NMSU Round Up

Luis Rios
Luis Rios is a sophomore at New Mexico State University and a first year at The Round Up. Currently enrolled in the College of Journalism, he is also pursuing an Associate’s in Criminal Justice. Born in Las Cruces, New Mexico but raised in El Paso, Texas, Luis always wanted to seek a career to match his passion for writing. Having graduated from Franklin High School, he was introduced to journalism and became a reporter for the Franklin Chronicle, the official newspaper for the campus. He grew to be interested in journalism and now plans to have a career as an investigative journalist.

In his free time, Luis likes to draw, read, play video games, listen to music (a lot of music) and write fiction. For him, being given the opportunity to work with The Round Up seems like a step in the right direction. He is excited to advance his skills in news writing and gain experience in working and interacting with new people.

Luis Rios, Staff Writer

Nov 14, 2019
Remembering a Legacy: A look into the life of Captain Joseph Quesenberry (Story)
Nov 06, 2019
NMSU to host fifth annual Military and Veterans Appreciation Week (Story)
Nov 05, 2019
Album Review: ‘JESUS IS KING’ by Kanye West (Story)
Nov 01, 2019
Former NMSU journalism department head inducted into NMPA hall of fame (Story)
Oct 29, 2019
New Mexico now issuing Standard Licenses and IDs (Story)
Oct 17, 2019
November GO bond to benefit DACC students (Story)
Oct 09, 2019
Reported on-campus sexual assaults increase since 2017 (Story)
Oct 08, 2019
Album Review: ‘All My Heroes Are Cornballs’ by JPEGMAFIA (Story)
Oct 04, 2019
Annual AG Day held before NMSU Homecoming game (Story)
Oct 02, 2019
Timely Travel: How NMSU employees attend meetings far from campus (Story)
Sep 25, 2019
ASNMSU holds voting registration event for National Voter Registration Day (Story)
Sep 14, 2019
Fan Fiesta kicks off National Hispanic Heritage month at NMSU (Story)
Sep 13, 2019
NMSU holds ribbon cutting for Spaceport America office (Story)

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