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      Clara Belle Williams HallJuly 5, 2012
      Academic Building
      • Las Cruces, United States

      Clara Belle Williams Hall (formerly known as the English Building), was built in 1981. It houses English Department classrooms and offices as well as the Writing Center.

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      Hardman HallJuly 5, 2012
      Academic Building
      • Las Cruces, United States

      This two-story structure, completed early in 1974, was named for former English professor and Dean of Women, Marion Hardman.

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      Dove HallJuly 5, 2012
      Academic Building
      • Las Cruces, United States

      Dove Hall was completed in 1939 as a WPA project. A major renovation was completed in 1988 to house the offices of University Advancement including the Alumni Association, Foundation and Development.

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      Walden HallJuly 5, 2012
      Math
      • Las Cruces, United States

      Walden Hall houses the Mathematics Department. It was built in 1966 and named after Earl Walden, a former professor, department head and dean.

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      Foster Hall (Biology)July 5, 2012
      Science
      • Las Cruces, United States

      Foster Hall is home of the Department of Biology. It was built in 1930 and named after former NMSU President Luther Foster.

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      Science HallJuly 5, 2012
      Science
      • Las Cruces, United States

      Science Hall is home to the departments of computer science, mathematics and psychology, and the Computing Research Laboratory.

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      O'Donnell HallJuly 5, 2012
      Academic Building
      • Las Cruces, United States

      O'Donnell Hall, home of the College of Education, was built in 1968.

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      NMSU Activity CenterJuly 5, 2012
      Rec Center
      • Las Cruces, United States

      The Activity Center offers facilities such as a weight room, elevated indoor jogging track, racquetball courts, aerobics room, cardio room, and basketball/volleyball courts.

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      Aquatic CenterJuly 5, 2012
      Pool
      • Las Cruces, United States

      The Aquatic Center provides quality educational and leisure time experiences in a safe environment to students, faculty, and staff on the NMSU campus.

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      Campus Health CenterJuly 5, 2012
      Medical
      • Las Cruces, United States

      Services are available to students, faculty, staff, dependents and retirees on the NMSU health plan.

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      Garcia AnnexJuly 5, 2012
      Academic Building
      • Las Cruces, United States

      Garcia Annex was built in 1949 and was once a residence hall. It was converted into offices in 1969.

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      Speech BuildingJuly 5, 2012
      Classroom
      • Las Cruces, United States

      Built in 1981 over the old south end zone of the former football field.

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      Educational Services BuildingJuly 5, 2012
      Administrative Building
      • Las Cruces, United States

      Educational Services houses most student service departments including: Admissions, financial aid, cashiers, accounts receivable, housing, and the registrars.

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      Branson LibraryJune 19, 2012
      Library
      • Las Cruces, United States

      Branson Hall Library was built in 1951 and renovated in 1995. It houses engineering, business, agricultural materials, science, special collections, maps, government publications, and archives.

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      A Quest For KnowledgeJune 19, 2012
      Historic Site
      • Las Cruces, United States

      The stainless steel and granite sculpture north of the library is titled "A Quest for Knowledge" and was created by Albuquerque native Federico Armijo.

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      Milton HallJune 19, 2012
      Communications
      • Las Cruces, United States

      Milton Hall is home to the Department of Journalism and Mass Communications and the radio and television studios for the public broadcasting affiliates, KRWG-FM and KRWG-TV.

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      Breland HallJune 19, 2012
      Academic Building
      • Las Cruces, United States

      Breland Hall, a former residence center, is home to many departments of Arts and Sciences. It was built in 1954.

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      Stan Fulton Athletic CenterJune 19, 2012
      Football
      • Las Cruces, United States

      The 12,274 square foot first floor provides academic support with classrooms, computer labs, study rooms and office space along with some athletic department offices.

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      Music CenterJune 7, 2012
      Arts
      • Las Cruces, United States

      The original building, one of NMSU's historic buildings, was constructed in 1913. The larger addition was built in 1983.

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      SundialJune 7, 2012
      Historic Site
      • Las Cruces, United States

      The chrome and steel sculpture in front of Hadley Hall on the Horseshoe is a large working sundial by Gerald E. Ohsfeld.

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