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Union Plaza neighborhood voted off the table in city’s arena plan

Union Plaza neighborhood voted off the table in city’s arena plan

Michaela Román, Editor-in-Chief

Editor’s note: This is an addition to the three-part series on efforts being made to save the Union Plaza neighborhood.  On Tuesday, Dec. 20, El Paso’s City ...  Read More »

Dec 20 • No Comments

Streetcar operations will close part of Oregon Street

Streetcar operations will close part of Oregon Street

Adrian Broaddus, Online Editor

Through the week of Dec. 12, Oregon Street near UTEP will be closed for road revamping, utility work and traffic signal adjustments for the El Paso Streetcar Project. Motorists...  Read More »

Dec 14 • No Comments

Students relax during finals week with Up All Night and Midnight Breakfast

Students relax during finals week with Up All Night and Midnight Breakfast

UTEP's Division of Student Affairs and Office of Student Life host Up All Night and the Midnight Breakfast on Tuesday, Dec. 6, at Union Building East. Free coffee and do...  Read More »

Dec 7 • No Comments

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Miners lose to hot shooting Golden Eagles

Miners lose to hot shooting Golden Eagles

Jason Green, Sports Editor

The UTEP women never led in their fourth Conference-USA game as the Southern Miss Golden Eagles defeated the Miners 79-68 to bring the team’s record to 2-2 in confer...  Read More »

Jan 7 • No Comments

El Paso Coyotes still winless despite major overhaul

El Paso Coyotes still winless despite major overhaul

Jason Green, Sports Editor

The El Paso Coyotes brought in a new head coach earlier this week along with several new players, but it was the same result as fan's have come to expect from the Sun Ci...  Read More »

Jan 7 • No Comments

Women’s basketball overcomes LA Tech

Women’s basketball overcomes LA Tech

Mike Flores, Reporter

In UTEP women’s basketball second Conference USA game of the year, the Miners handled their business against the visiting Louisiana Tech squad 69-62 on Jan. 5 in the ...  Read More »

Jan 5 • No Comments

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I’ll be home for the holidays, watching movies

I’ll be home for the holidays, watching movies

Leslie Sariñana, Contributor

Finals are over and the holidays are here. What’s left but to sit back, bundle up and get into the spirit by watching Christmas movies? Although there are plenty of Christmas...  Read More »

Dec 20 • No Comments

Juried exhibition showcases UTEP art student’s work

Juried exhibition showcases UTEP art student’s work

Gaby Velasquez, Photo Editor

The Maximo Art Society at UTEP hosted the opening reception of a juried student show,"The Exhibitón." The group organized this event on Thursday, Dec. 8 at the Glasbox in ce...  Read More »

Dec 8 • No Comments

Downtown El Paso turns into a winter wonderland

Downtown El Paso turns into a winter wonderland

Gaby Velasquez, Photo Editor

El Paso Live will be hosting Winter Fest with the help of The Hospitals of Providence and Providence Children’s Providence Hospital. Winter Fest will feature lights...  Read More »

Dec 1 • No Comments

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Indian Student Association takes first place at International Food Fair

Indian Student Association takes first place at International Food Fair

Eric Vasquez, Entertainment Editor

Nov 15 • No Comments

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Farewell to UTEP

Farewell to UTEP

Shericka Lawrence, Staff Reporter

Nov 29 • No Comments

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