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  • Faculty/Staff Spotlight

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    William Shakespeare wrote “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” If that’s true, Matt Reynolds is a key player at New Mexico State University who makes the magic happen. In the midst of constant activity at the Center for the Arts, where he claims there’s never a dull moment, Reynolds strives for excellence and stays busy fulfilling a number of responsibilities.
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  • Around the State

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    Though Earth Day is officially April 22, New Mexico State University will be celebrating the preservation of the planet throughout most of the month.
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  • Photo of the Week

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    NMSU computer science department head Enrico Pontelli, left, and electrical and computer engineering department head Satishkumar Ranade.
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  • Two female students pose for a photo.

    NMSU looks to expand Peace Corps graduate programs

  • Four students row a canoe.

    NMSU concrete canoe team takes second place at regional competition, advances to nationals

  • Student standing in front of research poster.

    NMSU undergraduate research, creative arts projects in the spotlight

  • A group of men and women stand and kneel in front of a sign.

    NMSU professor to give presentation on Costa Rica Study Abroad course

  • This is an exterior photo of the Pan American Center.

    NMSU’s Pan American Center named ‘Top Stop’ by Venues Today

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Miss Native American NMSU crowned Savannah Lee dons her grandmother’s jewelry in her native Navajo dress.

Student from small New Mexico town takes crown in Miss Native American NMSU pageant.

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NMSU concrete canoe team takes second place at regional competition, advances to nationals Four students row a canoe.

The NMSU concrete canoe team placed second at regional competition and will advance to national competition this summer.

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NMSU to host 18th annual Multicultural Research Symposium Portrait of Ruth E. Fassinger

The Counseling and Educational Psychology Department at NMSU will host the Multicultural Research Symposium Thursday, May 1.

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NMSU looks to expand Peace Corps graduate programs Woman gives presentation.

NMSU faculty are working to improve the university’s diversity and internationalization by expanding its Peace Corps graduate programs.

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NMSU student develops rocket project to teach science at local high schools Man demonstrating rocket parts

NMSU aerospace engineering student develops modular rockets to use in high school science curriculum is now working with classes at.

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NMSU undergraduate research, creative arts projects in the spotlight Student standing in front of research poster.

The NMSU Undergraduate Research and Creative Arts Symposium will showcase student projects Friday, April 25.

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New Mexico State University events April 26-May 2

BARNES AND NOBLE OPEN MIC NIGHTS Barnes & Noble at NMSU will continue the popular Open Mic performances from 5 to 7 p.m. Fridays. Open Mic is free of charge and open to the public. Free parking is available in designated spaces. Barnes & Noble at NMSU is located at 1400 ...

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