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Regents vote on renovation funding By Austin Tyra @AustinATyra The recent resignation of University of New Mexico Regent Alex Romero leaves the Board of Regents Finance and Facilities Committee with only two members: Regent Chair Marron Lee and Regent Tom Clifford. Both members attended this Tuesday’s meeting and discussed two large-scale proposed projects, each regarding on-campus athletic facilities. Football locker renovation The first proposal was a renovation of the UNM football lockers. Presenters in favor of the renovation explained that the current lockers were both outdated and damaged, and keeping them may reduce player recruitment, because many other programs have already upgraded their locker rooms. Presenters also said the locker room is currently equipped with 120 lockers, but the football program maintains a 115-player capacity, meaning that a renovation would also include a better utilization of space. The proposed cost of the project is $675,000. With approval,

the completion date would aim to be Aug. 1 in order to be ready for new recruits. Regent Clifford was opposed to the renovation and cited the hotly debated athletic debt as the cause of his disapproval. “Why aren’t we looking at our operating deficit, which is a real concern? I’m not sure why this is coming forward right now. We have to revisit all our plans. The donors want to support specific things, but we have a program that’s underwater,” Clifford said. In response to Clifford’s concerns, presenters said the project was under a strict timeline, and if it was not passed soon then it would not be completed by Aug. 1 and in time for the football season. Clifford maintained his position. Because there are only two voting members, there was no way that the proposal could pass, Lee said. Johnson Center renovations Next, the committee entertained a project that would renovate certain sections of the Johnson Center while also expanding the building into the southern parking lot. The cost of the renovation and expansion was estimated to be $35,000,000. Construction would

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begin in June 2018, and its completion projection date would be in March of 2020. A new panel of presenters said this project has been in development for two and a half years. It aims to accomplish a number of goals, including making the entrances and exits of the center more accessible, and also allowing

students to have prolonged access to areas that may be restricted if classes are using them. The southernmost basketball courts would be completely renovated, and the expansion would include a new running track. Lee acknowledged that there is a need for the renovation and inquired whether those leading the

project have thought about keeping the center open longer, especially as freshmen will soon be required to live on campus. The presenters said plans to lengthen the hours of operation were not set but could possibly take place later.

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Assistant Professor Vanessa Svihla demonstrates an interactive feature of the OILS Learning Lab on March 7, 2018. She won the National Science Foundation CAREER award for her work in creating design problem-solving teaching resources for engineering professors.

By Danielle Prokop @ProkopDani At the University of New Mexico students learn a lot of vital skills — for

one UNM faculty member, the process of learning also matters. Assistant Professor Vanessa Svihla was awarded $516,000 by the National Science Foundation to develop better frameworks for

teaching design and engineering that mirrors real-world situations. Her original research project, “Framing and Reframing Agency in Making and Engineering,” received the NSF CAREER Award. Research began

Jan. 1 and is funded through 2022. The NSF describes the award on its website as “most prestigious awards in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education.” Svihla is a learning scientist, who studies how people learn and specifically how they develop designs to solve problems. Her work is often focused on engineering but applies across academia. Her FRAME project has two parts: first, challenging the current model of teaching a single solution to a problem set and second, supporting students to better learn design. “It’s pretty widespread,” Svihla said about the model. “A lot of the experiences in K-12, and even a lot of college courses, there’s a single right answer that’s known ahead of time. And life isn’t like that.” Svihla’s previous NSF-funded project, FACETS — Formation of Accomplished Chemical Engineers for Transforming Society — complements her current work. The FACETS project aimed to take non-traditional experiences and cultivate problem solving in students. Svihla illustrated an example of the gulf between students from different economic backgrounds and how they view a butter knife. “If you’re from a well-resourced

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The New Mexico Dream Team discussed immigrants’ rights and resources at a community gathering at South Valley Academy Monday. Isaac de Luna, an undergraduate student at the University of New Mexico and the communications director for the NM Dream Team, addressed what to do if Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, were to come to a community member’s home. The tips included: • There is no obligation to open the door to anyone. • Keep in mind the right to remain silent. • Do not sign anything — even if they present what seems to be an order for removal — unless an attorney is present.

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Clifford wanted to know the degree of student input that has been put into the project. The presenters said there were a number of steps in which students voted, via surveys on designs and

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which additions they would like to see at the center. A number of student suggestions, such as climbing walls, were unable to be incorporated due to a lack of funding. “When push comes to shove,

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and you have ($)30 million to do an ($)80 million projected project, you need to focus on the necessities,” a presenter said. “We’ve done a really good job dealing with the hand we were dealt on this one.”

