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UTEP President Natalicio collapses on campus

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At 1:30 p.m. UTEP President Diana Natalicio collapsed on campus, and is now in stable condition at a local hospital, where she is undergoing further medical evaluation.

Natalicio was walking to the Student Union East building to vote on the presidential primaries, when she collapsed. The specific cause as to why is still unknown. UTEP Executive Vice President Richard Adauto, confirmed the news in a press release sent out at 5 p.m.

“This afternoon on the UTEP campus, at approximately 1:30 p.m., President Diana Natalicio collapsed on University Avenue. She was walking to the Student Union to vote,” Adauto said.

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Javier Cortez
Javier Cortez, Staff Reporter
Javier Cortez is a staff reporter for The Prospector. He is a senior multimedia journalism major, with a minor in English Rhetoric. Javier was born and raised in El Paso, TX and before coming to UTEP in the summer of 2012, he graduated from Irvin High School, where he was a four-year varsity tennis player, a member of student council and a class officer for his graduating class. He has also worked for the El Paso Diablos as a sports information intern on their media relations team. In his spare time, Javier loves to write columns for the perspectives section in the school newspaper—whether it is sports, pop culture, religion, and society he loves to write about it. To go along with writing, Javier loves reading anything about sports, religion, and non-fiction.
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