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Dance major debuts at NMSU

Helen Myers, NMSU dance program coordinator, foreground, leads a modern dance technique class in a studio with a specially designed "sprung" dance floor. Christopher Ramirez, left, and Leslie Johnson, right are among the hundreds of NMSU students who enroll in dance clases each year and now can major in dance.

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NMSU Nutritional Scientist Considers Barriers to Healthy Eating in America

LAS CRUCES--Americans may know what foods they should be eating to stay healthy. But, in the end, our taste buds rule.

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Dia de la Semilla Honors Preparation for Growing Season in New Mexico

LAS CRUCES--Dia de la Semilla, Seed Day, will be celebrated in Albuquerque's South Valley March 27 to honor the ways different cultures prepare for the growing season.

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The Tucumcari Bull Test Offers Top Quality Breeds for Sale

LAS CRUCES--New Mexico ranchers will have a chance to improve their herd by purchasing quality young bulls at the Tucumcari Bull Test Sale March 19 at New Mexico State University's Agricultural Science Center at Tucumcari.

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Local music teacher directs NMSU's mariachi group

Adorned in crimson and black uniforms, the musicians holding violins, guitars, trumpets, guitarrons, vihuelas and one flute are ready to perform. On cue, they begin playing with fervor, quickly falling into a rhythm unique to the sound of what the world calls mariachi.

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NMSU associate dean selected for U.S.-Mexico Border Health Commission

President Bill Clinton has announced his intent to appoint Jeffrey Brandon, New Mexico State University associate dean for the College of Health and Social Services, to the newly created U.S.-Mexico Border Health Commission.

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Quality Bulls Auctioned at Northern New Mexico Bull Test Sale

LAS CRUCES--Livestock producers from Colorado and New Mexico will sell more than 20 performance-tested bulls March 27 in Abiquiu at the El Sueno del Corazon Ranch off County Road 155.

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NMSU Theme Dinners A Success

LAS CRUCES--Most people wouldn't even try planning, preparing and serving a five-course meal for 70. But, for students in New Mexico State University's hotel, restaurant and tourism management program, it's a requirement.

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Commission Launches Campaign to Help Small Farms

LAS CRUCES - A national commission appointed to look at the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) policies and practices for small farm operators and poor farmers has gone a step further. Some commission members, including New Mexico State University's Edmund Gomez, have formed a "Time to Act" campaign to help small farms stay in business.

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Physical Science Laboratory, Delphi Automotive Systems combine efforts to develop test facility for automotive sensors

Shawn Worrell of Delphi Automotive Systems, left, and Thomas Greenling of NMSU's Physical Science Laboratory position antennae within a shielded chamber that is used in electromagnetic compatibility testing.

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NMSU's Air Force ROTC receives prestigious award

New Mexico State University's Air Force ROTC Detachment 505 was awarded the Air Force Organizational Excellence Award (AFOEA) for 1998. Only 12 out of 143 university ROTC programs in the national received this award.

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NMSU Student's Research Focuses on Infant Birth Weight in Oman

LAS CRUCES--Coming to the United States from Oman to earn a master's degree while addressing one of her country's main public health issues was no small accomplishment for Lyutha Al-Subhi. She recently completed work on a master's degree in nutrition at New Mexico State University.

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Spring Gardens Yield Tasty Vegetables

LAS CRUCES--A successful spring vegetable garden in New Mexico is truly a battle with the elements. Alternating cold and warm weather and blowing sand can discourage even the most determined gardener. A well-prepared seedbed, however, can give spring vegetables a boost.

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NMSU Entomology Students Win Contest

LAS CRUCES--A team four New Mexico State University entomology students recently proved that they are the best in the Southwest by placing first in the Linnaean Games, an entomology-based question and answer competition.

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Spring Cleaners Can Prevent Insects From Destroying Clothes

LAS CRUCES--Before packing away blankets, coats and wool sweaters, spring cleaners should take a few steps tp prevent insects from destroying clothes.

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International students help their children make the grade

As parents, many New Mexico State University international students not only hit the college books but also spend considerable time working on language skills and academic subjects with their children.

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New Mexico State University biologist selected for new environmental science leadership program

Laura Huenneke, head of the biology department at New Mexico State University, is one of 20 scientists selected nationally for the first class of the Aldo Leopold Leadership Program (ALLP), a new communications training program for environmental scientists.

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Equestrian Team Places Second at Invitational Competition

LAS CRUCES--New Mexico State University's Equestrian Team placed second at a national invitational tournament held on the NMSU campus March 13. The contest was won by The Ohio State University.

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Asparagus Can Play Important Role In Crop Diversification

LAS CRUCES--Asparagus, a high-value perennial crop that can remain productive for 15 years, may prove valuable to New Mexican farmers wanting to diversify.

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NMSU Research: Boosting the Bluebonnet's Market Potential

LAS CRUCES--With a little work on presentation, the bluebonnet could be a rising star in the competitive cut flower market.

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NMSU theater professor wins top honors

New Mexico State University theater arts professor emeritus Mark Medoff was recently named one of seven outstanding leaders by the College of Fellows of the American Theatre (ATF).

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NMSU student earns spot on All-USA College Academic Team

New Mexico State University senior chemical engineering major April Smith was recently named to the All-USA College Academic Third Team for her work on an inexpensive ultrafiltration process to remove plutonium from wastewater.

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Music and Wine Sampling to Highlight Event

LAS CRUCES--New Mexicans will have a chance to listen to great blues and jazz bands while sampling some terrific New Mexico wine during the Blues/Jazz Thing 99 April 10-11 at the La Viņa Winery in La Union.

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Frontier Days to Feature Living History

LAS CRUCES--New Mexicans can learn about what life was like for U.S. Army soldiers during Frontier Days at the Fort Selden State Monument April 17-18.

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Winston Spring Fiesta To Feature Burro Races, Cow Chip Poker

LAS CRUCES--Pack burro races will highlight this year's Winston Spring Fiesta April 17 in Winston.

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Bustamante named to program committe for international conference

Donald Bustamante, project manager at New Mexico State University's Physical Science Laboratory, has been appointed to the Scientific Program Committee for the International Fusion of Earth Data Conference to be held in France in January.

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The New Mexico Cattle Growers' Short Course to Focus on Marketing

LAS CRUCES--Marketing will be the focus of the New Mexico Cattle Growers' Short Course April 8-9 at the Stevens Motel in Carlsbad.

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Ralph B. Crouch Award winner announced

Janet McQueen, a University Communications administrative secretary at New Mexico State University, has been selected as this year's recipient of the Ralph B. Crouch Award. McQueen will be honored for her contributions to NMSU at a ceremony at 4 p.m. April 6 in Corbett Center Student Union's Dona Ana Room.

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NMSU Karnal Bunt Lab Results Reliable

LAS CRUCES--New Mexico wheat growers concerned about recent reports that an Arizona laboratory made an error in testing grain samples for Karnal bunt, don't have to worry. New Mexico State University's Karnal Bunt Laboratory results are reliable, said a plant pathologist.

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NMSU research to help satellites "phone home"

As a result of New Mexico State University research, a cluster of university satellites to be launched in 2001 may use cellular phone technology to "phone home." The "3 Corners Satellite" cluster is a joint project of NMSU, the University of Colorado at Boulder and Arizona State University, funded by the U.S. Air Force, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and NASA under their University Nanosatellite program.

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