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LCSN: NMSU raises rates across the board

April 2, 2010. Retrieved online: April 5, 2010, from Amanda L. Husson, Las Cruces Sun-News LAS CRUCES – Communication studies major Joshua Lozano, 22, won’t feel the cost of a tuition increase passed Thursday by the New Mexico State University…
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WSJ: New Research on Spanking Might Need a Time Out

October 14, 2009. Retrieved online October 23, 2009 from CARL BIALIK, The Wall Street Journal Studies Aim to Settle the Longstanding Debate Over the Disciplinary Practice’s Effects, but Statistical Shortcomings Persist Three recent, widely reported studies on spanking children claimed…
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Parenting: Make Them Veggie Lovers!

Undated. Retrieved online October 13, 2009 from Maura Rhodes,, Parenting Here’s a trick for getting kids to open wide for all things nutritious Got a kid who turns up his nose at just about any food that comes out of…
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NMSU’s fall 2009 enrollment jumps 8.3 percent from 2008

September 11, 2009 by Mario A. Montes NMSU NewsCenter New Mexico State University recorded an 8.3 percent increase in fall 2009 enrollment across all campuses. NMSU’s Grants campus gained the highest percentage: 26.8 percent. NMSU-Carlsbad grew by 20.9 percent, NMSU-Alamogordo…
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Emergency alert system goes high-tech to inform students

DATE by Kristina Medley NMSU Round Up Employees at the New Mexico State University Police Department are using cutting-edge technology to alert the campus community in case of an emergency. Everbridge Deputy Police Chief Stephen Lopez said the Police Department…
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New family-oriented NMSU website, webinars keep parents informed of events, resources available

September 12, 2008 by Audry Olmsted NMSU News Center When a young person takes the first steps out of their home and enters a new life as a college student, it can be very difficult for supporting family members to…
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Real-world experience with real-life outcomes

Spring, 2006 by Jeany Llorente-Ontiveros NMSU News Center NMSU graduate student Madeline Gillette has been involved with a project that could potentially save hundreds of teenage lives. Gillette, who is working on a master’s degree in economics in the College…
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