NMSU Round Up

For Use: Legal Aid

Will VanOrder

October 24, 2016

Filed under Features

In four hours, Karl Rysted can either run a marathon or give legal aid to four students requiring guidance. Rysted is the current Legal aid and ASNMSU advisor, and has served the position for three years. “As the advisor...

Sergeant at Arms, Reporting for Duty

Will VanOrder

October 17, 2016

Filed under Features

The time is now 6:01 pm, and the senate chambers are promptly brought to silence; the 60th Senate of ASNMSU has commenced for meeting. As the Pledge of Allegiance ends, the open forum portion of the Senate is opened. Following ...

Finding Your Fees

Will VanOrder

October 17, 2016

Filed under Features

$33.50 will buy you about 15 gallons of gas. It could get you and your date out for a nice evening at the movies, with popcorn! You could purchase enough Ramen to last all semester- maybe your whole college career- with $33.50,...

Homegrown Xavier Hall’s last games as an Aggie

Derek Gonzales, Sports Editor

October 3, 2016

Filed under Features, Sports

Xavier Hall is one of the 14 seniors on the New Mexico State football team that is in the midst of his final season in an Aggie uniform. The 2013 recruiting class will be the first recruiting that was brought in by head coach Do...

Sasha-Lee Thomas: An in-depth look at the WAC Pre-season Player of the Year

Joseph Fullbright

September 7, 2016

Filed under Features, Sports

The Western Athletic Conference volleyball media day typically carries a significant amount of weight for the sports’ season. Here, the coaches of the respective conferences teams come together to cast their votes for individual...

Professor Spotlight: Nick Miller of the Journalism Department

Salina Madrid, Cultural Editor

September 7, 2016

Filed under Features

Nick Miller, an award winning broadcast professor at New Mexico State University, is helping students turn their dreams into realities. “The journalism department at NMSU has given me something important to do after I finished...

Getting to know NM’s first osteopathic college

Aaron Stiles, Staff Writer

May 3, 2016

Filed under Features

Construction has become part of the Las Cruces landscape and while it may bother some, it’s nothing new to people in the New Mexico State University community. Since April 2015 construction has been a common sight at the nort...

Aggie Football in depth: Tyrian Taylor

Derek Gonzales, Staff Writer

April 20, 2016

Filed under Features, Sports

  Tyrian Taylor is no stranger to adversity. How could he be? He’s been fighting for his dream for too long and overcome too much not to go all out now. “You’re too small, you don’t have enough accolades...

Mumblin’, Stumblin’ Aggies: ‘The most politically incorrect fight song in the country’

Aaron Stiles, Staff Writer

January 28, 2016

Filed under Features

  Every college has a fight song.  Some may be similar in lyrics, and most are similar in spirit, may even be the same song but with lyrics changed.  All are energetic songs designed to get the crowd’s blood boiling...

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