Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

The Sun City gets Happy!

Lesly Limon, Staff Reporter April 8, 2014

Pharrell Williams’ hit single “Happy” has topped the Billboard Hot 100 for six weeks. But what exactly does Pharrell and the Sun City have in common in terms of being “happy?” You may have seen a video floating around the Internet recently...

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“Are You The One?”is currently looking for interested contestants for its second season. All applications should be sumbitted no later than May 1.

MTV attempts to put a price on love, again

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter April 8, 2014

“Are You The One?” is a contest-like reality show that airs on MTV,  known as the “most ambitious dating experiment ever attempted. As the show prepares for its second season, producers are looking far and wide for a new group of contestants to...

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World-renowned artist, Toby Kahn visits UTEP

World-renowned artist, Toby Kahn visits UTEP

Jaime Quesada, Contributor April 7, 2014

Tobi Kahn, a world-renowned conceptual artist–who both sculpts and paints, visited UTEP on March 31. The lecture took place at the Stanley and Gerald Rubin Center. To keep things light, Kahn joked about a concern of losing his audience to the UTEP...

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Senior dance major Maira Montes practices her dance skills outside of school. She also teaches lessons in her spare time.

Students dance their way to a healthier life

Amber Gomez, Staff Reporter April 1, 2014

Leaping across the stage with grace and agility, these performers will leave you in awe of the talent they bring forth. Students who are pursuing dancing as a major are preparing to become performers or choreographers. They will spend hours rehearsing...

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Eating healthy, the truth behind nutritious foods

Eating healthy, the truth behind nutritious foods

Amber Gomez, Staff Reporter April 1, 2014

For those trying to maintain a healthy diet, they might be spending their money on foods such as salads, wheat bread and anything that says “fat free.” However, they might not know that these foods could not be that nutritional. An article on cookinglight.com...

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Kimberly Rayner is a personal trainer. She began two years ago and continues to help her clients reach healthy goals.

Trainer helps students reach fitness goals

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter April 1, 2014

Fitness may seem to be an individual venture—one that is often undertaken and accomplished by students. For Kimberly Rayner, senior marketing major and personal trainer  at New You Gym, it is a completely different experience. Rayner sees exercise...

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Yoga keeps your mind fit and away from stress

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter April 1, 2014

Yoga and meditation don’t necessarily come to mind when thinking about fitness and exercise. This physical exercise is an ancient Hindu spiritual practice that entails asceticism. It involves control and discipline of breathing and bodily postures,...

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Top 6 apps for the body and mind

Lesly Limon, Staff Reporter April 1, 2014

We function and communicate with our phones, check the time, use social networks and even play games. Sure, there are many useless apps to help us pass the time, but there are also apps that can be educational and motivational too. Here are the top six...

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The“10 Squared: 100 Artists Celebrate the Centennial” exhibition will open on March 27 and continue until April 26 at the Rubin Center. Open house will take place from 4-7 p.m. on April 10.

Rubin Center to showcase 100 artists for 100 years of UTEP history

Lesly Limon, Staff Reporter March 25, 2014

The Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts and the Department of Art have joined in the centennial celebration by inviting 100 artists to be featured in this one-of-kind Project Space exhibition. Local artists, past and current faculty...

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Anson 11 is located at 303 N. Oregon St. and is open Sun.-Wed. 11-12 a.m. and Thurs.-Sat. 10-1:30 a.m.

Anson 11: too pricey for the average college student

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter March 25, 2014

Anson 11 is located right at the heart of downtown, next to the Plaza Theatre and across from San Jacinto Plaza. It opened in December 2013. Owners say the establishment offers a dining experience that will cater to the metamorphosis of downtown El...

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Fair promotes campus health

Amber Gomez, Staff Reporter March 25, 2014

UTEP will celebrate National Nutrition month with a mini health fair 9 a.m.– 1 p.m. March 26 at the El Paso Natural Gas Conference Center. This will be the second of six fairs that the UTEP Wellness program and UTEP Human Resource Services Employee...

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Computer science major Jade Garcia climbs up mountain to dump a bucket of paint.

TCM centennial edition

Michaela Roman, Photo Editor March 21, 2014

This year marks the 94th TCM (Texas College of Mines) celebration which took place friday March 21. TCM, known for celebrating engineer majors changed things up for the first time this year by letting students from all colleges take part in the day. Students...

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