause statement identifies the relationship between the siblings and the suspects. The Associated Press, however, is not revealing that relationship to avoid identifying the alleged victims of sexual assault. The woman who came forward also claimed some of the men forced her to have sex with a dog and to watch as her brother was abused. “She became pregnant and was made to have an abortion at age 11 1/2. She doesn’t remember any sexual abuse after that date,” the probable cause statement said. The Lafayette County Sheriff ’s Department, the Rural Missouri Major Case Squad and the Highway Patrol were investigating, with the help of the Western Missouri Cyber Crimes Task Force. A small excavator could be seen Wednesday moving across the property outside Bates City, which is about 30 miles east of Kansas City. Two ambulances were parked nearby, and crews were searching a creek with metal detectors. “There has been an indication that there are body or bodies in numerous locations,” Alumbaugh said. The search was halted at sunset and was to resume in the morning.

The suspects were identified as Burrell Edward Mohler Sr., 77, of Independence, and his sons, Burrell Edward Mohler Jr., 53, also of Independence; Jared Leroy Mohler, 48, of Columbia; Roland Neil Mohler, 47, of Bates City; and David A. Mohler, 52, of Lamoni, Iowa.

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The five are charged with several felonies, including forcible sodomy, rape with a child younger than 12 and use of a child in a sexual performance. The allegations, which include bestiality, forcing children into fake marriages with relatives and making an 11-year-old have an abortion, date from 1988 to 1995. Cpl. Bill Lowe of the Missouri State Highway Patrol said a 26-yearold woman came forward to investigators in mid-August with the allegations. A probable cause statement released by the Lafayette County prosecutor’s office says five other siblings of the woman have accused all five men of abuse, but it’s unclear whether all the siblings were claiming to be victims. Lowe said the woman told investigators that she and her siblings had buried glass jars around the property that were filled with messages “about what was happening to them” when they were younger. The woman said she had “suppressed many of the memories of abuse perpetrated on her” and her siblings, according to the probable cause statement. Sgt. Collin Stosberg of the highway patrol said the adults told the children to write down their bad memories. “That was what they were told. Write these memories down, put them in a jar and bury it and the

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undergraduate and graduate architecture students, Nordhaus said. Frank Martinez, Martineztown spokesman, said DPAC has allowed community members there to get access to resources they wouldn’t otherwise have. “It is exhilarating and heart warming that the University has made itself available,” Martinez said. “They have also made a commitment to allow them to have access to the resources here and to the talent of the students and the faculty to bring to bear on the everyday problems that we face that have a historical context, have been longstanding and that bore fruit in a very successful way.” When Martinez was growing up in the community, houses owned by

DL Check out DailyLobo.com next week for a multimedia feature on the history of Martineztown his family and their neighbors were nearly condemned, he said. Martinez said saving Martineztown wasn’t about conserving the historical context of the community where he grew up, but maintaining a place to live, he said. “It was keeping your home, keeping your property,” Martinez said. “We had to preserve our shelter. Our only investment was our land and that was the priority. But upon reflection, one of the things abruptly clear to the community was how do we re-inject people of the community to have a sense of place.”

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Roller skating is back — let the celebrations begin. Roller Skate City is open and providing hours of wholesome entertainment. The roller skating rink opened its doors last weekend, and UNM student Kaci Paetz, operations manager, said she got great feedback from customers who said they were happy to have a roller skating rink in Albuquerque again. She said about 900 people skated on Friday, Nov. 6 and about 800 on Saturday, Nov. 7. The rink is open

to all ages. Admission is $4.50 for a two-hour session and $1.50 for each additional session. Skate rentals are $2.00. Roller Skate City is a branch of the Skate City chain. The six other skating complexes are in neighboring states, such as Kansas and Colorado. Owner Jeff Ingrum said he wanted to create an Albuquerque branch when he learned that the local roller skating rink, Roller King, closed down. “I’ve been a part of Skate City for 29 years,” he said. “We started talking about opening one in Albuquerque after Roller King shut down.

