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Fresco Artist Frederico Vigil to give a talk at the UTEP Rubin Center

Fresco Artist Frederico Vigil to give a talk at the UTEP Rubin Center

Andrea Acosta, Entertainment Editor September 18, 2013

Currently celebrating the Hispanic Heritage Month, UTEP has offered many opportunities in which students and the general public can learn more about the Latin American decent. As a result, a special talk on the fresco process by artist, Frederico Vigil,...

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From U.S. senior to U.K. freshman

From U.S. senior to U.K. freshman

Alejandro Alba, Contributor September 18, 2013

This whole week felt like I was entering college all over again, but in an upgraded fashion. When I entered the University of Texas at El Paso I did not feel anything special or meet a whole group of new, cool people. Instead I took on five courses, two...

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Avatar returns with Korra’s spiritual journey

S. David Ramirez, Staff Reporter September 17, 2013

Water, earth, fire, air: a familiar beginning to a hit television series on Nickelodeon returned with its second season, “Avatar: Legend of Korra” on Friday. The sequel to “The Last Airbender” continues to follow Avatar Korra as she navigates...

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UTEP ASTA student chapter provides fourth-annual All-Region clinic

UTEP ASTA student chapter provides fourth-annual All-Region clinic

Andrea E Acosta, Entertainment Editor September 17, 2013

The UTEP student chapter of American String Teacher’s Association (ASTA) presents the fourth-annual All-Region Clinic on Sept. 21 from 9 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. at the Fox Fine Arts Center. “The clinic serves as a way to help those students prepare for...

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Ayer Eternal Photography studio is located at 2909 1/2 Alameda.

UTEP alumnus moves El Paso art scene onward

Leonardo Montañez, Staff Reporter September 17, 2013

As an artist, Luis C. Rodriguez felt that the possibilities of a prolonged and successful career would be many as he decided to pursue those options here in El Paso. According to Rodriguez, who graduated from UTEP in 2010 with a multidisciplinary arts...

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New You Gym is located at 5020 N. Desert Blvd. Open Mon.-Fri. 5 a.m.-12 p.m. and Sat. 7 a.m. -12 p.m.

New You Gym: ‘what makes it different’

Nadia Garcia, Staff Reporter September 17, 2013

Having opened this past June on the West side of El Paso, New You Gym, a Christian based gym, has currently trained 300 members with the hope of expanding further. Owner and former UTEP student, Elizabeth (Lizzie) Martinez, said she had always exercised...

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Man Man talks tour and new album

Man Man talks tour and new album

Kristopher Rivera, Copy Editor September 17, 2013

People may be familiar with Man Man’s new single “Head On,” which is a manual for anyone learning how to love in a bitter situation with lyrics such as “hold on to your heart/hold it high above flood waters/hold on to your heart/never let nobody...

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Breaking Bad: “Ozymandias” recap

Breaking Bad: “Ozymandias” recap

Oscar Garza, Contributor September 16, 2013

Percy Bysshe Shelley’s poem “Ozymandias” beautifully depicts the remnants of a once-powerful empire and its leader. It’s extremely fitting that this episode is titled after the poem’s character, since Walter’s life has basically taken a turn...

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Gerard Waldron, of the NAB, left; Earle MacKenzie, of the American Cable Association; James Campbell, of CenturyLink; Robert Garrett, of Major League Baseball, and Preston Padden, formerly of ABC and the Walt Disney Co, testify Sept. 10 about rules on whether satellite TV networks should still be able to transmit programming under rules set in 1988. SHFWire photo by Sean Bradley

Without deal, TV providers could lose content, revenue

Sean Bradley, SHFWire Reporter September 16, 2013

WASHINGTON – Satellite television providers, including DISH Network, and content providers, including Major League Baseball, may have to play “Let’s Make a Deal” come the beginning of 2015. Now, television content providers have the ability...

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The Color Run shares the colors of fun with El Paso

Andrea Acosta, Entertainment Editor September 13, 2013

With the constant rainy weather that El Paso has been experiencing, it wouldn’t be unusual for a colorful rainbow to appear this weekend. However, this will happen not because of the weather, but because the Happiest 5K on the planet has finally...

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J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series made a deal with Warner Bros. Thursday.

J.K. Rowling partners with Warner Bros. for new series

Lorain Watters, Assistant News Editor September 12, 2013

With the final installment of the Harry Potter series in 2011, things have been pretty quiet—unless you re-watch and re-read the series repeatedly like myself. For the most part, the Harry Potter world seems to be fading, unless you are one of the...

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Luis Miguel, Greatest Hits Tour visits El Paso

Leonardo Montañez, Staff reporter September 12, 2013

From mariachi to bolero, Luis Miguel and his “The Hits Tour” delivered a great concert to the fans, with a great show, sound and his most well-known songs at the Don Haskins Center Sept. 11. The center was almost filled by his adoring fans, who...

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