Printed September 12, 2001
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The biggest challenge facing Brazil's next president will be coming to terms with the nation's soaring unemployment rate and its declining role in the global economy, according to ambassador Carlos Augusto Santos Neves.
UNM General Library administrators are allowing visitors to openly eat and drink in the facilities - a change they hope will provide a more inviting atmosphere.
Carmen Lomas Garza, an internationally acclaimed artist whose work echoed the pride and ownership associated with the 1960s Chicano Movement, will present an impressive retrospective this weekend at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
University administrators are considering revamping how they treat Greek organizations after one fraternity's national charter was revoked and a member of a separate fraternity was accused of raping a student.
For those who lamented that another "Amelie" would be hard to come by, jubilant relief has arrived in the form of the coming-of-age foreign film, "Y Tu Mam† TambiÇn."
Activist Victoria Caraveo lamented the mismanaged investigation of mass murders of women in Ciudad Ju†rez and urged people to write letters to politicians on both sides of the border during a forum Monday.
An altercation with police at an early age and exposure to communal living prompted former political prisoner Chris Plummer to explore and later advocate for an anarchist society.
Solar energy, recycling and voter registration are just a few of the topics UNM's chapter of the Public Interest Research Group will promote during its Earth Day celebration Saturday on Johnson Field.
One of the first things newly elected GPSA President Lorena Olmos says she will do is begin working on outreach programs that would encourage more graduate student government participation.
High school senior Ashanti Cook backed out of his letter of intent and current Lobo freshman Jamaal Williams may soon follow, adding to the mounting list of challenges new basketball coach Ritchie McKay faces.
A year after heated clashes between 50 student protesters and regents over tuition increases, the Board of Regents approved a 4.3 percent tuition and fees increase Tuesday during a relatively quiet meeting.
The Board of Regents met in executive session Tuesday to discuss potential interim presidential candidates, but say it's still undecided who will fill the vacancy while a formal, national search is conducted.
The Student Union Building and ethnic centers received more money, while a handful of others - including the Agora Crisis Center - left this year's $5.5 million Student Fee Review Board funding process empty-handed.
The battle on whether to allow animal testing in graduate research projects backed by the state was the focus of an intense debate at Saturday's GPSA Council meeting.
A diverse, high profile group of panelists from the United States and Latin America will gather in the UNM Law School Moot Courtroom today to discuss the impact of free trade.
Credit card holders could lower their interest rates by as much as one-third if they make a five-minute phone call, according to a survey by the Public Interest Research Group.
With three years of student government experience under his belt, GPSA presidential candidate Aaron Kugler says, if elected, he hopes to focus on improving student involvement and updating the group's Constitution.
The leap from Vassar College to UNM was jarring for GPSA presidential candidate Lorena Olmos, but she says it helped her see opportunities on campus that many overlook.
After increasing annual tuition 46 percent during the past six years, University administrators are poised to place less burden on students by proposing a 4.3 percent increase for New Mexico residents.