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detain demonstrators during protest on UNM campus against conspiracy theorist Charlie Kirk

Local student group chapter holds an event for Turning Point USA founder

This story was originally pub lished by Source New Mexico

State Police in riot gear showed up at the Student Union Building at the University of New Mexico dur ing a peaceful protest and detained three protesters of color on Wednes day, Nov. 30.

The protest was held in response to Turning Point USA’s UNM chapter hosting a speaking event on campus with Charlie Kirk, the founder and president of the national conserva tive group.

Kirk, in a now deleted tweet, said the organization was “hon ored” to send  “busloads of

patriots to DC to fight for the presi dent” on Jan. 6 and is known for spreading false claims of 2020 election fraud and misinforma tion about COVID, among other far-right, extremist views. He’s also known for stoking racism, and for homophobic and transphobic hate speech.

At UNM, a crowd started gath ering outside the Student Union Building around 5 p.m. intending to drown Kirk out with sound — blast ing music, banging pots and pans, drumming on buckets and chant ing. UNM Police and hired security looked on. Two hours later, when Kirk was scheduled to speak, fewer than 100 protesters remained with some on the ramp near the building.

That’s when State Police offi

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ASUNM senate calls for increased funding to UNMPD

Senate approves changes to hiring process, elects new president pro-tempore

The Associated Students at the University of New Mexico voted to approve a resolution calling for an increase in funding for the UNM Police Department during their last full senate meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 30. The approval comes in the wake of a deadly shooting that took place on UNM campus re sulting in the death of one UNM student and another NMSU stu dent being injured.

A resolution is a piece of leg islation whose purpose is to reflect the opinion of the ASUNM senate. ASUNM President Ian May, who plans to sign the reso

lution, said in an interview with the Daily Lobo that while a res olution doesn’t “tangibly” do anything, this resolution spe cifically demonstrates a large amount of thought and hard work on behalf of the senate toward finding an answer to the question of safety.

“I think a huge benefit of put ting a lot of effort and research into a resolution … is being able to actually have some weight to (it) ... And then taking that out of ASUNM and into administration to actually hopefully affect some real change,” May said.

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Mackenzie Schwartz / Daily Lobo / @Mackenzid5 A UNMPD officer handcuffs a UNM law student, Diego Guerrerortiz, during a protest against Turning Point speaker Charlie Kirk outside of the Student Union Building on Wednesday, Nov. 30. Mackenzie Schwartz / Daily Lobo / @Mackenzid5 Two University of New Mexico police cars parked outside of the Student Union Building.
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cers ran up in riot gear, formed a line and began physically pushing demonstrators back.

“I really thought that if we were just standing there, that maybe they’d stop. I didn’t have any weap ons. None of us did,” community activist Lisa Christopherson said. “And none of us were hitting, punching them or anything. Really just standing there.”

UNM Law student Diego Guer rerortiz saw Christopherson being tackled and pointed at her, he said. They also kicked him while he was on the ground.

“As soon as I raised my hand and pointed at her, I got hit in the gut from behind and then tackled,

Senate from page 1 the SUB as well, which was met with a crowd of protesters. Three were detained with some suffer ing injuries from the State Police in riot gear.

The senate also elected sena tor Mickenzie Chessman, who had been serving as chair of the steering and rules commit tee, to be the next president pro-tempore, taking the place of Rafael Romero-Salas.

Chessman authored the reso lution and spoke to the Daily Lobo about the work that went into creating it.

“(The resolution) was born from students reaching out to us and to administration to ex press their concern about safety on campus … So then from that, I reached out to UNMPD and to Dr. Eric Scott, the (vice presi

and then threw me in some cuffs,” Guerrerotiz said.

The riot police detained Chris topherson, Guerrerortiz and UNM dental hygiene adviser Georgia Moos, accusing them of disorderly conduct.

Guerrerortiz said he was also informed by two UNMPD de tectives that he would face administrative action from the University.

