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Art studio captures artists attention

Art studio captures artists’ attention

Ashley Muñoz, Contributor December 17, 2013

Art can be defined in many ways in the eyes of the beholder–but what if you are not an artist? Painting, drawing and sculpting each have their own unique way of capturing people’s attention, and now students, families and other curious entrepreneurs...

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The Chuco Artists Network hosts a day filled with Christmas cheer

December 17, 2013

PRESS RELEASE (as written December 13, 2013)  For Further information contact: Luis C. Rodríguez Email/Contact Number: [email protected] / 915-373-5757 Website: www.chucoartist.com  Announcing- Chuco Artist Network (C.A.N.) A CAN Before...

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The Gypsy Allstars to come to El Paso

The Gypsy Allstars to come to El Paso

December 10, 2013

  The GYPSY ALLSTARS PROJECT: A recent all-star collaboration in the India sub-continent featuring Gipsy Kings’ family, Mario Reyes and Georges Reyes, have spawned an exciting new project called  the Gypsy Allstars.  This new musical adventure explores...

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Sinatra’s music

December 10, 2013

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with SINATRA FOREVER: A Tribute to Frank Sinatra starring Rick Michel! Sinatra Forever is not an impersonation show, but an interpretation performed by Rick Michel, one of Las Vegas’ premier singers who literally channels...

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Kilo and the Dew released first EP this past weekend

Kilo and the Dew released first EP this past weekend

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter December 7, 2013

Local pop/indie rock band Kilo and the Dew released their first EP at Tricky Falls on Dec.6.  A conglomerate source of musical entertainment, a fusing musical genres created a wondrous night for the crowd. Compromised of Jason Daw, junior media advertising...

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A Christmas Carol’ will open on Dec. 15 at 2:30 p.m. It will continue Dec. 20 at 8:00 p.m. and Dec. 21 at 2:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.

“A Christmas Carol” embraces its supernatural elements this year

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter December 3, 2013

The UTEP Department of Theatre and Dance brings their annual production of ‘A Christmas Carol’ to the stage. Faculty and students have rehearsed countless of hours to ensure it will be an unforgettable performance. The opening night will be on Dec....

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Students brush off art degree stigma

Students brush off art degree stigma

Leonardo Montañez, Staff Reporter December 3, 2013

Art as a major is quickly becoming a taboo among students due to the idea that artists are doomed thanks to the competitive aspect of the major itself. But students and professors alike continue to pursue their goals because they find an opportunity and...

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Must-have wardrobe items  for the  winter season

Must-have wardrobe items for the winter season

Jose Soto, Staff Reporter December 3, 2013

  As UTEP students begin to put away their summer attire and start swapping it for their winter one, it is important to always have the essentials to fashionably survive the winter season. Winter is swamped with festivities, must-appearances...

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‘A gift is a gift no matter how small’

‘A gift is a gift no matter how small’

Oscar Garza, Contributor December 3, 2013

Every semester, thousands of graduating seniors embark on a new and exciting journey—graduation, a career and life after college. Here aresome interesting gifts that upcoming graduates may like to receive for their special day. Because graduation...

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Take a break-see a movie

Take a break-see a movie

Marcus Seegers, Multimedia Editor December 3, 2013

Apart from eating your favorite  holiday food, spending time with your family and getting some much-desired down time like going to the movies will probably become part of the seasonal routine. The question arises as to what will be the most popular...

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Centennial tassle not worth the hassle

Amber Gomez, Staff Reporter December 3, 2013

With it being only 29 days away from UTEP beginning its 100-year celebration, the university is getting ready to send out yet another graduating class in less than 10 days. As they walk down the stage on Dec. 14 to receive their diploma, however, they...

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One Direction to light up Sun Bowl like nobody else

One Direction to light up Sun Bowl like nobody else

S. David Ramirez, Staff Reporter November 26, 2013

English boy band One Direction will perform at the Sun Bowl on Sept. 19, 2014 as part of the UTEP Centennial. “We’re trying to join the celebration in the biggest, most exciting way we could possibly do it,” said Jorge Vasquez, UTEP special events...

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