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Nontraditional student looks to give back By Anthony Jackson @TonyAnjackson College is a place for growth and experience, in addition to learning outside of the classroom. For one particular undergraduate, college has been a journey full of life lessons. Chris Torres, an undergraduate graduating with a degree in chemical and biological engineering, considers himself a “nontraditional” college student. “(My time at UNM) has been a journey to say the least,” Torres said. “I was a nontraditional student — I started off in school older than most of my peers.” He said by knowing when to joke around, he was not vexed by the age difference between him and his peers in college. “I really had to learn when to be serious, and when not to be serious. I probably lean more to the not-so-serious part of the time, and that helped me connect with some of my peers,” Torres said. Torres said he describes himself as a “kid at heart,” and began his college career at the Central New Mexico Community College. He started studying electrical engineering before transferring to UNM two years later. He switched his major in his first year at UNM and said he has not looked back since. Torres described his coursework at the University as challenging, and said there was a time when he was on the verge of a mental breakdown. “There were times we had to do group work with some people I don’t necessarily like, or they don’t do the best work, and it becomes difficult,” he said. “There have been times where your patience is tried and you think you

can’t do it, and there have been times that I’ve doubted myself, but with the support of my peers and my network — taking classes with all these students for three years together — really helped me get by and get where I am now.” Without his support network — consisting of his girlfriend, friends and campus clubs — Torres said he would not have succeeded, and that students should reach out to peers and mentors. “It really empowers you knowing that you all are going to be doing something great in the future,” Torres said, adding that it is not about “how smart you are, but how hard you work.” Torres said some of his lighter memories at the University are from his department’s end of year barbecues and attending national conferences with members from his engineering honors society, Tau Beta Pi, to promote integrity and professionalism in engineering. “(Getting to know your peers) really helps to go out to a different place, to go party (and) have fun, while also getting the professional part of it and cooking meals together when you’re in a different city. It’s really nice to get to know who you’re working with,” Torres said. Torres started a project within Tau Beta Pi that gives back to the community and keeps a portion of New Mexico’s highways clean. He calls the project his “baby.” “We picked mile marker 206 to 207 on I-25, south of Albuquerque, and we decided to go clean it up. Since we incepted this program we have had two pickup sessions where we picked up 45 bags of trash from one side of the road,” Torres said.

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Chris Torres, a self described “child at heart,” graduates with a degree in chemical and biological engineering.

He added that the project will still go on after he graduates. In addition to his involvement with extracurricular activities, Torres served as a teaching assistant for three semesters. Torres said he will attend the University of Illinois in the fall of 2018 to work toward a doctorate in chemical and biological engineering. After he attains his doctorate, Torres said he wants to give back to the academic community. “I’ve learned a lot through life experiences. I’m not a traditional student and I always feel like I have a lot of life knowledge I can

pass on to younger generations,” Torres said. In addition to his overall future goals, Torres said he has a couple personal goals he wants to cross off his list. He said he wants to rebuild an engine, backpack across Europe and finally get around to something he has not learned. “I never learned how to swim. I had a near drowning experience as a child and that is a fear I’d like to conquer,” he said. Torres is leaving New Mexico by the end of this month, but he said he hopes his advice to struggling students will stick around for a while.

“Talk to somebody. I would say that is one of the biggest things. Don’t bottle (stress) up, because 99 times out of 100, there are a good number of students or peers going through the exact same thing as you, and a lot of the times you just need to vent. Take advantage of your support system and... Student Health and Counseling,” Torres said. Anthony Jackson is a freelance reporter with the Daily Lobo. He can be contacted at news@dailylobo. com or on Twitter @TonyAnjackson.

Aleja Allen pursues education in Irish Studies By Megan Holmen @megan_holmen Aleja Allen will be graduating on May 12 with a master’s degree in modern European history from the University of New Mexico. Allen’s graduate education focused on Irish studies, particularly comparing Derry, Northern Ireland and the Irish community in South Boston in the Civil Rights Era. According to Allen, her passion for history began as a child. Allen grew up as a third generation New Mexican in Pie Town, New

Mexico. She had academically debilitating dyslexia and had to be home-schooled because she could not read by the 3rd grade. However, with the help of her mother and grandmother, she began to read. Allen said the first books that she read were the American Girl books. She said she was fascinated by the historical stories and from then on out she new that history was for her. Allen said during her undergraduate career she took an Irish history class with her advisor Caleb Richardson and fell in love with Irish history and culture. “I got the support I needed

when I came to UNM,” Allen said. “The history professors here were my rocks.” According to Richardson, Allen is a passionate student that always has a strong work ethic that allows her to go above and beyond. Richardson said Allen always puts in the work necessary to reach her goals and become a competent professional. Allen’s research comparing the Irish communities of Derry, Ireland and South Boston, Massachusetts examined how the two otherwise similar communities reacted differently to the Civil Rights Movement. According to

routes at the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement. Richardson said he has no doubts that Allen will succeed. According to Allen, Richardson has always been supportive of her academic pursuits and told her she could do anything that she put her mind to. Allen has applied to three universities in Ireland and plans on moving to Ireland in the fall to pursue her doctoral degree. “She is not just interested and enthusiastic about her chosen area of study, but she is also willing to

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Student finishes her journey years, discovers her identity through education By Mikhaela Smith @MikhaelaSmith18 College can be a challenging time for many students, but first generation college student Vanessa Alvillar saw it as an opportunity to learn more about others, as well as herself. This spring, Alvillar will be completing a major in psychology with a minor in criminology. After graduation, she said she hopes to pursue a master’s degree in social work at New Mexico Highlands University and eventually become a clinical counselor. Alvillar said she was inspired to become a psychology major after taking a psychology course in high school. She said that psychology is more than just a major and has helped her understand other people. “I remember taking my first psychology class in high school,” she said, “I was a junior and I just liked the way it helped me understand myself and it helped me make connections with other people...I feel this is more than just a major — it has helped me understand the bigger picture of the world.” Although she will be graduating from the University of New Mexico, Alvillar began her college career at Central New Mexico Community College. Alvillar said starting out at CNM helped ensure her long-term success as a college student.

“It was a really good transition,” she said. “ I could not have seen myself starting off at UNM. I would have been way too overwhelmed.” Once she transferred, Alvilar said attending UNM allowed her to take interesting psychology courses, such as Positive Psychology and Psychology of Personality. She also took a Chicano and Chicana Studies course that allowed her to meet a professor whose class had a profound impact on her. “I met my (Chicana and Chicano) Studies professor, her name is Carmen Samora,” she said. “I actually met up with her last week just to let her know that her class was one of the most influential classes I have ever had. She changed my perspective on my identity... She helped me learn my history, my depth and my roots.” Although she enjoyed her time at UNM, Alvillar said the financial aspect of attending a large university was challenging. “I feel like I had to depend on financial aid a lot, and sometimes that was not always easy,” she said. “I tried paying out of pocket last semester and that drove me crazy. I just wanted to have an anxiety attack and give up, but I think going through those struggles is what helps you appreciate when you are done.” When asked what advice she would give to incoming college students, Alvillar stressed the importance of mental health.

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“I think you have to stress the importance of self-care,” she said. “You have to make sure your mental health is coming first and foremost because I think it is easy to slip and become overwhelmed, and once you’re at that point you cannot do anything else.” Brianna Gonzales has been friends with Alvillar since the two were in sixth grade. She said Vanessa has overcome many challenges during college, and said Vanessa’s education will continue to help her have a positive impact on the lives of others. “Vanessa has already impacted society with the compassion and empathy she has given to the world,” she said. “I feel like her education has little to do with her impacting society, because even in the sixth grade she was bringing smiles to people’s faces and love to their (hearts).” Despite all the challenges she has overcome, Alvillar said college is a journey that has helped her grow as a person. “I really stress the importance of (college),” she said. “It’s not just the degree that you’re in, it’s the journey that I see most important. The processes you go through, the obstacles you face — that’s what you learn.” Mikhaela Smith is a freelance reporter at the Daily Lobo. She can be contacted at news@dailylobo.com or on Twitter @MikhaelaSmith18.

