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NMSU Regents agree to apply for two governmental alcohol licenses

October 21, 2013 by Julie M. Hughes, NMSU News Center At a regular meeting Oct. 21, the New Mexico State University Board of Regents authorized the institution to submit applications for two governmental licenses for the sale of alcohol at the Pan American Center and the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management. NMSU Regents Mike Cheney, Javier Gonzales and Jordan Banegas voted to More »

NMSU students team up in veggie production, food prep, composting cycle

NMSUnews Published on Nov 4, 2012 by nmsunews Vegetables grown by students in NMSU's Student-Centered Field Lab are being cooked by fellow students in the 100 West Cafe dining facility, after which the food waste is composted by students in the new Environmental Science Student Organization composting facility. The fully composted material will eventually be worked back into the soil in t More »

NMSU receives $250,000 to construct the Bobby Lee Lawrence Academy of Wine

December 20, 2010 by Justin Bannister, NMSU News Center New Mexico State University’s School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management will soon be home to the Bobby Lee Lawrence Academy of Wine. The beverage management laboratory will be named for Lawrence, known throughout the area as the “Southwest Wine Guy,” who passed away earlier this year. The $250,000 gift was made by Lawren More »

LCSN: Green heads NMSU’s School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management

October 30, 2009. Retrieved online November 2, 2009 from Brook Stockberger, Las Cruces Sun-News LAS CRUCES — Janet Green has a message to anyone who wants to open a restaurant: Remember that cooking food is just one of many important aspects you'll have to master. Green, 50, is the director of New Mexico State University's School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management. "In some way More »

A Moveable Feast

August 19, 2009 by Carlos A. Lopez NMSU Round Up Left to their own culinary devices, most college students would either starve or set dorm rooms ablaze – both unacceptable outcomes. It’s with good fortune, then, that there is a vast variety of restaurants located on or near campus; some of which serve food that is almost as good as homemade, while others are the ideal place for a Thu More »