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Staten's Legacy Lives on at NMSU

LAS CRUCES--The late Glen Staten, former New Mexico State University professor and cotton breeder, was known for the quality and yield of the cotton breeding lines he produced. His legacy will live on in breeding programs throughout the world.

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Magazine names NMSU among best universities for Hispanics

Another national magazine has recognized New Mexico State University as one of the nation's best colleges and universities for Hispanic students.

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Public invited to attend ASTC Dinner Theater

The American Southwest Theatre Company at New Mexico State University will raise funds at a Dinner Theater that begins at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 8, at Lorenzo's Italian restaurant, 741 North Alameda in Las Cruces.

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Owens named NMSU executive vice president

New Mexico State University President William Conroy today announced the selection of John C. Owens as executive vice president, the university's No. 2 administrative position.

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Gonzales, Villanueva to receive honorary doctorates

Two New Mexico State University graduates will return to their alma mater for spring commencement May 15 to receive honorary doctorates in recognition of their achievements.

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Mechanical Engineering students win regional design contest

A group of six mechanical engineering students from New Mexico State University designed a remote control car from scratch, took that car to a regional design contest and came home with the first place trophy and $1,000.

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Library dean looks forward to teaching, research

Charles T. Townley, dean of the University Library at New Mexico State University, has decided to leave the post he has held for nine years and assume the duties of a professor.

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NMSU Equestrian Team Places 7th in National Western Horsemanship Competition

LAS CRUCES--Riders from New Mexico State University, the defending national champions in Western horsemanship, placed seventh at the Intercollegiate Horse Show in Cazenovia, N.Y., April 23-25.

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NMSU Spanish professor completes trilogy

Writer Ricardo Aguilar-Melantzon, a New Mexico State University Spanish professor, has published the final part of his trilogy about life on the United States-Mexico border.

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New Safety Recommendations: Keep Soft Bedding Out of Infant Cribs

LAS CRUCES--To prevent babies from suffocating on soft bedding, put infants less then a year old to bed on their backs dressed in sleepers rather than using blankets, a New Mexico State University child development specialist said.

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Pecan Orchard Workshop to Focus on Insect Control

LAS CRUCES -- The pecan nut casebearer will be the focus of the Insect Control in Pecan Orchards Workshop May 18 at the Leyendecker Plant Science Center, south of Las Cruces.

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Home Insurance Tips for Consumers

LAS CRUCES -- Homeowners who know what kind of insurance coverage they need may be able to save money on their monthly premiums, said a consumer education specialist with New Mexico State University.

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Travelers Can Take Precautions Against Theft

LAS CRUCES -- Having money or other items stolen is a traveler's worst nightmare. But there are ways to reduce the odds of being victimized by thieves when away from home.

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Cheap Dates Can Provide Fun and Savings

LAS CRUCES -- For couples or families on a tight budget, finding affordable entertainment can be difficult. But going out to dinner or a movie aren't the only options.

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Take Care of Financial Loose Ends When Moving

LAS CRUCES -- Most people remember to close bank accounts and send change-of- address notices to creditors when moving, but some financial tasks are often overlooked. Consumers can do a lot more to ease their financial transition, said a New Mexico State University consumer education specialist.

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Mother-Daughter graduation a family affair

Marsha and Rebecca Francis (L-R), mother and daughter, share a casual moment together before graduate from NMSU on May 15 and their lives will then take them in different directions.

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New music director for NMSU and Las Cruces Symphony

Lonnie Klein, music director and conductor of the University of Evansville-Indiana Symphony Orchestra, will take the position of music director and conductor of the Las Cruces Symphony at New Mexico State University and the Chamber Players de Las Cruces starting with the 1999-2000 concert season.

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NMSU physics student awarded national fellowship

Chris Beltran, a senior majoring in physics and math at New Mexico State University, has been awarded a National Physical Science Consortium (NPSC) fellowship. The fellowship is a six-year doctoral track program worth an estimated $185,000. It will pay tuition and fees, and a substantial stipend, for each academic year. "It's a nice honor to receive this," Beltran said. "Of all the fellowships available, this is the one I really wanted."

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Students win poetry prizes

Poets celebrate the first New Mexico State University Somoza-Wilson Poetry Prizes. From left are Paige Deshong, Keith Wilson, Katie Duhamel, Joe Somoza and Gilberto Lucero. (Photo by Kevyn Palmer)

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Two NMSU students receive 1999 Roberts Award

New Mexico State University students Dikla Shmueli, left, and Ege Egemen were awarded the 1999 Roberts Memorial Student Awards at an April 29 ceremony.

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NMSU Horticulture Students Place 5th in National Competition

LAS CRUCES -- Horticulture students from New Mexico State University placed fifth at the Floral Crops Quality Evaluation and Design Competition in Reading, Pa.

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NMSU's Round Up and KRUX announce new managers

The managers for New Mexico State University's student-run media have been announced for the 1999-2000 academic year.

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Cassen Hired as Extension Home Economist in Cibola County

LAS CRUCES--Sandy Cassen began work May 3 as the new home economist in Cibola County with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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NMSU Scientists Study Best Uses for Former CRP Land

LAS CRUCES--Farming on the plains of eastern New Mexico has always been a tough way to make a living, even before the Conservation Reserve Program and other price support programs began to disappear.

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NMSU Researchers Work to Increase Nut Varieties

LAS CRUCES--Sometimes you feel like a nut. And sometimes you feel like a different nut. Researchers with New Mexico State University are testing new varieties of pistachio and almond trees for the state's growers.

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Fedio Hired as Extension Food Technology Specialist

LAS CRUCES - Willis Fedio began work May 3 as the food technology specialist with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service .

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NMSU student receives Fulbright Grant

New Mexico State University anthropology senior Hwa-Sun "Sunny" Diaz has been awarded a 1999-2000 Fulbright Grant to teach English in Korea.

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Kevin McIlvoy wins Westhafer Award for Teaching at NMSU

Author and English Professor Kevin McIlvoy has been selected for New Mexico State University's highest faculty honor, the Westhafer Award for Excellence in Teaching.

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NMSU student selected as finalist for Woodrow Wilson fellowship

New Mexico State University communications studies senior Melissa Martinez has been named a finalist for the highly-competitive Woodrow Wilson Foreign Affairs Fellowship.

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Early Garden Insects May Damage Delicate Seedlings

LAS CRUCES -- With the onset of warm weather, New Mexico gardeners are anxious to get digging. Many already have planted crops like onions and snow peas. But their soil may contain insects that will damage the young seedlings, said a New Mexico State University entomologist.

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