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  • Viewpoints

    Studio head and shoulders photo of Daubney Harper.

    In primary care and family medicine, providers know that many of their patients face psychological conditions that impact their well-being, physical health and family life.
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  • Photo of the Week

    A fence is surrounding an area that used to be Jacobs Hall and Hardman Hall. A big dirt pile is to the right, and the skeleton of a building is on the left.

    Construction is underway on the Hardman and Jacobs Undergraduate Learning Center. The renovation is expected to be completed in fall 2015. ...
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  • Faculty/Staff Spotlight

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    Ask an incoming foreign exchange student about his or her most valued on-campus resource and chances are Clint Hourigan’s name will come up more often than not.
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  • Around the State

    More than 80 motorists kicked off the Ride for the 4-H Clover tour Aug. 23 in Las Cruces, N.M. The event, envisioned by New Mexico State University Regents Chair Mike Cheney, sought for a fun and unique way for people to learn about the many opportunities New Mexico’s youth can benefit through Cooperative Extension Service 4-H Program.
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  • New production ‘West Highland Way’ premieres at NMSU Center for the Arts

  • Four people (woman, man, woman, man) with two in middle holding certificates.

    NMSU’s NM EDGE program celebrates graduation of 13 municipal public officials

  • NMSU engineers use bucket equipment to inspect a bridge.

    NMSU Bridge Inspection Program works to ensure public safety

  • Boy, girl and man working on object made from wood

    NMSU Extension introduces junk drawer robotics to 4-H students

  • President Carruthers poses with his NMSU Aggies are Tough Enough to Wear Pink T-shirt.

    ‘Tough Enough to Wear Pink’ to kick off Sept. 28 at NMSU

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New production ‘West Highland Way’ premieres at NMSU Center for the Arts

The Meredith Friedman play was selected through the NMSU High Desert Play Development Program.

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NMSU’s NM EDGE program celebrates graduation of 13 municipal public officials Four people (woman, man, woman, man) with two in middle holding certificates.

Thirteen municipal public officials have graduated from NMSU’s NM EDGE certified public manager program.

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NMSU rodeo steadily holds second and third place at Cochise College

NMSU rodeo makes second and third place in Arizona

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NMSU pecan production course set for Oct. 20-22

Pecan production course to be held Oct. 20-22.

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College student loan default rates released, NMSU sees slight increase

The U.S. Department of Education released the college student loans default rates.

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NMSU Extension introduces junk drawer robotics to 4-H students Boy, girl and man working on object made from wood

NMSU Bernalillo County Extension introduces Albuquerque youth to STEM concepts through a 4-H junk drawer robotics program.

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NMSU Bridge Inspection Program works to ensure public safety NMSU engineers use bucket equipment to inspect a bridge.

Faculty and students in NMSU’s Bridge Inspection Program inspect and evaluate bridges to keep New Mexicans safe.

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