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Protesters shut out of Bush event

About 20 people yelled that they had not been allowed past metal detectors to see President Bush’s speech in Barelas on Wednesday, although a chamber official said the event was public.




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Bush speaks at local job center opening

President Bush promoted small businesses, tax relief, improved relations with Mexico and education accountability on Wednesday during a speech at the opening ceremony for the Barelas Job Opportunity Center in Albuquerque.






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Chile, dancers to greet students

Food ranging from green chile stew to ice cream, local bands and student organizations recruiting members are a few of the things that will greet new and returning students during Welcome Back Days.



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Anderson offers new programs

The Management Development Center at UNM’s Anderson Schools of Management is offering seven certificate programs in Albuquerque this fall.


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Moves fail to derail two key outreach organizations

Despite being shuffled around campus, Agora Crisis Center and Students Educating Peers About Sex both have found shelter at the Psychology Clinic, are seeking volunteers and are available to help community members. The Agora Crisis Center is the oldest crisis center in the country and was started in 1970. Molly Brack, Agora’s professional director, said professors and students established the organization because they were concerned that no crisis intervention services were available in Albuquerque.



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Report notes ‘grave’ library problems

An external review of the UNM General Library and Dean Robert Migneault found a lack of substantive strategic planning, low staff morale, deteriorating physical facilities, a problematic management structure and a questionable salary structure.


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Campus News In Brief

A delegation of 30 visitors from Thailand, including representatives of Naresuan University, the Thailand Office of Medical Education, Ministry of Public Health and various affiliate hospitals recently toured the UNM School of Medicine. The medical school was one of four U.S. medical schools, along with Harvard, John Hopkins and Stanford, selected for the tour because of its reputation for progressive, high-quality education, clinical care, biomedical research programs and community outreach.



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Solar cars soak up spotlight

Iowa State University student Tim Lappe feels like a rock star every time his solar car team rolls into a new town that serves on a checkpoint on the trek from Chicago to Los Angeles.




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Rape allegation leads to suspensions

A 21-year-old woman said in a UNM police report that she was raped while at a bachelor party at the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity house, which has led to the emergency suspension of the fraternity and one of its members.

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