New Mexico State announced that six student athletes and one trainer have tested positive for COVID-19. As a result, the Coca-Cola Weight Training Center will be closed until “further testing can be completed,” according to A.D. Mario Moccia. The weight training center is the only facility on campus that will
The School of Social Work in the College of Health and Social Services at New Mexico State University is inviting the general public to join in on a virtual conversation today about racial violence and social justice. The forum will feature a panel of speakers that includes Bobbie Green, president
New Mexico State baseball star Nick Gonzales was selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates with the seventh pick in the first round of the 2020 MLB Draft on Wednesday night. The Vail, Arizona native is the highest draft pick in program history, surpassing former Aggie infielder Joey Ortiz’s fourth-round selection last
The Aggies’ Nick Gonzales has been named the National College baseball player of the Year by Collegiate Baseball newsletter. This is the first NMSU athlete to receive this type of national honor. The Western Athletic Conference Preseason Player of the Year hit .448 through 16 games, ranking first nationally in
Navigating the job market while in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic is no easy task, which is why New Mexico State University’s Career Services is hosting virtual workshops to help students job hunt during this new normal. The 45-minute workshop will show students how to develop their brand, increase
The New Mexico State University Alumni Association has selected eight students set to graduate this spring for its top honor, they are Cheyenne Stice, College of Agricultural, Rawan Elaksher, College of Arts and Sciences, Angela Xu, College of Business, Isaac Halloran, College of Education, Andrew Phillips, College of Engineering, Ramon
The coronavirus pandemic has canceled all in-person youth programs at New Mexico State University. However, the New Mexico 4-H program and other youth education programs at NMSU are still going on. Laura Bittner, NMSU 4-H Youth Development interim department head, says that many clubs have been meeting virtually through Zoom.
Will there be college football this fall? According to a poll from Brett McMurphy of Stadium, 99% of Football Bowl Subdivision One Athletic Directors said that football will be played in some form this season; whether that season starts on time, is delayed, shortened or played in the spring is another