Category: New Mexico State University

Angelica Choneska

Angelica Choneska is a 19 year old student at New Mexico State University. She was sitting on a bench watching the DACA rally as she waited for her friends to join her to go to class. She is currently studying...

Universities turned upside down

“I would change the way NMSU is perceived as ‘just a state school.’ Because the decorated and proud history behind this land grant university should be seen as a groundbreaking institution that develops future leaders in every industry available.”

BALLROOM BEAST

Irvin Zavala Verdugo is a student at NMSU who has a passion for dancing. He dances ballroom style and has won national competitions. He has earned 1st place in numerous categories at competitions such as the National Collegiate Dancesport Competition,...

Native American Flutist

Rick May, 62, an Albuquerque resident of 10 years now has spent every weekend of April through October for the last 5 years playing his Native American flute in Old Town. Originally from Maryland, May started his music career unintentionally...

UN DIA A LA VEZ: BUS STOP PHILOSOPHER ON LOSS

ESPAÑOLA, N.M.— The symphony of engines lend their hum to the steady afternoon traffic near the corner of Espinosa Street and Paseo de Oñate.  It is monsoon season, and the cascade of splashes from cars skidding past the massive rain...

WHAT IS PHOTOJOURNALISM

“Photojournalism is a unique and powerful form of visual storytelling originally created for print magazines and newspapers but has now morphed into multimedia and even documentary filmmaking,” (Kashi, 2011). A simpler version found on Wikipedia defines photojournalism as the practice...