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The Independent Student Voice of NMSU Since 1907

NMSU Round Up

The Independent Student Voice of NMSU Since 1907

NMSU Round Up

Darian Markham with the save against UTRGV. Sept. 22, 2022.

NM State Volleyball takes difficult loss to UTRGV opening conference play

Joseph Settle, Sports Writer September 23, 2022

The New Mexico State Volleyball squad looked to kick off WAC play this weekend after being on the road for eight of their last 10 games. Hoping to secure their fourth-straight conference title, the Aggies...

Breaking: Dean of Students office announces death of NMSU student

Breaking: Dean of Students office announces death of NMSU student

Ernesto Cisneros, Managing Editor September 22, 2022

In a statement sent to The Round Up on Thursday (Sept. 22), the Dean of Students office announced the death of a New Mexico State University student, which occurred off campus. An investigation into her...

NM State football drops one more over the weekend to Wisconsin

NM State football drops one more over the weekend to Wisconsin

Joseph Settle, Sports Writer September 21, 2022

This Saturday the New Mexico State football team got the opportunity to take a trip to Wisconsin and play the 1-1 Wisconsin Badgers in Camp Randall stadium. Early on against this Big Ten team the Aggies...

Members of the ASNMSU Senate convened on Thursday night, Sept. 15, 2022, to discuss and vote on bills that were vetoed by President Moseley.

A ‘slap in the face,’ ASNMSU Senate re-passes vetoed bills

Claire Quintana, Political Writer September 21, 2022

The 66th Senate of the Associated Students of New Mexico State University met Sept.15 to discuss and reconsider two bills that were vetoed by President Garrett Moseley due to the on-going budget crisis....

The Aggies played the Seattle Redhawks on Sunday Sept. 18, 2022, but got postponed to Monday due to lighting.

NM State and Seattle U finishes in a tie

Michael Chavez, News Editor September 20, 2022

A game which took two days to finish, resulted in a tie. NM State and Seattle U needed two days for their Sunday matchup to conclude. The slate was scheduled for Sunday at 1 p.m., but due to lighting,...

NMSU faculty members address international students concerns during Tuesdays town hall on Sept.13, 2022.

Graduate Student Council holds special town hall for international students to voice concerns

Claire Quintana, Political Writer September 19, 2022

The Graduate Student Council held a special town hall on Sept. 13 in the Corbett Auditorium for international students to voice their concerns. Some of the issues included housing and not enough social...

The Aggies celebrate a goal made by Bianca Chacon during Saturdays game against Utah Valley on Sept. 16, 2022.

Aggie Soccer kicks off conference play with a high intensity tie against Utah Valley

Alyssa Tapia, Sports Writer September 18, 2022

The New Mexico State soccer team challenged one of the best teams in the conference Friday evening, Utah Valley. Kicking off the Western Athletic Conference on Aggie land consisted of a heavy defensive...

Cristian Valentin, national coordinator of expansion for Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity, tables in front of Corbett Center on Sept. 9, 2022.

A new fraternity arrives to NMSU: Alpha Sigma Phi

Leighanne Munoz, Staff Writer September 16, 2022

Within the last year, there has been two new fraternities rechartered on New Mexico State University’s campus. This fall, NMSU welcomed the addition of Alpha Sigma Phi. The fraternity has attempted to...

Smiling workers at Grounded cafe assist customers behind the counter on Sept. 8, 2022. Pictured from left to right is Giovanni Cisneros, Jordan Issacson, Whitney Chacon, and Nyah Chacon.

Supporting Local Coffee and Tea Shops: Where to Begin?

Noelle Whetten, Lifestyle Writer September 15, 2022

New Mexico is a culture-rich state, populated with southwestern art, food, and history. Supporting local businesses is one way to get to know the community and make connections. In Las Cruces, there are...

Students for Reproductive Rights members pose for a photo at Aggie Carnival, Aug. 24, 2022.

Pro-Birth and Pro-Abortion: A Shallow View 

Elijah Nix, Lifestyle Writer September 15, 2022

So much of modern American discourse on controversial issues and is heavily saturated with over-generalization and dichotomization. One of these issues is the tension between the pro-life and pro-choice...

NM State Volleyball pick up sixth win this weekend against Big Wests UCSB

NM State Volleyball pick up sixth win this weekend against Big Wests UCSB

Alyssa Tapia, Sports Writer September 12, 2022

After falling 21-25 to the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos on Friday, the New Mexico State volleyball team dominated in kills the second day bringing them to a 6-2 record on season. There were several season-bests...

The Aggies gather together to strategize their game plan against the UTEP Miners Saturday night Sept. 10, 2022, in the Battle of I-10.

Aggies fall in 99th “Battle of I-10” matchup versus UTEP

David White, Sports Writer September 12, 2022

On Saturday evening, the New Mexico State Football team traveled to El Paso to face off in the 99th “Battle of I-10” rivalry game against the UTEP Miners. The Miners came into the game with an edge...

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