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LETTERS Opiates are a trap Editor, I don’t like traps. I don’t appreciate an ambush. Right now millions of Americans, some say up to 5 million, are trapped and being ambushed by the opioid crisis.

For whom the Nobel tolls? Editor, Sure, things don’t exist in international relations, but we seem to be witnessing an impending settlement of the nearly 70-yearold Korean War. Kim Jong-un recently became the first ruler of North Korea to officially visit the South, where he conferred with president Moon Jae-in. Denuclearization and a peace treaty look like real possibilities. Kim is also working out plans for a summit with US president Donald Trump. Who gets the credit? According to Moon and 19 Republican members of the US House of Representatives, Trump is the man of the hour and deserves the Nobel Peace

I listened to a woman tell her story the other night. She spoke about how she moved into the world of drugs much the same way we see depicted on television. It seems glamorous. It seems like all successful people do it. They drink and smoke and eventually take drugs. That’s when the trap is sprung, of course. She told us about the pains and loss she had in her life, including the loss of a child, her mother and her father. A hard

life, punctuated by what seemed to be relief provided by drugs and escapism. It didn’t last long. It doesn’t work. It’s hard to see from the inside, but eventually if someone works hard they can see what’s wrong. In her case, she didn’t want to live in a car, take shelter in abandoned buildings or hang around tortured individuals whose next move might be her last. She has escaped for now. The trap is carefully rigged. Many people who are addicted and

who are hiding it started out with a prescription. Some don’t even know they are addicts. Check your medicine cabinet. Check your kids. Check yourself. If we work together we can solve this. I am glad I met that woman. She’s a great public speaker. Go beyond the pain.

Prize for bringing the two Koreas to the negotiating table. Well, maybe so. There’s a lot to happen yet — the peace process is approaching, as Winston Churchill might say, the end of the beginning rather than the beginning of the end — but the thaw undeniably came immediately after, and therefore can plausibly be attributed to months of bellicose rhetoric from Trump. If things work out, he should indeed get a good deal of credit. But frankly, I’m not sure why he would want the Nobel Peace Prize, given that trophy’s tarnished history. Four past presidents have won the prize. It’s not obvious that any of them really deserved it. Theodore Roosevelt was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1906 for his mediation work in the Russo-Japanese war. But four years prior to winning the prize, he had

busied himself overseeing the butchery of somewhere between 250,000 and a million civilians (as well as 16,000 fighters) in the Philippine-American War. Thirteen years later, after campaigning on his promise not to take the US into World War One and then promptly doing so at the cost of 116,000 American lives, Woodrow Wilson won the prize for his work in establishing the League of Nations. Most people think of Jimmy Carter, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002, as the peacenik of American presidents. It’s true that he avoided taking the US directly to war as president, but he oversaw and continued or escalated US support for regimes and actions (such as the Indonesian invasion of East Timor) that resulted in hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of deaths.

And then, of course, there’s Barack Obama. He received the prize almost immediately after his election to the presidency and before he had time to do anything of substance. Having received it, instead of going out and earning it, he continued the wars started by his own predecessors and started new ones of his own. The Nobel Peace Prize is, so far as I can tell, an annual tribute to political hypocrites who make war while talking peace. South Korea’s president is quoted by his office as saying “It’s really President Trump who should receive [the prize]; we can just take peace.” If the peace comes about, any credit accruing to Trump should buy him something more worthwhile than such a bloodstained trophy

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put in the long hours necessary to become a professional in the field,” Richardson said. Allen said one of the biggest rewards during her academic career was completing her thesis, which was about one hundred pages long. Allen said that during her undergraduate and graduate career she suffered from depression, but has found strength because of her battle with it.

Allen said she helped parent both of her younger siblings after her parents got divorced during college. After grieving her parents’ divorce and feeling much happier, she said she feels her challenges have helped her grow. “(Depression) was an obstacle, but I have found it’s really important not to give up,” Allen said. “If I give up the universe is going to win. You have to keep trying.”

Allen has been working as an assistant editor at the New Mexico Historical Review, she said, and has loved working with the authors, writing and editing. She said it was one of the most amazing and rewarding experiences. Allen hopes to someday teach at a university. She said one of her dreams is to someday have the opportunity to teach at UNM and continue the work that her professors did in inspiring students to learn about history.

“I would love to come back and teach at UNM. My department is interested in expanding the modern European section and that would be amazing,” Allen said. Megan Holmen is a freelance news and culture reporter at the Daily Lobo. She can be contacted at news@dailylobo. com, culture@dailylobo.com or on Twitter @megan_holmen.

Undocumented student finds community at UNM By Shayla Cunico @ShaylaCunico The University of New Mexico’s diverse campus community is home to students and staff from all over the world, with 2018 graduate Paola Monarrez being one of them. Monarrez originally came to New Mexico 24 years ago from Hidalgo del Parral, Chihuahua, Mexico as an undocumented immigrant. “The most wonderful thing that I found about UNM was the fact that (the University) never discriminated against me for not being a citizen,” she said. Starting at UNM in 2009, before the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was passed, Monarrez said she was very grateful that being undocumented was one of the last things that she had to worry about when pursuing her degree. “I think that being an undocumented person made me feel as if I was incarcerated in my

own city. You never feel the liberty of being able to say you can just go anywhere,” she said. Shortly after coming to UNM, Monarrez found a welcoming community at El Centro de La Raza, UNM’s Latinx resource center, after being introduced to Armando Bustamante, she said. “He offered (support), and I knew that I was with family,” Monarrez said. El Centro de La Raza offers student support and resources such as community outreach programs, learning facilities and academic development. As time went on, Monarrez said that her professors and other students made her feel more comfortable on campus, and she never felt like she didn’t belong. Monarrez first came to UNM in hopes of pursuing an undergraduate degree in Architecture, but did not get accepted as an undergrad, she said. Due to this, Monarrez began to pursue a degree in liberal arts with a concentration in

Community and Regional planning, as well as Chicano and Chicana studies. “I think that was supposed to happen,” Monarrez said. “I found poetry, due to me going into Chicano and Chicana studies, the class offered by Jessica Helen Lopez, helped me find something that I could be really good at.” Monarrez said that her most memorable moment at UNM was getting to work on models in her architecture classes, and her experience doing work in her Borderland Poetics class. Monarrez said that her plan after graduation is to take a year off to work on a poetry book and travel before applying to graduate school at the UNM school of Architecture. Shayla Cunico is a music and culture reporter with the Daily Lobo. She can be contacted at culture@dailylobo.com or on Twitter @ShaylaCunico.

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Antino Jackson turned doubt into success By Robert Maler @Robert_Maler As many people may know, student-athletes often get the benefit of receiving a scholarship to help offset the cost of attending college. They are also asked to perform well in their sport and in the classroom to earn it. Going to school isn’t always easy, and most students will be faced with a myriad of challenges along the way to earning a degree. But Antino Jackson, point guard for the UNM Lobo basketball team this past season, arguably faced more than his fair share of adversity on his way to a degree. Jackson attended school at Akron, where he also played three years of basketball as a ‘Zip’ prior to transferring to New Mexico. He said academic struggles in high school caused some programs to shy away from recruiting him and was thankful to Akron for giving him an opportunity. Charles Thomas said he was the lead recruiter on Jackson when he was trying to get him to commit to Akron. He said a childhood friend gave him a heads up about the guard and liked what he saw when he visited Houston, Texas to watch Jackson play. Not only did Jackson get himself eligible to play, he also put himself in a position where he could earn his bachelor’s degree three years into his college career. “It’s just a testament to his work ethic,” Thomas said. “He’s always been the hardest worker on the floor.” Steve McNess, the director of operations for Duquesne men’s basketball, said he thought Jackson caught a grasp of how important academics were while at Akron — not only to his success on the basketball court or in the classroom, but also in life — and he figured it out quickly. “(Jackson) is a very determined young man,” he said. “Anytime he sets his mind on something, and kind of gets fixated on it, he typically pulls it off.” After his junior year at Akron, Jackson’s head coach and several members of

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Antino Jackson looks to drive during the first half of a game against Wyoming at Thomas & Mack Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Lobos won 85-75.

