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Current Issue:  June 3, 2002
Volume 37, Number 21

In Brief

Tamarind hosts reception for Yugoslavian artists

Tamarind Institute will host a public reception for six artists-in-residence of the former Yugoslavia republics June 7 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the gallery, 110 Cornell Dr. SE.

The group will spend the month of June at Tamarind creating lithographs and monotypes and participating in a UNM history course.

Call 277-3901 for information.

Staff Council elects officers for 2002-03

The UNM Staff Council elected officers for 2002-03.

They are: Pat Kiska, president; Alan Morgan, president-elect; Bill Raynovich, speaker; Bettie Kaehele, treasurer; Matt Elbrecht and Kari Ward Karr, at-large grade representatives; Suzanne Kembel and Joe McKinney, at-large precinct representatives. Click on www.unm.edu/~stafcom/.

Pepsi awarded exclusive UNM beverage contract

UNM recently announced that it awarded The Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc. (NYSE: PBG) an exclusive beverage contract, continuing a partnership that has existed for the past eight years.

A full line-up of Pepsi-Cola beverages will be offered in vending machines, through cafeteria services across the campus and at athletic events.

Hispanics rank UNM high

UNM ranks among the top 100 colleges for Hispanics according to recent rankings published in Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education.
UNM is ranked 15th on the list for conferring bachelor’s degrees to Hispanics, 22nd for master’s degrees and 14th for Ph.D’s.