Katie Sierra, a 15-year-old sophomore at Sissonvile High School in West Virginia, was told by circuit judge James Stacy that she could not form an anarchy club or wear T-shirts opposing bombing of Afghanistan, according to the Nov. 2 Albuquerque Journal.
Junior Shelli Rosenfeld, student special events director, dressed as "Ubie," entices students to give blood during a drive at Zimmerman Library Monday sponsored by the General Library, United Blood Services and several other UNM organizations. The drive runs again today from 9 a.m to 5 p.m.
UNM's Center for Alcoholism, Substance Abuse and Addictions has been awarded two grants worth $2.7 million for programs that will provide and test treatment for substance abuse among homeless street youth.
It's predetermined from the opening monologue: "I think I die at the end," the protagonist in hospital gown and purple baseball cap announces. "They've given me less than two hours . then the curtain." She's got advanced metastatic ovarian cancer, she explains.
The real question is, is Dr. Berthold being put to trial for his personality or for his ideas? Dubbing undesirable political behavior as mental aberration was a favorite of the late Soviet regime and many other such regimes. So, let's keep personalities out of the discussion and let's focus on ideas.
I agree that Professor Berthold has a guaranteed First Amendment right to free speech but, I believe that he has forgotten that with our rights come responsibilities. I do not believe that the classroom while performing his obligations to UNM was an appropriate setting for such a statement. I feel that he has forgotten that his employer has the right to require a level of professionalism and conduct and that he agreed to abide by these rules when he accepted his position.