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Review: The horror of Junji Ito’s Uzumaki

Luis Rios, Political Writer October 13, 2021

It started with an obsession. We, the reader, follow Kirie Goshima, the protagonist, encountering a man crouched down in an alleyway and staring at a wall. She believes this distracted fellow is...

Op-Ed: Boldly Indifferent to Sexual Assault at NMSU

Op-Ed: Boldly Indifferent to Sexual Assault at NMSU

Community Author May 20, 2021

Four years ago, I was sexually assaulted at NMSU. This is exceedingly common on college campuses, “among undergraduate students, 26.4% of females and 6.8% of males experience rape or sexual assault through...

Editorial: What’s the deal with Faculty Talk?

Alanna Herrera, Editor-in-Chief February 4, 2021

Most students have probably never heard of faculty-talk, but I will break it down as I know it to be: Faculty Talk is an email-forum intended for our educators at New Mexico State University to further...

Student Media, taken April 3, 2020 after being disinfected and closed for the Spring 2020 semester due to COVID-19.

Wrapping Up 2020 at The Round Up

Alanna Herrera, Editor-in-Chief January 4, 2021

We made it. Far from ordinary, fall 2020, as it was for most, was unlike any year faced before. In journalism, the unexpected is meant to be expected, and in a year like 2020, it became the new normal...

Candlelight vigil during Juneteenth observance, June 19, 2020.

Letter to the Editor: A Call for Change

Molly Kaiser, Community Author November 6, 2020

By Molly Kaiser, NMSU Student Trayvon Martin, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Atatiana Jefferson, Stephon Clark, Alton Sterling, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, and the list goes on. These are just a few of...

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Opinion: A Failure of One’s Own 

Ashlerose Francia , Community Contributor September 21, 2020

Last week, I had the opportunity to hand out US Constitutions to Aggie community members who may or may not have had an interest in this country’s (no matter how disgraced) foundational...

NMSUs department of Government located in Breland Hall.

Opinion: Challenge Accepted: A Defense of the United States Constitution

Kohlby McInnes, Community Contributor September 21, 2020

I would like to begin by saying that Professor Rosendorf’s opinion on the Constitution has neither devalued his standing with me nor improved it. I view him as the same. However, in the spirit of his...

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Opinion: Constitution Day Is a Sham Because the Constitution is a Failure

Neal M. Rosendorf, Associate Professor, Department of Government September 16, 2020

The opinions expressed in this article are solely the author’s. A year ago I published an opinion piece in the Las Cruces Sun-News asserting that Constitution Day as a celebration should be abolished...

Lifestyle: A critique of Nolans Tenet

Lifestyle: A critique of Nolan’s Tenet

Raul Flores, Staff Writer September 11, 2020

Director Christopher Nolan goes deeper down the rabbit whole than ever before, unfortunately he goes so deep that it all barely makes sense at all.     Nolan is known for...

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Letter: A Reply to President Floros’s Call for Respectful Debate

Neal M. Rosendorf, Ph.D., Associate Professor of International Relations Department of Government July 13, 2020

“I think that we should be men first, and subjects afterward. It is not desirable to cultivate a respect for the law, so much as for the right. The only obligation which I have a right to assume is to...

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I Can’t Breathe

Lauren Roman, Staff Writer June 9, 2020

I can’t breathe, The solemn cry of that terrible sting, That hopeless plea that prevails earth’s light, And sends its people into darkness, black as night. The inhalation of the people’s...

Let’s Talk About It: A Call to all Aggies

Let’s Talk About It: A Call to all Aggies

We, the senior leadership of New Mexico State University and the NMSU Diversity Council, are disheartened that we are still experiencing tragedies of racially based hatred in 2020. Words cannot express...

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