The University of New Mexico Alumni Association hosts a Lobo Living Room event, “Geronimo, the Chiricahua Warrior,” with speaker Paul Hutton on Thursday, Aug. 14 from 6 – 7:30 p.m. at Hodgin Hall Alumni Center Plaza.

Geronimo, the Chiricahua warrior, is the most famous of all the American Indian leaders. Once he was feared and hated by American society, but now he is celebrated as a great patriot chief. How and why that happened is the focus of Paul Hutton’s Lobo Living Room talk.

Paul Hutton, UNM Distinguished Professor of History, has published award-winning articles in scholarly and popular magazines as well as numerous books and anthologies on Western history. He has written, produced or appeared in more than 150 television documentaries on CBS, NBC, PBS, Discovery, Disney Channel, A&E and the History Channel

Food Truck Roundup
Starting at 5:30 p.m., a variety of foods will be available for purchase from local food trucks including Kimo's Hawaiian BBQ, Cheesy Street, S'mores by Conchitas Creations and more. Prices range from $3 - $12. Free tea and lemonade will be provided by the UNM Alumni Association.

The event is free and open to the public, but an RSVP is required. Visit Lobo Living Room by Tuesday, Aug. 12 to reserve a spot or call (505) 277-5808.

Bring lawn chairs or blankets to set on the lawn. Parking is available in the lot east of Hodgin Hall as well as the “B” lot at Central & University.

The Lobo Living Room is a venue that features notable UNM alumni discussing, demonstrating or performing in their areas of expertise and or UNM alumni-related events.