The two Regents approved the project at their committee, but Clifford said that he would need more input from students involved if he was to support the program moving forward.

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family and ask, ‘What’s a butter knife for?’ you get the answer, ‘Spreading butter,’” Svihla said. “But if you come from a low-economic background where you have to make it work and make do, like our students, (you may) have a lot of other responses, ‘screwdriver,’ ‘a putty knife,’ ‘a car handle.’” Svihla says this problem solving or previous work experience is not cultivated in academia, which leaves students behind. “We’re not helping students see that as

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valuable experience,” Svihla said. “We’re not necessarily building on that and letting them have opportunities to see that they have a foundation that can make them very successful.” Svihla said building the frameworks to better teach students to learn design comes from a strong foundation encouraging students’ problem solving and ingenuity. “One of the things we’re doing is trying to understand the assets our students bring so

that we can build on those,” Svihla said. “We can’t really develop those better resources until we have a better understanding of what that experience looks like for students.” She teaches classes in Organization, Information and Learning Sciences, or OILS, and co-teaches freshman Chemical Engineering with Professor Abhaya Datye. While Svihla implements her research in her classes, she wants to emphasize that encouraging students is her focus.

“I am passionate about research, but I also want to have an impact,” Svihla said. “A lot of what’s driving this is I often see our students bringing strengths so they know to engage them.”

reality is that in the majority of cases, noncriminal immigrants are also being swept up by ICE and their enforcement tactics.” The NM Dream Team has a hotline (1 844363-1423, extension 102) that can be used to determine if ICE or other activity in the area has been spotted, and can be used as a resource to report any activity, de Luna said. The American Civil Liberties Union created an app in New Mexico called Justice New Mexico. Through this app, people can record an incident with immigration enforcement or law enforcement and store it in a database with ACLU, de Luna said. That information can be used as evidence for legal cases. “As we learn about these cases we also help people or families develop campaigns to fight the deportation of their loved one,” de Luna said.

The meeting ended with groups of people sharing their stories with one another. Alejandra Ramirez Solano, a junior at UNM majoring in psychology with a minor in Spanish and in the pre-medical program, attended the event. She said she is a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipient and a spokesperson for the New Mexico Dream Team. “We wanted to just come together as a community and pretty much just show people that they’re not alone,” Solano said.

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Create an emergency plan to secure family members and possessions. De Luna said the NM Dream Team’s Deportation Defense Department provides resources to help families create emergency plans. During the community gathering the NM Dream Team placed community members in different scenarios to help them prepare for situations in which ICE comes to a home. They also demonstrated what to do if pulled over. Felipe Rodriguez, the NM Dream Team’s field organizer, said people should record every part of an interaction with ICE and not answer if ICE asks for documentation. “Under the Trump administration we’ve seen an increase in the detention and arrest of immigrants across the country,” de Luna said. “We know that the Trump administration has said that (immigrants) are criminals, but the

“We know that the Trump administration has said that (immigrants) are criminals, but the reality is that in the majority of cases, non-criminal immigrants are also being swept up by ICE and their enforcement tactics.” Isaac de Luna NM Dream Team Communications Director

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By Matthew Narvaiz @matt_narvaiz LAS VEGAS — Through its first six quarters of play in the 2018 Mountain West Tournament, the University of New Mexico women’s basketball team looked like the team that started 13-0 on the season — but just like the regular season, the momentum came to a screeching halt. New Mexico ran roughshod over San Jose State in the opening round, blasting the Spartans 8454. Things appeared to be going the same way against Wyoming in the second round matchup, as the Lobos sprinted out to a 33-18 halftime advantage. In the second half, though, UNM faltered. And after scoring just 18 points and shooting 29 percent in the first half, Wyoming dominated by scoring 51 points in the second half of play en route to a 69-66 win over the Lobos at the Thomas & Mack Center on Tuesday evening. Senior guard Liv Roberts opened up the game with a layup to put Wyoming up first, but UNM

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LETTERS Trump’s “conservatism” is a ploy to manipulate supporters Editor, The biggest faker of all is none other than President Donald Trump. He is posing as a “Conservative,” but he is actually a fake Conservative. What is my evidence?

