Cream the Deans, 2011

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Uploaded by nmsunews on May 9, 2011. The 2011 “Cream the Deans” fundraiser at New Mexico State University, organized by Delta Sigma Pi, raised money for the Southern New Mexico Community Foundation. Garrey Carruthers, dean of the College of Business; Bill Eamon, dean of the Honors College; Janet Green, director of the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management; and Kathy Brook, associate dean of the College of Business, agreed to take part in the event.

KRWG-TV News22: Cream the Deans – for Charity of Course

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Apr 6, 2011. News22’s Carol Nielson was there as several New Mexico State University Deans got a pie in the face – to benefit the Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico. Even a former New Mexico Governor gets cool whip in his ear!

LCSN: A little pie payback

April 7, 2011. Retrieved online April 7, 2011 from Norm Dettlaff, Las Cruces Sun-News

Graduate student Monica Reyes gets revenge... (Norm Dettlaff / The Sun-News)

NMSU graduate student Monica Reyes gets revenge on her boss, former New Mexico Governor and dean of the college of business [Garrey Carruthers], by slapping a whipped cream pie in his face Wednesday at New Mexico State University.

“It was great!” Reyes said. “I made sure they put a lot of cream in so I would really get him.”

It was all for a good cause, to raise funds for the Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico by the Delta Sigma Pi co-ed fraternity, said member Leandra Gamboa as she filled a tin plate with the white, fluffy cream.

Cream the Deans, 2011

April 6, 2011 by Justin Bannister, NMSU Hotline

This year’s “Cream the Deans” fundraiser at New Mexico State University will take place at 1 p.m. today, in the Traders Plaza between Guthrie Hall and the Business Complex. The event, organized by Delta Sigma Pi, will raise money for the Southern New Mexico Community Foundation. Their goal is to raise $2500.

Garrey Carruthers, dean of the College of Business; Bill Eamon, dean of the Honors College; Janet Green, director of the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management; and Kathy Brook, associate dean of the College of Business, have agreed to take part in this year’s event.

For more information e-mail jbannist@ad.nmsu.edu.


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