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ASUNM supports ‘universal’ restrooms in SUB by Jamillah Wilcox
Despite approving proposal for third time in three years, no action yet taken
ASUNM wants to aid in the development of universal public restrooms for students, faculty and staff on campus. In a meeting Wednesday, the senate unanimously passed Resolution 12S, in which ASUNM pledges its support for the development of universal restrooms on campus. Sen. Miquela Ortiz and Queer Voices Roundtable introduced the proposal. This resolution is the third such effort, following resolutions passed in 2010 and 2012 supporting the development of universal bathrooms in the SUB. No action was taken on either resolution. Frankie Flores, program assistant for the LGBTQ Resource Center, and Ortiz negotiated with the senate with regard to the language used in the proposal. The senators wanted to change ‘gender-neutral restrooms’ to ‘universal restrooms’ to avoid using exclusive language that might imply the bathroom switch was only to benefit transgendered individuals to the exclusion of other groups such as people with disabilities and families. “In saying ‘universal bathrooms,’ we’re trying to universalize that access,” Sen. Earl Shank said. “That way it’s not saying these bathrooms are for the specific group of people, it’s for everyone. If we were dealing with equality, we wouldn’t say ‘let’s make it better for them,’ we would say ‘let’s make it better for everyone.’” Ortiz said she objected, at first, to the word “universal” being used because she wanted to consult with the student organization she was representing. “The only reason why we weren’t going to accept it was because we hadn’t seen the changes prior … I was speaking on behalf of a student group, so I wanted
Aaron Sweet / Daily Lobo ASUNM Sen. Cassie Thompson, center, speaks at the full senate meeting Wednesday evening. One topic of the evening was Resolution 12S, which called upon ASUNM to support the development of ‘universal’ bathrooms around campus, which would be available to everyone, including transgendered individuals, persons with disabilities and families. to check with them,” Ortiz said. “I would say that ‘universal’ is more simplified, which is a wiser decision.” Flores agreed to accept the term “universal,” but maintained that “gender-neutral” is more appropriate. “My concern with the changing of the language was that we weren’t inclusive of gender-neutral individuals, so I wanted to make sure that we kept that in there,” Flores said. “I’m happy with the decision.”
The proposal says such universal bathrooms should be accessible to everyone. However, Rentz Ankrom, a senior business administration major and a transgendered student, said some campus restrooms already provide similar services. “Early on in my transition, I would use the bathrooms in Mitchell Hall,” Ankrom said. “I’m almost fully transitioned, but there are some people who don’t want to go that far. There’s a spectrum of gender that I think
people don’t realize, and creating a universally safe space where everyone can take advantage of that is what’s important.” Ankrom said she understands Flores’ position on wanting to keep the word “neutral” in the proposal, but it’s important to focus on more immediate matters first. “I don’t know if removing ‘gender’ needs to be the focus; it’s about actually creating a safe space for the individual that’s going into the bathroom,” Ankrom said. “I
know from personal experience, it used to be very intimidating.” Ankrom said she has been at the University since 2010 and has not experienced discrimination on campus, due to the University’s efforts in promoting equality. “I am definitely thankful that UNM is staying ahead of the curve of the college current issues and not just focusing on maintaining their academic status,” Ankrom said. “Socio-cultural things like this are very important to people.”
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Martha Chicoski, a Boston native who lives in Albuquerque, said it has been a tradition for her family to watch runners cross the finish line at the Boston Marathon since she was little. But two weeks ago, this tradition almost cost her father his life. “We grew up cheering people every year,” she said. “He was watching. My father was 30 feet from where the first explosion happened.” On April 15, two bombs exploded near the finish line of the annual Boston Marathon at about 2:50 p.m. EST. Three people died in the blast, and another 264 were wounded. Police subsequently identified two suspects: The first, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was killed in a police shootout early April 18, and his brother, the second suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, is in police custody after a day-long manhunt April 19. Chicoski’s father was not injured, but she said the tragedy that occurred at the
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annual event was horrible. “Boston is an amazing city and an amazing community,” she said. “I have relatives that live in towns that were put on lockdown. It’s crazy, but it’s now the reality that we live in.” Chicoski is a volunteer for the upcoming ‘ABQ 5k 4 Boston’ run on Sunday afternoon. The event aims to raise $47,000, representing New Mexico’s being the 47th state incorporated into the U.S., for Boston’s First Responders Fund, and starts at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. Chicoski said participating in the event is a way to show support for the victims from afar. “I grew up in Boston and I have a connection to that city,” she said. “It’s such a wonderful way to get involved (over) such a great distance, over 2,000 miles away.” Brian Colón, a UNM alumnus, began organizing the event a few days after the incident. He said he related to the stories of the victims — especially to 8-year-old Martin Richard, who was killed by the explosions — and he felt the need to help.
