NMSU Round Up

Keeping Faith Strong at NMSU

Jianna Vasquez, Cultural Editor

October 31, 2016

Chi Alpha at NMSU is making their faith a priority. “We’re trying to provide an outlet for people to talk to God so that they can find comfort and peace and that God can really reach out to them and say I’m with you,” Michael Winters, the founder of NMSU’s Chi Alpha chapter said. The...

Tips To Stay Safe on Halloween

Tips To Stay Safe on Halloween

The Round Up, Staff Writer

October 24, 2016

As Halloween inches closer, it is important to remember to stay safe while having fun. Though this Holiday is a memorable occasion, taking precautionary measures will help make your night more enjoyable. Whether you’re on campus, trick-or-treating, or at a party, its always good to have some safety...

Dress for Success

Dress for Success

Salina Madrid, Cultural Editor

October 24, 2016

Picking a Halloween costume can be a hard decision at times, but with all of the new movies, presidential election, and trendy styles, it makes your choice a lot easier. This year expect to see a variety of costumes, ranging from Pokémon, to Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump and don’t underestimate...

The “Snooze Saloon”

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Salina Madrid, Cultural Editor

October 17, 2016

Corbett Center Student Union at NMSU is making students rest a priority. “The Snooze Saloon,” which is also known as the nap room, is in full effect at the university. This is collaboration between Corbett Center and ASNMSU, which opened last week. “We have cots for students to sleep in,...

Don’t Count on the Lottery

Salina Madrid, Cultural Editor

October 17, 2016

Starting next year, the lottery scholarship may not be able to pay as much student tuition as it used to. The scholarship used to cover 100 percent of tuition, but with the lack of purchase in lottery tickets, the amount will go down. “The amount is expected to decrease next year. It used to...

LGBT at NMSU Continues to Make a Difference

LGBT at NMSU Continues to Make a Difference

Salina Madrid, Cultural Editor

October 3, 2016

The LGBT program at New Mexico State University is working together to help students overcome life’s obstacles. The program is committed to the success and wellness of the NMSU community, striving to make a difference in others lives. “We want students to know that they have a place here at...

How time flies:

Courtney Beck, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016

Midterms are here which means the stress is higher than ever   It is that time of the semester when tensions and stress run high in the life of a college students. Professors are packing in the work for the inevitable midterms. However, this should not get the hopeful college student down, be...

Take Advantage of all NMSU has to Offer

Courtney Beck, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016

Tens of thousands of students attend New Mexico State University each year, but how many of those students are taking advantage of all the amenities the school has to offer? Many students attend their classes on campus, but they leave right after that not taking advantage of anything else on campus....

NMSU’s Foreign Exchange Students Break Barriers

Salina Madrid, Cultural Editor

September 26, 2016

Exchange students from all over the world are taking in the most of their experience here at New Mexico State University. “I love the Freedom here and I love the laws,” said Nawaf Almajed, a senior at NMSU from Kuwait. “The American dream to me, being a foreigner, is being able to be free.” Making...

There’s No Place Like Homecoming

Salina Madrid, Cultural Editor

September 26, 2016

New Mexico State University will come together to celebrate years of Aggie tradition the last week of September through October for homecoming. “This year we are trying to do everything bigger. We want to have better events so that we have more people, more participation, more school spirit, which...

BAC in Town

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Will VanOrder

September 26, 2016

By: Will VanOrder Several weeks ago, The Round Up offered students a brief overview of the $12.1 million in budget cuts occurring across the campus of New Mexico State University. These budget cuts affected nearly every facet of the university, with the colleges themselves being hit the hardest in...

Corbett Center Brings Fun Activities to NMSU

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Salina Madrid, Cultural Editor

September 19, 2016

Corbett Center Student Union at New Mexico State University is putting the fun back into education. “We are doing a lot of things, specifically with the students in mind, with a lot of programming for them,” said Kassie Ckodre, the Corbett Center Program Specialist. “We just want students to...

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