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A Letter From NMSU President Garrey Carruthers

The Board of Regents moved forward on Thursday to continue the search for a new President of the University. Carruthers will retire in July of 2018 after not receiving a contract extension.

Guest Writer

August 17, 2017

Hello Aggies!   Welcome to New Mexico State University. During your time on campus, you will find that NMSU is a caring community that transforms lives through discovery. This is where our students discover more about themselves, who they are and what they want to do with their lives. We help ...

Survival Guide for Freshmen

Survival Guide for Freshmen

Jianna Vasquez, Managing Editor

August 11, 2017

 College is one of those things that hits you out of no where and when it does, it hits hard. Which is why it is a good idea to always go in with a plan. Don’t worry freshmen, we know that you don’t have any idea what’s in store for you, but the Round Up has a few tips that will make yo...

Sports Podcast: Episode 1

Sports Podcast: Episode 1

Albert Luna and Derek Gonzales

August 11, 2017

In the inaugural sports podcast, The Round Up's Editor-in-Chief Albert Luna and Director of Content Derek Gonzales sit down to discuss NMSU athletics heading into the school year including the tough early part of the football schedule, the biggest differences from last year, and Men's Basketball's biggest...

What We Have To Offer

What We Have To Offer

Albert Luna, Editor-in-Chief

August 10, 2017

Editor's Note: This article originally ran in the August 2017 print edition of The Round Up which is out now.  The last article of the last Round Up from last school year ended with an outlook to the future- a promise to students of what was to come this school year. However, we never fully ...

Letter From the Editor

Letter From the Editor

Albert Luna, Editor-in-Chief

May 1, 2017

I love this publication. The past 11 months at the Round Up have been some of the best times as Editor. Not only did we put life into a publication that had inarguably lost its identity, but we (hopefully) changed the outlook for this great institution in what I genuinely hope is the most positive way p...

Commentary: Jans was the best option for Aggie Basketball

Commentary: Jans was the best option for Aggie Basketball

Derek Gonzales, Sports Editor

May 1, 2017

It is never ideal to lose a head men’s basketball coach at a Division I institution. Either the results were not there and a change in direction was needed, or the results were there and a university with bigger financial resources and facilities comes calling and plucks away a winning head coach. ...

This Has to Be as Bad As It Gets For New Mexico

Albert Luna
Editor-in-Chief

Albert Luna, Editor-in-Chief

April 10, 2017

The past several weeks for the legislature of the state have been ugly, to say the least. Many of the issues that arose during the 60-day legislature for the State had to deal with financial funding from a variety of standpoints. There’s simply no way around the overwhelming evidence that the Stat...

The Time For Collaboration is Now

The Time For Collaboration is Now

Guest Writer

April 4, 2017

By: Emerson Morrow It’s no secret that the administration here at New Mexico State University is going to have to make some incredibly difficult budget choices over the next couple years. Decreased enrollment means that less student fee money is coming in than before. This could eventually lead to ...

History is All Around Us

History is All Around Us

Albert Luna, Editor-in-Chief

March 15, 2017

The other day I had a gentleman come into my office inquiring about a story idea he had in mind. The man, in his 60’s, attended NMSU during the early 1970’s. “I can’t believe how much this place has changed” he told me. I used that as a transition point into asking him just how different t...

Live In Your Moment

Live In Your Moment

Jianna Vasquez

March 13, 2017

College can be so hectic with a million and three things going on at once. It’s hard to balance social life, school, working, and extracurricular activities. Balancing all these out is sometimes very stressful. At first, I thought it was only me, who thought that there weren’t enough hours in the d...

3 Takeaway’s from Trump’s Address to Congress

3 Takeaway’s from  Trump’s Address  to Congress

Albert Luna, Editor-in-Chief

March 7, 2017

President Donald Trump addressed the United States Congress for the first time since taking office just over a month ago on Tuesday, February 28, in a joint session between the House and Senate. The address, which was watched by an estimated 48 million people, showed a side of The President most American...

Turning Lifting Into a Lifestyle

Turning Lifting Into a Lifestyle

Derek Gonzales

February 13, 2017

It has been over a year now since I started lifting consistently (5-7 days a week) and it has truly changed my life. It started with my best friend Kal beginning to lift with his good friend Jeremy, and soon enough, I realized how much different he started to look and decided to commit myself to mak...

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