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NMSU Round Up

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NMSU Round Up

Julius Acosta, first place overall, turns the corner to finish the Cupid’s Chase 5K with a time of 16:15.2. Feb. 10, 2024.
Cupid’s Chase raises thousands for disabled community 
Adeline Triplett, Staff Writer • February 21, 2024

On Feb. 10, over 400 runners took to the streets of Old Mesilla to raise money for people with disabilities.   The event marked the 16th...

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Brief: East Mesa DACC bomb threat prompts evacuation, classes cancelled
February 8, 2024

The East Mesa Campus of Doña Ana Community College evacuated on Tuesday, Jan. 30, while a Fort Bliss unit investigated a potential bomb threat.  Shortly...

Frank Brennan, member of the Las Cruces Marine Corps League El Perro Diablo Detachment 478, marches through downtown Las Cruces. Nov. 11, 2023.
Las Cruces annual Veterans Day Parade honors Desert Storm veterans 
November 28, 2023

Veterans, members and organizations of the Las Cruces community honored Operation Desert Storm veterans in the 28th annual Las Cruces Veterans...

NMSU official’s pictured from left to right: Student Regent Garret Moseley, President Jay Gogue, Rep. Jack Chatfield, ACES Dean Rolando Flores, and NMSU Foundation CEO Sylvia Y. Acosta. November 3rd, 2023.
New buildings mark a significant milestone for the College of ACES
November 15, 2023

Dozens of individuals gathered at New Mexico State University to witness the inauguration of two innovative facilities on Friday, Nov 3., 2023. ...

New Mexico State Athletics logo. (Image from the Las Cruces Sun-News)
Former men’s basketball players come forward with new lawsuits
November 14, 2023

Another lawsuit was filed with the district court on Monday, Nov. 6 against New Mexico State University, Athletic Director Mario Moccia, former...

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NMSU softball splits in double-header against Big 10’s Nebraska
Resilient Aggies battle against the Hilltopppers to secure 5th conference win 

February 21, 2024

In a neck and neck battle, New Mexico State women’s basketball pulled out a 64-61 victory over the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers thanks to a steadfast...

Aggies move up to 1-1 against the UTEP Miners after pulling out 66-59 win

February 14, 2024

Looking to continue their quest of climbing up the Conference USA standings, the New Mexico State women’s basketball team battled the University of Texas...

Aggies men’s basketball gets dominated by UTEP

February 14, 2024

The New Mexico State University Aggies men’s basketball team hit the road to face the University of Texas El Paso Miners for their second bout of the...

NM State softball kicks off 50th season 4-0 after back-to-back double headers 

February 13, 2024

Entering their 50th season, New Mexico State University softball capitalized off a strong performance in the circle with a powerful offensive effort to...

Aggies continue home winning streak with overtime thriller against Liberty

February 5, 2024

Looking to get back on track after dropping back-to-back road games, the New Mexico State men’s basketball team took on the Liberty Flames and thanks...

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Bands perform at the first ever Regional Bands of America competition in Las Cruces, NM.
First Bands of America Regional Marching Band Competition held at NMSU
David Castañeda, Multimedia Specialist • October 14, 2022

On September 17th, high school bands from across Arizona, Texas and New Mexico all gathered around the New Mexico State University campus in preparation for one of the biggest...

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Affordable gift ideas for the special people in your life

Elizabeth Anne Andrews, Staff Writer | December 18, 2023

This holiday season, it may be hard for students to find things to buy for their friends and family. Budgeting money and saving to pay for school makes it hard to have enough money to buy gifts. We also don’t have much time to go shopping or make presents with finals being a couple weeks before the holidays. However, there are some affordable things that you can buy or make for the special people...

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Review: NMSU’s production of Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’ 

Elizabeth McCall, Staff Writer | November 17, 2023

New Mexico State University’s Department of Theatre Arts and the American Southwest Theatre Company’s production of Shakespeare’s “As You Like It,” was just as I liked it; interactive, comical and exceptionally heart-warming.   Both NMSU and community actors performed the play from Nov. 3 through Nov. 12 at the Associated Students of NMSU Center for the Arts. Larissa Lury, associate...

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NMSU Call of Duty esports looks to dominate once again 
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Review: Las Cruces International Film Festival Student short films
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Letter to the Editor: NMSU Housing department’s inequity and discrimination

Looking For Research Participants- Teaming Up With Robots

April 16, 2021

NMSU Seeking Student Organizations for Aggie Carnival

NMSU Seeking Student Organizations for Aggie Carnival

July 22, 2020

Volunteers/Assistants Needed for Paranormal Research

Volunteers/Assistants Needed for Paranormal Research

October 2, 2019

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