Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

The current UTEP library under construction in 1980

Library evolves to provide resources to students

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter September 9, 2014

The UTEP Library currently holds more than one million books to go along with government documents, micro-films that help keep 100-year old newspapers intact, art collections, computer labs and meeting rooms at the students’ disposal. It is a little-known...

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Union hosts Welcome Back Block Party

Union hosts Welcome Back Block Party

Maria Esquinca, Staff Reporter August 27, 2014

Jam-packed with music, food and games, Union Programs launched their Welcome Back Block Party Wednesday at the Union Breezeway from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Block Party is kick-starter for upcoming fall events such as the Get Reel Film series, High...

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Bhutanese dancers to perform with UTEP students and faculty

Kimberly Valle, Staff Reporter August 26, 2014

UTEP students and faculty will join Bhutanese dancers and musicians for special performances throughout the week. The event will present a combination of Bhutanese music and dance with Western cultural elements. The program made its world premiere...

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Minerpalooza lineup announced

Kimberly Valle, Staff Reporter August 21, 2014

Minerpalooza will be "The Party of the Century,” and will take place at 6 p.m. on Sept. 5.  More than 30,000 people are expected to attend this year. UTEP is proud to announce this year’s special music entertainment line up starting with Matta Johnson,...

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La Union will aMAZE UTEP

La Union will aMAZE UTEP

Kimberly Valle, Staf Reporter August 21, 2014

Summer season is near an end, but its only the start of La Union maze as their season will  begin on September and will be themed to commemorate UTEP’s centennial. La Union maze will be showcasing their art through the maze. It has been cut by a...

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Students Rock N roll their way to music industry

Students Rock N’ roll their way to music industry

Kimberly Valle, Staff Reporter August 14, 2014

Thanks to a recording studio school that opened last year, interested students no longer have to leave town to get a hands-on-experience in the music industry. A & R School of Audio and Recording studio was started by Vavy Lozano, a famous music...

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Contest will conclude on Sept. 18. Winners will be announced by Nov. 8.

UTEP invites you to take a picture

Andrea Acosta, Entertainment Editor August 5, 2014

To close the Centennial Exhibit Series, the Centennial Celebration Office announced the Centennial Photo Contest, an opportunity for El Paso and the UTEP community to participate in the schools centennial celebration. Students, faculty and staff are welcomed...

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Meal prepping on the go

Meal prepping on the go

Kimberly Valle, Staff Reporter July 31, 2014

Alex Levario, junior business management major, and Freddy Garibay, junior accounting major, recently opened Phit Phuel, a new and booming healthy food prep business, Meal prepping has become very popular among its customers, which has resulted Phit Phuel...

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La Ley will perform in El Paso presenting their tour show Retour at 7 p.m. on Oct. 23 at the Don Haskins Center.

‘La Ley’ will rock El Paso en Español

Andrea Acosta, Entertainment Editor July 24, 2014

Grammy award winners and Rock en Español band, La Ley, is scheduled to make a stop in the Sun City to present their "Retour" show at 7 p.m. on Thursday Oct. 23 at the Don Haskins Center. Originally from Chile and composed of Andrés Bobe, Rodrigo Aboitiz,...

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Sisters invite children to imagine

Sisters invite children to imagine

Andrea Acosta, Entertainment Editor July 23, 2014

  The UTEP Union gallery is currently hosting "A Story of Impossible Things," a collaborative exhibit by Genova Fuentes, senior criminal justice major and her 12-year-old sister, Fatima Fuentes. The exhibit will remain open to the public until...

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World’s largest classic film festival keeps growing

Kimberly Valle, Staff Reporter July 22, 2014

The Plaza Classic Film Festival, the world’s largest classic film festival, is expecting approximately 40,000 attendees from all over the country. The seventh-annual event will officially begin on Aug. 7. The idea for the festival began in 2008, with...

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The Alamo Drafthouse will be equipped with Sony 4K Digital Cinema Projection, RealD 3D, a stand-alone bar with selected cocktails and 35 mm projection capabilities.

New theater to offer a different movie experience

Ashley Muñoz, Staff Reporter July 22, 2014

A new theater experience will soon be available in the Sun City. The Alamo Drafthouse based in Austin, Texas, will be building one of their theaters in El Paso later this year. The Alamo Drafthouse currently has more than 11 locations across the nation. Neil...

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