“I don’t feel safe with how UNM uses police, let alone who they let on campus to talk,” Guerrerortiz said. “But for me, I’m more concerned about the police presence and how they use that as a weapon. That’s just crazy coming from the University.”

Christopherson fears her ribs were broken by the officers who detained her, she said, and has symptoms of a concussion. She was taken to the emergency room by paramedics after being detained by police. Because the hospitals were full and the wait was so long, she was not able to be seen by doctors and said she would head to a waiting room during the day on Thursday, Dec. 1 instead.

The Kirk event follows two other events held by Turning Point on campus this semester. Both were similarly met with protesters and a police presence. The first event, featuring Tomi Lahren, also denied students of color entry.

The UNMPD officers were sent to the event as security, accord ing to university spokesperson Cinnamon Blair. Blair said UNM does not fund State Police pres ence on campus, but the agency is a part of event management planning and the Emergency Response Team.

“ERT is deployed to ensure the safety and security of the univer sity community and the campus, and engaged yesterday evening in response to the actions of mul tiple individuals failing to disperse from the event entrance ramp when requested,” Blair said in a statement.

Christopherson said she was never given any direct instruc

tions to clear the ramp before being detained.

The protest was organized by students and local activists from the Southwest Solidarity Net work, including Julie Bettencourt and Zach Smith. Their goal for the evening was to drown out Kirk’s speech outside the building, and have a continued presence against the organization and speakers to “let them know that we won’t allow that.”

“We’re going to be against it. And we’re going to come out every time. And we’re going to make some noise,” Smith said. “We’re not going to be silent.”

During the protest, students in Turning Point observed the crowd from inside the SUB film ing with their smartphones. Kirk himself made an appearance out side, waving down at protesters from the balcony on the top floor.

One Turning Point member, Kalen D’Almeida, filmed protesters while standing alongside police until be ing asked by them to leave several minutes later.

Turning Point’s UNM group did not respond to a request for comment before this article was published. We will update this story if we hear back.

Jay Littles, a protester there that night, said it’s hypocriti cal for the police to only detain those protesting.

“We are here. We got the right to peacefully protest. Yet, we are here being arrested on our own campus, which is by defini tion an open campus where we are allowed to speak our minds,” Littles said.

That policy is why the Turning Point chapter was allowed to in vite the speaker in the first place, he added.

Littles pointed out that the Uni versity advertises itself as a diverse campus but still allows events like this, which make him feel more un safe on campus.

“That’s one of their talk ing points of getting us to come here. But they only use that in name,” Littles said. “They don’t re ally care about the population of the school.”

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dent) for student affairs, as well as the executive vice president for finance and administration … Teresa (Costantinidis). And (I) met with them to discuss what’s being done presently to improve campus safety and then what we can do as students to continue advocating for that,” Chessman said.

Both May and Chessman did acknowledge possible reserva tions about a resolution that would call for the increased fund ing of a police department.

The deparment has in recent years had officers who have pub licly shared racist videos and had private information leaked. May and Chessman say the larger goal of the resolution is to advocate for student safety in general, in the many forms that might take.

“The number one thing is just forcing our support and our con cern for safety on campus. So, the goal of the resolution is to, with that support, also show ad ministration and to state level legislatures that this is a number one priority for students at UNM … The goal of this resolution is not necessarily to just be proUNMPD or pro-police in general, it’s more to just act as a stepping stone to improve campus safety overall,” Chessman said.

A study performed by the American Civil Liberties Union found that students with disabili ties and students of color were arrested at a higher rate com pared to non-disabled and white students, respectively.

“Students with disabilities were arrested at a rate of 29 per 10,000

students, nearly three times high er than their non-disabled peers. Black students had an arrest rate of 28 per 10,000, which was three times that of white students. Na tive American and Pacific Island/ Native Hawaiian students both had arrest rates of 22 per 10,000, more than twice the arrest rate of white students. Nationally, Latinx students were arrested at a rate 1.3 times that of white students (11 per 10,000 compared to 9 per 10,000),” the study reads.