the coaching staff accepted positions at Duquesne University and he was faced with a decision about where his academic and athletic pursuits would continue. He ultimately decided he wanted to transfer to another school, but needed to pass 21 credit hours during the summer semester in order to be eligible for the NCAA graduate transfer program. Jackson said history repeated itself as several coaches backed away from him again — wishing him the best of luck in his quest, but apparently unwilling to take a chance on the guard. But UNM head coach Paul Weir put his faith in Jackson, as the first-year Lobo coach tried to piece together a roster in an attempt to resurrect the basketball program. Jackson seemed to reciprocate, saying he was impressed with the coach and what he saw on his first visit to UNM, recalling the appeal of the fans, the community and the prospect of playing in The Pit. He said his main goal was to find a landing spot that would give him the opportunity to play point guard, saying he believed in his ability to make any team better. Jackson said he passed the course load — something he was proud of himself for accomplishing — and earned his degree in sports management. He said the obstacles and knowing the

path isn’t easy is part of what drives him to set and achieve goals. “That is my reason to do it,” he said. “I can talk to myself and be like ‘Man, this is a lot’... but I know it has to be done in order to do what I want to do.” That mentality is something Derek Kelly, Jackson’s friend and trainer, said he has always seen in the basketball player. Kelly is the owner of A Million Reps, an athlete training and development company, and remembers meeting Jackson at the YMCA when he was in the eighth grade. Kelly said there was something different about Jackson, that was often missing in other talented players — heart. He said he noticed Jackson and his friend running ladder drills in between games and working on ball-handling skills. Several years later, he said Jackson reached out after Kelly posted some workout videos on his Instagram page. He said Jackson wanted to get into the gym “and the rest is history.” Kelly said he didn’t really give Jackson any advice about training at altitude when he came to Albuquerque, because of his ability to adapt. He said Jackson opted to try to make things work or at least make the best of a situation, rather than run away from challenges or problems. And things didn’t seem to get an easier as Jackson still faced challenges even after arriving at UNM. The team started just 3-8 on the season and many people started referring to the campaign as a “throw-away season.” But Jackson and the rest of the players found their footing, climbing from the early hole to finish third in the conference standing and rattled off seven straight wins before eventually losing in the Mountain West Championship game. His season was littered with highlights, as the point guard helped guide the team through the choppy waters and steer them into a winning season. A YouTube video of his highlights fittingly ended with his game-winning basket over San Diego State — perhaps his defining moment at UNM — in which he jab stepped to lose his defender and knocked down a go-ahead jumper

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to help lift his team to a 79-75 victory. At one point during the season, Weir said he had never seen a player grow and learn so much as a senior — let alone a graduate transfer. Kelly said Jackson’s father deserves a lot of credit, as he noticed him instilling hard work and discipline in his son by pushing him hard at a young age. McNess mentioned that Jackson is “smart enough to know what he doesn’t know” and constantly seeks answers because he wants to absorb knowledge and get better. And Thomas simply said “that’s just the kind of guy his is”. He also noted Jackson’s desire to please people is both his biggest flaw and his greatest attribute, adding that the student-athlete has a big heart. He also said Jackson’s mother and the desire to make her happy are driving forces for Jackson, saying she is probably both his biggest fan and critic. She was able to make it to Albuquerque to see his final home game, in which he was among three seniors who were honored that night. And while Jackson’s collegiate career is now over, the bachelor’s degree and journey it took to get there are things he and his family will place a lot of value on. McNess said he’s proud of what Jackson has already accomplished and knows he is “long-term driven.” He said Jackson is a man he would be willing to bet on and believes the future is bright for him. It remains to be seen whether Jackson will continue working to obtain his master’s degree in elementary education, but the point guard said his immediate plans are to do whatever is necessary to make it to the NBA. “He’ll play until that ball stops bouncing,” McNess said. “And then I have no doubt in my mind that he’ll take all the same traits that he’s applied to basketball and apply them to life.” Robert Maler is the sport’s editor for the Daily Lobo. He primarily covers basketball and football and contributes content for various other sports as well. He can be contacted at sports@dailylobo. com or on Twitter @Robert_Maler.


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The following list is based on information gathered from the Banner database prior to our publication deadline. It has been carefully reviewed but given the number of names and evolving status of many prospective graduate’s degree status, mistakes and omissions may have occurred. Please accept our assurance that being listed or not listed here has no bearing on a student’s official graduation status.

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Nalin Iris Andersen Sumant Avasarala Firas Nazem Ayoub William Harry Barnes Grant C Bleier Sophia Bowers Yu Chen Jesse Seth Chenven Kent Edward Coombs Ninnat Dangniam David Devon Decker Elizabeth Lynne Dickson Prashant Dogra Christopher P Erwin

Andrew Richard Ferdinand Erika Taylor Gendron Mohammadreza Ghasemkhani Joan Elizabeth Green Lara Michele Gunderson Marian Irene Hamilton Christina J Hanson Miles Madison Harvey Charles Laforest Hayes Mustafa Abdo Hersi Robert C Hoy He Huang Ruslan Hummatov Anastasia Aemilia Ierides Annikka Lee Jensen Melina Denise Juarez Ralph F Kelly Ryan D Kettler Jason Cody Kimble Jeffrey Alan Knockel Philip Leo Lafreniere Brandon C Lampe Yolanda Esperanza Ledesma Silva Rachel E Levitt Jonathan A Lewis Yamhilette Licon Munoz Ayesha L Livingston Brian MacKie-Mason Reiner Martens Rebeca Martinez Gomez Cl Kieffer Nail Han Bich Nguyen Michael Joseph O’Donnell Martha Ofelia Perez Arriaga Hamed Pourbeyram Kaleibar Justin Kevin Reale Myra N Roberts Sephira A Ryman Daniel John Sandoval Sheryl Ann Singerling

Chance R Strenth Mohammad Tayarani David Edward Weirich Robert James Zayas Kayla R Zehr Catherine Marie Zemlick Bojun Zhang Xu Zhang Xuechen Zhu MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

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Ali A Al Gahmi Patrick Louis Aspaas Batoul Baigmoradi Max T Boruff Adriana Casas Matthew George Cooper Gabriel Itzai Gaytan Alaa Suliman Hamid Joshwa Allen Hernandez Prasad Ramchandra Kamte Chaitanya Korra Rafael J Milla Cheyenne Sumner Moore Sneha Murali Jannatul Ferdous Nipa Adriana E Onate Darby K Prendergast Nikita Arvind Purohit Ifreet Rahima Jesus Manuel Rendon Elias Alexandro Rodriguez Farrokh Rostami Kia Lorenzo A Ruiz Melika Seyedakefi Ronak Bimal Shah Bethany Marie Walker MASTER OF ARTS Candidates for Degree, Spring 2018

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Nevarez Gabriel Encinias Charis Lillene Fleshner Brent Colby Gates Diego Miguel Gomez Caroline T Graham Candidates for Degree, Steven Daniel Howe Spring 2018 Amy Elizabeth Johnson Janill Spring Kohler Hollis Lockwood Moore Priscilla Ohta Jess Peri MASTER OF Sallie Angela Scheufler COMMUNITY Nicholas Clifford Simko & REGIONAL Faerl Marie Torres Crystal Joyce Zanders PLANNING Candidates for Degree, Molly Beth Zimmer Spring 2018 MASTER Maria Soledad Anda OF HEALTH Gordillo ADMINISTRATION Alan S Dominguez Candidates for Degree, Brett M Feldhahn Spring 2018 Roman Matthew Lopez Valoree Jean Althoff Megan Danielle Lovato Stetson Lea Berg MASTER OF Jason Ray Flores MANUFACTURING David M Hopper Mickayla M Karikari ENGINEERING Candidates for Degree, David Anthony Medrano Karen Marie Randall Spring 2018 Valerie April Toledo Kimberly M Rogulich Renee Michelle Ward MASTER OF MASTER OF ENGINEERING LANDSCAPE Candidates for Degree, Spring 2018 ARCHITECTURE Deepak Bhatta Candidates for Degree, Hari Krishna Dhamala Spring 2018 Abigail K Hoffmann Viviane Kaciope Beluse

