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The Setonian

Consulate honored by law students

The UNM Mexican American Law Students Association honored the Mexican Consulate for protecting the human and legal rights of Mexicans living abroad at its sixth annual Fighting for Justice Banquet Saturday. Juan Flores introduced the award recipients at the banquet at the Old Town Sheraton.

The Setonian

Salary led to director's departure

The Latin American and Iberian Institute is losing a reluctant director and professor because he feels UNM simply isn't paying him enough. At the end of this semester, Gilbert Merkx will clean out his desk and bid farewell to the office he has occupied for 20 years. He said it has everything to do with money.

The Setonian

Experts joust over capital punishment

A panel of experts played a game of verbal tug of war at the UNM School of Law Wednesday as they discussed the ethics of capital punishment. Professor Robert Schwartz served as the moderator of the four-person panel discussion.Schwartz said the group offered two opposing views on the death penalty - those who believe it should never be applied and those who believe it should be applied only under particular circumstances.

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