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ASNMSU appropriates $80,000 to NMSU Library following rising costs, budget cuts

April 5, 2021

On March 19, the Associated Students of New Mexico State University announced that they will be sending a one-time

NMSU Activity Center resumes operation under “yellow” county status

April 1, 2021

The New Mexico State University James...

NMSU plans to offer vaccinations, in-person learning for fall 2021

March 31, 2021

New Mexico State University plans to open to nearly full capacity for the fall semester and create opportunities to vaccinate all students, staff and faculty...

Meet NMSU’s new student regent: Neal Bitsie

March 30, 2021

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents welcomed fourth-year 

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Aggies get back in W column, split doubleheader with No. 24 Sac State
Second half letdowns drop NM State soccer in home finale

April 9, 2021

The New Mexico State soccer team concluded their regular season at the NM State Soccer Athletic Complex Friday afternoon with a 2-0 loss to budding rival...

Utah Valley sweeps Aggies in conference championship, end historic season

April 3, 2021

The New Mexico State volleyball team’s all-time season came to an unceremonious end Saturday afternoon, with the Aggies falling in a 3-0 sweep to Utah...

NM State softball rides walk-off momentum to commanding win over GCU

April 3, 2021

The New Mexico State softball team (18-16, 3-3) wrapped up their long awaited return home with a series-winning victory Saturday afternoon against Grand...

Aggies advance to WAC title game against UVU after handling Chicago State with ease

April 2, 2021

The New Mexico State volleyball team continued their tear on the conference Friday night when they swept Chicago State 25-18, 25-16, 25-17 to reach the...

In a season full of history, NM State volleyball looks to tack on another conference title

March 29, 2021

After capping of a historic season that saw the program achieve the best winning percentage in its history, the New Mexico State volleyball team’s attention...

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Round Up Lifestyle: Why you should play Super Mario 3D World with friends, but then tell them to go away when you play Bowser’s Fury 

Luis Rios, Political Writer | March 10, 2021

When thinking of Nintendo, there is no other figure that represents the company like Mario. After years of jumping on Goombas, warping in pipes and rescuing princesses, the franchise has aged like fine wine. With each release presented, it expands on its familiar formula with new creative concepts and gameplay mechanics. Thus, making each main Super Mario game its own distinguished...

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Cooking 101 with Selema: Cooking Salads

Selema Graham, Staff Writer | March 3, 2021

This one ain’t even cooking. But ideas are probably the hardest part of making food, so here’s an idea and a how to.   Cooking 101: Module 3 – Salads, because we never eat enough vegetables. Don’t even try to lie.  What you need:  Vegetables, like get a pre-made bag of leaves (why can’t it be leafs?) that look good.  Option 2: actually pick the individual...

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Meet NMSU’s new student regent: Neal Bitsie
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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

YELLOWBIRD SERVICES

YELLOWBIRD SERVICES

September 9, 2019

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