• September 21, 2021

Tags : aggies

Miners Set to Battle Aggies Friday Night in Las Cruces

UTEP Head Coach Rodney Terry, along with his revamped roster will experience their first Battle of I-10 on Friday (Nov. 9) as UTEP will face NM State for the first time this season. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m. in the Pan American Center. “It’s obviously a great rivalry, one that we have tremendous respect […]Read More

UTEP Soccer Beats Rival NM State 4-1 Sunday Night

The UTEP Soccer (6-4-1) team beat rival team NM State Aggies (1-9) 4-1 to win the Battle of I-10 Sunday night at University Field. Natalie Valentine, Anna Jimmerson, Vic Bohdan and Hayley Vaughan all contributed to Sunday night’s win with a goal each. The sole goal for the Aggies came from a penalty kick taken […]Read More

Gallery+Story: NMSU Edges UTEP 27-20

Royce Caldwell scored the go-ahead touchdown on a long pass play late in the third quarter, and NM State held on for a 27-20 victory over UTEP on Saturday in the Sun Bowl. On a third-and-five play near midfield, Aggie quarterback Josh Adkins hooked up with Caldwell for the 53-yard score with 2:46 remaining in […]Read More

NMSU Professor’s Multistate Group Honored for Research on Onion Pests,

New Mexico State University Professor of Horticulture Christopher Cramer is one of 15 participants in a regional multistate research working group to receive the 2018 Western Region Award of Excellence in multistate research. The multistate research covered the managing of onion pests and diseases and included the help and research of numerous universities, Cornell University, […]Read More

Arrowhead Center Leverages Hunt Gift to build Borderplex Entrepreneurship Ecosystem

In just its second year of operation, the Hunt Center for Entrepreneurship, housed at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center, has made significant strides in strengthening the region’s entrepreneurial pipeline by focusing on the next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs, developing exciting new technologies, and forging partnerships that benefit the Borderland. “We’re so pleased with […]Read More

NMSU Research on Homemade Mosquito Repellents Finds Interesting Alternatives

Last summer, New Mexico State University professors in the College of Arts and Sciences: Immo Hansen, associate professor in biology and principle investigator of NMSU’s Hansen Lab, and Mary Alice Scott, associate professor of anthropology, released a survey seeking homemade mosquito repellent methods and strategies. The goal was to discover cheaper and more easily available […]Read More

NMSU’s ‘Aggies Without Limits’ Teams Up with UTEP, Travels the

After approximately 10,000 work hours, New Mexico State University’s Aggies Without Limits student organization – with a bit of help from UTEP students – built a suspended pedestrian bridge in Utuado, Puerto Rico, this summer. Aggies Without Limits, a student nonprofit organization in the College of Engineering founded in 2007, chooses a local project and […]Read More

Retired Regional Businessman Bridges Communities with Endowed Scholarship

Retired Las Cruces businessman and engineer, Orlando Cervantes, recently gifted the New Mexico State University Foundation $50,000 to create the Orlando Cervantes Endowed Scholarship. The scholarship is special in that it specifically bridges the El Paso and Las Cruces communities by awarding graduates of El Paso High School with scholarship dollars to complete a degree […]Read More

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