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NMSU discusses campus regulations after passing of House Bill 2

NMSU discusses campus regulations after passing of House Bill 2

Luis Rios, Political Writer April 19, 2021

As New Mexico Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed House Bill 2 on April 12, legalizing recreational marijuana in the state, questions arose on what its passage could mean for New Mexico...

Local Chick-fil-A's are collecting proceeds from cookie sales to support borderland students. Image courtesy of Chick-fil-A E. University Ave (1105 E University Ave, Las Cruces, NM).

Las Cruces, El Paso Chick-fil-A locations seek to financially support borderland college students

Rachel Baggett, Staff Writer April 19, 2021

Las Cruces and El Paso Chick-fil-A locations have teamed up with New Mexico State University and the University of Texas at El Paso to donate 50% of all chocolate chip cookies sales during the month of...

The 2021 Juried Art Show will showcase artwork from NMSU students of all majors.

NMSU Juried Student Show to display student artwork

Hannah Zamora, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

The annual Juried Student Show will be held from April 23- May 15 at the New Mexico State University Art Museum and is available for public viewing. The virtual opening reception will be held April...

ASNMSU Presidential, Vice Presidential Candidates.

Incumbent Madrid, De La Cruz address campus concerns in Monday’s ASNMSU debates

Hannah Zamora, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

In preparation for election voting to take place April 19-23, the Associated Students of New Mexico State University held the Vice President and Presidential Debates via Zoom, April 12.   Candidates...

Health and Social Services college may merge with the college of Education upon review by NMSU BOR.

Proposed college merger to face NMSU Board of Regents following faculty senate rejection

Selema Graham, Staff Writer April 14, 2021

The New Mexico State University Faculty Senate rejected the proposal to merge the College of Education and the College of Health and Social Services on Thursday, April 1 despite large support.  According...

ASNMSU prepares for bi-annual senate elections.

ASNMSU Senate candidates speak on campaign platforms

Hannah Zamora, Staff Writer April 14, 2021

The Associated Students of New Mexico State University held a candidate fair on April 9 from 6-7:30 p.m. via Zoom, prior to the beginning of Spring 2021 election campaigning on April 12.  The Senate...

NMSU Theater Department to release

“The Land Where We Stand” to be a pre-recorded virtual play

Selema Graham, Staff Writer April 13, 2021

The New Mexico State University Theater Department is creating a virtual play which will stream 7:00 p.m. each day from April 8 to April 18. It will be pre-recorded and will include photos and audio.  “I'm...

ASNMSU continues to hold virtual senate meetings.

ASNMSU meeting recap: appropriations, election updates discussed

Luis Rios, Political Writer April 13, 2021

Corrections: This story was updated on Thursday, April 15, 2021. The previous edition of this article misstated the background of B25 and incorrectly stated the passage status of B25. The name associated...

Although there are signals of life returning to normal at NMSU, some reminders remain of the COVID-19 pandemic, such as an empty Aggie Lounge during a time where it would normally be busy.

President town hall provides COVID-19 updates, addresses transition back to campus

Xavier Dominguez, Video Specialist April 12, 2021

New Mexico State University President John Floros hosted the fourth town hall of the year on Tuesday, detailing the upcoming transition back to the workplace and student life on campus.    President...

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NMSU Dance program to dwindle down to one faculty member

Raul Flores, Staff Writer April 12, 2021

New Mexico State University’s Dance program, which has been a part of the university since 1998, is facing both a student and faculty shortage.   As of today, the Dance program counts with only two...

NMSU students are eligible to apply for emergency financial aid from the HERFFII fund.

NMSU students eligible for emergency relief funding

Xavier Dominguez, Video Specialist April 6, 2021

NMSU has received $7 million in Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds II. Video Specialist Xavier Dominguez explains how students can apply for emergency financial aid up to $1200. https://youtu.be/KJklHKrdXxo

NMSU students have access to Library services at Zuhl Library as well as online.

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

Luis Rios and Hannah Zamora April 5, 2021

On March 19, the Associated Students of New Mexico State University announced that they will be sending a one-time appropriation of $80,000 to NMSU Library for student and staff necessities following recent...

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