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NMSU Round Up

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NMSU Round Up

The Independent Student Voice of NMSU Since 1907

NMSU Round Up

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College of Engineering Senator Eric Gauthier expresses his views on Bill 136 during Thursdays senate meeting on Nov. 10, 2022, in Domenici Hall.
ASNMSU Senate funds Men of Color holiday event, adds funds to its emergency budget
Claire Quintana, Political Writer • November 17, 2022

The Associated Students of New Mexico State University passed two bills Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022, regarding the emergency fund budget and the...

Black Student Association members gather in their new space on Oct. 7, 2022. From left to right, Ignacio Alvarado, Hunter Stewart, Kirsten Gentle and Imani Alexander.
‘A long time coming,’ Black Programs hosts open house in new office space
November 17, 2022

Black Programs recently moved into Corbett Center from their original space in Garcia Center with the hopes of making their new space more personal...

Head of the CMI and Journalism department Amy Lanasa questions the high prices of building renovations. Nov. 3, 2022.
Borderlands and Ethnic Studies searches for a new home in HEST
November 13, 2022

The NMSU Borderlands and Ethnic Studies program is working to move into the College of Health, Education, and Social Transformation. Leaders...

Corbett Center Student Union will receive an upgrade to their safety systems. Oct. 30, 2022
Revenue Bond Issuance Series 2022 for NMSU campus, introduces new improvement projects 
November 13, 2022

Earlier this semester, NMSU officials proposed and approved a $28 million dollar revenue bond that will be allocated to improve some major spaces...

ASNMSU Senate holds a vote on an amendment to Bill 99 on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2022.
ASNMSU Senate funds SWE conference and MUN competition
November 9, 2022

The 66th Senate of the Associated Students of New Mexico State University passed Bills 108 and 99 on Oct. 27, pertaining to the Society of Women...

NM State Football drops three-game streak in loss to SEC Missouri Tigers
Breaking: NMSU vs. UNM men’s basketball game postponed due to active shooting investigation

November 19, 2022

Saturday's men's basketball game between New Mexico State University and University of New Mexico has been postponed due to a homicide incident that occurred...

Women’s basketball secures I-25 win with new head coach Adams

November 17, 2022

The NMSU women’s basketball program took on the UNM Lobos in their rivalry game Tuesday night at the Pan American Center. With only two games under her...

NM State football crushes Lamar, extends win streak to three games

November 14, 2022

New Mexico State quarterback Diego Pavia took control of Saturday's afternoon game against FCS Lamar University. "I think he [Pavia] did some great...

NM State men’s basketball loses on the road to rival UTEP

November 14, 2022

The New Mexico State University men's basketball team traveled just 45 minutes to play their first Division I school of the year; I-10 rivals. NM State...

NMSU’s memorable soccer season comes to an end with late game score

November 12, 2022

Coming off a big win for the Aggies, the soccer program met the Mississippi Bulldogs for the first time on Friday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament....

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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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Downtown Blues Coffee: The local salons and atmosphere for everyone

Elijah Nix, Lifestyle Writer | November 22, 2022

Downtown Blues is a locally owned coffee shop in Downtown Las Cruces. The shop is owned by Frankie Jaurequi, who opened the shop with the help of some friends in Dec. 2019.  As the name suggests, the shop places a particular emphasis on blues music and art.  “I brought [my friends] in just to sell a little bit of their stuff like records and some vintage items,” Jaurequi said. “So, the...

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NMSU Fashion Club brings the National Retail Federation to campus for career and scholarship opportunities

Noelle Whetten, Lifestyle Writer | November 17, 2022

Being on campus for two years, the National Retail Federation has already made its impact on campus by giving students life-changing opportunities to connect with the retail industry year around. This membership is not only for those interested in fashion but anyone passionate about the retail and business industry.   What is the National Retail Federation?   The National Retail Federation...

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Downtown Blues Coffee: The local salons and atmosphere for everyone
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Güey: The shapeshifting curse word
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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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