“My son Rafael, who is 15 years old, and I try to do a 5k every month,” he said. “He’s fit and he always ends up waiting for me at the finish line. When I heard the story of Martin Richard, who died waiting for his dad at the finish line, I lost my breath.” Colón said that his event attracted local attention after he publicized it through Facebook. “I’m fortunate to have 5,000 friends on Facebook,” he said. “Some people just said, ‘Tell me what you’re doing and I’ll do it.’ Some people just stepped up.” Colón said to reach his $47,000 goal, about 1,000 people need to register for the event. He said that “several hundred” people have already registered. But Colón said he expects to meet his goal through the support of the University community. He said he encourages students to participate in the event. “As a graduate of UNM, I’ve always taken pride that the University, when
somebody is in need, it always responds with support,” he said. “I suspect they’re going to do the same on Sunday.” Chicoski said she is optimistic the event will be successful. She said the event will help show the country’s unity after the tragedy. “Just because we can’t be in the city doesn’t mean that we can’t help them,” she said. “This bond of support is so American.”
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The collapse of a building that housed garment factories near Bangladesh’s capital, a tragedy that claimed at least 275 victims Wednesday, is renewing attention on the unsafe conditions in the country’s $20 billion clothing industry that supplies retailers around the world. Here’s a look at the factories in the Rana Plaza building and the global retailers they say they worked for. THE FACTORIES — Ether Tex was located on the fifth floor. Its website, now offline, says its 530 workers made up to 960,000 pieces of clothing a year. It claimed to have a passing grade for safety and other business standards from SOCAM, a group that audits garment factories on behalf of European fashion company C&A. The company said its customers include retail giant Wal-Mart. — New Wave is a group of three companies that says it makes shirts, pants and other garments for U.S., Canadian and European retailers. New Wave Bottoms was on the 2nd floor, and New Wave Style occupied the sixth and seventh floors. The New Wave website lists 27 retailers as its main customers. The list includes Spain’s Mango, Dress Barn of the U.S., Canada’s The Children’s Place, and the Asian arm of Benetton based in Hong Kong. — Phantom Apparels operated a factory called Phantom-TAC in conjunction with Spain’s Textile Audit Company on the fourth floor. The Phantom-TAC website says it is “committed to reaching a high standard of working conditions.” It claimed to have a comprehensive auditing system that allowed it to “monitor and analyze daily the conditions in our factory.” The 20,000-square-foot factory
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Kevin Frayer / AP photo Bangladeshis watch the rescue operations at the site of a building that collapsed Wednesday in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh. By Thursday, the death toll reached at least 275 people as rescuers continued to search for injured and missing, after a huge section of an eight-story building that housed several garment factories splintered into a pile of concrete.
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A laugh can save a life by Jamillah Wilcox firstname.lastname@example.org
Mental health is not a laughing matter, but laughter can improve your mental health. The UNM chapter of Phi Sigma Pi, a national honor fraternity, and the Agora Crisis Center join to host the Laughter is the Best Medicine Comedy Night, an all-ages benefit show for people who want to learn more about mental illness. The event features local comedians Scott Bringe, Stephen Smith, John Cuellar and Goldie Garcia. Agora has held comedy events in the past. However, Savannah Woodward, an organizer for the event, said this is Phi Sigma Pi’s first time raising awareness for a large issue. “We’re very excited about it and also nervous because we want it to be a success and reflect well both on us and Agora,” Woodward said. Woodward said attendees can donate money and participate in a silent auction. She said she has a personal connection to mental
illness. Woodward’s brother’s best friend committed suicide last year, and Woodward’s best friend knows of three people who committed suicide. Woodward said she wants to help raise money for Agora to teach suicide prevention and awareness at local schools, including how to recognize warning signs and when students should get help for friends. “It’s scary when people say ‘I don’t feel like I should be living anymore,’ ‘I’m not happy,’” Woodward said. “They give us all these warning signs and we’re not really sure how to pick up on them.” Woodward said Agora works well with students, and raising money for a serious issue can be done in a fun way. “Laughter has a healing power,” Woodward said. “When you have one of those moments when you can’t even breathe, it’s refreshing.” Jeremy Jaramillo, the program coordinator for Agora, said Phi Sigma Pi approached Agora about the idea of hosting a comedy night to collect and donate money for Agora’s efforts. He
said the event will give people an opportunity to have fun while learning. “I think when we’re trying to prevent mental health issues, comedy is a great way for that and a really positive way to bring awareness to the issue,” Jaramillo said. “This way we’ll be able to bring awareness in a fun way and I think that’s the best thing to do to make people comfortable with it.”
