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Exclusive: Presidential Candidate Interviews

Exclusive: Presidential Candidate Interviews

Albert Luna, Editor in Chief

April 4, 2017

During campaign week, The Round Up sat down separately with all three ASNMSU Presidential candidates (Kevin Prieto, Manuel Ordoque and Corey Stevens) and asked each of them the same questions regarding the election. Questions ranged from policy to the impending budget they will inherit, to how they w...

Spring 2017 Senate elections

Spring 2017 Senate elections

Albert Luna, Editor in Chief

April 4, 2017

Along with the Executive Branch of Elections, the Spring also carries with it new openings for ASNMSU Senators in their respective Colleges. The following are all Senate Candidates (divided by College and organized alphabetically). Some quick points to remember for voters: Senators: * Terms run for one year *...

ASNMSU PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES 2017

ASNMSU PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES 2017

Albert Luna, Editor in Chief

April 4, 2017

Hello Fellow Aggies, My name is Kevin Prieto and I am currently a junior majoring in Business Administration. I have been a part of ASNMSU since my first semester of college. I first got my start in the association through the roadrunner internship program in the Fall of 2014. I held position of Col...

Packing Tips

Packing Tips

The Round Up, Staff Writer

March 16, 2017

Let's face it, Spring Break is a perfect traveling excuse. Whether you are hitting the beach this break or simply visiting family in some colder places, we have a few tips to keep in mind and you get ready for your one week getaway. For a full list of packing tips, as well as other spring break ideas, ...

Bro Code Spring Break 2017

Bro Code Spring Break 2017

The Round Up, Staff Writer

March 16, 2017

1. What do you do if your friend is hooking up with someone who is a 4 on a scale of 10? I let them. It’s not my business. 2. What do you do if your friend needs a wingman? I try my best to help them out, as long as I know they will do the same for me. 3. How do you avoid a creeper in the club? Just make sure you...

Girl Code Spring Break 2017

Girl Code Spring Break 2017

The Round Up, Staff Writer

March 15, 2017

1. What do you do if your friend is hooking up with someone who is a 4 on a scale of 10? Let them! If they’re happy then cool. 2. What do you do if your friend needs a wingman? I would totally do it, I would pretend to think that my friend is hot, but does not like me to make them seem more desirable to the person they ...

So, What’s the Issue?

So, What's the Issue?

The Round Up, Staff Writer

March 6, 2017

The Round Up recently went around campus and asked readers what issues they belive are most prominent today. These could be from a University, National, or even Personal Standpoint, ranging from any kind of issues they feel are important. Here are some of the best responses TRU received: “I feel t...

The End of a Journey for a New Zealand Aggie

The End of a Journey for a New Zealand Aggie

Jianna Vasquez, Cultural Editor

December 5, 2016

NMSU will have hundreds of graduating students this December, and among those students will be a New Zealand native, Andrea Tauai. Tauai was only 18-years-old when she made the decision to study and play college volleyball 7,000 miles away from her home. “It was a big step, but I was super excited...

Marlon Jones: The Rewarding Road Isn’t Always the Easiest

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Derek Gonzales, Sports Editor

November 7, 2016

The junior college route is never easy. It is a place that collegiate athletes prefer to avoid because it is not glorious. It is tough going to a college that are sometimes smaller than the high school they graduated from, playing in mostly empty gyms, a far cry from the Rupp Arenas or Cameron Indoor...

A New Era for NM State Basketball Begins

A New Era for NM State Basketball Begins

Joseph Fullbright, Staff Writer

October 31, 2016

In the fall of 2004, a young 25-year old Canadian embarked on a 1,400-mile journey that would change his life forever. The head coach of the Don Bosco Catholic Secondary School basketball team all the way up in Etobicoke, Toronto, had a plan: attend graduate school in the United States and obtain...

In the Life of a Student Athlete

In the Life of a Student Athlete

Courtney Beck, Staff Writer

October 31, 2016

Q and A with Tyler Ellis The life of a college student can be stressful and time-consuming. For student-athletes, it can be a bit overwhelming at times trying to be successfully for academically and athletically, but for NMSU women’s basketball player Tyler Ellis, it is apart what makes her the b...

For Use: Legal Aid

Will VanOrder

October 24, 2016

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 for ASNMSU, I work with HR to make sure that students are working the correct...

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