The resolution was passed on a 19-0 vote with one abstain.

During the meeting, the senate also passed bills 13F-17F which all related to the hiring process.

Bills 14 and 16F strike out the old hiring language from the executive and legislative code, respectively, with 13 and 17F pro

viding additional syntactical and definitional clarification.

Each of the bills needed to be passed in order for the chang es to actually take effect; the senators opted for a block vote, approving all five bills 17-0 with two abstains.

The senate also passed 13 ap propriations in a 17-0 block vote for a variety of different student organizations including the Black Student Union and the UNM Ta ble Tennis Club.

The ASUNM senate will have their next meeting in the spring semester.

John Scott is the editor-in-chief at the Daily Lobo. He can be con tacted at editorinchief@dailylobo. com or on Twitter @JohnSnott

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UNM community celebrates annual Hanging of the Greens

This past Friday, Dec. 2, the University of New Mexico wel comed the holiday season to campus with the annual Hang ing of the Greens. The event featured caroling, refreshments and over 13,000 luminarias placed around campus, accord ing to the UNM Student Activities Center website.

Attendees met near the bookstore and walked through campus to University House, where President Stokes was pre sented with a wreath she hung on her door. Following this, they proceeded to Hodgin Hall for a reception.

This year’s event boasted a strong turnout, proving that af ter 90 years, the long-standing tradition is still enjoyed by UNM and the broader Albuquerque community, acording to Mortar

Board director of public relations and chair of the Hanging of the Greens committee Tayler Suazo.

“We had a really amazing turnout. We got a lot of different student organizations that par ticipated this year, which was really amazing. We do have some student organizations that go yearly, but we also had new comers and I think it’s really nice to let the word get out to campus and let all of these differ ent groups be a part of it, which was really nice and different,” Suazo said.

Mortar Board is a national senior honor society started in 1918. The Maia chapter, located at UNM, has been involved in the Hanging of the Greens since its inception in the 1930s, when students would gather greenery from the Sandia Mountains and use it to decorate the Student Union Building.

Prior to the event, volunteer student organizations set up luminarias in sections assigned to them by the Mortar Board. With decorations, food and at tendees in order, festivities be gan at 5:45, then lasted through 7:30.

Planning the event was no easy task for Mortar Board mem bers and chairs, but thanks to the contributions of the president and vice president, chairs and advisors, it came together, ac cording to Suazo.

“We had to recruit the student organizations, (we had) to des ignate the different sites around campus to see who would set up. We had to organize the pur chasing of tens of thousands of candles and bags, tons of lighters. Then we had to set up orientations to let everyone know how to fold the bags, where to place them, things like that. Then we got entertainment, the acapella group to perform for the event, and biscochitos, hot coco, all that kind of stuff,” Suazo said. Part of the tradition of Hang ing of the Greens is bringing the UNM community together. This

year’s event welcomed revelers in groups or alone, according to attending UNM senior Charlotte Gates, who has participated in the Hanging of the Greens every year it’s been available during her undergraduate career.

“Typically, I’ve gone with friends,” Gates said, “This year I went with my brother too. But I would say that, even when I’ve gone alone in the beginning, I’ve found friends while I was there by the end.”

After being accepted into Mor tar Board and participating on the student organization side of the Hanging of the Greens last year, Suazo was excited to help put the event on from a more in volved perspective this year.

“There’s no greater event that brings UNM’S campus together with Albuquerque’s community better than the Hanging of the Greens. That’s what personally drew me to be on the chair of this committee. It was really amazing just to connect our society with UNM’s campus, other organiza tions, and bringing it all together

to create an event for the com munity as a whole,” Suazo said.

The event is a great way of not only bringing together the com munity, but also sharing the state classic with newcomers, accord ing to Suazo.