Lance A Martinez Kenna S O’Connell Rolanda L Pana Asmita N Patel Camille A Rivera Candidates for Degree, Maurisa Anne Romero Matthew S Rothstein Spring 2018 Vittoria Rose Totaro Richard Lee Dickinson Peter Lawrence Wells Elizabeth Lynn Gatica Steven Matthew Gomez Tenzin Yonten MASTER OF Ronald Ryan Garan Hernandez PUBLIC HEALTH Heather Dawn House Candidates for Degree, Spring 2018 Darin Hunsinger Lionel Michael Candelaria Jonathan Daniel Lightcap Nina H Greenberg Tyler Bryce Lischynski Kaitlyn Connor Murphy- Celina L Martinez Belinda Vicuna White Lara Patton MASTER OF Jonathan Grijalva SCIENCE Rodriguez Candidates for Degree, Spring 2018 Nicole Alyssa Sanchez Aaron Vicente Aguilar Lisa Margaret White Tarik Zuhier Mohammad MASTER Alhmoud OF PUBLIC Akashia Lee Allen ADMINISTRATION Theyab Rashed G Alsenani Candidates for Degree, Raisa Carmen Andeme Ela Spring 2018 Matthew Anthony Baca Farah Waleed Heider Sulgi Daniel Bak Anabtawi Phoenix Baldez Bernadette Dorothy Baca Karishma Bansal Sally Anne Barker Manish Bhattarai Krystle Dawn Bowman Brian Matthew Billstrand Sharon Lynn Bydonie Jason W Booher John Cannella Teofilo Borunda Duque Hugo G Cano Nicholas Lee Buonaiuto Janice A Duran Sandra E Burdick Ryan H Edgington Sage Byrne Elizabeth Ann Fischer Alan Adrian Chavez Martin Michael Gutierrez Madelaine Seow Chavez Kathryn Savino Gutierrez Dakota Mitchell Cox Lawrence Kuan Kwei Alyssa Nicole Dalton Megan Danielle Lovato Jared D DiDomenico Brianne A Lucero Evelyn A Dohme

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UNM/CNM STUDIOS, 1BDRM, 2BDRMS,

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1 BLOCK FROM UNM. 1BDRM duplex. Hardwood floors Skylights. Driveway parking. $515/mo +gas. 505-506-5814. W/ FREE utilities, 1 block UNM. Call 505-246-2038. kachina-properties.com. 1515 Copper NE. $485-510/mo. Ask move-inspecial. Open house: Saturday, May 12, 10am-3pm.

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DUPLEX FOR RENT 3BDRM, 2BA,

w/d. Fenced yard, pets okay. Offstreet parking. 321 Stanford SE. $1295/mo. +$1250dd. Available now. 362-0837.

Rooms For Rent SUMMER ROOM UNM/NOB Hill, fence/-

yard, patio, free wi-fi, water, sewer, garbage. $400/mo. 505-419-3866.

2 ROOMATES FOR nice townhouse. Near UNM, 2 1/2BA, w/d, $450/mo +utilities. Available June 1st. pecoraje@law.unm.edu

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Akambe Annankra Daniel C Clarke Connor Patrick Dunlop Danian B Flores Brian James Harris Matthew B Liguori Lachlan Cerran Osborne Tyler Blaine Pientka David T Rhodes Brianna V Salazar Adiel Andres Sanchez Erich S Schoenberg Julie A Smith Sindhuja Surapaneni

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Theodore Calvin Weatherwax Kathryn Welch Michael Ray Wentzel James Michael Winer Peter William Yeo Yana Zemkova Zhong Zheng DOCTOR OF PHYSICAL THERAPY

Candidates for Degree, Spring 2018

Natasha Ana Aguilar Amryn E Ayres Clark Janssen Bearsmith Abigail Charlotte Beene Ashley M Bunting Andrea Celeste Caruana Asael Checketts Zachary Adam Chenoweth William E Clinger Christopher H Edwards Chris Thomas Ellefson Aimee L Georgina Aaron S Goldstein Ryan M Hotchkiss Kelly Hope Jones Nicholas S Larkin Amy M Link Tristan Sullivan Malin Juan Adrian Martinez Margaret Quinn McConville Thy Anh Ngo Kelly Redmond Thomas Compton Render Molly C Sher Megan Striedel Daniel Tarango MASTER OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY Candidates for Degree, Spring 2018

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College of Nursing

Carolyn Montoya, Dean DOCTOR OF NURSING PRACTICE

Candidates for Degree, Spring 2018

Eileen M Broich Nancye J Cole Melissa Cole Louise Ann Crozier Kathleen D Davis George Marie Dresden Annabelle C Gerhardt Ryan James Harris Brenda Janine Holley

Megan R Martinez Shaun Michael Nalamlieng Thao Thu Nelson Huyen Phuc Bao Nguyen Henry Ofori Jesus I Olivas Michael David Padilla College of Lindsey Grace Pearce Pharmacy Crysta Lynn Peterson Tai Tien Phan Donald Godwin, Hanako Hirose Pitera Dean Yazmin L QuijanoDOCTOR OF Gonzalez Mohannad R Rashid PHARMACY Candidates for Degree, Alexa Erin Riccobene Spring 2018 Sarah A Rosenthal Joaquin Carlos Acosta Cristina Maria Saiz Alauna Nicole Aguilar Mary Prescillianna Salazar David Girard Archuleta Priscilla Renne Sanchez Feliz Rhiannon Archuleta Kayla Marie Sanchez Alexa Marie Argyres Newell Yasmine Hussein Awad Adam Michael Sandoval Ferriell Alexzandria Bartlett Danielle Schavz Jordan Brent Barton Pete J Sedillo Megan E Bass Cora Elizabeth Seidler Matthew L Begay-Bruno Jeffrey Tyler Stewart Jason Ryan Boberg Ian E Taylor Teofilo Borunda Duque Herman Manuel Trujillo Joshua T Brannan Leah Nicole Wagner Jaron T Cadena William Alexander Wehner Melinda Anne Chappell Rutger A Weinkauf Alejandra Virginia Chavez School of Law Hal Curtis Clark Alfred Mathewson Kevin E Collier Meghan Leigh Cullen and Sergio Pareja, Colton R Dant Co-Deans Phillip R Davis JURIS DOCTOR Princely-Roy Nunka Dikuba Candidates for Degree, Connor Stephen Doolittle Spring 2018 Morgan Nicole Duval Garrett William Adcock Amre A Elmaoued Chelsea E Allen Joseph Clint Estrada Marwan A Alsaidi Dayna Shea Fletcher Devon Marie Aragon Eric Brian Garcia Martinez Daniel Lee Goldberg Andre Kirk Archuleta Gabriel Vicente Gomez Liliana Benitez De Luna Brittany Michele Haggard Shane Patrick Briley Rachel M Hartwig Anne Rothrock Burke Kirby Amanda Hali Herrera Erin Leigh Chavez Samantha A Housey-Calico Daniel Francis D’Addio Robert Wayne Howard Kirsten L Dick Angela S Huang Sean M Distor Gail Anne Hunt Lauren Dixon Tuyet N Huynh Sean Peter Dolan David Freeland Johnson David A Domingos Cody F Ko Brwyn Noel Downing Fernando Lara Hernandez Samantha Drum Cherice Marie Laughlin Kyle P Duffy Priscilla Q Le Brittany Nicole Edwards Jessica M Lewis Jane R Elliott Mo Li Michael Freebairn Daniel I Loya Venzor Eduardo Garcia Alyssa Rose Lujan Valeria Garcia Kristine N Mantohac Julio P Garcia-Carrillo Shane Anthony Martinez Ellen Geske

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School of Architecture and Planning Geraldine Forbes Isais, Dean BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ARCHITECTURE

