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Duranguito activists strive for city transparency

Duranguito activists strive for city transparency

Adrian Broaddus, Editor-In-Chief

Duranguito activists have been on around-the-clock duty in efforts to preserve the Downtown neighborhood from being demolished in order to build a multipurpose arena/center. A...

September 20, 2017No Comments

Top 5 happiest careers for  college grads

Top 5 happiest careers for college grads

Elenie Gonzalez, Staff Reporter

Ask any college student why they are in school, and you’re likely to get the same answer. What most students want is to get a degree, to be able to get a good job and m...

September 18, 2017No Comments

Women scarce in the journalism field

Women scarce in the journalism field

Leslie Sarinana, Copy Editor

When you look at a byline from an article, how often do you read a woman’s name? If you can recall doing so, how many of those had diverse last names? Chances are you can...

September 18, 2017No Comments

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Wilco to return to El Paso

Wilco to return to El Paso

Eddie Velazquez, Entertainment Editor

Coming off the critically successful release of their most recent album, “Schmilco,” Chicago indie rockers Wilco are set to perform at the Abraham Chavez Theatre on Sept...

September 20, 2017No Comments

STRFKR announces 2018 El Paso tour date

STRFKR announces 2018 El Paso tour date

Jeremy Carranco, Sports Editor

The popular indie rock band, STRFKR, announced their early 2018 tour dates and locations on Tuesday, Sept. 19. From Portland, Oregon, STRFKR became active in 2007 and has...

September 19, 2017No Comments

New cafe strives to empower coffee dialogue in El Paso

New cafe strives to empower coffee dialogue in El Paso

Michaela Roman, Contributor

In recent years, El Paso’s spectrum of bars, breweries and assorted night-life has grown and developed something for everyone. With this rise, coffee shops with a different...

September 19, 20171 Comment

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Women’s volleyball falls to rival NMSU

Women’s volleyball falls to rival NMSU

Jeremy Carranco, Sports Editor

The UTEP women's volleyball team lost to rival New Mexico State 3-0 Tuesday night in the Battle of I-10 at the Pan American Center in Las Cruces, N.M. The Miners kept it close,...

September 19, 2017No Comments

Former Miners and the NFL

Former Miners and the NFL

Eddie Velazquez, Entertainment Editor

As an avid football fan, I try to follow all facets of the game. From the pro game in the NFL, to college football, to offseason activities such as free agency and the dra...

September 18, 2017No Comments

Boxing is changing and not for the better

Boxing is changing and not for the better

Jason Green, Contributor

On Saturday, my social media feeds were full of talk about the fight between Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin. This was supposed to be the “fixer” after the debacle t...

September 18, 2017No Comments

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New cafe strives to empower coffee dialogue in El Paso

New cafe strives to empower coffee dialogue in El Paso

September 18, 2017No Comments

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Former Miners and the NFL

Former Miners and the NFL

Eddie Velazquez, Entertainment Editor

September 18, 2017No Comments

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