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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...

ASNMSU Vice President, Ethan Ortiz struckes the gavel for the passage of Bill 4.

Brief: ASNMSU Senate Meeting addresses medical privacy

Luis Rios, Political Writer September 13, 2021

The Associated Students of New Mexico State University met on Sept, 9, where Bill 4 was given a due pass to keep a student’s personal information more secure when applying for international travel.  Before...

NMSU Courtesy Photo

NMSU Assistant Professor speaks out against COVID-19 guidelines

Lauren Roman, Feature Writer September 13, 2021

David Clements, a New Mexico State University assistant professor of Finance, recently acquired a reward to commemorate the quality of his instruction. Yet, despite the probability of suspension, Clements...

Quarterback Jonah Johnson drops back to pass against a ferocious Lobos defense.

Aggies drop “Rio Grande Rivalry” game against UNM, fall to 0-3 on season

Shelly Doyle, Sports Writer September 13, 2021

Despite some promising plays by unexpected Aggie offensive combinations, the New Mexico State Football team extended their season opening losing streak to three games, suffering a 34-25 loss in a well...

Rehearsals for the fall theatre season are underway

NMSU Theatre Department starts rehearsals for in-person shows

Hannah Zamora, Staff Writer September 10, 2021

Fall 2021 rehearsals are underway for the New Mexico State University Department of Theatre Arts. The three plays scheduled throughout the semester, “Fefu and Her Friends”, “The Thanksgiving...

Selema Graham and her fellow classmates are touring England back in April 2018.

Round Up Lifestyle: Should we consider gap years after high school?

Selema Graham, Multimedia Specialist September 9, 2021

As the school year is beginning, I’m sure we are all seeing memories on social media of the start of our own past years and feeling a sort of nostalgia. Maybe of your last year of high school or first...

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...

Kanye West's new album features a pitch-black cover

Kanye West “Donda” Album Review

Luis Rios, Political Writer September 7, 2021

After three weeks of listening parties, Kanye West’s Donda has finally been released. Dedicated to his mother, Donda is the tenth solo studio album released by the Chicago rapper and producer. The project contains a whopping...

The Aggies celebrate after an impactful first half of play. (photo contributed by NM State Athletics)

Aggies Football struggles vs. SDSU, continues search for first win

Juliana Trujillo, Sports Writer September 7, 2021

The New Mexico State football team traveled to their first away game against the San Diego State Aztecs. The NMSU Aggies started off with a strong lead in the first half and then slowed down to eventually...

The Arizona Wildcats huddle together before the next set vs. NMSU.

NM State Volleyball Faces Early Woes in Springhill Invitational

Shelly Doyle, Sports Writer September 7, 2021

The New Mexico State Volleyball Team took the Pan American Center court on Friday with the presence of fans for the first time since Nov. 16, 2019, winning one of two five set battles against Northwestern...

Fisher's internship at HERSHYPARK!

Out-of-state internships: Five reasons why you should and five reasons why you should not leave

Fisher EasleySmith, Staff Writer September 3, 2021

Internships are incredibly valuable to learning about yourself and your future career. According to NACE 2019 Internship & Co-op Survey Report, 56.1 percent of college students searching for an internship...

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