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Matthew Ryan Albaugh Samuel Jacob Albert Tanya Dawn-Marie Aragon Arjun P Bhakta Antonio Castaneda Jaziel I Cervantes-Carreon Daniel Duran Gabriel Aurelio Espinosa Gonzalo Lorenzo Gonzalez Eli Salatiel Helbig Francis Heredia Ceballo Marissa A Hernandez Gilberto Herrera Elliot C Hield Chi Lan Thi Huynh Jackson Phillips Jones William A Levine Joshua R Lopez Jacob Matthew Lovato Donavin Au’Trevian Merritt Soren A Miller Sinclaire S Norris Manuel G Rubio Elder Ivan Sanchez Claire Alexandra Schali Morgan S Smith Stuart C Sproul Alexander Francisco Stone Thuy Gia Tran Adolfo Valles Jarrod D Watson BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING & DESIGN Candidates for Degree, Spring 2018

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Neon Desert Music Festival 2018 Presented by: Scoremore Shows Sat. May 26 & Sun. May 27 Tickets and line-up at neondesert.com Outpost Performance Space Student discounts and rush tickets available. www.outpostspace.org

THU

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10

7:30PM

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JOHN RAYMOND & REAL FEELS NY-based indie rock and jazz trumpeter with guitar and drums

INPOST ARTSPACE

MAY RECEPTION:

11

Theta Scapes: New Paintings and 5:00PM Drawings by Jon Pearson

SUN

GAMELAN ENCANTADA

13

NM’s own Southeast Asian percussion ensemble

FRI

ROUST THE HOUSE

18

Teen Performance Night

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Salt & Board We specialize in cured meat and cheese boards, gourmet toasts, pressed sandwiches and salads. We also feature an approachable wine list and craft beers you won’t find everywhere else! Open Wednesday 11am – 11pm www.facebook.com/saltandboard

Salt & Board We specialize in cured meat and cheese boards, gourmet toasts, pressed sandwiches and salads. We also feature an approachable wine list and craft beers you won’t find everywhere else! Open Friday 11am – 11pm www.facebook.com/saltandboard

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Truman Health Services 272-1312, www.unmtruman.com

Dave & Buster’s Eat & Play Combo Get an entrée or appetizer + $10 power card® starting at only $17.99* (now that’s a sweet deal!) Until 5 PM on Friday & Saturday Regular Hours: 11AM–1:30 AM 2100 Louisiana Blvd NE www.daveandbusters.com

Neon Desert Music Festival 2018 Presented by: Scoremore Shows Sat. May 26 & Sun. May 27 Tickets and line-up at neondesert.com Salt & Board We specialize in cured meat and cheese boards, gourmet toasts, pressed sandwiches and salads. We also feature an approachable wine list and craft beers you won’t find everywhere else! Open Tuesday 11am – 11pm www.facebook.com/saltandboard Dave & Buster’s Eat & Play Combo Get an entrée or appetizer + $10 power card® starting at only $17.99* (now that’s a sweet deal!) All day Sunday-Thursday Regular Hours: 11AM–12AM 2100 Louisiana Blvd NE www.daveandbusters.com Truman Health Services Free and confidential Rapid HIV Testing 8am-noon 801 Encino Place NE, Suite B-6 www.unmtruman.com

Wednesday Neon Desert Music Festival 2018 Presented by: Scoremore Shows Sat. May 26 & Sun. May 27 Tickets and line-up at neondesert.com Dave & Buster’s Eat & Play Combo Get an entrée or appetizer + $10 power card® starting at only $17.99* (now that’s a sweet deal!) All day Sunday-Thursday Regular Hours: 11AM–12AM 2100 Louisiana Blvd NE www.daveandbusters.com

Thursday Neon Desert Music Festival 2018 Presented by: Scoremore Shows Sat. May 26 & Sun. May 27 Tickets and line-up at neondesert.com Salt & Board We specialize in cured meat and cheese boards, gourmet toasts, pressed sandwiches and salads. We also feature an approachable wine list and craft beers you won’t find everywhere else! Open Thursday 11am – 11pm www.facebook.com/saltandboard Dave & Buster’s Eat & Play Combo Get an entrée or appetizer + $10 power card® starting at only $17.99* (now that’s a sweet deal!) All day Sunday-Thursday Regular Hours: 11AM–12AM 2100 Louisiana Blvd NE www.daveandbusters.com Truman Health Services Free and confidential Rapid HIV Testing: 12:30-5pm 801 Encino Place NE, Suite B-6 www.unmtruman.com Outpost Performance Space John Raymond & Real Feels: 7:30 pm. NY-based indie rock and jazz trumpeter with guitar and drums Student discounts and rush tickets available. www.outpostspace.org

Friday Neon Desert Music Festival 2018 Presented by: Scoremore Shows Sat. May 26 & Sun. May 27 Tickets and line-up at neondesert.com

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Salt & Board We specialize in cured meat and cheese boards, gourmet toasts, pressed sandwiches and salads. We also feature an approachable wine list and craft beers you won’t find everywhere else! Open Sunday 11am – 10pm www.facebook.com/saltandboard

Outpost Performance Space Gamelan Encantada: 7:30pm NM’s own Southeast Asian percussion ensemble. Student discounts and rush tickets available. www.outpostspace.org Dave & Buster’s Eat & Play Combo Get an entrée or appetizer + $10 power card® starting at only $17.99* (now that’s a sweet deal!) All day Sunday 11AM–11PM

Truman Health Services 272-1312, www.unmtruman.com Outpost Performance Space Inpost Artspace Reception 5:00pm Theta Scapes: New Paintings and Drawings by Jon Pearson Student discounts and rush tickets available. www.outpostspace.org

Saturday Neon Desert Music Festival 2018 Presented by: Scoremore Shows Sat. May 26 & Sun. May 27 Tickets and line-up at neondesert.com Salt & Board We specialize in cured meat and cheese boards, gourmet toasts, pressed sandwiches and salads. We also feature an approachable wine list and craft beers you won’t find everywhere else! Open Saturday 11am – 11pm www.facebook.com/saltandboard Dave & Buster’s Eat & Play Combo Get an entrée or appetizer + $10 power card® starting at only $17.99* (now that’s a sweet deal!) Until 5 PM on Friday & Saturday Regular Hours: 11AM–1:30 AM 2100 Louisiana Blvd NE www.daveandbusters.com

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UNM graduate balances life, school and work By Donald Amble @Deambler The love for travel inspired one graduate to dedicate herself to learning what it takes to help her community. Marilyn Caro double-majored in international studies and Spanish. She completed her international studies major with a concentration in culture and arts in global perspective, and she emphasized this concentration on Latin America. During her college career she also worked two jobs, one at the Starbucks in Zimmerman Library and at Glenn Smith Valdez Law Office. She said working at these two jobs helped ingratiate her into the UNM community. “I loved interacting with so many different students and faculty at Zimmerman,” she said.

Caro said balancing two jobs and two majors was challenging at times because after long days of work she would still have to go home to study, adding that time management was something she learned throughout the years. While balancing work and school, Caro was also a member of the Alpha Chi Omega, Women’s Fraternity Alpha Gamma chapter at UNM. Members of Alpha Chi Omega are involved in many on-campus activities. Caro says the on-campus community has worked wonders for her college career. “Being in Alpha Chi Omega helped me stay involved on campus and made my college experience much more memorable.” Caro said. Caro is also confident about her future and said, “Being at UNM has broadened my leadership abilities and allowed me to prepare for the post-grad world.” Caro said she is considering joining an

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alumni organization. “I would love to stay connected and give back

to UNM any way I can. I’ve met a lot of great people on this campus and I think giving back to the community would be satisfying.” “I’m very happy with what I was able to accomplish during my time here at UNM,” Caro said. “I’ve met so many great people that have motivated me to participate in my community.” Caro said seeing her mom struggle to speak English growing up inspired her to want to help people with English as a second language in any way she can. As for right after college, Caro will continue her job at the law office. “I’ve already got a job lined up as a legal assistant, I can’t wait to grow and make a name for myself in the world,” Caro said. Donald Amble is a freelance reporter for the Daily Lobo. He can be contacted at news@ dailylobo.com or on Twitter @Deambler.

Love for animals fuels a college education By Danielle Prokop @Prokop_Dani She has always known she wanted to work with animals — her challenge was realizing that dream. Galen Alsobrook is getting her Bachelor of Sciences in biology from the University of New Mexico this May. She had started with a chemistry minor, but “realized a little too late” that chemistry did not apply to her field of study and dropped it later in her college career. Alsobrook said she is planning to take a year off to work and take some prerequisite classes for a veterinarian technician program. She has worked since her freshman semester at Arie’s Dogland, a “doggy day-care”.

