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NM State Sundancer alumna takes reigns of Dance Team

May 5, 2021

The New Mexico State University Sundancer Dance Team is welcoming...

NMSU Carlsbad to become Southeast New Mexico College July 1

May 4, 2021

New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed a bill allowing the New Mexico State University-Carlsbad branch to become an independent community college...

ASNMSU resolution calls out unresolved sexual assault cases

May 4, 2021

The 64th Associated Students of New Mexico State University...

NMSU Honors College hosted annual “Speaker Series” with BD Wong

May 3, 2021

On Wednesday, New Mexico State University Honors College hosted the annual “Speaker Series” with guest speaker BD Wong on...

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NM State bounces back after Friday letdown, holds off surging UTRGV to claim series victory
Aggies mount epic comebacks, keep winning streak alive through Senior Day

May 1, 2021

The New Mexico State women’s softball team (27-18, 12-3) continued to dominate as they swept Utah Valley (20-25, 5-10) in their three game series this...

NM State women’s golf team continues to shine as university’s most successful program

April 29, 2021

Led by back-to-back Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year Danny Bowen, the New Mexico State women’s golf team is set to head to sunny California...

Aggies snap nine game losing streak with win over Tarleton State

April 24, 2021

The New Mexico State baseball team finally gets a win, defeating Tarleton State 8-3 to end a nine game losing streak, taking advantage of hits they’ve...

NM State continues winning ways, sweeps Trailblazers for sixth straight

April 24, 2021

The New Mexico State softball team (24-18, 9-3) made sure work of Dixie State (18-24, 6-9) at in St. George, Utah as they extended their winning streak...

Student athletes in NM to be able to profit off name, likeness beginning July 1

April 22, 2021

On Wednesday, April 14, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan signed Bill 94 — a bill that bucks the decades-long standards of eligibility enforced by the...

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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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Norma Grijalva retires after 30 years serving NMSU
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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

Aqua Environmental Testing Lab

Aqua Environmental Testing Lab

September 23, 2019

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