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Campus events focus on attacks

In an effort to help people understand and deal with last week's terrorist attacks, UNM is sponsoring two forums and an Islamic awareness event on campus today.






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Fair to host University Day

More than 70 UNM booths will be featured during University Day at the New Mexico State Fair Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.



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Campus Tour

Sandia High School seniors Angela Spain, right, and Ashley Good tour campus with UNM student guide Todd Christensen during Senior Day Saturday.


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Campus festivities modified

A weekend that was supposed to be one of celebration for the UNM community turned into one of mourning and reflection following Tuesday's terrorist attacks on the East Coast.


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A Campus Divided

Sophomore Charles Herbert, right, is heckled by an unidentified man while picketing Friday outside the UNM Bookstore against U.S. retaliation in response to Tuesday's terrorist attacks on the East Coast.


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Campus Briefs

In keeping with President Bush's proclamation of today as a day of prayer to honor this week's victims terrorist tasks, the UNM Alumni Memorial Chapel will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. to provide University community members with a place for reflection and prayer.



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Students unite at campus vigil

About 400 members of the UNM community gathered around the Duck Pond Thursday night during a candlelight vigil to remember those who died in this week's terrorist attacks in New York, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania.


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Student earns radio recognition

UNM student Carilyn Rome said she learned about news gathering by watching professionals at work during her recent participation in the Young American Broadcasters Conference in Washington, D.C.


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Forum to cover war alternatives

A New Mexico military industry watchdog group is sponsoring a forum tonight at the UNM Continuing Education Center on national security and retaliation in the aftermath of this week's terrorist attacks.


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UNM professor earns top criminal defense award

UNM Law Professor Barbara Bergman, who serves on various boards and committees, practices criminal defense, teaches law classes and writes books, was recently recognized by her peers with a prestigious award.


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Community unites after attack

Services including art therapy and candlelight vigils are being offered by the University community following Tuesday's terrorist attacks in Washington, D.C., New York City and Pennsylvania.


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