The rink had been here for 30 years, and I knew that Albuquerque was a great market.” Skate City spent $400,000 to completely renovate the former Roller King facility, Ingrum said. The renovations included a new light show, sound system, skating floor, carpet, video games, lockers and rental skates. The company also brought in televisions to show sports games while people skate, Ingrum said. “We offer public skating, adult night (ages 21 and up) on Sundays, birthday parties, private

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fundraising, skating classes and in-line hockey,” Ingrum said. “We want to be a huge part of the community, and if we do a good job there, then we are guaranteed to do well.” Ingrum said the rink gives a free pair of skates as a gift to each person who has a birthday party at the rink or joins the rink’s in-line hockey league. Ingrum hired 12 UNM students onto his staff, including 10 parttime employees and two full-time employees. Student Chris Imbert, marketing manager, said the rink has changed a lot since the days of Roller King. Roller Skate City will also be more involved with the community than the old rink was. Imbert said Skate City helps local schools put on fundraising

sessions Monday through Thursday. After a class has skated, the school receives a portion of the proceeds. “I really like the philosophies the company has,” Imbert said. “They work a lot with the community. What sold me on working here was the fact that they will be creating a strong family environment. We provide really affordable entertainment. It’s a lot cheaper than going to a movie, and you get more out of it.” Paetz said skating is a great idea for students who have family in town. Not only is the complex family friendly, but it is also a safe environment. The company even works to regulate foul language around the rink. “Skating is fun and it’s healthy,” Paetz said. “It’s a form of fitness

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Daily Lobo columnist “Have you been tested?” It’s a question that can brutally murder the mood, especially when a new partner chooses to ask it, say, right on the verge of sex. But if you’re genuinely following a safe sex regime, you can answer easily and the evening can continue as planned. But, if you’re like far too many college students these days, upon being asked this question you’ve had to either a) lie or b) tell the truth — a confession that could have very well prompted your partner to jump back into his or her clothes and walk out the door. Fortunately, taking care of this is just about as simple as getting tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), a service that is offered right here on campus at the Student Health and Counseling center. SHAC offers discounted student rates and accepts some forms of insurance. Unfortunately for some of us, the act of going and getting tested is much easier said than done. It’s a nerve-wracking experience. People often cite peace of mind as the best reason to go and get tested, which is true, provided you don’t have anything. But what happens when you

receive that fateful phone call and the news from the other end of the line isn’t what you were hoping for. What if (gasp!) you’ve tested positive for an STI? You begin to panic; you feel dirty, embarrassed, careless, stupid, afraid and perhaps even vengeful (after all, someone infected you with this awful disease, right?) At least that’s how I felt. That’s right, last year, after getting screened at the SHAC, the results came back that I tested positive for chlamydia. I figured there was a chance my — then somewhat new — boyfriend had infected me, but after I told him, he got screened and came back negative. I was now forced to set my brain on rewind to try and pinpoint when I was infected and who infected me. I scrolled through the year’s previous lovers. It seemed like I had always taken the proper precautions — except, wait. It had to have been James, that adorable English soccer coach and fleeting love interest. I met James in August 2008. I found his accent, foreign mannerisms and gorgeous blue eyes irresistible, perhaps to a fault, considering a few days later when I saw he hadn’t put a condom on before we proceeded to have sex, I didn’t bother

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Apartments UNM/ CNM STUDIOS and 1BDRMS. William H. Cornelius, Real Estate Consultant: 243-2229. 2BDRM 1 1/2BA with W/D. Wood floor, new carpet, paint $650/mo $400dd, pet allowed. No smoking. 250-4911. MOVE IN SPECIAL- 2BDRM $675/mo +utilties. 1505 Girard NE. No pets. 5737839. MOVE IN SPECIAL- large, clean 1BDRM $490/mo 1505 Girard NE. No pets. 573-7839. WWW.UNMRENTALS.COM Awesome university apartments. Unique, hardwood floors, FPs, courtyards, fenced yards, houses, cottages, efficiencies, studios, 1 and 2 and 3BDRMs. Garages. Month to month option. 843-9642. Open 7 days/ week.

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SOUTHWEST CORNER, LOMAS & Washington, 3BDRM, 2 BA. $675/mo, ults incld, 10 mins to UNM. 262-2090, 620-0708. NOVEMBER SPECIAL- STUDIOS, 1 block UNM, Free utilities, $435-$455/mo. 246-2038. www.kachina-properties.com.

Fun Food Music SALSA LESSONS $5 FREE party after lesson! Visit calendar salsa-baby.com

Lost and Found REWARD! LOST-YELLOW artist’s tackle box w/clear amber lid. Contains lots of cherished art supplies. No questions asked. Billy:884-4739

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SANDIA SHADOWS APARTMENTS Quiet residential neighborhood. Totally renovated 2 BR/1 or 2 BA apartments. Pool and courtyard, storage and covered off-street parking all included, plus 24-hour recorded video surveillance offers extra security. Limited time offer of 12th month free OR a 32” LCD HD TV for a one-year lease. Limited inventory—call NOW! UNM north, 1 block north of Indian School on Girard. From $750/mo. 505-265-5253

TUTORING - ALL AGES, most subjects. Experienced Ph.D. 265-7799.

