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Performance at NMSU to commemorate anniversary of Japanese internment during WWII Woman pointing to a sign on her porch that reads “Japs Keep Moving- this is a White Man’s Neighborhood.”

The New Mexico State University Department of History will host a multimedia performance commemorating the 75th anniversary of the signing of the executive order that authorized the incarceration of 120,000 people of Japanese descent in America during World War II.

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NMSU’s Employee Council to host annual picnic Oct. 19 People sit at tables during a picnic.

Employee Council at New Mexico State University is sponsoring a free picnic lunch for all faculty and staff members for the seventh year. The annual Employee Appreciation Picnic will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19, at Preciado Park on the NMSU campus. The park is adjacent to O’Donnell Hall at the corner of Gregg Street and Williams Avenue.

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Arrowhead Center receives grant for entrepreneurship education

Arrowhead Center, the entrepreneurship and innovation hub at New Mexico State University, has received a new two-year grant to support entrepreneurship education in New Mexico. The NMSU Foundation was awarded $350,000 from the Colorado-based Daniels Fund to support programming at Arrowhead Center.

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NMSU library hosts patent, trademark public learning session

Entrepreneurs, innovators and any others interested in intellectual property will have a unique opportunity on Tuesday, Oct. 17 when patent and trademark experts deliver a comprehensive public learning session at New Mexico State University. NMSU Library is the Patent and Trademark Resource Center for New Mexico.

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Bilingual musical at NMSU explores gender issues Poster with a young girl and the title of the play “Mariachi Girl”

In "Mariachi Girl," a bilingual musical playing later this month at New Mexico State University, young Carmencita dreams about being a mariachi singer. Carmencita longs to sing alongside her father. However, he clings to a long-held family tradition of male-only mariachis.

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New Mexico Arts award to fund NMSU Jazz Festival Musicians dressed in black playing instruments on a stage

The New Mexico State University Department of Music will host its 49th annual Jazz Festival and Jump Start with a supporting grant of over $5000 from the New Mexico Arts organization. This is the first time the NMSU festival, which runs Nov. 15-16, has received support from New Mexico Arts, a division of the state’s Department of Cultural Affairs.

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NMSU nutritionist making a difference in the health of athletes Man and woman at a desk

Celneque “C.J.” Bobbitt, who transferred to New Mexico State University earlier this year to play for the men’s basketball team, wants to add about three pounds of muscle to his 6-foot-7-inch frame in order to help boost his performance on the court once he’s eligible to play in the 2018-19 season.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center program to grow digital health businesses in NM

New Mexico’s culturally diverse population and rugged desert terrain make it a special place for visitors and guests – but these same qualities create challenges when it comes to delivering quality health and wellness information and services to rural communities with a limited network of providers. Advances in telemedicine, digital health monitoring and medical technology continue to improve access for rural residents, and in this rapidly growing field, there is plenty of room for new products and ideas that benefit all New Mexicans.

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NMSU Department of Music presents premiere ensembles in concert series musicians dressed in black, playing musical instruments

New Mexico State University’s third annual concert series “Autumn Overture” has been expanded to include four concerts over two weeks in October, featuring the Department of Music’s premier ensembles.

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NMSU Board of Regents outlines chancellor search process

The New Mexico State University Board of Regents will soon begin a series of public forums as the group begins its search for the university’s next chancellor. During the board’s meeting Thursday evening, Regent Mike Cheney was appointed to chair the search process. Cheney chaired the Board of Regents during the last search five years ago when Garrey Carruthers was named chancellor. Regents noted the importance of keeping the campus and the communities served by NMSU informed during the process.

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