Arts & Sciences

 
 

Staff

Laura Laemmle

Laura Laemmle | asnmsu_as@nmsu.edu

Laura Laemmle is a junior double majoring in Economics and Cultural Anthropology. She is new to ASNMSU and is eager to do all she can for the student body at New Mexico State as part of a concerted effort to get more involved on campus. After graduating, she hopes to pursue her PhD in Anthropology and apply it to the concerns of an increasingly global society; she has a particular interest in economic policy and international relations. She can be reached with any questions or concerns at llaemmle@nmsu.edu, and looks forward to serving her fellow Aggies.

Haley Stewart

Haley Stewart | asnmsu_as@nmsu.edu

Haley is a senior double-majoring in Criminal Justice and Government and minoring in Forensic Science and Economics. Haley is involved in campus organizations such as the Model United Nations, housed in the department of Government, Aggies Without Limits, housed in the Engineering college, and Phi Eta Sigma of the Honors College. She served as the president of the Arts & Sciences Council for the 2017-18 school year. Haley has been a part of ASNMSU since August of 2017 as the Deputy Senate Clerk and looks forward to more directly serving students as a Senator for the college of Arts & Sciences and the Chair of Rules Committee for the 62nd Senate. She can be reached directly at hms@nmsu.edu and is open to hear from students with questions on the bill process and involvement with ASNMSU.

Alexander Warner-Garrett

Alexander Warner-Garrett | asnmsu_as@nmsu.edu

Alexander Warner-Garrett is a fourth-year student at New Mexico State University double-majoring in Government and Journalism and Mass Communications. He got his start with ASNMSU as a freshman during the fall of 2015 in the Roadrunner program, and he is currently serving his third term as a Senator representing the College of Arts and Sciences. Senator Warner-Garrett also serves NMSU as the RHA President. As a Senator, he looks forward to representing the incredible student body and providing support to NMSU’s amazing student organizations. Senator Warner-Garrett is more than willing to work with you, so feel free to contact him at awarnerg@nmsu.edu. Senator Warner-Garrett was named NMSU’s Leadership Trailblazer of the Year in 2018.

Ana Maldonado

Ana Maldonado | asnmsu_as@nmsu.edu

Ana Maldonado is a sophomore majoring in Biochemistry with minors in Biology, Microbiology, Genetics and Biotechnology and Molecular Biology. Ana began as an intern within ASNMSU through the Roadrunner Program, where she was then elected as a senator for the Arts and Sciences College. Ana strives for diversity across campus in order to bring a comfortable, friendly and welcoming environment for all students of NMSU. In addition, Ana hopes to establish relationships with organizations, staff and students across NMSU to provide resources and support. Feel free to contact Ana at anasteph@nmsu.edu, as she is more than willing to serve any individual within NMSU!

Gabriel Ronquillo

Gabriel Ronquillo | asnmsu_as@nmsu.edu

Marcus Sanchez

Marcus Sanchez | asnmsu_as@nmsu.edu

Marcus is a Senior pursuing a double-major in Criminal Justice and Government with a minor in Spanish. Outside of class, he is the President of the Model United Nations Team and an aspiring traveler. After graduation, Marcus hopes to use his passion for music and comedy on a career that supports himself and maybe a dog or two. Marcus is honored to represent students in the Senate and is ready to work with any organization to help them get the support they deserve.

Reyaun Francisco

Reyaun Francisco | asnmsu_as@nmsu.edu

Reyaun Francisco is a senior majoring in Government with a supplementary major in Law and Society, and minors in International Business and International Relations. He is a senator for the Arts and Science College and is a proud Native American of the Navajo Nation. Having been involved with the Native American Business Student Association and Rotaract, he understands the significance diversity and community service is to and for the success of any organization. He looks forward to spreading the message of a box of crayons: We are all different, but we must work together for a brighter picture/future.

Wesley Don Juan Reynolds

Wesley Don Juan Reynolds | asnmsu_as@nmsu.edu

Wesley Don Juan (also known as Donnie) is originally from Midland, Texas. He attended the United States Naval Academy for a year and a half and found that that journey was not for him. He originally chose to serve at the Academy as a means or pathway towards his greatest aspiration of changing the world. Although, he does not know what that looks like, his dream has never deterred. Upon leaving the academy, he decided to attend NMSU because it offered him his choices of majors, Kinesiology and Philosophy, plus the ability to pay his way through school—loan and debt free. He’s running for ASNMSU Senator because he strongly looks forward to making an impact on the student body, and returning the money that is deserved to each organization. To be a part of Senate, as he believes, is one small ripple he can make now that will have its lasting effects hopefully on (you) the student body and his future.