Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Tickets were handed out to the first people to ask questions during the Q&A.

‘No Más Bebés:’ Forced sterilization in 1970s America

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter March 22, 2023

Last year, history was made when the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade was overturned. Since then, women, historians, health experts and others have examined the roots of healthcare in the country. One such story from a time where reproductive...

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Attaca Quartet performing March 9 at the Fox Fine Arts Recital Hall.

A Grammy worthy performance by the Attaca Quartet

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter March 19, 2023

Editor’s note: Some sources preferred not to share their full name or title so are instead referred to by an identifiable nickname.  Memorable would be an understatement in describing the performance made by two-time Grammy Award winning group,...

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Magdalena Baczewska, Ph.D., hosted a masterclass at UTEP’s Borderland Chopin Festival March 3.

From Poland to El Paso, the Borderland Chopin Festival 2023

H. Catching Marginot, Contributor March 10, 2023

Frédéric Chopin was born March 1, 1810, in a small village town six miles from Warsaw, Poland. From an early age, Chopin knew he had a musical touch, writing his first composition at the age of seven, then performing in concerts and events just a year...

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“Abbott Elementary” is a show by ABC which aired Dec. 7, 2021, that shows the lives of teachers working in a low-income school incorporating their lives outside of the classroom.

Learning with the best teachers at ‘Abbott Elementary’

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Staff Reporter March 7, 2023

Your regularly scheduled programming has become more interesting with the newest sitcom, “Abbott Elementary.” The adaptation of viewing a day in the life of a teacher has pulled viewers in with the character's interesting personalities.  American...

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Owner Alexia Maldonado describes her style as “classic with a bit of a twist.”

Horizon’s new bold and vibrant vintage shop

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter March 4, 2023

Editor’s Note: This is the first part in a three-part series.  Alexia Maldonado describes her style as “classic, with a bit of a twist.” Consisting of bright colors, mixing patterns or prints and reminiscent of the Y2K era, her new vintage shop...

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The Septura Brass Septet performed Feb. 24 in the UTEP Fox Fine Arts Recital Hall.

Septura Brass Septet at UTEP

Nicholas Maes, Contributor March 3, 2023

The Septura Brass Septet made their fourth trip to Texas, Feb. 24, performing “The Special Relationship: The contrasting sounds of Britain and America,” in the UTEP Fox Fine Arts Recital Hall. Well attended by students, faculty and the El Paso community,...

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Hank Willis Thomas: Art Bridges loan explores how American society commodifies Black male identity.

‘Art Bridges’ exhibitions at the EP Museum of Art

H. Catching Marginot, Contributor March 1, 2023

The city of El Paso is home to many famous and important historical landmarks, especially in the city’s lively downtown area. One notable spot is the El Paso Museum of Art (EPMA) in the Downtown Art District.   Founded in 1959, EPMA has had many...

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The play is located inside the Wise Family Theatre and is selling at $18 for adults, $15 for UTEP Alumni, faculty and staff, non-UTEP students, and $12 UTEP students.

A look into ‘Heroes and Saints’

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter March 1, 2023

As the weeks of spring semester have gone by, new campus events and recurring ones are steadily rolling out.  One such event that signals the start of UTEP’s theatrical productions for the semester is the years’ first play, “Heroes and Saints.”  A...

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The El Paso Winds performed their concert at 7:30 at the Fox Fine Arts Recital Hall Feb. 23.

El Paso Wind Symphony performs with an air of whimsy

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter February 27, 2023

Much like how the winds that rush through El Paso’s landscape make an elaborate concert, the El Paso Winds made an unforgettable performance with “Lift Every Voice.” The program featured several pieces, most created by Black composers in honor of...

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Many vivid and detailed pieces of Art can be admired at the Art gallery, displaying an endless amount of emotions put through different artists hands into their pieces or work.

Celebrating Black History Month through art

Prospector Staff Report February 24, 2023

After recieving plenty of art submissions for the “Call for Art” hosted by the The Student and Engagement Leadership Center, Black Student Union and Multi-Cultural Greek Council, an exhibit was held in the Union Gallery from Feb. 6 through Feb. 24....

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The 1st Ave. Artisan Market hosted their post-valentine’s market on Sunday, Feb. 19 from 11 am to 4 pm.

1st Ave. First Market under new management

Jasmin Campoya, Staff Photographer February 24, 2023

From local businesses to yummy food, the 1st Ave. Artisan Market is a home to many small businesses in the city of El Paso. The Main Room Event Center, located at 798 E. First Ave. hosted its first market of the year Feb. 19. The event lasted from 11...

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Anonymous artists, Visual Bluff, presented their work called “life is a trip.”

The ‘Full Circle’ of graffiti work in the borderland

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Staff Reporter February 22, 2023

Borderland Jam is a yearly event hosted by different street artists in El Paso. “Full Circle” was held at the Toma Gallery, located at 210 Poplar St. The event featured work from many street artists like Anteup, Adie, Aves, Blast, Bonoe Voodoo and...

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