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  • Viewpoints

    I’m fond of telling people everything that ever needed to be said can be found in the lyrics of an old country and western song. That’s certainly the case when I think of all the different ways college students are able to take classes today and an old country song by Tommy Duncan called “Time Changes Everything.”
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  • Photo of the Week

    Photo of Garrey and Kathy Carruthers standing in front of Hadley Hall dressed up in 19th century period clothing

    NMSU president Garrey Carruthers and wife Kathy appear as Hiram and Katherine Hadley.
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  • Faculty/Staff Spotlight

    New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service’s new state 4-H agent, Craig Painter, arrives with 16 years of experience as a county agent from San Juan County.
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  • Around the State

    While things seem bleak in the Manzano Mountain community of Meadow Lake, south of Albuquerque, there are a handful of residents who believe the dream of a true community can be reached. This group has set its sights on the youth as it strives to provide them with a place they can find personal and community pride. New Mexico State University’s Valencia County Cooperative Extension Service is helping to reach that goal with the development of Meadow Lake Kids Club.
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  • Girl with arm in side of cow.

    NM Youth Ranch Management Camp application deadline is May 1

  • A dog is outside on a leash.

    Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley Mutt Show to be held at NMSU

  • Portrait of student

    Honors College Scholarship recipient to study bobtail squid in the Philippines

  • Man with paper rings in hands, with a boy and a girl watching

    NMSU Valencia County Extension proving youth development program in Meadow Lake

  • NMSU’s College of Ag Outstanding Senior is paving her path to success

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Finalists selected in NMSU Alamogordo presidential search

The New Mexico State University Alamogordo Presidential Search Committee has extended invitations to three candidates for campus interviews and plans a community reception for each candidate to give Otero County residents and others an opportunity to interact with the finalists.

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NMSU hosts second community forum on test-based evaluation issues

New Mexico State University will conduct another community meeting to discuss standardized testing. The event will include a film and a public forum from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, April 30, at Clara Belle Williams Hall, room 229.

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NMSU to host talk on issues of digital democracy and Internet usage

Author and sociologist Jan A.G.M. van Dijk will visit New Mexico State University to give a talk on “Why the Digital Divide is not Getting Better,” at 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 22, in the Health and Social Services Auditorium, Room 101A.

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Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley Mutt Show to be held at NMSU A dog is outside on a leash.

Mutts and their people are welcomed to the New Mexico State University campus for the annual Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley Mutt Show to be held from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Saturday, April 25. It will be held across from NMSU’s Barnes & Noble located at the corner of University Avenue and Jordan Street at the grassy area in front of Rhodes Garrett Hamiel dorms. Visitors with leashed and well-behaved canines are welcome to this free event.

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NMSU to host 19th Annual Multicultural Research Symposium

An internationally known psychologist and academic, who is also the president-elect of the Association of Black Psychologists, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s Multicultural Research Symposium, hosted by the New Mexico State University College of Education’s Counseling and Educational Psychology Department.

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NM Youth Ranch Management Camp application deadline is May 1 Girl with arm in side of cow.

VALLES CALDERA NATIONAL PRESERVE – Since 2011, 80 young people have had a once-in-a-lifetime experience at the New Mexico Youth Ranch Management Camp.

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NMSU sponsors Aggie family spring biking event Student riding bike on I-mall

After a successful first run, the New Mexico State University Environmental Health and Safety Department invites Aggies of all ages to cycle to campus for an all-day bicycle event. A bike ride from 9:30-10:30 a.m., and an informational, hands-on event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. will take place Saturday, April 25, at the Aggie Express Community Center, on the corner of Stanley Drive and Williams Avenue.

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