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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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  • 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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  • Eight males stand and pose for a photo.

    NMSU Confucius Institute helps college, K-12 students across region study Chinese

  • Two-faced fungi: NMSU professor teaches the good and bad about mushrooms

  • A woman standing in front of a bookshelf.

    NMSU’s Eve Adams selected as an APA Fellow

  • NMSU engineering students continue tradition of service, redesign school building

  • Wide shot of Aggie Memorial Stadium during a football game.

    NMSU announces tailgating procedures for Aggie-Lobo football game

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NMSU hosts ribbon cutting ceremony at newly renovated weight training center A photo of Garrey Carruthers, Royal Jones and Don Decker touring a weight room.

NMSU’s Coca-Cola Weight Training Center saw a major transformation this summer, thanks to a substantial gift.

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Two-faced fungi: NMSU professor teaches the good and bad about mushrooms

Soum Sanogo teaches a course on the biology of fungi, with emphasis on their role in our environment.

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NMSU Confucius Institute helps college, K-12 students across region study Chinese Eight males stand and pose for a photo.

NMSU’s Confucius Institute organizes the Chinese language and cultural instruction programs at schools across New Mexico and southwest Texas.

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NMSU and UNM Board of Regents discuss N.M. higher education

The NMSU and UNM Boards of Regents held a special joint meeting Sept. 20 to discuss current issues in higher education in New Mexico.

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New Mexico State University events Sept. 20-26

NMSU ATHLETICS PRESENTS SOCCER, FOOTBALL NMSU Soccer will take on University of Nevada-Las Vegas at noon Sunday, Sept. 21, at the NM State Soccer Complex. Admission is free for students with a student ID. NMSU Football will take on in-state rival UNM at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20. Youth tickets are $5 ...

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NMSU’s Eve Adams selected as an APA Fellow A woman standing in front of a bookshelf.

Eve Adams, an associate professor in the NMSU College of Education, has been selected as an APA Fellow.

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NMSU alumus promoted to Colonel in pinning ceremony Man in military uniform

NMSU alum will be honored during pinning ceremony.

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