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Voteria debunks ‘my vote doesn’t matter’

Voteria debunks ‘my vote doesn’t matter’

Michaela Roman, Editor-In-Chief

La Lotería, also known as Mexican Bingo, has been a favorite pastime in Mexican culture for generations. Whether played on holidays with family for prizes or teaching U.S....  Read More »

Sep 27 • 0 comments

Voter turnout on the border still low

Voter turnout on the border still low

Christian Vasquez, Copy Editor

Voter turnout in El Paso is so low that is has been longer than a decade since 50 percent of registered voters decided to participate in the government process. The president...  Read More »

Sep 27 • 0 comments

UTEP student selected as an Archer Fellow in D.C.

UTEP student selected as an Archer Fellow in D.C.

Grecia Sanchez, Staff Reporter

Kristian Villegas, a junior political science major, recently was selected for the Bill Archer Fellowship Program. The award offers juniors, seniors and graduate students the opportunity to receive first-h...  Read More »

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UTEP seeks first C-USA win over LA Tech

UTEP seeks first C-USA win over LA Tech

Adrian Broaddus, Sports Editor

After back-to-back distressing losses to Army (66-14) and Southern Mississippi (34-7) at home, the Miners will travel on the road to face one of the top Conference USA West Divi...  Read More »

Sep 27 • 0 comments

Changes are necessary for Miners to progress

Changes are necessary for Miners to progress

Jason Green, Staff Reporter

Following yet another blowout loss last Saturday night at the Sun Bowl–this time to Southern Mississippi–UTEP football head coach Sean Kugler was adamant that something nee...  Read More »

Sep 27 • 0 comments

Golden Eagles stomp Miners in conference opener

Golden Eagles stomp Miners in conference opener

Adrian Broaddus, Sports Editor

UTEP head coach Sean Kugler and his troops had seven days to scratch off the embarrassing 66-14 loss to Army. However, after a week of practice, it did not seem like ...  Read More »

Sep 24 • 0 comments

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Maná goes beyond music to connect with audience

Maná goes beyond music to connect with audience

Luis Gonzalez, Reporter

Despite the late star time, Spanish pop-rock band Maná put on a show that moved beyond their live music. The Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico based band nearly sold out Don Haskins...  Read More »

Sep 29 • 0 comments

‘Blair Witch’ a cheap imitation

‘Blair Witch’ a cheap imitation

Andres Gallegos, Contributor

The American movie industry is in an era of recycled ideas. Hollywood is banking on American audiences’ willingness to pay to watch their favorite heroes of a bygone er...  Read More »

Sep 27 • 0 comments

The skater and pedestrian: tips for coexistence

The skater and pedestrian: tips for coexistence

Eric Vasquez, Entertainment Editor

The era of campus construction is finally over, and more students have been able to use alternative methods for commuting between classes. While bikes have always been a popula...  Read More »

Sep 27 • 0 comments

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Prospector News Weekly September 23rd, 2016

September 27, 2016 • 0 comments

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Irony at its finest

Rene Delgadillo, Layout Editor

September 27, 2016 • 0 comments

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