More Korean War is “worth it”? To whom? Editor, Speaking to CNN on the possibility of resuming hostilities in the nearly 70-year-old Korean War (in uneasy ceasefire since 1953), U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) says, “All the damage...would be worth it in terms of long-term stability and national security.” Worth it, Sen. Graham? To whom? The last period of open war on the Korean peninsula cost somewhere in the neighborhood of 3.5 million lives, including nearly a million soldiers on both sides (36,516 of them American) and 2.5 million civilians in the North and South.

You can look this up for yourself on the internet. In 1999, he proposed that Congress pass a new “National Wealth Tax” (NOT income) of 14.25 percent on all individuals who have a “net-worth”/“net-wealth” of $10 million and higher. That is a very “Liberal” idea. Trump wanted the money generated by it to be spent on two items: 1. Totally eliminating the national debt (that sounds “Conservative”).

2. Spending the remainder on adding it to the Social Security Trust Fund to make it more solvent for additional years (that does not sound “Conservative”). I am assuming that some of us know that it is presently fully solvent through the year 2034, meaning that there is absolutely no reason for Conservatives to want to cut benefits right now. The less-than-truthful Conservatives in Congress and the rightwing propaganda media machine do not

want the public to know this. President Trump has been posing as a “Conservative”. He has been masterfully manipulating all of us and playing us for fools and suckers, both his supporters and his critics.

What did the American taxpayer get in return for three years of fighting, tens of thousands of Americans dead and nearly $700 billion (in 2008 dollars)? Well, that taxpayer’s government got to decide who’s in charge of part of the Korean peninsula, which, last time I checked, is not a U.S. state or territory. And that taxpayer’s government got the opportunity to spend hundreds of billions of dollars more of that taxpayer’s money to garrison the North-South border along the 38th Parallel for 65 years. That excludes the offpeninsula costs of the U.S. “security umbrella” covering other Pacific Rim nations. And that taxpayer’s government got a convenient bugaboo to scare the bejabbers out of that taxpayer with any time peace threatened to break out.

Stability? Well, sure, if what we’re talking about is guaranteeing that the welfare checks continue to reliably arrive in the American military industrial complex’s mailboxes. But apart from that, continued saber-rattling on either side of some of the most militarized acreage on Earth — the so-called “Demilitarized Zone” — is pretty much the definition of instability. National security? Not so much, if for no other reason than that North Korea never has represented and does not now represent a credible military threat to the United States. If it ever does come to represent such a threat, it will be because the U.S. continues, at the urging of demagogues like Lindsey Graham, to involve itself in the affairs of people thousands of miles away who do not welcome

such involvement. So far, the Korean War hasn’t delivered any benefit of note to the American people, especially in the areas of “stability” or “national security.” America’s long misadventure on the Korean peninsula has only been worth it to U.S. “defense” contractors and the politicians they own. Yes, Sen. Graham, I’m looking at you. The sooner the U.S. government notifies the South Korean government that America is going home, the better.

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2-0 in the opening moments of the game, when Roberts made the layup while also being fouled. Roberts sunk the free throw and gave her team a 43-42 lead to completely erase the sizable halftime deficit — made possible by Wyoming shooting lights out from the floor with a 69.2 percent success rate. The fourth quarter started well for New Mexico, as Flye hit a 3-pointer to open the frame, putting the Lobos up 45-43. But Wyoming rallied to score the next five points to take the lead once again. Though UNM shot a much better 52.9 percent from the field in the fourth quarter, Wyoming did not budge. The Lobos continued to stay close though and found themselves down just two points, 63-61, after Washington nailed a tough jumper with 30 seconds left to play in the game. “I thought, especially in the first half, we played well,” UNM head coach Mike Bradbury said. “Defensively we were sound and, most importantly, we were plus-five rebounding. That was a big reason we had the lead.” But that rebounding trend did not continue in the second half, as the Lobos were crushed on the boards. Wyoming outworked New Mexico on the boards to the tune of 24-15. “In the second half, we got beat up on the boards...you know, that’s one thing we talk about when we play them,” Bradbury continued. “If we can just be around even, then we