“It was a really amazing event, we decorated all of campus and there are people who came who didn’t know what posole was — it’s really nice to share not only this event to broadcast what the university has to offer, but also what our New Mexican cul ture has to offer as well, as far as caroling and biscochitos and posoles go,” Suazo said.

The length of the tradition and how seriously the commu nity takes it adds to the value for student attendees like Gates for whom it, “makes me feel more involved and happy to be at UNM. And festive.”

Spenser Willden is the culture editor at the Daily Lobo. He can be reached at culture@dailylobo. com or on twitter @DailyLobo

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Men’s basketball: With the team 7-0, now’s the time to pay attention

Nearly a month into the sea son, the University of New Mexico men’s basketball team is 7-0 and is one of only 14 remain ing undefeated teams in Division 1 basketball. While the Lobos haven’t played a lot of prestigious programs, they have played against a lot of competitive teams. After a win against St. Mary’s College, UNM looks poised to make a run in the conference — and maybe make the NCAA tournament.

The reason UNM’s 69-65 win is so encouraging is because of St. Mary’s fifth-seed placement in March Mad ness last season. St. Mary’s is a team that has an elite defense, with op ponents averaging 57.5 points per game — the 19th best in the nation. While the Lobos initially had trouble scoring, they found a way to win the game.

The Lobos’ offense has looked impressive and well-conditioned: they average 19.75 fastbreak points a game, tied for ninth most in the coun try. The high paced offense also leads to a lot of free throws. The Lobos have shot the 14th most free throws in the country and have made 74% of them.

The offense has proved it can score, but the team will only go as far as their defense can take them. Turnovers is a key part of the Lobo defense and the team has been handling them well: they have the 30th best turn over ratio, forcing 110 and giving up 78. However, they give up an average of 67.7 points a game which already put them in eighth place in the con ference. Going into conference play, the Lobos will have to force missed shots because the offense won’t be able to simply outscore opponents

every game.

The additions of forwards Mor ris Udeze and Josiah Allick have already been invaluable to the team. Through the first seven games of the season, Udeze has averaged 18.6 points, leading the team in scor ing. He’s also averaged 6.1 rebounds and was named the Mountain West Conference Player of the Week after being named MVP of the Lobo Clas sic. Allick leads the team in rebounds, grabbing 7.9 a game and has averaged 9.6 points.

Jamal Mashburn Jr. and Jaelen House picked up right where they left off from last season and have scored 16.3 and 17 points per game, respec tively. On defense, House sometimes leaves his player open while opting to go for a steal, but so far has made other teams pay with 24 steals; he also leads the team in blocks with six. Mashburn has been an efficient shooter this season, but has been most effective with timely scoring to ward the end of games.

Javonté Johnson had started all seven games, but has had some early shooting troubles making three of his 15 3-pointers; he’s has made up for it on the defensive end by being able to opponent wing players. KJ Jenkins will come off the bench during games and has scored 6.7 points per game, preventing the offense from stalling when Mashburn and House are on the bench.

Freshman guard Donovan Dent has played in all 7 games and has looked incredibly promising. Dent is second in the team in assists be hind House. When in the game, Dent has primary ball-handling respon sibilities which sometimes leads to freshman mistakes and sloppy turn overs, but has been very effective at getting to the free throw line; he’s only made 56% of his 23 free throws,

though. He averages 5.6 points a game.

It has not been all positive for the Lobo roster: Jay Allen-Tovar chose to leave the team and transfer else where. Allen-Tovar led the team in rebounds last season with five per game. It became apparent that Allen-Tovar was not going to start over the additions of Udeze and Allick per his Instagram on Nov. 30. He has five finalist schools, includ ing Southern Utah University, a team UNM defeated earlier this sea son, and rival school New Mexico State University.

Following the cancellation of the Rio Grande rivalry games both in Al buquerque and Las Cruces, UNM has found a replacement game against the University of San Francisco on Dec. 12. The game will be competi tive with San Francisco having been the tenth seed in last season’s NCAA tournament. If the Lobos continue to succeed through conference games come Selection Sunday on March 12 for the NCAA tournament, non-conference games against com petitive programs will help bolster the Lobos’ chances.

