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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 researcher wearing white lab coat and latex gloves in lab environment holding up a small vial of white powder.

    NMSU chemical engineering doctoral candidate Nasser Khazeni.
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  • Faculty/Staff Spotlight

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    From her time as an undergraduate student at New Mexico State University to her staff and administrative positions at the school, Janet Green has given countless hours to the university. Her latest role is as special adviser to the president for the Board of Regents.
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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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  • Group of people, some standing, some kneeling

    NMSU hosts Colombian students through 100,000 Strong Innovation Fund Grant

  • A photo of NMSU President Garrey Carruthers with his newly grown beard.

    ‘Shear the Beard’ fundraiser to benefit NMSU’s Aggie Cupboard

  • Man with a camera photographs wildlife.

    NMSU College of Engineering professor utilizes scientific approach to photography

  • NMSU entomologist warns of invasive aphid near New Mexico

  • NMSU bakers prepare desserts for lunch at Corbett Center's Taos Restaurant

    NMSU Taos Restaurant bakers specialize in cookies


NMSU professor alerts public to total eclipse of the Moon Saturday, April 4

WHAT: There will be a total eclipse of the Moon in the early morning hours of Saturday, April 4. This will be an extremely short event lasting less than 5 minutes. Telescopes or binoculars won’t be needed but the eclipse is best observed away from the glare of city lights.

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A glance for what’s ahead: effects of environmental change on crucial wildlife habitat Portrait of woman

Despite the chilling winter endured throughout the eastern half of the U.S. this year, scientists at NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration report that, globally, 2014 was the hottest year on record. Global temperatures are projected to continue getting hotter. Scientists throughout the world are investigating what the impacts of past and continued future climate change may be for various regions.

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Doctoral student, Las Cruces native to serve as NMSU’s student regent A photo of Amanda Lopez Askin

Amanda Lopez Askin, a New Mexico State University doctoral student who already holds multiple NMSU degrees, has been appointed and confirmed as the university’s newest student regent.

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NMSU to host jujube tree pruning, grafting workshop in Alcalde

ALCALDE – Fruit growers in an area where the last hard freeze of the season may be May 15, such as northern New Mexico, need to diversify their orchard to prevent total crop loss. One species of fruit a New Mexico State University researcher is suggesting is the jujube, or Chinese date, which blooms later in the season.

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NMSU and Las Cruces Public Schools team up to provide more clinical services

New Mexico State University is taking the wraps off a new project that will benefit the community and students.

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‘Shear the Beard’ fundraiser to benefit NMSU’s Aggie Cupboard A photo of NMSU President Garrey Carruthers with his newly grown beard.

New Mexico State University President Garrey Carruthers is willing to pay money to get rid of his newly grown beard – it is just up to the community to determine exactly how much shaving the beard is going to cost. It’s all part of a fundraising event now underway to benefit Aggie Cupboard, a food pantry for students, staff and faculty in need of assistance.

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NMSU hosts Colombian students through 100,000 Strong Innovation Fund Grant Group of people, some standing, some kneeling

From the jungles of Colombia to the fields of southern New Mexico, agriculture students who were once victims of the drug trade will visit New Mexico State University April 7-22 as part of its Partners of the Americas and the 100,000 Strong in the Americas Innovation Fund Grant.

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