Opinion: Stop hating on Cam Newton

snoadmin

February 9, 2016

Filed under fantasy football, Opinion, Opinons, Sports

  By Julian Martinez Staff Writer Super Bowl 50 didn’t go as expected by many. The Panthers came into the game as the favorite and left Santa Clara in disappointment following their 24-10 defeat at the hands of the ...

The Broncos will win the Super Bowl

snoadmin

February 5, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Opinons, Sports

By Sante Guajardo Staff Writer With the Super Bowl on the horizon and the regular season far behind us, it’s the time of the year that football fans have been waiting for.  Whether your team is in the big game or not, mostly eve...

Opinion: Publishers need to stop being greedy, lower the costs of textbooks

snoadmin

January 25, 2016

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By Sante Guajardo Staff Writer As a sophomore at New Mexico State University, I have endured nearly three semesters of being gouged for textbooks.  If you live on campus, your textbooks cost more than your living arrangement. ...

Opinion: Why I love Pope Francis, faults and all

snoadmin

October 24, 2015

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By Nani Lawrence Staff Writer Pope Francis has changed what it means to be Catholic, at least in the eyes of the Vatican. Since accepting the papacy, he has spoken out about climate change. He’s condemned wage inequality. Most importantly in my eyes, he has ...

Opinion: ACES College broadcasts profound ignorance

snoadmin

October 24, 2015

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By Billy Huntsman Managing Editor Sometimes I think this university is really progressive and liberal. And then I’m pulled right back into reality. Such is what happened to me when I saw this video. It’s of an NMSU freshman getting ‘initiated’ into the College of Ag...

Opinion: There are still professors who care

snoadmin

October 23, 2015

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By Billy Huntsman Managing Editor I am taking Math Appreciation (and no, I don’t appreciate it).  I do, however, really appreciate my professor—Alyne Fulte.  You might know her.  She’s a really small woman.  As she...

Opinion: Dean of Students teaches us how to 'spot' a mass killer

snoadmin

October 20, 2015

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By Billy Huntsman Managing Editor Michael Jasek, the dean of students at NMSU and the “adviser” for us here at student media, sent out an email this morning urging anyone overly disturbed by recent events, such as the shoo...

Opinion/News: App developer thinks we are stupid

nmsuroundup

October 15, 2015

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By Billy Huntsman Managing Editor Two “outraged parents” recently emailed The Round Up/Oncore Magazine, urging us to inform the NMSU community as to the vulgarity of a new iPhone app. Marsha White and Linda Allen asked to remain anonymous, as they claim to be...

The 2015 Beer, Bacon, and Bourbon Festival: Why I will not be attending in 2016

nmsuroundup

October 8, 2015

Filed under Legal, Opinion

By Julian Martinez Staff Writer So I first saw this event appear on my Facebook newsfeed a few weeks prior to the event. It sounded intriguing, fun, and a nice change of pace to my normal weekend routine. Naturally, the thing to do was let my p...

Opinion: Zimbabweans Don't Care About Cecil, Why Should We?

nmsuroundup

September 9, 2015

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By Billy Huntsman Managing Editor With the Minneapolis dentist who killed the so-called famous Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe returning to work this week, there seems to be no better time than now to tell you how preposterous I find the...

Opinion: More Protesting Means More Accountability

nmsuroundup

August 27, 2015

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By Nani Lawrence Staff Writer Abuse of power is nothing new. As long as there have been people who view others as lesser, they have found ways to negatively assert their dominance. With the sense of authority imposed by society...

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