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RETAILERS — Wal-Mart, the world’s largest retailer, says it is investigating whether any of the factories in the building were producing garments for it at the time of the collapse. — Primark, a British retailer with more than 250 stores across Europe, says it was being supplied by a garment producer on the second floor. — The Children’s Place used one
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FROM THE WEB Online readers responded to the letter “False accusations typical for anti-Muslim media,” published in Tuesday’s Daily Lobo. The letter was in response to the media coverage following the bombings at the Boston Marathon on April 15, which author Arun Anand Ahuja said wrongly targeted innocent bystanders, specifically those who appeared to be Muslim. User “Arafat” “Yeah, the media is so terrible. Particularly left-leaning media which bends over backwards to pretend Muslims are peace-loving people. That’s right. They helped convey the message that Nidal Hasan — you know, the devout Muslim who killed 13 unarmed soldiers at Fort Hood — was not acting out of jihad but out of PTSD. This is so, even though that scumbag shouted out “Allahu Akbar” as he killed, and even though he had never once been in the field of battle. Dream on, Arun, but this ain’t Saudi Arabia — it is America.” User “Chayal Boded” “As for the media bias you discuss, I’m pretty sure most of us can agree that the legacy media outlets — print and cable and local — are syndicated and, frankly, agenda-driven leftoid propaganda mills and useless for anything other than comedy relief in these dire times. No one with a modicum of common sense or intelligence takes them seriously, and neither should you. User “FlameCCT” “What did you expect, Arun? The MSM stopped fact checking and sourcing their stories a long time ago. What about all the MSM accusations against Tea Party activists because it was tax day? What about all the MSM accusations against homegrown white terrorists because of gun control? What about the false accusations during the Atlanta Olympics against Richard Jewell, who is white?” User “Jamal Howard” The twin bombs at the Boston Marathon killed Lu Lingzi, a 23-year-old Boston University student from China; 8-year-old spectator Martin Richard; and 29-year-old spectator Krystle Campbell. But it also injured more than 170 people: runners, couples, spectators, children. Some are in grave condition; some lost limbs or senses; all their lives will be forever touched by the bombings. To join the conversation, visit DailyLobo.com.
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Dr. Peg’s Prescription Finish finals week without letting it finish you It is finals time. How are you doing? Sleeping well? Eating nutritious meals? Keeping your life in balance? No? If you are like most students, you are too busy to take care of yourself. You have papers to write, assignments to finish, exams to cram for; your diet consists of junk food and soda, and you get up from your desk only to go to the bathroom or get another bag of chips. You might get through it without getting sick. Or not. Our clinic is filled from opening until closing time these days, and it’s no wonder: All that stress wreaks havoc on your immune system. Thankfully, there are a few simple things you can do to minimize the damage you are doubtless inflicting upon yourself. Food — You don’t have time to fix three squares a day with fresh vegetables and whole grains? Fair enough. But you don’t have to resort to greasy fast food or sugary candy. Fatty fast food is likely to give you a stomachache and make you feel sluggish. Candy will give you a sugar rush followed by a sugar crash. Aim to eat at least two real meals a day MARCH 2011 in them and featuring a vegwith 16, protein etable or fruit. Between meals, carry a baggie of nuts and dried fruits. You can get pre-made trail mix or make your own. Peanuts, raisins, almonds, dried cranberries — whatever sounds good to you. If you snack on this, you’ll find your energy level stays more even, with no bellyaches or crashes. Drink — This time of year people tend to overdo the caffeine and skimp on the
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Walk-off win wraps up series Senior infielder Kaity Ingram celebrates with sophomore infielder Mia Hignojos after another â€œone, two, threeâ€? inning during WednesdayÂ´s second game against UTEP at Lobo Field. The Lobos won the first game 6-5 and the second 4-2.
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The New Mexico softball team was able to snap its four-game losing streak on Wednesday and extend UTEPâ€™s downward skid in the process. UNM snatched a 6-5 win in the first game of a doubleheader at Lobo Field. The Lobos gave up a two-run lead in the top of the seventh inning, allowing the Miners to tie the game at five. But with two runners on base in the bottom of the seventh, freshman catcher Naomi Tellez hit a single that drove in senior infielder Kaity Ingram for the win. Senior pitcher Kaela DeBroeck (7-9) earned the victory by throwing seven innings, allowing five runs with seven strikeouts. Freshman outfielder Mariah Rimmer went 4-for-4 with one home run, three scored runs and two runs batted in. Ingram said the work in practice contributed to the highpressure win. â€œI was excited because I just wanted to get on base,â€? Ingram
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said. â€œIn practice weâ€™ve been working on putting the ground on the ball. Naomi (Tellez) did what she was supposed to do and good things happened.â€? Ingram managed to extend her hitting streak to six games on Wednesday. New Mexico needed only one inning of offensive production to earn a 4-2 win in the second game against UTEP. The Lobos scored all four runs off of three hits and two walks in the first inning. The Lobos are now 16-5 when scoring first and 10-4 when scoring in the first inning. Freshman pitcher Lauren Soles (9-13) pitched seven innings, giving up two runs on six hits. Five Lobos each had a hit. Head coach Erica Beach said the two wins were encouraging. â€œIt was really good to get two wins today,â€? she said. â€œThey were well-fought and competitive. Those are fun to be a part of.â€? New Mexico (21-29, 3-9 MWC) remains in sixth place in the Mountain West Conference, but
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It took a little more than two months, but the New Mexico baseball team is back in the rankings. The Lobos were ranked No. 21 nationally coming into the season but dropped out of the top 25 after losing their opening series against Oklahoma State. This week, Baseball America has UNM at No. 24 in its most recent poll. This is the fourth time in head coach Ray Birmingham’s six years that the team has been ranked. “We’re not going to let that go to our heads,” Birmingham said. “It doesn’t mean a whole lot, because you can be nationally ranked and lose in the first round of the playoffs.”
