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Local activists discuss effects of NAFTA

Local activists discuss effects of NAFTA

Elenie Gonzalez, Contributor

Local organization leaders from around the community gathered for a town hall meeting to discuss the state of El Paso and Juarez after 23 years of the North American Free Tr...

August 18, 2017No Comments

‘Solidarity Against Fascism and Hate’ brings civil rights organizations together at San Jacinto

‘Solidarity Against Fascism and Hate’ brings civil rights organizations together at San Jacinto

Eddie Velazquez, Entertainment Editor

In light of the events in Charlottesville, Va., El Pasoans and representatives from local civil rights organizations gathered at San Jacinto Plaza for the vigil "Solida...

August 14, 2017No Comments

El Pasoans sign the last rails for the streetcar project

El Pasoans sign the last rails for the streetcar project

Claudia Flores, Staff Reporter

In preparation to the completion of the El Paso Streetcar Project, El Pasoans were part of the event ‘Make You Mark: Sign the Last Piece of Rail,” where they had the...

August 11, 2017No Comments

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Chihuahuas complete series win over Isotopes Friday

Chihuahuas complete series win over Isotopes Friday

Adrian Broaddus, Editor-In-Chief

In a one-sided victory, the Chihuahuas defeated the Albuquerque Isotopes 8-1 on Friday night and won the series 3-1. With the victory, El Paso rests in second place...

August 19, 2017No Comments

El Paso fends off Albuquerque in game one

El Paso fends off Albuquerque in game one

Adrian Broaddus, Editor-In-Chief

In front of a loud 7,080 crowd of fans, the Chihuahuas were able to hold on to defeat Albuquerque 4-2 in the first of the four-game home series. Now, the hot Chihu...

August 16, 2017No Comments

Chihuahuas inch closer in playoff race with series split against Las Vegas

Chihuahuas inch closer in playoff race with series split against Las Vegas

Adrian Broaddus, Editor-In-Chief

Franchy Cordero had his bats going as he chipped in with three hits and two RBIs and the Chihuahuas beat the Las Vegas 51s 10-7 on Monday. Leading the way for the pitchers,...

August 15, 2017No Comments

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‘Libre, Libre!’ showcases local business signs

‘Libre, Libre!’ showcases local business signs

Sergio Muñoz, Contributor

Showcasing the art of local business signs, local art duo LxsDos presented the art exhibition "Libre, Libre!," at the Abdou Building on Wednesday. Through different e...

August 16, 2017No Comments

Tyler takes a sincere approach in ‘Flower Boy’

Tyler takes a sincere approach in ‘Flower Boy’

Adrian Broaddus, Editor-In-Chief

“Flower Boy” is truly for everyone, people who never really liked Tyler the Creator’s previous work, die-hard fans, those who like jazz, those who enjoy solid production...

August 14, 2017No Comments

End of Summer Bummer debut rocks the San Carlos Building

End of Summer Bummer debut rocks the San Carlos Building

Gaby Velasquez, Photo Editor

  In spite of the rainy weather, the first iteration of End of Summer Bummer was held at the San Carlos Building on Friday, Aug. 11 and Saturday, Aug. 12. End of Summer Bummer is a new...

August 13, 20172 Comments

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Relive Neon Desert 2017

Relive Neon Desert 2017

June 4, 2017No Comments

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Trump’s transgender ban distracts public from bigger picture

Trump’s transgender ban distracts public from bigger picture

Augie Touris, Contributor

July 27, 2017No Comments

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