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Kendra Espiritus dreams are becoming a reality as she works to open Grounded, a coffee, pizza and wine lounge.

Grounded: A NMSU story

Fisher EasleySmith, Staff Writer November 19, 2021

Las Cruces native Kendra Espiritu is making her dream a reality by opening a wine and wood-fired pizza lounge in downtown Las Cruces called Grounded.   Espiritu, a New Mexico State University senior...

Nov. 11 is a day to recognize and celebrate the men and women who have served their country.

Veteran’s Day: A day to honor those who served

Juliana Trujillo, Sports Writer November 11, 2021

On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918, World War I ended. The United States currently celebrates the day as Veteran’s Day. It is a time for the U.S. to thank its brave men and women...

Lori McKee, recently-retired executive director of student health at the Aggie Health and Wellness Center.

Lori McKee retires after 25 years working with New Mexico State University

Elijah Nix, Staff Writer November 10, 2021

Lori McKee, executive director for student health at the Aggie Health and Wellness Center, officially retired from New Mexico State University after 25 years on Friday, Oct. 29.  McKee was hired onto the...

Wave: The newest edition to the Wonder Dog legacy

Meet Wave: NMSU newest edition to the Wonder Dog tradition

Elijah Nix, Staff Writer October 11, 2021

On Sept. 25, Striking passed on the title of “Wonder Dog” to a new dog named Wave.  Wave is now a part of this New Mexico State tradition from the previous two Wonder Dogs: Smoki and...

Dr. Edward Pines and his fourth Donald C. Roush Award for Teaching Excellence

NMSU Professor Dr. Edward Pines wins fourth Donald C. Roush Award for Teaching Excellence

Hannah Zamora, Staff Writer September 29, 2021

New Mexico State University Professor of Industrial Engineering Edward Pines has won his fourth Donald C. Roush Award for Teaching Excellence. Pines has been teaching at NMSU for 27 years and has...

Head of the journalism department and professor, Dr. Hwiman Chung sits in his office in Milton Hall.

Dr. Chung resigns as Department Head of Journalism and Media Studies

Hannah Zamora, Staff Writer September 21, 2021

On Sept. 1, after 10 years of service, New Mexico State University Professor Dr. Hwiman Chung announced his resignation as the Department Head of Journalism and Media Studies. Chung will remain...

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NMSU Assistant Professor speaks out against COVID-19 guidelines

Lauren Roman, Feature Writer September 13, 2021

David Clements, a New Mexico State University assistant professor of Finance, recently acquired a reward to commemorate the quality of his instruction. Yet, despite the probability of suspension, Clements...

Randy Brown comes back to NM State to finish his degree in hopes of one day coaching the Aggies. (Ken Levine, Getty Images)

Aggie basketball legend Randy Brown’s return to NM State

James Martin and Trent Nickell 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 the sports world, making New Mexico State basketball...

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Norma Grijalva retires after 30 years serving NMSU

Luis Rios, Political Writer May 3, 2021

After over 30 years of working at New Mexico State University, Information and Communication Technologies’ Chief Information Officer Norma Grijalva is retiring. Grijalva was born in Truth or Consequences,...

NMSU student aims to make childrens lives a little brighter, by providing donated toys to local childrens hospitals.

NMSU student collects toy donations for children’s hospital

Xavier Dominguez, Video Specialist April 22, 2021

Gabe Marshall, a third-year student at New Mexico State University, uses bins around campus to collect toys for local children's hospitals. "I felt I wanted to help out the community, I wanted to focus...

Neal Bitsie, courtesy image from NMSU BOR

Meet NMSU’s new student regent: Neal Bitsie

Rachel Baggett, Staff Writer March 30, 2021

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents welcomed fourth-year Engineering Physics student, Neal Bitsie, as the new Student Regent on March 13, 2021.   To be appointed as Student Regent,...

Classes at NMSU will continue online for the remainder of the semester in response to the spread of COVID-19 in the state. 

*Image and caption written March 16 2020*

Transition to Online Learning: NMSU reflects one year later

Raul Flores, Staff Writer March 24, 2021

It has been a year since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States, forcing a major lifestyle change for everyone which included nationwide school closures, curfews and a lockdown. New Mexico State...

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