UNM has won seven straight games and six straight series overall. The team hasn’t lost a series since being swept by Nebraska on March 2 and 3. The Lobos’ first game versus the Cornhuskers on March 1 was canceled due to inclement weather. Birmingham attributes the winning streak to the team’s pitching. “It’s been a challenge … mainly on the pitching side because there’s been a whole bunch of different guys being a Friday, Saturday or Sunday starter,” he said. “Our biggest question mark coming into the season was pitching. Our bullpen was struggling early, but we’ve got it fixed now.” On Sunday UNM was down 8-1 versus Nevada after six innings. The Lobos went into the top of the ninth trailing 10-7 but managed to score eight runs in the inning for a final score of 15-11, its second consecutive Mountain West Conference sweep. “The fight in these kids and the determination of these kids has definitely been inspiring to me,” Birmingham said. “Sunday was an example of that.”
Starting today and through the weekend, UNM (24-16, 14-4 MWC) hosts UNLV (27-13, 11-7 MWC) for a critical three-game series. The firstplace Lobos lead the Rebels by three wins in the MWC standings. UNLV has won four of its last five games, including a three-game sweep of San Diego State last weekend. Out of the Rebels’ 18 conference contests, 11 have been one-run games, i.e, games in which the final scores were one point apart. “They’ve won a lot of games late, so that seventh, eighth and ninth inning, you really have to watch them,” Birmingham said. “They believe that they can come back and win — so do we.” Fan Appreciation Weekend All three games against UNLV this weekend are free for everyone. Baseball vs. UNLV Friday at 3:05 p.m. Saturday at 1:05 p.m. Sunday at 1:05 p.m. Lobo Field
Aaron Sweet / Daily Lobo Freshman infielder Sam Haggerty slides safely into second base in the match versus New Mexico State last week at Lobo Field. UNM will face UNLV in a threegame series starting today.
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Huailun Liu, Collaborative Piano 6:00pm – 7:00pm Keller Hall Master of Music Degree Recital.
58th Annual Nizhoni Days Pow-wow “Honoring our Alumni” 10:00am – 1:00pm Johnson Field Gourd dance, All dancers and drums welcome!
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Alpha Alarm. 505-296-2202. SUMMER SALES AND Leadership Internship. 157 year old exchange program for students of all major and classiﬁcations. Average UNM student makes $8,600 per summer. Call Patrick 575-644-6462. PERFECT FULL TIME Summer Job.
Alpha Alarm. 505-296-2202. TALIN MARKET IS now hiring all posi-
tions: cashier, customer service, wait staff, kitchen assistant, stocker. Please pickup an application @ 88 Louisiana Blvd SE. PT PROGRAMMER, 20-25 hrs/week. Small consulting ﬁrm in NE ABQ. Applicant must have background in computer science or related ﬁeld and will develop commodity and stock market price analysis and modeling software. Solid foundation in object oriented coding preferably with C++ and/or C#. Send resume, available hours, and hourly rate required to drcsolutions@g mail.com FALL 2013 TEACH and Learn in Korea
(TaLK) sponsored by Korean government. $1,300~400/mo. (15hrs/wk) + airfares, housing, medical insurance. Must have completed two years of undergraduate. Last day to apply: 5/31/13. Please visit the website www.talk.go.kr
Child Care CAREGIVERS AND ASSISTANTS for top-quality after-school and summer child care program. Play sports, take ﬁeld trips, make crafts, be goofy, have fun and be a good role model. Learn, play, and get paid for doing both! $9/hr plus paid holidays, paid planning time, paid preparation time, and great training with pay raises. Apply at 6501 Lomas Blvd NE, 9:30 – 2:30 M-F. Call 2962880 or visit www.childrens-choice. org ; UNM Work-study encouraged to apply.
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