Student Service: Center for Student Success

CSS Covid-19

The Center for Student Success is a place for students to hang out, connect to resources across campus, and study. The CSS looks forward to giving students a friendly place that has an atmosphere somewhere in-between the Campus Recreation and Miller Library. The CSS is open from 8 am – 8 pm every weekday and 4

The Importance of Voting in the 2020 Elections


In our country, Election Day is a day set every four years by law, where US citizens can vote for candidates of public officials at national degrees. Election Day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020. With elections approaching, voting has become a popular topic within social media. Why is it important to vote? According to Generation

Club Spotlight: Mustangs Care Club


Mustangs Care Club is a student-led volunteer group that is focused on giving back to the community. Bobby Marquez is the Club Advisor. The executive members of the Mustangs Care Clube are Eric Guerrero as President, Kassandra Segura as Vice President, Aja Sanchez as Secretary, and Ariana Medina as Treasurer. The club participates in service-learning

“We need to come together as one, not just black students,” conveys Black Student Union (BSU) Vice President, DeAndre Williams.


Black Student Union (BSU) is a student-led club dedicated to unite, elevate, and empower Black People on the WNMU campus. Dr. Isaacc Brundage is the club advisor. The club’s executive members are Laruni Witty as President, DeAndre Williams as Vice President, and Breya Brown as Secretary. The Mustang Newspaper had the opportunity to interview Vice

An interview with newly elected ASWNMU President Brenda Hernandez

Brenda Hernandez

Brenda Hernandez was born in Toluca, Mexico, and raised in San Diego, California. Hernandez is currently a senior majoring in Kinesiology with a minor in Marketing. She was recruited in 2016 to run for theMustang Cross-Country Team. In her college experience, she has been active with ASWNMU, Ethics Club, Rotary Club, Marketing, and St. Francis

Senior Student, Dorian Carrasco on National Pandemic

Dorian Carrasco

In the midst of this nationwide pandemic, many have lost or will be losing both memories and important milestones. However, it is important to aid in the understanding of those who have been affected by such a large epidemic. Therefore, in order to get some voices heard, The Mustang has been interviewing students while also

Elizabeth Gonzales: Candidate for ASWNMU Treasurer

Elizabeth Gonzales

One WNMU student is running for the treasurer position for ASWNMU. Elizabeth Gonzales is a Sophomore majoring in Accounting here at WNMU. She is originally from Silver City. The Mustang Newspaper asked Gonzales some questions to get to know her better and the proposals she has as a future ASWNMU member.    Q: What led

Eleven WNMU Students Running for Senator Positions in ASWNMU


The Associated Students of Western New Mexico University elections begin April 20 with voting on Canvas.. This year, eleven WNMU students are running to fill 10 senate positions. The following are the candidates:  Taylor Benavidez is a Sophomore majoring in Science Education with a certification in Life Science. Benavidez is from Deming, NM.  Francisco J.

Aundrea Romero and Sabrina Summers Running for ASWNMU Secretary Position


The Secretary position for ASWNMU is being sought by two Mustangs with visions for the future. Aundrea Romero is entering her senior year with a double major in Environmental Sustainability and Biology. Romero is from Safford, Arizona, and has lived in Silver City for the past two years. Sabrina Summers is a first-year student. She