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Biology professor reflects on gomphothere discovery and restoration

September 15, 2021

Dr. Peter Houde, biology professor and curator of the Vertebrate Museum at New Mexico State University, was the man to call...

Campus construction updates: Espina and Stewart street

September 8, 2021

Driving around campus may be a little tricky this semester as New Mexico State University’s project and development team tackles new constructions along...

ASNMSU appoints new senators during first meeting of the semester

August 31, 2021

The 65th Senate of the Associated Students of New Mexico...

NMSU students react to being back on campus for fall semester

August 30, 2021

After a year of online learning, New Mexico State University welcomed its students back to campus for in-person classes on August...

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Aggies drop “Rio Grande Rivalry” game against UNM, fall to 0-3 on season
Aggies Football struggles vs. SDSU, continues search for first win

September 7, 2021

The New Mexico State football team traveled to their first away game against the San Diego State Aztecs. The NMSU Aggies started off with a strong lead...

NM State Volleyball Faces Early Woes in Springhill Invitational

September 7, 2021

The New Mexico State Volleyball Team took the Pan American Center court on Friday with the presence of fans for the first time since Nov. 16, 2019, winning...

Aggies misfire in “Battle of I-10” season opener

August 30, 2021

For the first time since 2019, The New Mexico State University football team returned to Aggie Memorial Stadium with 19,034 seats filled, as they witnessed...

Aggie basketball legend Randy Brown’s return to NM State

May 13, 2021

It’s not often you hear about athletes who have achieved immense success in the sports world returning to academia after reaching the mountain top of...

NM State bounces back after Friday letdown, holds off surging UTRGV to claim series victory

May 2, 2021

The New Mexico State baseball team sealed a 3-1 series win over UTRGV Sunday afternoon, finishing the weekend with an 11-10 win in what looked like would...

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Fall Starbucks Drink Guide

September 15, 2021

With the release of the classic fall Starbucks drinks on Aug. 24, fall came early this year. Although fall officially begins on Sept. 22, and we are currently still experiencing 90-degree Fahrenheit weather in Las Cruces, I was first in line to make sure I got my Pumpkin Spice fix bright and early.   Pumpkin spice can be a very dividing fall-flavor, hated and adored by the...

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Round Up Lifestyle: Should we consider gap years after high school?

Selema Graham, Multimedia Specialist | September 9, 2021

As the school year is beginning, I’m sure we are all seeing memories on social media of the start of our own past years and feeling a sort of nostalgia. Maybe of your last year of high school or first year at NMSU, picture days, sporting events, things you were doing for clubs. Well, I am getting some that are a bit different. I’m getting memories from a gap year I took between high school and...

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NMSU Assistant Professor speaks out against COVID-19 guidelines
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Op-Ed: Boldly Indifferent to Sexual Assault at 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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