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Current Issue:  November 25, 2002
Volume 38, Number 10

At the high performance computing center (from left): Ernie Herrera and Ed Angel communicate with instructor Hue Walker (projected on large screen) and other partners. Photo by Michael Martinez.

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Hanging of the Greens: New tradition begins

Hanging of the Greens has opened the holiday season at UNM since students in the 1930s traveled to the Sandia Mountains to cut greenery used to decorate the Student Union ballroom.

As in years past, student organizations on Friday, Dec. 6 will decorate the campus with thousands of luminarias.

But for the first time, the UNM community will be invited to visit Scholes Hall from 4:30 to 6 p.m. to enjoy refreshments and entertainment. Members of the UNM Opera Theatre will perform. Carolers and Mortar Board members will gather at the Alumni Chapel at 6 p.m. and then wind their way across campus stopping first to sing at Scholes Hall.

At 7 p.m. University House will open to all. The Mortar Board will present the traditional wreath of greens to President F. Chris and Mrs. Sandy Garcia followed by a Las Posadas presentation by the Theatre Department.


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