NMSU Round Up

NMSU course schedule blocks to change for Spring 2019

Small block changes will be made for the Spring 2019 Semester.

Ariana Parra, Staff Writer

September 25, 2018

New Mexico State University will be using slightly different time blocks for the spring 2019 semester in order to keep students on track to graduate and make getting to classes on time easier. Changes include adding 15 minute breaks between twice-a-week classes moving start and end times forward by...

ASNMSU opens application process for Spring 2019 senate election

Senate Election Packets are now available in the ASNMSU offices and online.

Allysa Tellez, Political Writer

September 25, 2018

The Associated Students of New Mexico State University have opened the application for the upcoming senate election. A total of 15 senatorial positions will be available for the spring semester. Students can access the packet at the ASNMSU website. Candidates must submit their packet by Wednesday Oct. 10 no later...

Students use LinkedIn to jumpstart career search

Students can use LinkedIn to jumpstart their career search.

Lauren Roman, Staff Writer

September 25, 2018

LinkedIn is a professional network that allows people to seek future jobs and employers. Through their website and mobile app, it is possible to start searching for work before completing one’s college career. As rising New Mexico State University students begin to look for career opportunities, this...

NMSU Celebrates 130th Birthday

Photo of the NMDA building’s construction taken in 1975.
Photo courtesy of University Archives.

Aimee Ryan, Staff Writer

September 21, 2018

September 17 marked the 130th anniversary of the founding of New Mexico State University. In 1888, present-day NMSU was established as Las Cruces College and combined with the New Mexico College of Agricultural and Mechanic Arts in 1890. NMSU’s administration building today is named Hadley Hall...

Photo gallery: NMSU celebrates 130th birthday

Architect’s rendering from the 1968 yearbook. Caption reads, “Designer’s concept of the three
million dollar Corbett Center.”

Mitchell Allred and Cassidy Kuester

September 21, 2018

As NMSU celebrates its 130th birthday, The Round Up has put together a photo gallery of the University's development.                      ...

The number of NMSU on campus car accidents is rising

The number of on campus car accidents often spike at the beginning of the semester, according to the NMSUPD.

Ariana Parra, Staff Writer

September 20, 2018

With the massive influx of traffic during school hours, more car accidents have occurred between students on the New Mexico State University campus.   Andrew Bowen, the deputy chief of the New Mexico State Police Department said that the NMSUPD has responded to about ...

Chancellor Arvizu aims to make NMSU a “catalyst for change”

NMSU Chancellor Dan Arvizu has a

Alanna Herrera, Managing Editor

September 20, 2018

Recently appointed to oversee a university of nearly 24,000 students statewide and an indebted baggage of 3.3 million dollars, New Mexico State University Chancellor Dan Arvizu’s job is far from simple. Yet, his optimistic outlook and proactive energy aims to lead the university in a complete 180. ...

NMSU and UTEP compete in annual I-10 coalition blood drive

NMSU and UTEP host annual I-10 blood drive. (Source: Kiss El Paso)

Leah Romero, Feature Writer

September 20, 2018

The annual Interstate 10 Coalition Blood Drive between New Mexico State University and the University of Texas at El Paso kicked off this week and has already raised over 400 units of blood. United Blood Services hosts the event on both campuses and handles the blood after collection. They are located...

Most frequent crimes on campus

NMSU Police released annual security report Oct.1.

Jensen Stell, Staff Writer

September 19, 2018

 The most frequently arrested crimes on campus at New Mexico State University are alcohol violations, drug abuse and burglary. Students often leave their dorm rooms unsecured or leave their valuables in their cars. This is when burglaries happen, and when possessions are stolen. In the past ten...

Chancellor Arvizu gives NMSU athletic department vote of confidence

Chancellor Dan Arivzu acknowledges the difficulties of being an FBS football school and will attempt, along with Director of Athletics Mario Moccia, to lead NMSU into a FBS football conference in the near future.

Derek Gonzales, Editor-in-Chief

September 19, 2018

It is no secret. New Mexico State athletics is in survival mode. Life as an FBS-playing independent is not a viable long-term solution and the Western Athletic Conference has disintegrated into a shell of its former glorious self. NM State Director of Athletics Mario Moccia has put together the...

New Courtyard Marriott will give NMSU students a unique, hands-on experience

A new Courtyard Marriott hotel will aid NMSU HRTM students and is set to open in March of 2019. Photo courtesy of Allen Sigmon real estate group.

Leah Romero, Feature Writer

September 18, 2018

A Courtyard Marriott hotel, located adjacent to the Las Cruces Convention Center, is currently under construction and will provide Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management students at New Mexico State University a direct line to professional expertise. Work on the hotel began last October with an...

Las Cruces hearing center debuts artificial intelligence hearing aids in state

AI hearing aids are now available in Las Cruces.

Lauren Roman, Staff Writer

September 17, 2018

Starting next Monday, The Hear on Earth Hearing Care Center, located off Telshor, will be the only Audibel certified clinic in New Mexico to begin selling Via AI, a hearing aid run by artificial intelligence. The Via AI will be a hearing aid that will contain features that a normal one wouldn’t....

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