December’s Student of the Month

Ray Moore smiling for a photoHi Aggies. My name is Rayvean Moore. I am originally from Tucson, AZ., where i attended and graduated from Tucson Magnet High School. I am currently a Business Management Major with an International Business minor.What truly motivated me to attend NMSU was Assistant Head Coach/Wide Receivers coach R. Todd LittleJohn. I had a great rapport with him through the recruiting process while I was an high school. When i opted to not accept a scholarship with another school he presented an opportunity here at New Mexico State.  Although, my football career here at NMSU has come to an end. outside of school football was my life/passion. Now removing that from the equation I enjoy finding competition in any type of physical activity, but mainly focusing on my own personal fitness goals. I have been involved organizations here at NMSU since 2014, being a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. My favorite quote would be “Hard work outworks talent when talent doesn’t work hard”.  What I like most about the Honors College is simply the atmosphere, being put in a room with so many other brilliant minds is amazing and there’s nothing like it. I plan on pursuing my graduate’s degree within the next year, but I currently have two occupational avenues . What advice I would give to another student would be to always keep yourself on your toes never settle always strive to put yourself out of your comfort zone join organizations, and take classes that are not in your major because by doing so I believe an individual can truly understand who they are and the path they need to take to get there. I would recommend the Honors program because its truly a way to challenge yourself, but to also be able to understand the perspectives of other intelligent people. I feel the honors program has helped define myself as an individual over the past three years, and I wouldn’t change that for the world. 


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