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Source of attack may be hard to find

The terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon on Tuesday evoked comparisons to Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. The major difference, though, is that the enemy might be harder to find.


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Debate focuses on sovereignty

Kevin Gover, a former Bureau of Indian Affairs director, discussed the overlapping of tribal and state authority with Tom Gede, a state law official during a debate Monday at the UNM Continuing Education Center.


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Leaders discuss drug war policy

Gov. Gary Johnson battled it out over drug legalization with the new administrator for the DEA during a heated debate at the UNM Continuing Education Center Monday.





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Foster, GPSA talk problems, muffins

UNM Provost Brian Foster offered suggestions on how to address a lack of grievance procedures, the low number of graduate assistant positions and student professional development at GPSA's first council meeting of the year Saturday.


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Fun With Neutrinos

Physicist William J. Marciano of the Brookhaven National Laboratories lectures Friday in Dane Smith Hall in support of using neutrino detectors at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in Carlsbad, N.M.


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Walk on

Sophomore Mahad Ahmed warms up on Johnson Field during Aids Walk 2001 Saturday.




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AIDS Walk to hit UNM

New Mexico AIDS Services is expecting more than 2,500 walkers to help it raise $150,000 Saturday during its 10th Annual AIDS Walk, which begins at 8 a.m. at Johnson Field.







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Fox pressures Bush to ease U.S. laws on immigration

WASHINGTON - Mexican President Vicente Fox opened a three-day state visit Wednesday by publicly prodding President Bush to come up with a plan this year to ease U.S. immigration laws, surprising his host at a White House welcoming ceremony.



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Film to focus on city's homeless

The director of the Alfonso Ortiz Center for Intercultural Studies and teens from the AIDS Brigade are planning to film a feature-length documentary about homelessness in Albuquerque.

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