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NMSU offers young writers camp for middle, high school students Man wearing a hat points to a page in a book while a girl watches

New Mexico State University is hosting a summer camp titled “Ink Spilling and Pixel Piling: An adventure for young writers.” The weeklong day camp runs from June 22-26. Workshops will include creative dramatics, poetry, creative nonfiction and short story writing.

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Arrowhead-supported animation business chosen for statewide ‘Success Story’ award Woman in blue shirt with camera equipment

A program offered through Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University has helped an artist turn an antique, soon-to-be scrapped piece of animation equipment into an upgraded tool that’s driving the growth of her studio, Fundamentalist Flowerchild Productions – which was selected as a 2014 New Mexico Small Business Assistance Program Success Story.

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NMSU to host subsurface irrigation workshop in Valencia County

LOS LUNAS – Having a water-conserving landscape doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t include grass.

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NMSU to host regional 4-H livestock school in Santa Fe Line of kids holding goats by collars.

SANTA FE – An annual livestock school for 4-H members will be a regional event this year, and will be offered in a new location.

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NMSU’s Phi Kappa Phi honor society moves to Conroy Honors Center

The New Mexico State University chapter of the scholarly honor society Phi Kappa Phi has a new academic home in the William Conroy Honors College.

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NMSU listed among top animal science graduate programs in U.S.

New Mexico State University’s Department of Animal and Range Sciences’ graduate program has been ranked sixth nationally on the Graduate Program’s spring 2015 list for animal science programs.

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NMSU College of Education professors showcase research in Washington, D.C.

A trip by two New Mexico State University College of Education professors proved to be a worthwhile experience that allowed them to showcase their research to lawmakers and connect with New Mexico legislators.

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NMSU’s Go Teacher program hosts appreciation event

More than 50 students from Ecuador enrolled in New Mexico State University’s Go Teacher program had an opportunity to thank their mentors May 12 during a teacher appreciation event at O’Donnell Hall.

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NMSU’s Engineering Without Boundaries brings hope to homeless camp Woman rakes gravel outside.

On a chilly and windy Saturday in late February, a group of 20 New Mexico State University students gathered to discuss the plan for the day. It was one of their last community service days at Camp Hope, a tent city sanctioned by the city for the homeless residents in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

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NMSU experts warn of invasive pests coming to New Mexico, affecting production

Entomologists at New Mexico State University are warning growers of the possibility of finding new invasive insect pests in New Mexico affecting numerous crops including alfalfa hay, sorghum and a number of vegetables and fruits.

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