The Independent Student Voice of NMSU Since 1907

NMSU Round Up

The Independent Student Voice of NMSU Since 1907

NMSU Round Up

The Independent Student Voice of NMSU Since 1907

NMSU Round Up

Sodexo, a privately owned international corporation, partners with NMSUs housing and dining services.

A year of Sodexo: students and staff disagree over success of expansion 

Adeline Triplett, Staff Writer May 18, 2024

Last spring, New Mexico State University’s partnership with the company Sodexo expanded into the university’s housing department, leading to varying responses from students and staff.   Sodexo...

Photo courtesy of Justin Garcia at The Las Cruces Bulletin.

Pro-Palestine protest at NMSU results in student arrests, tension between police and protesters  

New Mexico State University police arrested pro-Palestine protesters on campus Thursday after they conducted a sit-in at Hadley Hall, the university’s administrative building.  Members of the Las...

Pamela Herrera-De Los Santos, México Lindo y Querido. May 7, 2024.

Variety of BFA artwork showcased in “Truly, Lovingly, Viciously”

Pablo Perea, Staff Writer May 11, 2024

On Thursday, April 25, the BFA Thesis Exhibition, “Truly, Lovingly, Viciously” opened at the Mullennix Bridge Gallery at NMSU’s University Art Museum with a panel talk from the artists. The artists...

The Aggie Memorial Plaza honors students who have died during the 2023-2024 school year. Each rock has the name of a student along with the years they lived. May 1, 2024.

NMSU honors “Aggie family” to share the love of those lost

Elizabeth Anne Andrews, Staff Writer May 10, 2024

Members of the New Mexico State University community gathered to remember the students, employees, and alumni who passed away during the 2023-2024 school year in the Aggie Remembrance Day ceremony on May...

TimelyCare can be downloaded on mobile devices for easier access to their telehealth services. May 6, 2024.

Aggie Health and Wellness extends services after hours with TimelyCare

Kaden Martinez, Staff Writer May 9, 2024

On Monday, April 27, New Mexico State University’s Aggie Health and Wellness Center launched a new 24/7 service in partnership with an outside partner, TimelyCare, to offer health resources to students...

An NMSU police cruiser is covered in colorful sticky notes as a part of the “Cover the Cruiser” event. April 23, 2024.

NMSU teams up with police to combat sexual assault 

Adeline Triplett, Staff Writer May 8, 2024

This story contains mentions of sexual assault. If you or someone you know has experienced sexual assault or abuse, please contact the National Sexual Assault Hotline at +1(800) 656-4673, La Piñon’s...

Members of the local Pro-Palestian group, Las Cruces for Palestine, have camped out in the Aggie Forest since Monday, April 29, 2024

UPDATE: Pro-Palestinian rally unifies members of NMSU community, pushes for ceasefire and disclosure of university funding 

Andrea Vasquez, Staff Writer May 7, 2024

A week has passed since the Las Cruces for Palestine group, consisting of students and community members, set up an encampment at Aggie Forest.   On Thursday, May 2, a group of around 50 protesters...

Illustration depicts multiple presidential candidates rotating out of Hadley Hall, New Mexico State University’s administration building.

The “revolving door”: A look into NMSU’s inconsistency in higher administration  

Kaden Martinez, Staff Writer May 6, 2024

New Mexico State University is entering another period of administrative uncertainty following both the eight-month long presidential search being reinstated after having been deemed a failure by the Board...

Senior Emily Dix in the circle pitching against the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs. April, 28, 2024.

Emily Dix leads Aggie softball to a 6-0 victory on senior night

Victor Fierro, Sports Writer May 4, 2024

In the final home game of the 2024 season, the Aggies took on the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs and delivered a 6-0 shutout win behind senior pitcher Emily Dix who posted a nine-strikeout performance. The Aggies...

NMSU offers two types of VR headsets, Magic Leap from Android (left) and HoloLens from Microsoft (right). April 24, 2024

The Influence of Virtual Reality:  NMSU’s VR Journey

Andrea Vasquez, Staff Writer May 1, 2024

New Mexico State University has pioneered a virtual reality setting in a variety of classrooms. Virtual Reality or VR courses have been offered to students for a couple of years, but the technology recently...

Former Vice President Eddie Gallegos and current President Ala Alhalholy discuss diversity programs budgets at a senate meeting on March 28, 2024.

A disorderly ASNMSU election cycle concluded, election bias questioned

Elizabeth Anne Andrews and Noah Apodaca May 1, 2024

After a back-and-forth spring election cycle, the 67th Senate of the Associated Students of New Mexico State University swore in incoming senators and a brand-new executive cabinet on Thursday, April 25.   The...

ViLette Stratton poses during their performance at the Annual Pride Season Drag Show. April 16, 2024

Pride Season Drag Show reignites campus life with energetic performances

Madeline Nielsen, Staff Writer April 30, 2024

April is often the busiest time of the spring semester as students fight through the final push before summer break. Luckily for New Mexico State University, LGBT+ programs presented the Annual Pride Season...

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