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BIRTHRIGHT CARES. FREE pregnancy tests, help. 262-2235.

UNM 5BDRM/ 4BA $1250/mo. *2BDRM $875/mo. 897-6304.

TAI CHI TUESDAYS 7-8PM harwoodartcenter.org. 792-4519.

I-25 ANDCARLISLE 3BDRM near park. Awesome den, wood-burning fireplace, water and garbage included in rent. Quiet, private. Discount for non-smokers $1000/mo +bills +dd. 268-0662.

ABORTION AND COUNSELING services. Caring and confidential. FREE PREGNANCY TESTING. Curtis Boyd, MD, PC: 522 Lomas Blvd NE, 2427512. MATHEMATICS, STATISTICS TUTOR. Billy Brown, PhD. welbert53@aol.com 401-8139 STUDENT OF RELAXING therapeutic massage needs more hours of practical hands-on experience. You benefit by a free massage. Call Gary 615-1508.

FOR RENT, 3BDRM home, 5 min from UNM, Available December 1, 281-8949 NICE 1BDRM- HARDWOOD floors W/D, garage. Near Nob Hill. $600/mo 2719686.

Rooms For Rent FEMALE STUDENT SEEKING 2roomates. $400/mo. utilities included. 10mins from campus. 505-850-2454.

Vehicles For Sale 1990 JEEP CHEROKEE 4.0L A/T, 4WD, 144K. Good body, runs great! Great student car, near UNM. $1800 OBO. 505459-6564 01 SATURN L300 Silver/blue, new ac, new alternator Good Condition! $3500obo. Call 505-350-7647

Unlikely Neighbors? The Jewish Experience in the “New World” Conference Starts at: 1:00 PM Location: SUB Lobo A&B Conference with leading national speakers exploring historical perspectives of Jewish Life in Spain, the Americas, Argentina, and Cuba. CAPS Spanish Conversation Group Starts at: 2:00 PM Location: MVH 2037

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UNM STUDENT SELLING 1997 Honda Civic DX, automatic, 4-dr, 4-cylinder, heater/ A/C. Slight body damage, runs great, perfect for student! 157k miles. Asking $2200obo 505-730-0747. 4 DOOR, 4CYL, 2.4 Liter, 16 Valve, 90,000 Miles. Runs Great, Clean inside, Clean engine, Great on gas. New battery. Tires replaced 6months ago $3750OBO. (505)610-2286.

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GREAT LOCATION NEAR Indian School and San Mateo. Large yard, share one bathroom with female, large kitchen and living area. $400.00 per month plus share utilities. Call 980-3035 ROOMMATE WANTED TO share 4BDRM new house at Coors/ Sevilla- 2 lights south of Montana. 20minute drive to campus. $400/mo includes utilities. Single family welcome. 450-2793. ROOMMATE WANTED TO share 3BDRM home near UNM. 1 block from UNM shuttle $400/mo including utilities and wireless internet. Call 850-2806. AVAILABLE NOW! RESPONSIBLE, easygoing female student seeking same. Room in 2bd/1ba furnished NobHill home,w/d,hwfloors,pets okay.10min from UNM biking. $350+util. Anna (505)459-4793, vestling@unm.edu 5 BEDROOM HOUSE at 98th and I-40 NW. Three bedrooms available, $500-$600/mo. Util. incl. Serious students and professionals only. Call 817269-1597 or kwesala@unm.edu. SHARE LARGE HOUSE over 2000 sq ft. Tramway & Montgomery, 2 bedrooms available, shared bathroom, living area, 1 garage space available, close to trails- $500/mo, utilities included. Looking for serious students or professionals only. Must like dogs. Call Heather 573-9932 GRADUATE STUDENT, FURNISHED ROOM, W/D, cable, smokeless, free utilities, $250/mo +$50dd. 344-9765. FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED to share 3BDRM, 2BA condo, in gated community. Fully furnished, except bedroom. $450/mo+ 1/3 Ults. Call or email for details 204-8646 or mva07@unm. edu.

Computer Stuff COMPLETE COMPUTER PACKAGE $165, PC Only $90, Laptop $200. 505404-0264 SONY VAIO NOTEBOOK, super fast! 1080HD 17” screen, $1650obo. call 505-603-9154.

For Sale FIREWOOD...PINON & JUNIPER MIX Split & Ready to burn, 1/2 cord $120 cash. Will deliver, $20 off w/ UNM ID. For details and to schedule 505-5048029. BRADLEY’S BOOKSWEDNESDAY, FRIDAY.

PT HELP NEEDED at Westside KinderCare. Flexible hours, wage depending on experience. 898-4859. PT/ FT HELP needed at Kid’s World (Coors/ I-40). Salary dependent on experience. 839-8200.

