Also see: ‘No shortage of ideas': Arvizu already at work as NMSU’s new chancellor By Justin Bannister For the Bulletin The New Mexico State University (NMSU) Board of Regents finalized performance-based relationship with its incoming chancellor and president, offering its new leadership team nationally competitive base salaries, with expectations and self-funding incentives for increased student enrollment and retention, research revenue and alumni giving. NMSU Regents selected Dr. Dan Arvizu and Dr. John Floros to lead the university following a competitive national search. “We ... CONTINUE
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Young Life thriving in Las Cruces This is the first of a two-part series. The second part runs next week. By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin Young Life, a world-wide Christian youth organization that began in Texas in the 1930s, has an active chapter in Las Cruces headed by David Cunniff, who is probably better known in Las Cruces for his music than his religion. The program helps young people “prepare for a life ... CONTINUE
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By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin By a unanimous vote, the Las Cruces City Council approved the hiring of Stuart Ed as the new Las Cruces city manager. The vote came during a council meeting on Monday afternoon, Oct. 3. Ed was president/CEO of Goodwill Industries of El Paso until July of this year, according to the City of Las Cruces. Since leaving that position, he has served as a consultant to the El Paso ... CONTINUE
Steven Sanchez, Las Cruces Public Schools Interim Superintendent, announced Tuesday, Oct. 11, that the Oñate High School varsity football team will have to forfeit four wins played this season due to violation of a rule by the New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA). Sanchez said NMAA’s Executive Director Sally Marquez notified LCPS that one of the athletes on the Knights football team who played during four winning games was ineligible to participate. Sanchez said to maintain the student’s confidentiality, the district ... CONTINUE
The last time New Mexico State University appeared in a bowl game JFK had not yet been sworn into office and nobody outside of Liverpool or Hamburg had ever heard of the Beatles. Thanks to a victory over Idaho Nov. 25 engineered by backup quarterback Nick Jeanty (No. 12, pictured), the Aggies play for bowl eligibility Saturday, Dec. 2, in one of the biggest games in the school’s 100-plus-year football history. But, as Bulletin editor Marty Racine ... CONTINUE