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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

    Back view of uniformed cadet saluting. US and NM State flags appear in soft focus in the background.

    A NMSU ROTC cadet salutes during the annual Pass-in-Review ceremony.
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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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  • NMSU biology professor’s projects examine regulation, mechanics of cell division

  • Man (right) reads names from a list, while man (left) rings a bell.

    NMSU to host memorial ceremony to honor Aggies

  • Southern New Mexico students gather at fourth annual ENLACE Youth Research Conference

  • A group of men and women stand outside.

    NMSU student network defenders place fourth in regional competition

  • NMSU Aggies Go Global students learn about water issues in India


Students ‘upcycle’ trash into treasure at NMSU’s Innoventure competition

Middle- and high-school sudents from across New Mexico will show what they’ve learned about “upcycling” this academic year during the 12th annual Innoventure student competition, hosted by Arrowhead Center on Friday, May 1, at the Corbett Center Student Union on the New Mexico State University campus.

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NMSU faculty recital to be held at Atkinson Recital Hall

New Mexico State University will present a violin and piano recital featuring faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences Department of Music at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, at Atkinson Recital Hall.

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NMSU offers Network Security Fundamentals Short Course

From targeted attacks to the millions of new variants of viruses, worms and Trojans bypassing traditional security solutions, network security has never been more critical. And the stakes for business owners and operators have never been higher.

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NMSU biology professor’s projects examine regulation, mechanics of cell division

New Mexico State University Associate Professor Brad Shuster is the recipient of two prestigious grants totaling more than $1.2 million.

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NMSU Homecoming, Tough Enough to Wear Pink game is Oct. 24

New Mexico State University’s 2015 Homecoming game will coincide this year with the NMSU Aggies Are Tough Enough to Wear Pink football game on Saturday, Oct. 24.

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Southern New Mexico students gather at fourth annual ENLACE Youth Research Conference

About 175 students from across southern New Mexico, including Deming and Las Cruces, gathered April 16 to discuss issues important to them, including problems in schools and communities, at the fourth annual ENLACE Youth Research Conference.

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NMSU’s annual Lavender Graduation honors students

New Mexico State University’s Sexual and Gender Diversity Resource Center will host the 10th biannual Lavender Graduation at 5 p.m. Saturday, May 2, at the NMSU Golf Course Club House.

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