NMSU Round Up

Arts and Science’s Senate Race Likely To Be The Closest

Arts and Science’s Senate Race  Likely To Be The Closest

Jianna Vasquez, Cultural Editor

April 4, 2017

Campaigning for the Arts & Sciences Senate kicked off on March 27 and nominees are working hard to get voters endorsements. There are seven students running for the senate position and only four will be chosen. Two candidates are up for re-election. On Tuesday, March 28, Arts & Sciences candidates...

Delta Gamma presents Anchor Slam

Delta Gamma presents Anchor Slam

Jianna Vasquez, Cultural Editor

February 22, 2017

NMSU’s Delta Gamma held their twelfth annual anchor slam on Saturday, February 18. The sorority hosts the event each year to raise awareness for the visually impaired. Anchor Slam, is a three on three basketball tournament hosted at the NMSU Activity Center. The foundation reaches out to members of the c...

‘Love Trumps Hate’ Rally Held on Campus

‘Love Trumps Hate’ Rally Held on Campus

Albert Luna, Editor-in-Chief

February 20, 2017

Valentine’s Day at New Mexico State University featured a group of students and community members partaking in a protest march across campus. The ‘Love Trumps Hate’ march, started around one o’clock near Corbett Center Student Union, where the sizable group of students initially met, and pro...

Wave

Wave

Jianna Vasquez, Cultural Editor

February 13, 2017

It’s no secret that students gain more than an education in college. Along the way you probably learned how to play more than one drinking game and you probably know how many beers you can have before you are over your limit, or have you? According to CollegeDrinkingPrevention.Gov, about 1 in 4 colleg...

NMSU’s Chicano Programs

Jianna Vasquez, Cultural Editor

February 10, 2017

The Chicano Programs and other “ethnic” programs were established simultaneously at NMSU in the 1970s as a result of student protest happening on campus. Students felt the need to have faculty who not only understood their background, but also the issues they were facing. Administration responded...

Kiss and Tell

Jianna Vasquez, Cultural Editor

February 10, 2017

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, but if you don’t have a date, Aggies Activity Council and Barnes & Nobles have you covered. Aggies Activity Council will be co-programming with Barnes & Nobles to bring the community a night of games, food and music on Monday, February 13. Barnes...

6 tips for Dating in College

Jianna Vasquez, Cultural Editor

February 10, 2017

1. Don’t do it. Enjoy yourself and have fun because college is a time to find yourself and to become whatever and whoever you want to be, but if you are going to do it here’s a list of five other tips to help you out. 2. Don’t get too serious if you are not ready. It’s okay if you don’t want to get serio...

Aggies get Technical

Jianna Vasquez, Cultural Editor

February 9, 2017

NMSU has many state-of-the-art computer labs located around campus. These services are brought to students by ICT Student Technology and Planning. ICT Student Technology and Planning has one primary goal of bringing students from different colleges together to address university and state-wide technology...

Equality for all Aggies

Jianna Vasquez, Cultural Editor

December 5, 2016

Aggies for feminism is not only an organization that focuses on equality for women, but serves to promote equality among the whole NMSU student body. A-F-F focuses on topics such as sexual violence, female sexuality, gender inequality in work and social environments, media representations of women...

Social Media Takeover

Social Media Takeover

Salina Madrid, Cultural Editor

December 5, 2016

Social media is becoming a drug and society is getting addicted. What started Out as simple as email has now evolved into huge network giants such as including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Though it is a fun way to communicate, it is effecting our social skills tremendously. “There has...

How An NMSU Student Turned a Project Into a Resolution

How An NMSU Student Turned a Project Into a Resolution

Joseph Fullbright, Staff Writer

December 5, 2016

There are many common factors of Earth’s environmental issue of air pollution: the big factories that are constantly releasing smoke into the atmosphere and the big vehicles that can release exhaust. But, would you ever guess that something as little as Styrofoam has such an impact on our planet? Styrofoam...

Food Truck Mania

Food Truck Mania

Salina Madrid, Cultural Editor

November 14, 2016

Have you ever wanted a good, quick meal? Well food trucks are the place to be. Whether you are on your lunch break or just exploring new things, you won’t be disappointed. You can never go wrong with a sandwich, but if you want to spice things up a bit head over to 138 Sandwiches located at the...

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