NMSU Round Up

Virginia Phillips, an NMSU student protests outside Hadley Hall on Nov. 16.

NMSU community rallies in protest for removal of President and Provost

Luis Rios and Ernesto Cisneros November 19, 2021

Students and faculty marched in protest to Hadley Administration on Nov. 16 to voice their concerns about the leadership of New Mexico State University under current President John Floros and Provost...

NMSU seeks to draw in more international students with the addition of the Duolingo English Test

NMSU to allow Duolingo English Test as English proficiency exam

Hannah Zamora, Staff Writer November 17, 2021

The New Mexico State University Faculty Senate convened on Nov. 4 at 4 p.m. where Vice President of Research and Dean of the Graduate school Luis Cifuentes presented his decision to allow international...

New Mexico State University in-campus faculty and staff parking lot

NMSU faculty and employees have mixed reactions towards vaccine requirements

Ernesto Cisneros , Staff Writer November 16, 2021

According to the latest statements from Chancellor Arvizu’s office, President Biden’s executive order for vaccination of federal workers, “applies to all NMSU employees.”   The initial statement,...

Dr. Renay Scott, acting Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs.

BREAKING: Dr. Renay Scott named acting provost while Carol Parker is on administrative leave

Raul Flores, Editor-in-Chief November 11, 2021

President John Floros and Chancellor Dan Arvizu announced in an email this morning that Vice President for Student Success, Dr. Renay Scott, will serve as acting Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic...

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...

Faculty Senate Representative, Tauna Cole-Dorn provided updates on Faculty Senate.

Proposition to remove president and provost gets approved by Faculty Senate

Luis Rios and Fisher EasleySmith November 5, 2021

The New Mexico State University Faculty Senate and 65th Senate of the Associated Students of NMSU have voted to pass resolutions pertaining to a Vote of No Confidence in President John Floros and Provost...

The NMSU Graduate students launched their petition on Oct. 13

NMSU Graduate students fight for changes in pay

Hannah Zamora, Staff Writer November 2, 2021

New Mexico State University Graduate Workers United have launched a petition urging NMSU to recognize their right to unionize and bargain with them. Originally, the GWU case was set to be heard...

Breland Hall, home of the criminal justice department which houses the Borderlands and Ethnic studies program.

Efforts continue to departmentalize NMSU’s Borderlands & Ethnic Studies Program

Ernesto Cisneros , Staff Writer November 2, 2021

Professors, community members and alumni across the state are urging New Mexico State University’s administration to create a new department on campus that would house the Borderlands & Ethnic...

The Research and Creative Activities Committee approached Faculty Senate on Sept. 24

NMSU Faculty Senate to consider reestablishing “Faculty Talk”

Elijah Nix, Staff Writer October 26, 2021

The Research and Creative Activities Committee formally proposed the reestablishment of Faculty Talk at a Faculty Senate meeting on Sept. 24.  For those who are unfamiliar with the platform, Faculty...

ASNMSU Senate meet to discuss new legislation

ASNMSU passes new legislation for new security installation and Lawbook accessibility

Luis Rios, Political Writer October 25, 2021

The 65th Senate of the Associated Students of New Mexico State University met on Oct. 21, where they passed legislation to install new security to their offices in the Corbett Center Student Union...

Front view of Piñon Hall, one of New Mexico State Universitys undergraduate housing residence halls.

“We can only do so much,” Resident Assistants raise concerns about pay and working conditions

Ernesto Cisneros, Staff Writer October 22, 2021

Two resident assistants (RAs) employed by New Mexico State University’s Housing & Residential Life spoke out against the current working conditions and circumstances surrounding their pay.   The...

COVID-19 related signage on the NMSU campus, near the Aggie Health and Wellness Center

President’s Town Hall addressed important COVID-19 updates

Luis Rios, Political Writer October 19, 2021

The New Mexico Student University President’s Town touched on updates relating to COVID-19 and Research and Creativity Week (RCW) on Oct. 12, but without President John Floros hosting. Ruth Johnston,...

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