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NMSU Hotline — January 5, 2017

NMSU turfgrass researchers focus on irrigation efficiency, outreach efforts

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We?ve all seen water from sprinklers land on sidewalks or get whisked away by the wind.

Researchers in the New Mexico State University College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences are determining methods to improve irrigation efficiency. And subsurface irrigation may be the solution to wasted water and high water costs.

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Campus Announcements

Indoor pool currently closed

Due to a pool system maintenance issue, the indoor pool will be closed until further notice. If you have any questions please call 575-646-3518.

Italian Buffet today

Treat yourself to your favorite Italian cuisine during the Italian Buffet today from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at The 3rd Floor Bistro at the Danny Villanueva Victory Club. This all-you-care-to-eat buffet will feature chicken parmesan, spinach artichoke lasagna, garlic herb rotini, zucchini and squash medley, fresh house salad, garlic bread and apple pie. For just $11.99 plus tax you receive a non-alcoholic beverage and unlimited entry to this buffet.

The 3rd Floor Bistro at the Danny Villanueva Victory Club is located in the Stan Fulton Athletic Center, right next to Aggie Memorial Stadium. Call 575-646-4763 for reservations or visit http://nmsudining.sodexomyway.com for more information.


Campus Health Center to close Friday

The Campus Health Center will be closed on Friday, Jan. 6, for staff training. Medical emergencies should report to a local emergency room. The CHC will re-open at 8 a.m. Monday, Jan. 9.

This Harlem Globetrotters deal is a slam dunk

The holidays are behind us, but family fun is still in store at the NMSU Pan American Center. Use offer code DUNK at either the Ticket Office or http://www.ticketmaster.com/venue/98676/ to receive 20 percent off your ticket order to see the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 7. Original ticket prices start at $27 plus fees. Please call 575-646-1420 or visit https://www.facebook.com/events/200338867043043/ for more information.



KRWG?s Alamogordo Coffee Visit set for Jan. 11

KRWG?s annual Alamogordo Coffee Visit will be from 9 to 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11, at the Patron?s Hall, 1106 N. New York Avenue in Alamogordo, New Mexico. Patron?s Hall is adjacent to the Flickinger Theatre. Join us for coffee and conversation.

'Impermanent Topography' exhibition opens at the University Art Gallery Jan. 17

Featuring works by 11 NMSU Department of Art faculty and staff members, "Impermanent Topography" addresses the social, political, geographical and cultural landscapes that comprise our ever-shifting understandings of contemporary life. This exhibition grapples with the unwieldy intersections of memory, selfhood and information through human inscriptions of identity in paint, metal, clay, digital media and experimental sculpture. Curated by Michelle Lanteri, "Impermanent Topography" includes artwork by Julia Barello, Tauna Cole-Dorn, Craig Cully, Jessika Edgar, Motoko Furuhashi, Richard Hesketh, Wes Kline, Adam Labe, Bree Lamb, Jacob Muņoz and Rachel Stevens.

The exhibition will run from Jan. 17 through Feb. 9. An opening reception will be held at the University Art Gallery from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 20. All "Impermanent Topography" associated programming, as well as admission to the gallery, is free and open to the public.

A diverse selection of media and style give form to the inquiries put forth by the "Impermanent Topography" artists. Craig Cully?s "Slaughter Series" confronts the undoing and reconstruction of life through expressionistic accumulations of oil paint that interrogate the unnatural yet customary process of harvesting livestock for foodstuffs. Motoko Furuhashi?s coiled packing tape sculptures record the artist?s performative explorations of select exterior landscapes in her evidencing of the particularity of place in collected earthly material. Wes Kline?s intermedia installation produced with Erika Lynne Hanson is titled "Varied Choreographies" (desert, dialogue, debris); this work investigates serial movement as a choreographed system that activates community. Through porcelain letters that script prayers for the dead around steel rows, Rachel Stevens? "I Can?t Remember My Name" sculpture describes the adaptation, impermanent home, and survival of her grandparents and relatives during the Holocaust in the Western Ukraine.


Alcohol training classes available

Planning an event with alcohol on campus this year? We have scheduled a training class for you to attend from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday, Feb. 6, at Gerald Thomas Hall, Room 140. If you cannot attend this class, the Alcohol Training Class is also available online through Central Training. All registration is done through Central Training at https://trainingcentral.nmsu.edu/Saba/Web/Main/goto/GuestOfferingDetails?offeringId=class000000000010659.

You can also go to the HRTM website link at http://aces.nmsu.edu/academics/shrtm/index.html, Alcohol Forms which takes you to the Alcohol Training Class information to register for a web-based training class. Our website also offers the University Alcohol Permit Request Guidelines and the application form for your upcoming events on campus. Please go to the Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management website to get connected. If you need more information please contact Irene at 575-646-5752 or irfierro@nmsu.edu.