NMSU Round Up

NMSU has made the decision to hold a virtual commencement in May in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

NMSU reports hopeful graduation rates amid pandemic

Hannah Zamora and Luis Rios March 3, 2021

New Mexico State University’s graduation rates appear to remain steady amid the pandemic compared to its northern neighbor, University of New Mexico. According to the UNM Office of Institutional Analysis...

The Aggies get above .500 for the first time since getting swept against GCU with their win over the Vaqueros. (Photo courtesy of New Mexico State Athletics)

NM State makes easy work of UTRGV in rescheduled matchup

Trent Nickell, Sports Writer March 2, 2021

The New Mexico State men’s basketball team managed to get back on track with a 69-51 win over UTRGV despite an awkward reschedule to a Tuesday morning and a limited roster.  The Aggies were without...

The Aggies improved to 3-9 on the season after defeating Stetson 5-3 in extra innings Sunday morning.

Aggie softball team continues to find identity early in unusual 2021 campaign

James Martin and Shelly Doyle March 1, 2021

The New Mexico State softball team has been one of the university’s most consistently successful programs for the better part of head coach Kathy Rodolph’s last decade in charge, but if the pandemic...

The Aggies brush off back-to-back losses to ACU in dominant 12-2 victory.

NM State baseball look unstoppable, close out series against Wildcats with first win of season

Trent Nickell, Sports Writer February 28, 2021

After starting its season opening series against Abilene Christian a disappointing 0-2 the New Mexico State baseball team picked up its first win of the season in a dominating 12-2 fashion Sunday afternoon,...

Shania Harper erupts for a career high 11 points in the first half in NM State's senior day win over the Texans. (Photo courtesy of NMSU Athletics)

Aggies get big win on senior day, crush TSU 67-44

Shelly Doyle, Sports Writer February 27, 2021

The New Mexico State Women's basketball bounced back after a Friday afternoon let down against Tarleton State to win its final “home game” of the season at Eastwood High School 67-44, setting the Aggies...

NM State comes back to tie the game up at 7-7 after falling behind by four-runs in the first inning, but can't defeat the Wildcats.

Aggies fall short in season-opening comeback effort against ACU

Trent Nickell, Sports Writer February 26, 2021

New Mexico State finally returned to the baseball diamond for the first time since COVID-19 put an end to their 2020 campaign and nearly mounted a comeback over Abilene Christian, but ultimately coming...

NMSU Chancellor Dan Arvizu, taken in his office Sept. 17, 2018

NMSU Chancellor declines ASNMSU call for Sanctuary campus

Luis Rios, Political Writer February 26, 2021

New Mexico State University Chancellor Dan Arvizu implied in an email the university will not change to Sanctuary status after legislation from Associated Students of NMSU and Faculty Senate arose requesting its...

New Mexico Rep. Cathrynn Brown speaks to the House Education Committee on Feb. 24 through Zoom in support of House Bill 212.

Bills to establish independent college in Carlsbad pass House, Senate Education Committees

Selema Graham and Aimee Ryan February 25, 2021

Two identical bills with the intent to grant the New Mexico State University Carlsbad branch independence have recently been granted do-pass recommendations by their respective education committees in...

Dzaki Sukarno explains his journey to receiving an in-person audition for American Idol

Local musician and NMSU student receives American Idol audition

Rachel Bagett and Xavier Dominguez February 25, 2021

Dzaki Sukarno, a Las Cruces native and New Mexico State University student, has made his way from the phone screen to the big screen nationwide. Sukarno recently broke into the music scene when he first...

George Lopez's visit to NMSU February 21, 2019 following production of Walking with Herb. Pictured: Ross Marks (Left), George Lopez (Right).

“Walking with Herb” set to premiere in April, pay tribute to late Mark Medoff

Hannah Zamora, Staff Writer February 25, 2021

Directed by New Mexico State University professor, Ross Marks, and adapted for the screen by Mark Medoff, “Walking with Herb” is set to premiere in select theatres April 30 and will be available for...

Zoom transcript option helps NMSU students in their learning endeavors

NMSU’s Academic Technology provides transcript option for students

Raul Flores, Staff Writer February 24, 2021

New Mexico State University’s Academic Technology implemented a new speech detection feature into Zoom that allows a transcript to show during online classes.   The new feature is powered...

The Every Voice New Mexico Coalition advocates for sexual assault education and prevention. (Image Courtesy of the Every Voice Coalition Facebook page).

NMSU, UNM students advocate for sexual assault prevention and education

Fisher Easley Smith and Ryker Bilvado February 24, 2021

Students at New Mexico State University and the University of New Mexico are pushing for safer campuses with the help of Every Voice New Mexico, a group of students, alumni, allies and survivors who push...

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