NMSU Round Up

Don’t Count on the Lottery

Salina Madrid, Cultural Editor

October 17, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

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...

The Effect of the Cut

Luis Finston, Staff Writer

October 17, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

NMSU is still feeling the repercussions from a 12-million-dollar budget cut this year. From having degree programs, faculty, and student organizations losing half of their budget, all aspects of the NMSU community are feeling...

How time flies:

Courtney Beck, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

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...

Student Navigators Help Navigate the Way

Luis Finston, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

As an incoming freshman at NMSU, organizations such as the Student Success Navigators are pathing the way for students to reach their full potential. The role of Student Navigators is get students on track with their college...

Take Advantage of all NMSU has to Offer

Courtney Beck, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

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...

NMSU’s Foreign Exchange Students Break Barriers

Salina Madrid, Cultural Editor

September 26, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

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....

There’s No Place Like Homecoming

Salina Madrid, Cultural Editor

September 26, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

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...

Homecoming- What it Means For Students

Luis Finston

September 26, 2016

Filed under Campus Life

Homecoming has been a tradition at NMSU since 1926 and allows for alumni and current students to show their school spirit and pride. Student organizations are in the process of building their floats for the Homecoming parade...

BAC in Town

BAC in Town

September 26, 2016

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