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NMSU’s New Voter Project seeks to increase student votes
NMSU Police implements mask-wearing procedures on campus

September 17, 2020

Effective as of Sept. 11, the New Mexico State University Police Department will be implementing new enforcement policies to ensure that campus visitors...

ASNMSU approves additional funding for Emergency Fund, establishes support for Africana studies minor

September 16, 2020

At their virtual meeting on Sept. 11, The Associated Students of New Mexico State University Senate passed legislation that supports a new academic minor...

NMSU’s campus bookstore partners with Follett Higher Education Group

September 14, 2020

After publicly releasing its campus bookstore contract this summer, New Mexico State University ended its contract with Barnes and Noble College in June...

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NCAA chooses Nov. 25 as new college basketball start date
Moccia, Aggies continue to adjust to COVID-influenced scheduling

September 15, 2020

While there is still a tremendous amount of uncertainty with the ongoing pandemic and many questions still needing answers, New Mexico State and its athletic...

COVID-19 won’t stop New Mexico State Esports Association

September 11, 2020

The already rapid ascension of esports got a big boost early during the pandemic, and that’s been no different at New Mexico State, with preparation...

NM State Athletics plans to honor all scholarships amid virus-prompted financial strain

September 8, 2020

The NCAA cleared up some uncertainty on Aug. 21 when they announced their decision not to charge student-athletes a year of eligibility, creating deserved...

Practice still on for NM State athletics after postponement of fall sports

August 31, 2020

Despite the cancellation of all fall sports, New Mexico State University's athletic teams are still conducting practices following NMSU's COVID-19 response...

New Mexico State postpones all fall sports

August 13, 2020

Another COVID-19 inspired doomsday week in the college sports landscape has hit close to home, with New Mexico State becoming the latest program to cancel...

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Lifestyle: A critique of Nolan’s Tenet

Raul Flores, Staff Writer | September 11, 2020

Director Christopher Nolan goes deeper down the rabbit whole than ever before, unfortunately he goes so deep that it all barely makes sense at all.     Nolan is known for his mind-bending narratives. In “Memento” he created a movie that goes backwards; in “Inception,” he took us through layers upon layers of a person’s dreams; Even “Interstellar” had...

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Round Up Lifestyle: Seven tips to succeed in online classes

Ryker Bilvado, Staff Writer | August 28, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many setbacks in our nation – education does not have to be one of them. The basics of education hold true: discipline, organization and commitment. Aristotle may agree. The COVID-19 pandemic forced millions of students into online learning and changed the way we learn--kind of. Here’s some ways to better handle online and hybrid classes.  No....

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Phame Camarena takes on Honors College as newly appointed dean
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Opinion: Constitution Day Is a Sham Because the Constitution is a Failure
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NMSU Seeking Student Organizations for Aggie Carnival
Volunteers/Assistants Needed for Paranormal Research

Volunteers/Assistants Needed for Paranormal Research

October 2, 2019

Aqua Environmental Testing Lab

Aqua Environmental Testing Lab

September 23, 2019



September 9, 2019

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