In year two of his rebuild, head coach Richard Pitino now has a winning record under UNM be ing 20-19 after defeating St. Mary’s. He has quickly made a competitive program and found players who can win games. The key to continued success for the Lobos is not taking defensive possessions off and just staying healthy.

The Lobos next play against Western New Mexico University on Tuesday, Dec. 6 at The Pit.

Thomas Bulger is the sports editor for the Daily Lobo. He can be con tacted at sports@dailylobo.com or on Twitter @thomasbulger10

OPINION: Free menstrual products needed on UNM campus

Across the University of New Mexico campus bathrooms, there is a distinct lack of men strual products. Not only is there a lack of free products, but the overarching lack of ac cess generally is also apparent. How is it that there is access to free condoms in every dorm,

the Student Union Building and various other buildings, yet not free menstrual products? Both are essential: one for safe sex and the other for sanitary needs for something that is natural.

As of fall 2022, 14,993 femaleidentifying students enrolled at UNM, according to UNM’s Of fice of Institutional Analytics. This number does not account for other individuals who men sturate who might not identify

as female, making the actual number of those who need these products even larger. This is a sizable number of students who need these products. Providing them would not only fill that ne cessisty, but also afford students more convenience in an already stressful educational life.

In Zimmerman library, there is nearly no access to products — to purchase or otherwise — in any of the

bathrooms. Only one bathroom had access to products, and it was out.

The Student Union Build ing has some dispensaries; when last checked on Satur day, Dec. 3 products were low and required quarters to pur chase. How many students even carry around change nowadays? Even if a student happens to have quarters on them, the University shouldn’t

charge for products when there are already thousands being paid in tuition by stu dents. Some of the dispensers, if you can find one, don’t work (the only one I could find ate my quarter).

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they started stocking the Stu dent Union Building again, but the previous statement says the original stocking was meant to be a “revenue gen eration scheme.” Instead of helping students, it was just another scheme to pull more money from college students.

A 500 pack of tampons for a dispenser only costs $83, according to Global Indus trial — a small price to pay to have at least one or two dis pensers filled in bathrooms across campus.

The University of New Mexico has proof that free menstrual products work via the film de partment, which has recently put free products in their bath rooms for students who are in need. So, if it works there, why not expand to the rest of cam pus? It would be an excellent

way to help students, especially in emergency situations where that time of the month starts un expectedly. No students should have to search through several bathrooms to find access to nec essary products, nor should they have to hopefully have quarters on them to pay for a product.

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platform to student artists

The Associated Students at the University of New Mexico arts and crafts studio held its 58th an nual Arts and Crafts Fair, running from Wednesday, Nov. 30 through Friday, Dec. 2, in the Student Union Building. The fair featured over 70 artists — students and community members alike — and was also several artists’ first show.

Julie Wagner, the ceramics technician for the arts and crafts studio, was a part of the team that organized and ran the show. One of the event’s goals was to provide access to work by stu dent artists at UNM, something that also factored into the artist selection process.

“About 40% of our vendors this year are students or alum ni, mostly current students, undergrad(uate) or grad(uate). So that’s definitely something we take into consideration when we’re vetting vendors. And

the other thing is we look for beauty, quality, functionality,” Wagner said.

Students Bryanna Acosta and Michael Cole participated by sell ing their pottery. Acosta said she was encouraged to apply when working in the arts and crafts stu dio, which is where she made her pieces for sale.

“I’ve gotten to meet so many cool people, like all of the other artists. All the other booths were so incredibly talented. So it’s cool just meeting people. And people that I have always seen in the studio come, and I’m like, ‘Oh, hey, you’ve seen it before,’ and go talk to each other. And now I feel like you’re making new friends,” Acosta said.

