Getting to Know Academic Life 


Luis “Luigi” Finston

My name is Luis Finston, but everyone addresses me by my childhood nickname Luigi. I’m a Senior majoring in Journalism & Mass Communications and a Minor in Spanish and Public Relations. I am a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity, a Team Member and Anchor for News22, and a Student Campus Minister for the St. Albert’s Catholic Newman Center. I’m also a professional DJ and have a weekly show with KRUX 91.5 FM Student Radio here at NMSU.

As Editor for Academic Life, it is my responsibility to shed some light on the events and changes that transpire at NMSU and expose students to what is happening around them. We come to college to establish connections, make friends, join clubs, excel in our classes, and most importantly gain independence and mature as a people. My goal is to connect you to the school you are attending. We’re all here for a reason.

Having made it to my Senior year, I have learned that the best way to enjoy your college experience and time here, is to become involved, communicate, and learn about your surroundings. I am honored to be representing our school at The Round Up, and being the person to “break the ice” to my readers, so they may know more about the school and everything it entails. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns. I extend a warm welcome to all incoming freshman, transfer and international students, and everyone returning to school. I am excited to build a relationship with you through writing.

God Bless, Success to us All, and Welcome to NMSU…Home of the Aggies!

Author: nmsuroundup

The student voice of New Mexico State University since 1907.

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