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Moccia Bulletin photo by Christophe Chino New Mexico State University Athletics Director Mario Moccia speaks to the media Monday, April 18 about the start of a coaching search to replace men’s basketball coach Marvin Menzies, who left NMSU to take the head job with UNLV. Beat the Lobos. That’s the message New Mexico State University Athletics Director Mario Moccia said the person who takes over for departed men’s basketball coach Marvin Menzies must internalize. In-state rival the ...

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By Las Cruces Bulletin Following a court ruling that sided with the Las Cruces city clerk’s decision to not count recall petitions after being notified by signers they were mislead, the City Council approved the counts Monday, June 1, ending the effort to recall three councillors, unless further court action is taken. City Attorney Rusty Babbington said the state court’s ruling on a writ of mandamus did result in one minor adjustment in the count on one petition, ...

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Advancing Leaders Program now seeking applications The Teaching Academy is seeking applications for participation in the 2016-2017 Advancing Leaders Program cohort. The Advancing Leaders Program is a nine-month leadership program offered every other year to faculty members and academic administrators wishing to widen their networks and hone their leadership skills. Those who participate must commit to: 1) a two-day off-site retreat Aug. 4 and 5 to identify leadership strengths and weaknesses, ...

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Warped by the sun Valeria McClure cheers for My Heart Might Explode Tuesday, Aug. 1, as the Vans Warped tour rocked the NMSU Intramural Field. The longest-running music festival in North America made Las Cruces the 41st stop on this summer’s 45-city tour, offering 63 bands on seven stages – and plenty of water to combat 90-degree temperatures. For more action, see page 18. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE

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NMSU licks wounds after 0-3 start Bulletin report A well-deserved rest is in order. The New Mexico State University football team has started its season off with three-straight losses, but has a bye week and does not play Saturday, Sept. 20 as they rest up and prepare for three straight away contests. The next game for the Aggies is Saturday, Oct. 3 at in-state rival the University of New Mexico. Their next ...

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