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NMSU sets dates for Homecoming 2017, game vs. Arkansas State Dancers at a bonfire

New Mexico State University will celebrate Homecoming 2017 with a week of events highlighting Aggie traditions beginning Oct. 23 and culminating in the Homecoming football game Saturday, Oct. 28, against Arkansas State University’s Red Wolves.

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NMSU lecture series about challenges facing democracy adds new speakers Head and shoulders of man in a suit.

New Mexico State University’s Department of Government added two events to its colloquium series titled “Democracy in Question?” The series that reflects on local, national and global implications of recent political events, began in February and will continue with four more presentations on Tuesdays through May 2, adding two new speakers on April 11 and 18.

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KRWG-TV to launch multiplatform PBS children’s services

KRWG-TV will launch new, free localized 24/7 children’s services on Saturday, April 1. The free services include a new TV channel and live stream on digital platforms.

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NMSU hosts educators’ job fair; non-education majors welcome Educators’ Job Fair sign, Be That Teacher sign

New Mexico State University Career Services will hold its 43rd annual Educators’ Job Fair from 1 to 7 p.m. Monday, April 24, at the Corbett Center Student Union on the third floor.

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Tucumcari Bull Sale at NMSU facility an all-around success Bull with head in feeder

TUCUMCARI – The annual Tucumcari Bull Sale was a triple winner for the animals, producers and victims of recent Western Plains wildfires.

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American Indian Week at NMSU begins April 3 American Indian dancers

From dance to film, and from art to tacos, American Indian Week at New Mexico State University offers a variety of unique events.

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NMSU professors stand with students with series of ‘teach-ins’

A group of New Mexico State University professors is hosting a series of “teach-ins” to help educate the campus and larger Las Cruces community about topics related to current events. The teach-ins combine a faculty roundtable discussion in a classroom atmosphere with both discussion and questions from the audience.

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“Java What?” student art exhibition opens at NMSU with art, music, poetry Painted gold on a black background

Love is brewing at New Mexico State University’s upcoming student art exhibition. “Java What?” will open with a public reception at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 4 in the lobby of the NMSU Music Center at 1075 Horseshoe on the NMSU campus. The reception will have free coffee and treats in the Music Center lobby-turned-café, followed by musical performances and live poetry beginning at 7:30 pm in the Atkinson Recital Hall.

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Unity, diversity theme of this year’s Las Cruces International Festival

Gaurav Panwar, a computer science graduate student at New Mexico State University and native of India, hasn’t had many experiences in the U.S. so far, but compares Las Cruces to a “community” rather than a typical city or town.

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NMSU Extension to host wildlife damage management workshop in Los Lunas

LOS LUNAS – Wildlife, including many species of rodents, can be responsible for a wide range of damage, both indoors and outdoors. From pantries to flower beds and agriculture fields, managing these critters presents a real challenge.

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‘Hidden Figures’ author to speak at NMSU Head shot of woman wearing white shirt

Her book was a No. 1 New York Times’ best-seller. The film adaptation of her book was the No. 1 movie in the United States. Margot Lee Shetterly, author of “Hidden Figures,” will speak at New Mexico State University at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 3.

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Films reflecting Muslims in American culture to be shown at NMSU Man and woman sitting in chairs talking

In a world growing smaller through technology, but farther apart in terms of social and political polarization, a New Mexico State University professor and a theatre and video production company, are bringing two films to Las Cruces to open dialogues with the community and encourage understanding of Muslims in American culture.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet April 3

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will hold a regular meeting at 1 p.m. Monday, April 3, in the Regents Room of the Educational Services Building on the NMSU Las Cruces Campus.

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NMSU alumni create largest endowed scholarship for management students Woman in tan dress, man looking over her shoulder

Ross and Patty McCallister remember the determination it took to finish their college education at New Mexico State University in the 1970s. They also know that the challenges they overcame are magnified in today’s economy.

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NMSU holding ACES Aggie Signing Day ceremony March 31 during FFA conference Woman signing paper, two men watching

High school seniors who have made a commitment to attend a college and play on an athletic team sign letters of intent.

