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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

Breaking: Dean of Students office announces death of NMSU student

Breaking: Dean of Students office announces death of NMSU student

Ernesto Cisneros, Managing Editor September 22, 2022

In a statement sent to The Round Up on Thursday (Sept. 22), the Dean of Students office announced the death of a New Mexico State University student, which occurred off campus. An investigation into her...

Members of the ASNMSU Senate convened on Thursday night, Sept. 15, 2022, to discuss and vote on bills that were vetoed by President Moseley.

A ‘slap in the face,’ ASNMSU Senate re-passes vetoed bills

Claire Quintana, Political Writer September 21, 2022

The 66th Senate of the Associated Students of New Mexico State University met Sept.15 to discuss and reconsider two bills that were vetoed by President Garrett Moseley due to the on-going budget crisis....

NMSU faculty members address international students concerns during Tuesdays town hall on Sept.13, 2022.

Graduate Student Council holds special town hall for international students to voice concerns

Claire Quintana, Political Writer September 19, 2022

The Graduate Student Council held a special town hall on Sept. 13 in the Corbett Auditorium for international students to voice their concerns. Some of the issues included housing and not enough social...

ASNMSU Senators discuss bills and amendments to the ASNMSU law book on Sept. 1, 2022.

ASNMSU Senate passes lawbook amendments, tightens up budget allocations

Claire Quintana, Political Writer September 7, 2022

The 66th Senate of the Associated Students of New Mexico State University held their second meeting on Sept. 1, 2022, where they discussed a budget crisis and passed Bills 13 and 16 to help alleviate this...

Students gather around the lobby in Corbett Center Student Union to study for classes, Aug. 30, 2022.

To Mask or Not to Mask: Half a year since New Mexico’s mask mandate lift 

Ethan Ortiz-Ulibarri, Staff Writer September 7, 2022

It’s been over half a year since New Mexico government officials and the NMSU administration made the decision to lift the COVID-19 mask mandate. With NMSU’s return to classes, most students have taken...

A student rides their bike up the International Mall on Aug. 30, 2022.

Five fun ways to get around campus

Noelle Whetten, Lifestyle Writer September 6, 2022

If I have learned one thing from my four years in college, it is that walking has become a dreaded task. With students’ classes all over campus, walking can make you vulnerable to the weather, being...

Graduate students and other supporters at the Graduate Worker Union rally hold signs while taking a group picture on June 9, 2022

NMSU Graduate Workers Union moves toward negotiations with administration

Cielo Rodriguez, Editor in Chief June 9, 2022

The NMSU Graduate Workers Union held a rally around Hadley Hall on NMSU campus June 9 2022. This was a call for solutions for tuition remission among other demands based on the current conditions the NMSU...

Calling all runners: The Annual Turkey Trot is coming up!

Calling all runners: The Annual Turkey Trot is coming up!

Shelly Doyle, Sports Editor June 6, 2022

With roots set as far back as 1896, the tradition of a Turkey Trot race has become a nationwide phenomenon as almost everywhere in America hosts the race during the Thanksgiving holiday. Our Las Cruces...

We remember them today. We remember them tomorrow. They are forever a part of our Aggie family. Taken on May 1.

Aggie Remembrance Day honors students, faculty and alumni that have passed on

Ernesto Cisneros, Political Writer May 2, 2022

In a tradition that was started by the Department of Student Life, fellow Aggies who have passed away within the past year are honored in a ceremony for the contributions they gave to this world.   On...

Students sit inside Corbett Center Student Union. Date taken April 20, 2022

AAPI visibility on NMSU campus and the next steps to be seen

Hannah Zamora, Staff Writer April 26, 2022

Currently, New Mexico State University does not have any university run programs that serve Asian/Asian American and Pacific Islander [AAPI] identifying students. Several NMSU students have stepped forward...

Former senator and recently elected ASNMSU student-body president Garret Moseley

Senators Moseley and Herndon claim victory in ASNMSU elections

Ernesto Cisneros, Political Writer April 18, 2022

Elections for student-body leadership have wrapped up with a record amount of voter turnout this year. Unofficial results released late Friday night (April 8) via Instagram by the Associated Students of...

Hookup Culture at Universities: Everybody plays a role

Hookup Culture at Universities: Everybody plays a role

Dayana Villanueva, Staff Writer April 16, 2022

Hookups during college can be as fun as it sounds and as just as frightening for the dating script and the risks that are involved. Current college classrooms are mostly full by those considered to...

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