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Assayer of Student Opinion.

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Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Be orange and blue from head to toe

Be orange and blue from head to toe

Joseph Esposito, Staff Reporter September 23, 2014

With T-shirts, jerseys, face paint and foam pickaxes, die-hard fans of UTEP’s sports teams find many different ways to show their support for the Miners.  A product was made to bring stylish trends and customization together for a new and unique...

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The Glory Glow Run will take place at 7 p.m. on Sept. 27.

Glowing your way through campus

Kimberly Valle, Staff Reporter September 23, 2014

The university will continue its centennial celebration by hosting the Glory Road Glow Run on Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. Gina Roe-Davis, the event director from Rave Marketing, decided it would be a great idea to bring this event to the university and include...

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Students check out the latest apps on their smart phones.

Apps that simplify the life of a student

Jaime Quesada, Contributor September 23, 2014

We are well into the fall semester and homework, exams or papers shouldn’t deter any student from keeping up with what is going on in the online world. The following apps will help students simplify, organize and protect them during overcharged days. “Fitocracy” This...

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“La Casa de Bernarda Alba” se presenta en  El Paso Playhouse localizada en 2501 N. Mesa, debido al mes de patrimonio hispano.

‘La Casa de Bernarda Alba,’ la represión y la rebeldía en la familia tradicional

Gianfranco Languasco, Contributor September 23, 2014

La casa de Bernarda Alba: la represión y la rebeldía en una familia tradicional De repente, estás en una vieja casa a principios del siglo 20, en un pequeño pueblo español. Luego del velorio de su esposo, Bernarda Alba, regresa a casa, previamente...

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Biggest concert in Sun Bowl history

Biggest concert in Sun Bowl history

Andrea E Acosta, Entertainment Editor September 22, 2014

Sept.19 couldn’t get here fast enough for the thousands of fans that cheered and chanted as the British boy band, One Direction, took the stage at the Sun Bowl with much energy as they opened up the concert with “Midnight Memories,” a song from...

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Library exhibit to showcase José Cisneros artwork from 1951 Flowsheet

Library exhibit to showcase José Cisneros artwork from 1951 Flowsheet

September 17, 2014

The Special Collections department at the UTEP Library is featuring a special exhibit of the original pencil sketches done by the late artist, José Cisneros, entitled "Our Spanish Heritage." The sketches were done for the 1951 Flowsheet, the student...

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Ballet Floklorico Flor y Canto, Inc. performs at the union.

UTEP celebrates Hispanic heritage

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter September 16, 2014

UTEP is well into celebrating Hispanic heritage. The celebration began in late August and will continue into early November. Traditionally, Hispanic Heritage Month takes place between Sept. 15 and Oct. 15. The celebration encompasses presentations on...

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The Coffee Box is set to open in late October or early November. It is located on the corner of Mesa and Main St.

UTEP alumn offers a new way to wake up

Kimberly Valle, Staff Reporter September 16, 2014

A new coffeeshop is coming soon as Stacking of the Coffee Box brings a unique touch in the city’s downtown area. It is set to open UTEP alumni, Nahum Avila and Miguel Veloz co-owners of the Stacking of the Coffee Box, teamed up on and came up with...

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Eating like a professional does the job

Joseph Esposito, Contributor September 16, 2014

Preparing for a job interview takes more than dressing your best and reciting a few lines before setting foot into what will hopefully be your future workplace. In fact, studies have been conducted in order to determine what foods make the best choices...

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Students struggle to erase the tattoo stigma

Students struggle to erase the tattoo stigma

Matthew Euzarraga, Contributor September 16, 2014

According to a 2013 survey done by the Center for Professional Excellence at York College of Pennsylvania, 61 percent of human resource managers said tattoos would hurt a job applicant’s chances. There are exceptions in tattoo-friendly companies such...

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Past treasures gone, but not forgotten

Andrea Acosta, Entertainment Editor September 9, 2014

There are hidden tales and meaningful stories behind every building on campus. Despite the constant revamping that UTEP has undergone throughout the years, stories remain a vital part of the university’s essence and history. The following are some fun...

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Present day Zeta Tau Alpha

Greek Life continues to grow on campus after 100 years

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter September 9, 2014

UTEP has many reasons to celebrate during its centennial year.  Fraternity and sorority life has been a prominent and prolific aspect of UTEP for many years, providing the university with philanthropic, academic and communal endeavors for all students...

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