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NMSU, Valencia County Master Gardeners to host annual home and garden expo

LOS LUNAS – What are the best plants to grow in a New Mexico garden or landscape?

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NMSU receives Kellogg, Thornburg funds for agricultural resilience study Large group of people with front row sitting in chairs.

Agriculture in New Mexico faces unprecedented challenges to the health of the industry.

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Clients benefit from NMSU Therapeutic Riding Program Young girl with pink shirt on horse (horizontal image)

When 3-year-old Caleb Casaus arrived for his therapeutic riding lesson at New Mexico State University on a crisp spring morning, he looked a little uncertain. Jorge Cardona, an occupational therapist with MECA Therapies, lifted Caleb onto Frankie, a large brown Appaloosa horse with a white face.

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NMSU project uses satellite technology to evaluate southern New Mexico water resources Illustration

Zohrab Samani, a New Mexico State University civil engineering professor, and his graduate student Pooneh Pahlevani are leading a research project examining water accessibility in southern New Mexico. The goal of the project, “Evaluating water budget for the Mesilla Bolson Aquifer,” is to develop a hydrologic model that can predict future water storage and sustainability of the Mesilla Valley Aquifer known as the Mesilla Bolson.

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NMSU Arrowhead Center expands international collaboration with Mexico City Photo of a group of women

An international partnership between Mexico City and New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center continues to expand and provide new opportunities for cross-border collaboration and job creation.

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NMSU President’s Associates Ball goes virtual with online auction fundraiser Woman with crossed arms from waist up

Last spring, the scene was all glitz and glamour as generous Aggie donors, dressed to the nines, gathered for a special night of food, drinks and entertainment at the New Mexico State University President’s Associates Ball. The PA Ball is a celebration and fundraiser that supports NMSU’s top academic scholarship, and was a night for donors to meet the scholarship recipients and renew their support of the program.

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NMSU Foundation receives Nonprofit of the Year award from Chamber

The New Mexico State University Foundation was recently honored by the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce as its Nonprofit of the Year for 2016. The award was presented during the business organization’s annual Chamber Choice Awards & Gala last month.

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U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools 2018 features many NMSU programs Woman gives presentation to classroom.

New Mexico State University’s College of Education graduate programs led the way for the university’s programs on the newly released U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools 2018 list.

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NMSU Board of Regents to meet in closed executive session March 20

The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University will meet in closed executive session at 1 p.m. Monday, March 20, in Hadley Hall Room 210 on the NMSU Las Cruces Campus.

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KRWG-TV program featured nationally on PBS NewsHour Man wearing brown tie, in a newsroom

KRWG-TV reporter and producer Simon Thompson is originally from Australia. With his own international background, he has taken a particular interest in immigration issues in the United States, and now that interest has led to a report by Thompson with a nationwide audience.

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NMSU hosts VEX Robotics state competition, eight teams advance to Worlds

Of the 45 teams and more than 400 students that competed in the fourth annual New Mexico VEX Robotics State Championship, March 4, eight teams qualified for the national competition, VEX Worlds 2017 to be held in Louisville, Kentucky, April 19-22.

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NMSU PREP Academy accepting applications

The New Mexico State University Engineering New Mexico Resource Network is accepting applications for the 2017 PREP Middle and High School Academies. PREP is a summer residential camp that provides diverse, high-achieving middle and high school students the chance to explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers.

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13th annual J. Paul Taylor Social Justice Symposium to explore mental health issues Man standing with two women holding awards

The 13th annual J. Paul Taylor Social Justice Symposium at New Mexico State University will bring to light a topic often hidden in the Las Cruces community.

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NMSU to host tri-county beef herd health symposium in Moriarty Cattle being herded by man on horse

MORIARTY – Cattle producers face many issues revolving around their herds’ health.

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NMSU College of Engineering associate dean, graduate students use supercomputer Man’s head shot.

NMSU College of Engineering associate dean, graduate students use supercomputer

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