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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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Campus News Brief

Virginia Scharff was recently named director of the Center for the Southwest at UNM. She succeeds Richard Etulain who retired Aug. 1.


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Get Out The Vote

Eric Griego, District 3 City Council candidate, tells freshman Jason Byrd about his campaign outside the Student Resident Center Tuesday.




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Toot your horn

"Red Menace" members Dom Zarrella and Jonathan Abdalla cheer Saturday during the Lobo's 26-6 win over the University of Texas at El Paso. A record-setting 41,771 people attended the game at newly renovated University Stadium.


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Gutierrez steps into new post

Gabriella Gutierrez, who was recently named associate dean of the School of Architecture and Planning, said she will help the school continue to grow despite its limited resources.




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Hello, Mr. Bag!

Laren Kahn, right, a puppeteer from Laren Kahn Puppet Theater, hands a paper sack to 2-year-old Jaydn Vigil as teacher Irene Duncan looks on at the UNM Child Care building Thursday morning.




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Grant to pay for changes to Psych 105

UNM will receive $200,000 during the next two years to redesign its Psychology 105 class in hopes of making it more efficient and effective by using information technology. The funding is part of the Pew Grant Program in Course Redesign, which funds universities to redesign and improve their introductory courses.



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Group aims to help students manage debt

The UNM chapter of the Public Interest Research Group is supporting reforms to help students understand and control credit card debt. A U.S. General Accounting Office Report released last month showed that college students with credit cards carry an average debt of $2,748. The federal report cited three surveys, including one by the Nellie May Foundation, which found that about 78 percent of all college students own one or more credit cards.


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First debate contentious

Albuquerque's seven mayoral candidates battled it out over crime, economic growth and education during a somewhat contentious campus forum Wednesday night.




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Analysts see new need for skilled workers

As a high school senior, Rebecca Gonzalez was surprised to find that everyone - friends, family, teachers and counselors - had her future planned out for her. Everyone, that is, except her.


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