Alsobrook said that she used to want to be a veterinarian, but felt that she could not compete for the limited positions in veterinary schools. “From the time when I was little to when I was about 16, I wanted to be a vet,” Alsobrook said. “I realized that I don’t have the test-taking ability to be in that competitive environment.” Alsobrook was originally from Connecticut, but moved to Corrales with her family for her father’s job when she was 7 years old. She said mostly what she remembers from that time was the giant forest in her backyard where deer would live. In Corrales, her next-door neighbors have four horses — another has cows. She said that her love for animals was

really fostered during childhood, and grew into her passion. “[Our family has] always wanted to incorporate animals into our lives,” Alsobrook said. Alsobrook said college was a good experience, but it also had some lows. She said she struggled to be engaged in her classes because biology prerequisites did not really relate to working with animals. She said one of the highs of attending UNM was finding upper-level courses such as animal behavior and research methods. Alsobrook said finding her group of “scholastic introverts” — what she describes as friends who were really engaged in classes — elevated her experience in the program.

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UNM graduate looks to explore the world By Catherine Stringam @cathey_stringam

People are often warned not to make a decision based on a relationship, but for one graduate, it led her to finding her dream job. Abigayle Goldstein is one of several hundred students graduating this weekend from the University of New Mexico. She was born and raised in New Mexico and said she always wanted to move away. She originally wanted to go to college in Arizona, but she stayed at UNM for a boy — that relationship did not last long. Goldstein remained at UNM and got her core curriculum done, unsure of what to study. She decided on English, with an emphasis on creative writing and a minor in teaching English as a second language. Like many UNM students, Goldstein said she still wanted to get out of New Mexico. She said she had an itch to travel, so when the opportunity arose, she gladly took it. She spent two weeks studying abroad in Ireland during the summer of 2016.

“I didn’t think I was going to be able to study abroad,” Goldstein said. “But once I decided I was going to go, everything just worked out.” While studying abroad, she said she befriended her classmate Rachael Cassidy, and together they experienced the rich history and culture of Ireland. After their program ended, Goldstein stayed to travel more of Europe, visiting London, Paris and many of the places she had always dreamed of seeing. “You never want to stay in your little bubble, in your corner of the world, and never see everything else there is to see,” Goldstein said, adding that traveling overseas changed her perspective and broadened her horizons. Although she said she wanted to travel more, Goldstein came back to Albuquerque. She said she had to get serious about her courses and work hard to graduate on time. As she started her senior year, she said she began preparing for the future and looking into jobs. Due to her minor in teaching English, Goldstein said there were several paths she could take after graduation. One option she said she wanted to pursue was

moving abroad to teach English in another country. Goldstein said growing up in the Albuquerque area, she has seen all the things that need help — the homelessness, crime, and poor education and foster systems. “Albuquerque is kind of a mess, and I think that’s why a lot of people want to get out of here,” she said. Many of her classmates are moving to Colorado or California for better jobs and opportunities, and she said she doesn’t blame them — however, that is not what she wants to do anymore. “The more I thought about it, I realized I could stay here and make this place — the place that raised me, the place that I love — a better place for my kids and for generations to come,” she said. After graduation, Goldstein said she hopes to stay in New Mexico and teach at the high school level. While she said she knows the pay may not be great and her impact may be small, she has a deep desire to help make a difference. “There are so many places I could travel or go, but my dream job really is to work in the Albuquerque Public Schools,” Goldstein said.

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Cassidy said she is excited for the kids who will get to have Goldstein as their passionate teacher. “Any world (Goldstein) teaches in will be a better one,” Cassidy said.

Catherine Stringam is a freelance reporter with the Daily Lobo. She can be contacted at news@dailylobo.com or on Twitter @cathey_stringam.

History major learns from past and looks to the future By Nichole Harwood @Nolidoli1 University of New Mexico student Alfred Rascon will be graduating with a bachelor’s in history, making him the first in his family to graduate. Rascon was born in Las Vegas, New Mexico and moved to Albuquerque when he was 7-years-old and chose a degree in history because of his love of the subject, he said. “It is very interesting gaining historical perspective on anything from U.S. involvement in the Middle East, to how my wife’s family and many like them came to to New Mexico,” Rascon said. “I also feel like it’s useful in every profession.” Rascon said he has not decided on what career field he plans on going into after graduation, but said he would try substitute teaching

for a while to figure out if he is interested in teaching. Additionally, Rascon said he is very interested in going into politics. “I’m not really sure what I want to do after graduation,” Rascon said. “I have many things in mind, but I haven’t really decided yet. I guess the only goals I have are to do something that makes me happy, and to contribute to society in some meaningful and potentially memorable way.”Rascon describes his overall experience at UNM as having been positive and said he feels that he learned as much outside of class as he did in class. One impactful event that Rascon said he experienced was during his spring semester of his freshman year. “I was taking a public speaking class with Ailesha Ringer. The final speech I gave was about happiness,” Rascon said. “I had experienced pretty severe depression for the first time in my

life earlier in the semester, and I wanted to share that experience with the class and talk about how I was able to overcome it. I became a little emotional during the speech as did some of my classmates. My classmates and teacher were so supportive — it’s a moment I’ll never forget.”Rascon would not have been able to get through college without the emotional and financial support of his friends and family, he said. “They were there for me, whether I needed some money for gas during a tough holiday season, or if I just needed to get a drink and unwind from a hard week,” Rascon said.Now that he is edging nearer to his graduation date, Rascon said he admits that college was tough.“I mean, there’s a whole category of memes that are about the stress that comes from college,” Rascon said. “I pulled all-nighters frequently, ate junk,

drank way too much coffee and managed personal relationships poorly. But, I also made great memories, I learned a lot and met some really cool people.” Rascon said he is grateful for his experience as a college student and overall is happy to be done. “I’ve been in school since the age of 3 when my parents decided to put me in head start a year early,” Rascon said. “I’ve been a student for 20 years. I’m excited to experience life outside of being a student.” Rascon said his final semester was not so bad as he only has two finals and a short paper due. “Some semesters I would have five papers due, or five finals to take,” Rascon said. Rascon said he thinks that with each subsequent semester, students get more cynical, but better at managing their time and assignments. He said whenever he was stressed about a deadline he would tell himself that

by the day that the assignment is due, it will either be done or it would not and advises current students to adopt the same train of thought. “Either way I won’t have to worry about it anymore, it might not seem helpful, but it did a lot to remove the stress and helped me finish the assignment,” Rascon said. Time flies and Rascon said that he still remembers being an undergrad very clearly. “It doesn’t feel like it’s been that long,” Rascon said. “Take time to enjoy yourself, even if it means putting certain things off until later. You’re only young once.” Nichole Harwood is the culture editor at the Daily Lobo. She writes for both culture and news. She can be contacted at culture@dailylobo.com or on Twitter @Nolidoli1.

