The Independent Student Voice of NMSU Since 1907

NMSU Round Up

The Independent Student Voice of NMSU Since 1907

NMSU Round Up

The Independent Student Voice of NMSU Since 1907

NMSU Round Up

Image of Split Identity,  Chalk pastel and colored pencil on paper. Made in 2022 by Analinda Gonzalez.

NMSU alum paints generational trauma in upcoming exhibition

Riley Robertson, Staff Writer November 30, 2022

From humble beginnings of drawing figures on a dry erase board, to having her work featured in national art exhibitions, artist Analinda Gonzalez portrays her own lived experiences within the U.S. immigration...

The Downtown Blues Cafe hosts music and poetry every wednesday evening where members of the Las Cruces community share their art. Nov. 16, 2022

Downtown Blues Coffee: The local salons and atmosphere for everyone

Elijah Nix, Lifestyle Writer November 22, 2022

Downtown Blues is a locally owned coffee shop in Downtown Las Cruces. The shop is owned by Frankie Jaurequi, who opened the shop with the help of some friends in Dec. 2019.  As the name suggests, the...

Attendees of the community tournament each started their battles against one another with a friendly fist bump. Oct. 17, 2022.

Competitive Smash Bros. in Las Cruces: Everything you need to know

Elijah Nix, Lifestyle Writer November 7, 2022

Since 1999, “Super Smash Bros.” has captured the hearts of gamers with its comical battles between Nintendo characters. Twenty-three years later, the legacy lives on in “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate”...

Living the Legacy: Meet Las Cruces guard Deuce Benjamin

Living the Legacy: Meet Las Cruces guard Deuce Benjamin

Shelly Doyle, Sports Editor November 5, 2022

The New Mexico State men's basketball program is continuing the trend of hometown heroes on the roster with the newest edition, former Las Cruces High Bulldawg Deuce Benjamin. Now, if you have been a tried...

Viktorya Martinez (left) and Gabrielle Garduño (right) are both working towards their major in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. Sept. 28, 2022

The future of engineering is female

Ethan Ortiz-Ulibarri, Staff Writer October 24, 2022

It’s no secret that the engineering field has been historically dominated by men. Only 21% of engineering students are women in the United States. Although this trend may be disheartening, these numbers...

Owner of Alma’s Kitchen Arik Ruiz serves a customer on Oct. 7, 2022. Almas Kitchen is located in Frenger Food Court on the NMSU campus next to Zuhl Library.

Alma’s Kitchen: A bite of authentic Mexican food on campus

Elijah Nix, Lifestyle Writer October 18, 2022

Locally owned campus restaurant, Alma’s Kitchen, continues to serve NMSU’s community while looking for ways to expand its reach on campus. Alma’s Kitchen originally opened ten years ago at the...

Tony the therapy dogs visit NMSU to helps relieve stress as students enter finals weeks.

Tony the therapy dogs pays a visit to NMSU

Emma Hood, Multimedia Specialist April 13, 2022

For students who were stressed out from school or just wanted to feel some joy, on Aggie grounds a therapy dog was here to save the day.    Tony the therapy dog, accompanied by owner Lisa Archer,...

As the new associate vp and chief information officer, Bunton will be completing a new role with New Mexico State University.

Thomas E. Bunton to serve as the NMSU’s new Chief Information Officer.

Elijah Nix, Feature Writer April 12, 2022

Chief Information Officers (CIOs) oversee a variety of an institution’s efforts. According to Dr. Thomas E. Bunton, these include focusing the institution’s technological and strategic direction, establishing...

International Club hosts Holi Party to culturally celebrate the festival of colors.

NMSU International Club celebrates Holi this Saturday

Selema Graham, Multimedia Specialist March 24, 2022

The International Club at New Mexico State University is hosting an event to celebrate Holi, an ancient Hindu tradition celebrating the arrival of spring, on Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Corbett Center Outdoor...

Dr. Dorothy Campbell, recently selected as interim provost for NMSU.

A sit-down with Dr. Dorothy Campbell, interim provost of NMSU 

Ernesto Cisneros , Political Writer March 24, 2022

Dr. Dorothy Campbell filled her role as interim provost of New Mexico State University on March 1 being among the few administrators of color in NMSU’s history. She now oversees academic affairs during...

Kevin James Comerford, the recently selected library dean for New Mexico State University

New NMSU library dean wants to pursue technology and digitization

Elijah Nix, Feature Writer February 16, 2022

After much deliberation, Kevin James Comerford was announced to be NMSU’s new library dean on Jan. 14, 2022.  As library dean, Comerford will take on many responsibilities regarding the structure,...

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...

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