Campus News - April 9, 2001
Flamenco Institute equipment stolen
The National Institute of Flamenco, a non-profit organization directed by Eva Encinias Sandoval, associate professor of Theatre and Dance, had $15,000 to $20,000 worth of equipment stolen from its downtown Albuquerque facility on March 24.
The institute had limited insurance. Monetary donations can be made at First State Bank or the Conservatory of Flamenco Arts. Sound equipment can be donated at the conservatory.
For information, call Ria Botzler, 242-7600.
Crego Block design competition April 9
The topic of this years Crego Block Endowment design competition is an observation tower for Tingley Beach Park.
The entries will be on exhibit in the 200 Level Studio in the School of Architecture and Planning until semesters end.
Judging is set for April 9 from 2-5 p.m.
Scholarship fund to help single moms
A first-ever Women's Resource Center scholarship campaign will benefit single mothers who attend UNM to complete or begin a degree.
The center is seeking funds to provide two $500 scholarships per semester beginning this fall.
Law School to honor Mexican Consulate
The Mexican Consulate-Albuquerque Office will be honored with the 2001 Fighting For Justice Award on Saturday, April 28, at the Old Town Sheraton. The Mexican American Law Student Association's Sixth Annual Fighting For Justice Banquet begins at 6 p.m.
The Honorable Cruz Reynoso, vice chair of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, will speak.
For tickets, call Daniela, 243-5322.
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