(would) probably win. They made a real effort to drive the ball, and we had a hard time guarding them.” Beynon gave UNM life when she nailed a 3-pointer with five seconds to bring the Lobos within a point of Wyoming, 67-66. But Wyoming junior guard Clara Tapia nailed both free throws to add on to her team’s lead. UNM took a timeout with 3.3 seconds to play and set up a play for Tesha Buck to take a potential game-tying 3-pointer — but she missed the contested attempt and the Lobos’ chance at a Mountain West Tournament title came to an end. “Just very disappointed,” Beynon said. “We came out with a really strong first half, and we didn’t match the energy (in the second half ). So just disappointed in myself and how we let it slip through our hands.” UNM freshman forward Antonia Anderson played 10 minutes in the first half, much of which came in the second quarter. She had five first-half points, but logged in just four minutes in the second half. Bradbury said Anderson played well in the first half, but opted to play junior post Nunn more as the game went on, because he believed she had been the best player on the team over the last month. He added that Buck had also made two 3-pointers, which kept the Lobos in the game, while Anderson was out of the lineup during crunch time. Nunn led the Lobos with a

team-high of 20 points and 14 rebounds. Washington had 12 points, and Beynon, in her last conference tournament game, had 10 points. As a team, the Lobos shot 35.5 percent in the game, Wyoming shot 41.5 percent — though the Cowgirls were held to just three 3-pointers. Wyoming’s big second half allowed it to win the rebounding battle, topping the Lobos in the category by a 39-35 margin. “It was real physical down there,” Nunn said of playing in the post. “It was just a battle. And getting the rebounds, you had to go hard for them. Sometimes you got them, sometimes you didn’t. It was just real physical.” Rusk, who scored a game-high 21 points with eight rebounds, led the Cowgirls. Senior forward Natalie Baker had 14 points, Gomez had 13 points, and Roberts had 11 points, respectively. And while the Lobos are out of the Mountain West Tournament, Bradbury said he thinks his team will be in the Women’s National Invitational Tournament — but he and the players will have to wait to find out about the team’s postseason fate when the field is announced next Monday. Matthew Narvaiz is a senior sports reporter for the Daily Lobo. He primarily covers men’s and women’s basketball and baseball. He can be contacted at sports@ dailylobo.com or on Twitter @matt_narvaiz.

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Salt and Board 115 Harvard SE; Now Open! UNM’s first meat and cheese eatery with Old World offerings in a fun, relaxed atmosphere Today’s hours: 11am-11pm

Salt and Board 115 Harvard SE; Now Open! UNM’s first meat and cheese eatery with Old World offerings in a fun, relaxed atmosphere Today’s hours: 11am-11pm

Bookworks 4022 Rio Grande Blvd NW; 344-8139 Open M-Sat: 9am-6pm; Sun: 9am-6pm

Bookworks 4022 Rio Grande Blvd NW; 344-8139 Open M-Sat: 9am-6pm; Sun: 9am-6pm Tea Time Book Club 2:00pm; Willy Vlautin, Don’t Skip Out On Me 6:00pm

Truman Health Services 272-1312 www.unmtruman.com Outpost Performance Space Student discounts and rush tickets available www.outpostspace.org

Saturday 3/17 Salt and Board 115 Harvard SE; Now Open! UNM’s first meat and cheese eatery with Old World offerings in a fun, relaxed atmosphere Today’s hours: 11am-11pm Bookworks 4022 Rio Grande Blvd NW; 344-8139 Open M-Sat: 9am-6pm; Sun: 9am-6pm William White, Reaching for the Stars, and Jerry Robinson, Third Eye 3:00pm Truman Health Services 272-1312; www.unmtruman.com Outpost Performance Space Inaugural Steve Maase Legacy Guitar Summit 7:30pm Tribute to NM guitar legend with Lily Maase, Eric McFadden and more; Student discounts and rush tickets available. www.outpostspace.org

Sunday 3/18 Salt and Board 115 Harvard SE; Now Open! UNM’s first meat and cheese eatery with Old World offerings in a fun, relaxed atmosphere Today’s hours: 11am-10pm Bookworks 4022 Rio Grande Blvd NW; 344-8139 Open M-Sat: 9am-6pm; Sun: 9am-6pm Truman Health Services 272-1312 www.unmtruman.com Outpost Performance Space Student discounts and rush tickets available www.outpostspace.org

Truman Health Services Offers free rapid testing (Hepatitis C, HIV and Syphilis) Call for locations; 272-1312 www.unmtruman.com Outpost Performance Space Student discounts and rush tickets available; www.outpostspace.org

Tuesday 3/20 Salt and Board 115 Harvard SE; Now Open! UNM’s first meat and cheese eatery with Old World offerings in a fun, relaxed atmosphere Today’s hours: 11am-11pm Bookworks 4022 Rio Grande Blvd NW; 344-8139 Open M-Sat: 9am-6pm; Sun: 9am-6pm Daniel Peña, Bang 6:00pm Truman Health Services Free and confidential Rapid HIV Testing 8am-noon 801 Encino Place NE, Suite B-6 www.unmtruman.com Outpost Performance Space Student discounts and rush tickets available; www.outpostspace.org

