NMSU Round Up

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...

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...

Photo of Michael O. Snyder (Courtesy of New Mexico State University)

NMSUCCESS host film screening, discussion on climate change, visual storytelling 

Luis Rios, Staff Writer April 11, 2022

A potent photo or film can move hearts and minds, and award-winning photographer and filmmaker Michael O. Snyder counts on that truth in the fight against climate change. Snyder hopes his filmmaking skills...

One of the art pieces that Victoria Hubbard had put In Juried Art Show 2022.

NMSU 2022 Juried Art Show helps artists pave the way for modernized art

Leighanne Munoz, Staff Writer April 6, 2022

The juried show is an annual art show that happens once a year in which different students from all majors could submit their artwork to be displayed at New Mexico State University. The show has a different...

NMSU Grad Workers United continue their fight to be heard

NMSU Grad Workers United continue their fight to be heard

Hannah Zamora, Staff Writer April 6, 2022

The New Mexico State University Grad Workers United continue to fight for their right to unionize and bargain with NMSU. After nearly a year of waiting, on March 18, 2022 NMSU Grad Workers United announced...

Candidates make their case to become new ASNMSU President and Vice President

Candidates make their case to become new ASNMSU President and Vice President

Ernesto Cisneros, Political Writer April 4, 2022

Candidates running to be the next student body president and vice president of New Mexico State University debated to an in-person crowd of very few on March 30, 2022. However, that didn’t stop them...

Indoor consumption lounge at Sol Cannabis.

Local dispensaries share excitement over legalization of recreational marijuana

Juliana Trujillo, Sports Writer April 1, 2022

Recreational marijuana sales begin across New Mexico at midnight on April 1 as the state joins 17 others in the legal cannabis business. Adults 21-years and older can now purchase up to two ounces or about...

DAS office is under renovation to offer better service for Aggie students on the second floor of Corbett Center, suite 204. Dayana Villanueva

Beyond the stigma: Students need an equal playing field in the classroom

Dayana Villanueva, Staff Writer March 29, 2022

Some students might have a stigma that special accommodation is only for people who have visible hardship, and the stigma may be playing against them. Disability Access Service (DAS) are working to help...

Fast Fashion is out: Aggie Fashion Club host Sustainable Met Gala Fashion Runway

Fast Fashion is out: Aggie Fashion Club host Sustainable Met Gala Fashion Runway

Dayana Villanueva, Staff Writer March 29, 2022

Aggie Fashion Club (AFC) is hosting The Sustainable Met Gala Fashion Show. The event is an entertaining and inspiring runway that hopes to bring audience members and attendees to admire designs made from...

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