Jobs Off Campus

Send your resume to: NICK@KABANA. NET WAIT STAFF PT/ FT for busy lunch cafe. Apply at Model Pharmacy, corner of Lomas and Carlisle. !BARTENDER TRAINING! Bartending Academy, 3724 Eubank NE, www. newmexicobartending.com 292-4180. !!!BARTENDING!!!: UP TO $300/day. No experience necessary, training provided. 1-800-965-6520ext.100.

This conversation group will be held every Thursday from 2:00pm to 3:00 pm, starting September 10 and continuing through December 10. CAPS Graduate Writing Workshop: Endnote Web Starts at: 3:00 PM Location : Zimmerman Rm 254 EndNote Web is a Web-based service designed to help students and researchers through the process of writing a research paper.

FBI Careers. Diverse as you. Are you looking for a stable career that has great benefits? The FBI is hiring for Professional Staff and Special Agent Positions. Joining the FBI is like no other career choice you have ever explored. It is challenging. It is exciting. It is rewarding. For more information and to apply, visit www.fbijobs.gov/unm

HOLIDAY HELP AND BEYOND!

$15 Base/Appt. Flex Schedule, Scholarships Possible! Customer Sales/Service, No Exp. Nec., Cond. Apply. Call now, All ages 18+, ABQ 243-3081, NW/Rio Rancho: 891-0559. VETERINARY ASSISTANT/ RECEPTIONIST/ kennel help. Pre-veterinary student preferred. Ponderosa Animal Clinic: 881-8990/ 881-8551.

FILE CLERK NEEDED for busy insurance defense firm in uptown area PT entry-level. MS Word and general computer skills. Flexible hours, collegial enviroment. Send resume to O’brien and Ulibarri, p.c. 6000 Indian School NE Suite 200 Albuquerque, NM 87110, attn: Cathy Ray fax 883-3232; email: cwray@obrienlawoffice.com.

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Jobs On Campus THE DAILY LOBO IS LOOKING FOR A Classified Advertising Representative! Work on campus! Enthusiasm, good phone etiquette, computer and organizational skills required. You must be a student registered for 6 hours or more. Work-study is not required. For information, call Antoinette at 277-5656, or apply online at unmjobs.unm.edu.

Volunteers DO YOU HAVE Type 1 Diabetes? You may qualify to participate in an important research study. To qualify you must have type 1 diabetes for more than one year, be 18-70 years old, and be willing to participate in 8 clinic visits. You will be paid $50 for each clinic visit. If interested, please contact Elizabeth at 272-5454 or by email at evaldez@salud. unm.edu HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS AND subjects with and without asthma are needed for a new research study looking at the effects of fat and physical activity on the breathing tubes. If you qualify, compensation will be provided for your time and inconvenience upon study completion. If you are healthy or have asthma, over the age of 18, and are interested in finding out more about this study, please contact or leave a message for Teresa at (505)269-1074 or e-mail tarchibeque@salud.unm.edu. COLLEGE STUDENTS DRINKERS WANTED to evaluate a new software program. Participation is confidential and you will be reimbursed for your time in this federally funded study. More information is available at behav iortherapy.com/collegedrinkers.htm.

Submit your best— fiction, nonfiction and poetryshort short works and excerpts up to 5000 words—to —to the 2010 edition of Conceptions Southwest, UNM’s own fine arts and literature magazine

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Turn in your submissions in Marron Hall room 107 by Dec 11 to be eligible for prizes in the CSW Creative writing competition

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Changeling the Lost Starts at: 8:00 PM Location: Student Union Building, Upper Floor Santa Ana A&B Mind’s Eye Theatre UNM presents the Camarilla’s Changeling The Requiem venue. Please call Marco at 505 453 7825 for information/ confirmation. Southwest Lecture Starts at: 7:00 PM Location: Hibben Center, Room 105 “Archaeological Myths: New/Old Perspectives on Puebloan Migrations” by Eric Blinman.

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Calm Abiding Meditation Starts at: 12:15 PM Location: 322 Washington St SE FREE Meditation practice anyone can use to achieve a peaceful and balanced state of mind. Call 505-401-7340 for more information. Or visit: www.rigdzin.com

Placing an event in the Lobo Life calendar:

1. Go to www.dailylobo.com 2. Click on “Events” link near the top of the page. 3. Click on “Submit an Event Sai Baba devotional singing (bhajans) Listing” on the right side of the page. Starts at: 7:00 PM Location: 111 Maple Street (corner of Central & Maple Street) UNM area-Phone: 505-366-4982

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