Lobo Life campus calendar of events Monday-Sunday, May 7-13, 2018 Current Exhibits LOBOMANIA! UNM Sports through the Years 8:00am-5:00pm, Monday-Saturday Zimmerman Library, Frank Waters Room 105 This exhibit encompasses all the varieties of sports at UNM and explores the development of Lobo Athletics over time. The exhibit also spotlights well-known UNM athletes and coaches. People of the Southwest 9:00am-5:00pm, Tuesday-Friday Maxwell Museum of Anthropology The exhibition celebrates the cultural history of the Southwest, especially the close relationship southwestern people have had with the land around them. Two-Fold: A Pairing of Frederick Hammersley & Matthew Shlian 9:00am-5:00pm, Tuesday-Friday Tamarind Institute Matthew Shlian’s recent work alongside a selection of Frederick Hammersley’s computer drawings and Tamarind prints. As the first

artist awarded the Frederick Hammersley Artist Residency, Shlian was able to collaborate with six different printers and produce several different bodies of work during his extended residency. New Releases 9:00am-5:00pm, Tuesday-Friday Tamarind Institute This exhibition includes most recent projects completed by artists who have been invited to collaborate with Tamarind master printers. Here Now: 24th Annual Juried Graduate Exhibition 10:00am-4:00pm, TuesdaySaturday UNM Art Museum “Here Now” includes approximately 50 artworks by 26 artists, all of whom are current graduate students in University of New Mexico’s Department of Art. This dynamic and diverse group of works surveys what is happening at UNM right now and includes painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, installation, video, and performance art. Ecologies of Resistance 10:00am-4:00pm

Maxwell Museum of Anthropology Ecologies of Resistance illustrates the artistic process of the DesertARt LAB collaborative’s site-specific ecological installation in the high desert of southern Colorado, through the use of artifacts, archival materials, and botanical samples. Time & Space are None of Our Business 10:00am-6:00pm, Wednesday & Friday CFA Downtown Studio An art display featuring works by Kym Thurman, Joe Sternod, Jeremy Dellarosa, Jesse Davila, Cynthia Rockwell, Brinna Rammage, Everton Tsosie, Diana Cervantes, Ariane Crummer, and Vera Clyne. Patrick Nagatani: A Survey of Early Photographs 10:00am-4:00pm, TuesdaySaturday University of New Mexico Art Museum University of New Mexico Art Museum proudly presents Patrick Nagatani: A Survey of Early Photographs. The exhibition

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features 50 foundational works, some which have rarely been seen, and makes connections to ongoing series created by Nagatani throughout his career. Meridel Rubenstein, Eden Turned on its Side 10:00am-4:00pm, TuesdaySaturday University Art Museum Meridel Rubenstein, Eden Turned on Its Side is a major photographic artwork comprised of three parts: Photosynthesis, Volcano Cycle, and Eden in Iraq. The work is about human relationships to the environment on the scales of human time, geological time, and mythical time. Ancestors 10:00am-4:00pm, Tuesday-Friday Maxwell Museum of Anthropology This exhibit introduces our ancestors and close relatives. These ancient relatives will take you through the story in which all of our ancestors had a role. Pueblo Pottery with Clarence Cruz 11:00am-3:00pm, Monday-Friday Masley Gallery II

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Lectures & Readings Now What? Transitioning Out of College Workshop 10:00am-1:00pm Career Services Conference, Room (UAEC 220) Sponsored by UNM Career Services. Dissertation Presentation 1:00-2:00pm Centennial Science & Engineering Library, Room 3031 Amirhosein Jafari, Engineering, presents “A Decision-Making Framework for the Selection of Sustainable Alternatives for EnergyRetrofits.”

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“I have a lot more friends than I anticipated finding,” she said. She said her system of receiving support, but also providing it to those around her and made her feel centered when college got rough. Alsobrook said her boyfriend of six years, Elliott McCreary-Novak, was a source of strength during the lows. “The one thing that did help me get through college was my boyfriend actually,” she said. “I would have a breakdown, weekly (at one point). He would come to my dorm and just tell me to keep pushing and keep going, no matter what.”

Her brother, Ian Alsobrook, is a freshman pursuing a double major in biology and mechanical engineering at UNM. He said that he wanted people to know his sister’s accomplishments are not just a degree, but the way she lives her life. “Whether it’s baking, class or animal care, she puts everything she’s got into what she’s doing,” Ian Alsobrook said. The next step for Alsobrook is achieving her dream to work with animals. And while she said she has always known what she wanted to do, she said she realizes other college students may not have that luxury. She said

the key is trying to understand what you reasonably can do and what will help you in a big picture sense. “Push to your limits, don’t push past them,” Alsobrook said. “Better yet, push to find your limit.” Alsobrook said that sometimes she felt people tried to tell her to be something else in college. She said there’s a pressure of a stereotype about college kids constantly wanting to party. “Even my mom was like, ‘Why don’t you go to tailgates?’ I just never have gone to one, and I see nothing wrong with that,” Alsobrook said.

Alsobrook said that college was a great place to meet like-minded friends and explore. But for her, it’s always been a means to her end — working with animals. “I know people always say college is where you go to find yourself (and) that’s true. But for me personally, I knew who I was before I came here,” Alsobrook said. Danielle Prokop is a freelance reporter with the Daily Lobo. She can contacted at news@ dailylobo.com or on Twitter @ProkopDani.

UNM provides student with int’l experience By Hazel Simmons @hazsimmons Amelia Fasting, a soon-to-be graduate with a dual bachelor’s in political science and international studies, has spent her last two years of college studying at the University of New Mexico. Fasting spent her freshman and sophomore year at Louisiana Tech University, and later transferred to UNM to finish her last years of school. Coming from a military family, Fasting has lived in a variety of places, but said she decided that New Mexico was where she resonated most with as her home. “UNM is such a unique place, it has such a different environment from my old college. It has a good energy and that’s really what I like about it here,” Fasting said. After bouncing between a variety of majors and future careers, Fasting said she eventually landed on international studies and political science and has been studying hard in these fields ever since. “It’s easy to get caught up in what everyone else is doing, but UNM and being in school has really helped me figure out who I am and what I want to do,” Fasting said. She said while figuring out

what she wanted to study at school, she found herself thinking too far into the future. “I realized I needed to be focusing on what I want to do in the here and now, and realizing that made a big difference,” Fasting said. As a part of her international studies major, Fasting spent a summer attending Dongguk University, a private university in Seoul, South Korea. She said this was made possible by UNM’s resources and the wide variety of opportunities regarding international exchange and travel opportunities. “UNM has so many resources and opportunities, I recommend that all students take advantage of them while they can. There are so many options for students, and so many things to do on campus as well,” Fasting said. Fasting gives her friends and the many events on campus much of the credit for her positive college experience, and the support system she gained during school. “The friendships I have made, and people that I have met, have made my years at UNM much more enjoyable. There’s so much to do on campus and so many ways to meet people.” Fasting has spent her years at UNM working hard toward her academic standing, and has made many connections and friendships along the way.

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“(Fasting) is an amazing person and student — she works so hard, gives everything her all, and truly goes above and beyond in everything, all while staying true to herself,” said Tanya Mejia, a third year UNM criminology

student and close friend of Fasting. After graduation, Fasting said she hopes to get a career doing research in East Asia.

Hazel Simmons is a freelance reporter with the Daily Lobo. She can be contacted at news@dailylobo.com or on Twitter @hazsimmons.

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Student Groups & Gov. UNM Dream Team 5:00-6:30pm SUB Acoma A&B Global One to One 7:00-9:00pm SUB Luminaria UNM Entrepreneurs 7:30-9:00pm SUB Isleta

Student Groups & Gov. Survivors Writing Together 2:30-4:00pm UNM Comprehensive Cancer Center, Room 1048 Discover the healing power of writing to express thoughts and feelings. No prior writing experience needed; spelling & grammar do not matter. This group is offered in partnership with Cancer Support Now. Conceptions Southwest 3:30-4:30pm Honors Forum Young Americans for Liberty Meeting 6:30-8:30pm SUB Amigo Young Americans for Liberty is a liberty based non-profit dedicated to identifying, educating, and empowering youth activists on the UNM campus.

Tuesday Campus Events Rapid HIV Testing 10:00am-2:00pm LGBTQ Resource Center Free and anonymous HIV testing through the New Mexico Department of Health. Results are available twenty minutes after the test.

Theater & Film Les Misérables 7:30-10:00pm Popejoy Set against the backdrop of 19th century France, Les Misérables tells an unforgettable story of heartbreak, passion, and the resilience of the human spirit.

Sport & Recreation UNM Baseball vs New Mexico State University 6:30-9:30pm Santa Ana Star Baseball Complex

Meetings UNM HSC Committee Meeting 8:30-9:30am Scholes Hall, Roberts Room Staff Council Events Committee 9:00-10:00am Parish Library, Room 210 Meditation and Relaxation Group 10:30-10:50am UNM Comprehensive Cancer Center, Meditation Room, 3rd Floor

A guided meditation, relaxation and imagery group to help ease stress and improve coping. Open to patients, loved ones and staff. Staff Council Executive Committee 12:00-1:00pm University Club

Wednesday Campus Events

Peace Circle 5:30-6:00pm Front of UNM Bookstore Silent prayer circle for peace.

respond to treatment better, have fewer breaks in your treatment and keep the cancer from coming back. Offered by the UNM Cancer Center’s Patient & Family Services. Consulting Consortium 4:00-5:30pm SUB Alumni Discuss case studies and work with local businesses towards sustainable development.