Wednesday 3/21 Salt and Board 115 Harvard SE; Now Open! UNM’s first meat and cheese eatery with Old World offerings in a fun, relaxed atmosphere Today’s hours: 11am-11pm Bookworks 4022 Rio Grande Blvd NW; 344-8139 Open M-Sat: 9am-6pm; Sun: 9am-6pm Truman Health Services 272-1312; www.unmtruman.com Outpost Performance Space Student discounts and rush tickets available; www.outpostspace.org


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IRB Walk-in Hours at GPSA 10:00am-12:30pm GPSA Office, Student Union Building 1021 The GPSA will be hosting the Office of the IRB for walk-in office hours in their office in the SUB. OIRB Staff will be there and everyone is welcome to stop by to ask any IRB related questions that they have. Food Not Bombs! 12:00-1:00pm In Front of UNM Bookstore Free lunch in front of the UNM Bookstore. Every Thursday at noon. Everyone is welcome.

Lectures & Readings Dissertation Presentation 10:00-11:00am Technology Building, Room 120 Miles Harvey, Language Literacy Sociocultural, presents “Using Video Games and Virtual Reality as Literature in the 8th Grade Classroom.” Immigration Colloquium 11:30am-1:00pm SUB Santa Ana A & B Spomsored by Project for New Mexico Graduates of Color. Neuroscience Seminar 12:00-1:00pm Fitz Hall, Room 303 Erin Milligan, UNM, presents “Prenatal Alcohol Exposure Creates Susceptibility to AdultOnset Neuropathy Through Glial and Immune Priming.”

Thesis Presentation 12:00-1:00pm Bandelier Hall West, Albuquerque, Room 104 Hayley Hajic, Geography, presents “Water Assessment: Microbial Source Tracking in the Santa Fe River.” Aromatherapy Workshop 12:30-2:00pm UNM Women’s Resource Center Come make relaxing scents at this workshop. Thesis Presentation 3:30-4:30pm Ortega Hall, Room 323D Luke Lea, Foreign Languages Literatures, presents “Learning to Read in the Theaetetus: The Recuperation of Writing in Platos Philosophy.” Supportive Listening 101 3:30-4:00pm UNM Women’s Resource Center In this 30 minute presentation you’ll learn the essential DO’s and DONT’s for listening supportively without causing unintentional harm. XLVI JAR Distinguished Lecture 7:30-8:30pm Anthropology Lecture Hall, Room 163 Dr. Steven L. Kuhn and R. Mary C. Stiner, University of Arizona present “Before the Neanderthals: How Hearth and Home Made us Human.”

Art & Music A Chorus Line 7:30-9:30pm Popejoy Hall A Chorus Line is musical theatre in its most pure form. The show examines one day in the lives of seventeen dancers, all vying for a spot in the “chorus line” of a Broadway musical. Starting at $35.

Theater & Film Coco - Mid Week Movie Series Series 3:30-5:30pm SUB Theater Aspiring musician Miguel, confronted with his family’s ancestral ban on music, enters the Land of the Dead to find his greatgreat-grandfather, a legendary singer. Kids free with paying adult. Box office opens 30 minutes prior to each screening. Cash/LoboCash only. $2.00/2.50/3.00

Student Groups & Gov. Genomics Journal Club 9:00-10:00am CTRC, Room 240 Biochemistry and Biology Journal Club 12:00-1:00pm BRF, Room 218

Molecular

Cell and Molecular Basis of Disease (CMBD) Club 12:00-1:00pm Fitz Hall, Room 303 Cardiovascular Physiology Journal Club 4:00-5:00pm Fitz Hall, Room 205 Advanced Lobo Leaders Meeting 4:00-10:00pm SUB Cherry/Silver SAEA Meeting 4:00-5:30pm SUB Jemez The Society for Adaptable Education is a student organization dedicated to making the University of New Mexico an accessible destination university and to promoting disability consciousness in the community.