For local artist Demetria Davis-Boyd, who has been creat ing jewelry since 2000, this was also her first time showing her work at the fair.

“I make costume jewelry. So, you know, you can buy a pair of $10 earrings and put some lip gloss on and just make yourself

feel good. You don’t have to have expensive tastes or anything like that,” Davis-Boyd said.

The name of her business is “Goddess up,” which is a play on the phrase “man up” to encour age feeling good about yourself.

In seeking to forward that idea, Davis-Boyd also donates all of the jewelry that doesn’t sell to Casa Esperanza, a location for families to stay while seeking health care in Albuquerque.

“I usually donate my jewelry to

Casa Esperanza … They can put on some earrings when they go to interview or a necklace. They kind of feel better about them selves,” Davis-Boyd said.

Cole’s booth was called “Gay

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Local band neglects no inspriation in search of inclusive music-making

Self-Neglect, a band formed by University of New Meixco alumi Matt Rogers (guitarist) and Alex Denbaars (vocalist), along with Leon Arnold (drummer) and Derrick Moore (bass ist), finds inspiration to create music through their enviorment.

The band was formed in 2015 on Rogers’ birthday, which also happens to be New Year’s Eve. He and Den baars, old friends from a Magic: The Gathering group, decided to make music together after Denbaars’ old band broke up.

The band struggled to choose a name when they first started until a friend of Arnold’s, who is a nurse, wrote up a list of “gory

medical-sounding stuff,” which included “passive self-neglect.” The name stuck, acording to the band members.

“One of the ones on my list was passive self-neglect, which appar ently is a medical thing that I didn’t look into very much,” Arnold said. “But we just dropped the passive and made Self-Neglect.”

Denbaars compared the expe rience of hearing Self-Neglect as a band name for the first time to finding a meme on social media that “devestates you because it’s so painfully accurate.”

In terms of sound, Denbaars described the band’s music as post-hardcore, but noted that the band’s music spans multiple genres and influences.

“The longer we’ve played together, we’ve made an effort to blend dif

ferent styles of music into what we do. The most accurate description of what we are would probably be post-hardcore as an umbrella term,” Denbaars said. “But, we play aggres sive music. It blends some metal; it blends some punk. It blends some various subgenres thereof.”

Moore, who joined the band just 5 months ago, discussed how he finds inspiration from their environment and the people around them.

“Everyone around us is sad, poor and depressed ... We’re probably a little sad and depressed. Aggressive music is the way that we get that out. And also have people have something relatable,” Moore said. “That’s kind of what got me into aggressive music, in general, was having something re latable in my life when stuff was not going well.”

from music he would like to hear from other artists.

“I come up with really weird parts (of songs) that don’t make a lot of sense. But they always are very openminded about making sure that they work well. And our songs turn out to be pretty good,” Rogers said. “I like to think that we write music that we’d like to hear from others, like music that we would like to listen to. That’s kind of where my inspiration comes from.”

The music and playing for an au dience, no matter how small, is what keeps Arnold motivated, he said.

“What keeps me going is playing music; (it) just makes me feel good. That’s the most boiled-down version of it, just playing the drums for 10 minutes at home by myself makes me feel better … But I always feel like de spite being straight edge, I always feel

like a really wonderful high after play ing a show,” Arnold said

Denbaars’ inspiration and mo tivation comes from the band’s audiences and being able to create a space for “irredeemable, degenerate, weird fucking people” who go against the norms of society.

“It’s like the normal rules of society are temporarily on pause, and weird people congregate. And there’s a lot of beauty in that,” Denbaars said. “Be cause I think the way our society is, is often so hostile to people that are dif ferent, either by birth or by choice. I like making space for those of us who are like that.

Elizabeth Secor is a senior staff re porter for the Daily Lobo. She can be contacted at culture@dailylobo.com or on Twitter @esecor2003

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“But also because art is something that should be appreciated by an academic culture, especially at this school: we’re in New Mexico, we’re in one of the biggest art hub states.”

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