Art & Music Autumn Scott, Voice Senior Recital 8:00-9:30pm Keller Hall Free to attend.

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Dissertation Presentation 11:00am-12:00pm Logan Hall, Room 156 Belinda Vicuna, Psychology, presents “Religiosity/Spirituality and Cancer Risk Assessment for Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer: Latina and Non-Latina Women in New Mexico.”

Les Misérables 7:30-10:00pm Popejoy Set against the backdrop of 19th century France, Les Misérables tells an unforgettable story of heartbreak, passion, and the resilience of the human spirit.

Dissertation Presentation 1:00-2:00pm Technology and Education Center, Room 220 George Jacob, Special Education, presents “The Support Needs of First Generation Immigrant Families with Sons and Daughters with Disabilities.” Mission Nutrition - Healthy Eating During Cancer Treatment 1:30-2:30pm 1201 Camino de Salud NE, Room 1604 Feel better during your treatment by learning to maintain your weight and muscle. You might also

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Student Groups & Gov. Meditation 9:00-10:00am WRC Group Room Signal Transduction and Trafficking Journal Club 12:00-1:00pm CRF Room 204 Salud Toastmasters Club 12:00-1:00pm Domenici West, Room B-116 Network with others from HSC and the rest of UNM to improve your communication and leadership skills.

El Centro Study Nights 4:00-8:00pm Mesa Vista Hall, El Centro Conference Room CAPS Tutors available, coffee and snacks provided by El Centro. World Folk Art Weekly Meeting 5:00-6:00pm SUB Isleta Strategy sessions to promote folk art and a commemorative swatch for the 15 year celebration of the International Folk Art Market. BSU Women’s Bible Study 5:30-6:30pm Baptist Student Union Study the book of Romans and learn how to live confidently and in peace in a crazy world. Campus Crusade for Christ Meeting 6:00-8:45pm SUB Sandia Divorce Options Support Group 6:00-8:00pm State Bar Center, 5121 Masthead NE

Meetings Caregivers Group 10:30-11:30am UNM Comprehensive Cancer Center, Room 1048 A caregiver support group for family and friends of cancer patients. This group will explore coping skills and techniques by providing a safe environment to share concerns and difficulties in cancer care. Second and third Wednesdays of the month.

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Thursday Campus Events

Health Professions School of Medicine Convocation 8:00-9:00am Kiva Auditorium, Albuquerque Convention Center College of Fine Arts Convocation 10:00-11:00am KiMo Theatre MD, PhD & MD/PhD School of Medicine Convocation 10:00-11:00am Kiva Auditorium, Albuquerque Convention Center 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. College of Nursing Convocation 3:00-4:00pm Dreamstyle Arena College of Pharmacy Convocation 3:00-4:00pm Kiva Auditorium, Albuquerque Convention Center International Convocation

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Dissertation Presentation 9:00-10:00am Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy, Downstairs Conference Room Patricia Rodriguez Espinosa, Psychology, presents “Psychological Factors and the Relation Between Neighborhood Conditions and Latino Health: A Mixed Methods Study.”

Les Misérables 7:30-10:00pm Popejoy Set against the backdrop of 19th century France, Les Misérables tells an unforgettable story of heartbreak, passion, and the resilience of the human spirit.

Thesis Presentation 11:00am-12:00pm Ortega Hall, Room 323D Anna Adams, Foreign Languages Literatures, presents, “Subjectivity in Yoko Tawada’s Das nackte Auge.”

Genomics Journal Club 9:00-10:00am CTRC, Room 240

Dissertation Presentation 11:30am-12:30pm Zimmerman Library, Waters Room Carolyn McSherry, American Studies, presents “The Territorial Politics of the New York Botanical Garden, 1891-1917.” Dissertation Presentation 12:00-1:00pm Logan Hall, Room 112 Kylee Hagler, Psychology, presents “Drinking Norms and College Student Alcohol Outcomes: Systematic Review and MetaAnalysis.” Dissertation Presentation 2:00-3:00pm Johnson Center, Room 118 James McCormick, Health Exercise & Sports Science, presents “Mechanisms of autophagy in prediabetic individuals compared to controls in response to acute exercise and rapamycin treatment in peripheral blood mononuclear cells.” Supportive Listening 101 3:30-4:00pm Women’s Resource Center In this 30 minute presentation you’ll learn the essential DO’s and DONT’s

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Biochemistry and Biology Journal Club 12:00-1:00pm BRF, Room 218

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Journal With The Women’s Resource Center 4:00-5:00pm WRC Group Room

SGI Buddhist Club 5:00-6:00pm SUB Amigo Bring out happiness within your life and those around you.

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Campus Crusade for Christ Weekly Meeting 6:00-9:00pm SUB Santa Ana A&B Graduate Christian Fellowship Bible Study 6:00-9:00pm SUB Alumni Lobo Toastmasters Meeting 6:30-7:30pm SUB Trailblazer/Spirit

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College of Population Health Convocation 10:00-11:00am UNM Continuing Education Latin American Convocation 1:00-2:00pm Hibben Center

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Biochemistry Convocation 2:00-3:00pm Domenici Auditorium Speech and Hearing Sciences Convocation 2:00-3:00pm National Hispanic Cultural Center

Cell and Molecular Basis of Disease (CMBD) Club 12:00-1:00pm Fitz Hall, Room 303

Charge 7:00-10:00pm SUB Acoma InterVarsity Christian Fellowship Weekly group gathering of fun, worship, and teaching.

Cardiovascular Physiology Journal Club 4:00-5:00pm Fitz Hall, Room 205

Something Rehearsal 7:00-9:00pm SUB Isleta

Advanced Lobo Leaders Meeting 4:00-10:00pm SUB Cherry/Silver

Hobbit Society End of Year Bash 7:00-9:00pm Honors Forum

Earth and Planetary Sciences Convocation 3:00-4:00pm Northrop Hall, Room 122

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.

Sprechtisch - Deutsch Klub 7:30-10:00pm Carraro’s & Joe’s Place, 108 Vassar Dr SE Meet in a friendly atmosphere to practice speaking German.

English Convocation 3:00-4:00pm Rodey Theater

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

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Meetings CL Neuroradiology Conference 2:00-3:00pm Family Medicine Center, Room 420

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“Broad Spectrum Revolution” in Northern Thailand.” Thesis Presentation 11:00am-12:00pm Logan Hall, Room 206 Isabel Solis, Psychology, presents “Neurobehavioral Signatures of Children-Victims of Bullying.” Physics and Astronomy Colloquium 3:30-4:30pm Physics & Astronomy, Room 190 Dr. Valerie K. Otero, presents “Quantum Matter Built from Nanoscopic Lattices of Atoms and Photons.”

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Autumn Scott, Viola and Karen Kelly, Violen Joint Junior Recital 2:00-3:30pm Keller Hall Free to attend.

Spring 2018 Commencement and Installation 9:00am-1:00pm Dreamstyle Arena

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Workshop: Interacting with Data APIs using Python 9:00-11:00am Centennial Science & Engineering Library, DEN 2 This free workshop is part of the Code & Coffee Series. Sessions provide an introduction and overview of technical topics. All sessions are free to the UNM community and open to any level of coding ability.

Les Misérables 8:00-10:30pm Popejoy Set against the backdrop of 19th century France, Les Misérables tells an unforgettable story of heartbreak, passion, and the resilience of the human spirit.

Dissertation Presentation 10:00-11:00am Anthropology, Room 178 Cyler Conrad, Anthropology, presents “Mainland Southeast Asia in the Longue Dure: A Zooarchaeological Test of the

LULAC Council advances the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, health, housing and civil rights of the Latino population of Albuquerque and the surrounding area.

Student Groups & Gov. Neuroscience Journal Club 9:00-10:00am Fitz Hall, Room 243 League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) 7:30-8:45pm SUB Cherry/Silver

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