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Caregivers Journaling Support Group 4:00-5:30pm UNM Comprehensive Cancer Center A journaling support group for family and friends of cancer patients. Discover the healing power of writing to express thoughts and feelings. No prior writing experience needed; spelling and grammar do not matter. SGI Buddhist Club 5:00-6:00pm SUB Amigo Bring out happiness within your life and those around you. Campus Crusade for Christ Weekly Meeting 6:00-9:00pm SUB Santa Ana A&B Graduate Christian Bible Study 6:00-9:00pm SUB Alumni

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Lobo Toastmasters Meeting 6:30-7:30pm SUB Trailblazer/Spirit Charge 7:00-10:00pm SUB Acoma InterVarsity Christian Fellowship Weekly group gathering of fun, worship, and teaching. Something Rehearsal 7:00-9:00pm SUB Isleta

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Meetings FT Faculty Meeting 9:30-10:45am Honors College Conference Room CL Neuroradiology Conference 2:00-3:00pm Family Medicine Center, Room 420 UROC Committee Meeting 2:00-3:00pm Honors College, Classroom 28 Journal With The Resource Center 4:00-5:00pm WRC Group Room

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Lectures & Readings Dissertation Presentation 11:00am-12:00pm Center for High Technology Materials, Room 101 Christina Hanson, Nano Science & Micro Systems, presents, “From Flasks to Applications: Design and Optimization of Giant Quantum Dots using Traditional and Automated Synthetic Methods.” Cellular & Molecular Basis of Disease Seminar Series 12:00-1:00pm Fitz Hall, Room 303 Chih-Hao Lee, Ph.D., Harvard, presents “Th2 cytokine IL-13 and metabolic reprogramming in endurance exercise.” Dissertation Presentation 1:30-2:30pm Carlisle Gym, Room 114 Nevarez Encinias, Theater & Dance, presents “Strange Labor: Toward the Non-Expression of Feelings Themselves.”

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Campus Calendar continued from pg 7 Dissertation Presentation 2:00-3:00pm Dane Smith Hall, Room 128 Rebecca Martinez Gomez, Linguistics, presents “Fresa Style in Mexico: Sociolinguistic Stereotypes and the Variability of Social Meanings.” Department of Earth and Planetary Studies Colloquium 3:30-4:30pm Northrop Hall, Room 122 Laura J. Crossey, UNM, presents “Chasing Helium: Mantle-toSurface Connections to Water Quality.” Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology Seminar 4:00-5:00pm Clark Hall, Room 101 Dr. Nate Hathaway, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, presents “New Chemically Driven Strategies for Understanding and Controlling Epigenetic Processes in Mammalian Cells.”

Art & Music A Chorus Line 8:00-10:00pm Popejoy Hall

A Chorus Line is musical theatre in its most pure form. The show examines one day in the lives of seventeen dancers, all vying for a spot in the “chorus line” of a Broadway musical. Starting at $35.

Sports & Recreation UNM Women’s Tennis vs Brigham Young 5:00-8:00pm McKinnon Family Tennis Stadium UNM Softball vs Saint Mary’s 1:00-3:00pm Lobo Softball Field Tickets $5, free with Lobo I.D. UNM Softball vs Sacramento State 6:00-8:00pm Lobo Softball Field Tickets $5, free with Lobo I.D.

Student Groups & Gov. Neuroscience Journal Club 9:00-10:00am Fitz Hall, Room 243

Meetings Regents’ Scholars Meeting 1:30-3:30pm Honors Forum

SATURDAY Art & Music

Suzuki Lab School Noon Recital 12:00-1:30pm Keller Hall Featuring students studying in the Lab School under the direction of the UNM Pedagogy Intern Teachers. Free to attend. Isaac Drewes, Collaborative Piano Graduate Recital 4:00-5:30pm Keller Hall Free to attend. A Chorus Line 2:00-4:00pm Popejoy Hall A Chorus Line is musical theatre in its most pure form. The show examines one day in the lives of seventeen dancers, all vying for a spot in the “chorus line” of a Broadway musical. Starting at $35. A Chorus Line 8:00-10:00pm Popejoy Hall A Chorus Line is musical theatre in its most pure form. The show examines one day in the lives of seventeen dancers, all vying for

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Second Sunday Faculty Concert Series 3:00-4:30pm Keller Hall Featuring Professor Denise Reig Turner, bassoon, Dr. Timothy Skinner, clarinet, Dr. Tzufeng Liu, piano. Works by Glinka, Hurlstone, and Anthony Hedges. A Chorus Line 6:30-8:30pm Popejoy Hall A Chorus Line is musical theatre in its most pure form. The show examines one day in the lives of seventeen dancers, all vying for a spot in the “chorus line” of a Broadway musical. Starting at $35.

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