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President town hall meeting updates on vaccination policy procedures and mental health

President town hall meeting updates on vaccination policy procedures and mental health

Luis Rios, Political Writer September 15, 2021

New Mexico State University President John Floros hosted the second town hall session of the semester on Sept. 14 to discuss COVID-19 vaccination and testing protocols as well as mental health on...

Biology professor reflects on gomphothere discovery and restoration

Biology professor reflects on gomphothere discovery and restoration

Ernesto Cisneros , Staff Writer September 15, 2021

Dr. Peter Houde, biology professor and curator of the Vertebrate Museum at New Mexico State University, was the man to call when nearly 10 years ago he was informed about some geological remnants...

Construction signage within the New Mexico State University campus

Campus construction updates: Espina and Stewart street

Ernesto Cisneros , Staff Writer September 8, 2021

Driving around campus may be a little tricky this semester as New Mexico State University’s project and development team tackles new constructions along Espina and Stewart Streets.   The projects...

Senators Sarah Roderick (left), Caleb Doss (middle) and Sophia Annette Pettes (right) were sworn in on Aug. 26 in the first meeting of the 65th Senate.

ASNMSU appoints new senators during first meeting of the semester

Luis Rios, Political Writer August 31, 2021

The 65th Senate of the Associated Students of New Mexico State University appointed new senators, approved in providing funds to the NMSU Cheer team and decided the new positions in their Special...

NMSU students returning to in-person classes on campus, while following mask policy.

NMSU students react to being back on campus for fall semester

Ernesto Cisneros , Staff Writer August 30, 2021

After a year of online learning, New Mexico State University welcomed its students back to campus for in-person classes on August 18.   Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, students can attend classes...

New Mexico State University is launching an initiative to provide all first-time freshman students an iPad bundle.

NMSU plans to give every first-year student an iPad bundle

Raul Flores, Editor-in-Chief August 26, 2021

New Mexico State University is launching an initiative that aims to provide all first-time freshmen students with an iPad bundle to help them start their college experience. The initiative is called...

Brief: Vaccine and testing protocols to begin Sept. 30

Brief: Vaccine and testing protocols to begin Sept. 30

Raul Flores, Editor-in-Chief August 9, 2021

Chancellor Dan Arvizu sent a memo on Friday, Aug. 6 to all students and families regarding new vaccine protocols for the coming fall 2021 semester. In the memo, Arvizu wrote that starting Sept. 30,...

COVID-19 guidelines posted in Corbett Center Student Union

Brief: NMSU updates mask guidelines for fully vaccinated people

Raul Flores, Editor-in-Chief June 2, 2021

Vice Chancellor and Chief COVID-19 Officer Ruth Johnston wrote an email Wednesday afternoon with an updated face mask guidance for fully vaccinated people on campus. The email, which was sent on behalf...

Aggie Health and Wellness Center and WAVE comments on Mental Health Awareness month.

AHWC and WAVE comment on Mental Health Awareness month

Xavier Dominguez, Visual Specialist May 11, 2021

On May 1, Mental Health Awareness month began its efforts to fight stigma, provide support, educate the public and advocate for policies that support people with mental illness and their families, according...

Aggie Health and Wellness Center and WAVE comments on Mental Health Awareness month.

New Mexico hosts Student Vaccination Week; NMSU to offer vaccines throughout summer

Luis Rios, Political Writer May 10, 2021

The State of New Mexico held Student COVID-19 Vaccination Week during the first week of May to prioritize in providing vaccine shots to students at ages 16 and older.   The announcement was...

Burrell College's recent parking lot expansion.

Burrell College to expand with new facilities

Rachel Baggett, Staff Writer May 10, 2021

Due to a cramped campus, the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine will be adding a new building to offer additional space for students and staff. The new building will include a library, offices...

NMSU Master Plan reveals future campus projects

NMSU campus reveals future architectural projects

Hannah Zamora, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

The New Mexico State University 10 year Master Plan, ranging from the years 2017-2027, is set to include a wide variety of upcoming architectural endeavors students have to look forward to.   NMSU...

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