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Students help families preserve rainwater

Students help families preserve rainwater

Adrian Broaddus, Editor-In-Chief

Imagine not having running water every day in your home and having to haul water up to three times a week to do simple things, such as bathing, watering plants, cooking or an...

June 21, 2017No Comments

The fight for Duranguito continues

The fight for Duranguito continues

Adrian Broaddus, Editor-In-Chief

Last week Judge Amy Clark Meachum, Travis County judge in Austin, was presented with a temporary restraining order by the Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid to hinder the discussions ...

June 13, 2017No Comments

An overview of Trump’s first six months in office

An overview of Trump’s first six months in office

Leslie Sarinana, Copy Editor

In the month of June, President Donald Trump has been in office for about six months, which is long enough for the country to  evaluate him on a short-term basis. Through six ...

June 13, 2017No Comments

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A look inside the  2017 NBA draft

A look inside the 2017 NBA draft

Mike Flores, Sports Editor

The NBA Draft is set for June 22, and it is a time where teams can reload for another season. Potential superstars, role players and busts are waiting for their name to be ca...

June 21, 2017No Comments

Sharp-shooter Magee brings depth

Sharp-shooter Magee brings depth

Mike Flores, Sports Editor

UTEP basketball is set to introduce their six incoming freshmen for the 2017-18 season in the next couple of weeks. The first one to get the spotlight was the 6-foot-1, 150...

June 21, 2017No Comments

Amusan battled her way to an NCAA crown

Amusan battled her way to an NCAA crown

Jeremy Carranco, Contributor

Tobi Amusan, runner-up in the 100-meter hurdles at the 2016 NCAA Track and Field Championships, found redemption in her second appearance in Eugene, Oregon. The sophomor...

June 21, 2017No Comments

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Cecilia Tate brings performance and passion

Cecilia Tate brings performance and passion

Eddie Velazquez, Entertainment Editor

From the crowded metroplex in the Chicago area, to the West Texas town of El Paso, slam poet and Army private first class (PFC) Cecilia Tate, who goes by Tate, wants her po...

June 21, 2017No Comments

‘Melodrama’: A self discovery through lonesomeness

‘Melodrama’: A self discovery through lonesomeness

Leslie Sarinana, Copy Editor

At only 20 years old, Ella Yelich-O’Conner, better known as Lorde, has released one of the most anticipated albums of the year. “Melodrama” follows her freshman studio ...

June 21, 2017No Comments

Kicha Foods expands on chorizo family tradition

Kicha Foods expands on chorizo family tradition

Adrian Broaddus, Editor-In-Chief

In a calm, humble storage unit at Montecillo lives one of El Paso’s newest and most unique food creations.  The Villanueva brothers, Sergio, who is a UTEP alumnus with a...

June 13, 2017No Comments

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Relive Neon Desert 2017

Relive Neon Desert 2017

June 4, 2017No Comments

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Opinion

Donald Trump: The world’s greatest con man

Donald Trump: The world’s greatest con man

Augie Touris, Staff Reporter

June 21, 2017No Comments

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Assayer of Student Opinion.
Assayer of Student Opinion.