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Assayer of Student Opinion.

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Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Last Christmas” by Wham!, released in 1984, along with “Santa Baby,” “Feliz Navidad,” “White Christmas,” “A Holly Jolly Christmas,” and “All I Want for Christmas is You” are all popular Christmas songs for the season. Photo courtesy of Vevo/Youtube.

Best Christmas songs throughout the years

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter November 15, 2022

You might have already heard some Christmas songs on the radio station, through someone else, or maybe you are the one who is already getting in the spirit.  As November is almost halfway done, that means that the Christmas season is getting closer.   That...

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Marvel’s “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” was released to theaters Nov. 10 and is the last movie in phase 4 of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios.

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ celebrates life and highlights grief

Emmanuel Rivas Valenzuela, Sports Editor November 14, 2022

Editor’s Note: This review contains spoilers for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and other phase four films.  Grief has become a major focus for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s (MCU) phase four. From Peter Parker losing Aunt May in “Spider-Man:...

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“Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” in Concert collaborated with the El Paso Symphony Orchestra during their sold-out show Nov. 13.

Magical night at El Paso Symphony Orchestra’s Harry Potter Concert

Alyson Rodriguez, Staff Reporter November 14, 2022

Wizards and muggles came together to experience the El Paso Symphony Orchestra’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in concert. The magical concert took place at 2 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 13 at The Plaza Theatre.  The El Paso Symphony Orchestra...

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The Rubin Center for the Visual Arts and the Center for Enviornmental Resource Management (CERM) collaborated for “Experiencing the Bosque” at the Rio Bosque Wetlands Part Nov. 5.

UTEP dances the wetlands at ‘Experiencing the Bosque’

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter November 7, 2022

“Experiencing the Bosque,” an event led by the Center for Environmental Resource Management (CREM) and UTEP’s Rubin Center for Visual Arts, was held Nov. 5 at the Rio Bosque Wetlands Park, a restored area near the Rio Grande. There were performers...

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UTEP’s Department of Music showcases “Solos and Duos” opera Nov. 6.

‘Solos and Duos’ brings Broadway and opera to UTEP

Meagan Elizabeth García, Arts & Culture Editor November 7, 2022

With all the musical and theatrical shows that have been hosted at the Fox Fine Arts Recital Hall, Opera UTEP did not disappoint with their addition of “Solos and Duos” to an already impressive calendar of performances. The concert consisted of Broadway,...

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Say hello to UTEP’s Skateboarding Professors

Itzel Giron, Multimedia Editor November 4, 2022

In a three part series, reporter Alberto Silva Fernandez interviewed three professors who skateboard. Each one with a different story to tell, use skateboarding in many ways whether it be to help students learn about psychics, a way to relax mentally,...

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Paradigm Shift hosted a Dia de Los Muertos Display at the El Paso’s Art District in Downtown El Paso.

Kicking off Dia de los Muertos with ‘Esqueletos & Escaleras’

Eduardo Flores, Contributor November 4, 2022

Editor’s Note: This is a review of the event.  Día de los Muertos is a long-lived tradition celebrated Nov. 1 and –2, that allows families to honor their departed loved ones.   The holiday is not only celebrated in Mexico or in cities such...

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Oskar Callejas or INDAZE performs at Spooky Moon fest Oct. 29 at Ascarate park.

Spooky Moon Music Festival: the first of many to come to El Paso

Josie Avila, Audience & Engagement Editor November 4, 2022

The Spooky Moon Music Festival took place Saturday, Oct. 29, at Ascarate Park. Not only was this a pioneering event for El Paso rave-goers, but for music festival enthusiasts as well,   Quattro Hermanos formed in August of this year and is named after...

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JD Ybañez performes at Spooky Moon Music Festival Oct. 29

El Pasoans spend Halloween weekend at Spooky Moon Music Festival

Alyson Rodriguez, Staff Reporter November 2, 2022

El Pasoans had the chance to experience a new type of show called Spooky Moon Music Festival that celebrates EDM music and Halloween. The new music festival welcomed various national and international EDM artists that rocked the night until 2 a.m.   The...

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Franklin Mountains State Park rangers held Halloweenfest, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 30 at the visitors’ center for the park.

Franklin Mountains State Park hosts Halloweenfest to educate the public

Kristen Scheaffer, Contributor November 2, 2022

Franklin Mountains State Park rangers held Halloweenfest, an event used as a teaching tool about the region’s creepy crawlies, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 30 at the visitors’ center for the park.   Some of the booths represented there...

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Harry Flournoy, Willie Worsley, and Orsten Artis are featured in the continued mural of Don Haskins’ 1966 Texas Western NCAA Champions Mural.

Mosaic mural brings life to Glory Road garage

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter November 1, 2022

On the inside of the Glory Road Transfer Center and Parking Garage, at the intersections of Glory Road and N Oregon Street, are works of art that you would expect at a museum. The two murals that occupy the entrance and inside of the parking garage are...

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Dean of Health Sciences, ‘Dr. Skateboard’ teaches physics through skateboarding

Alberto Silva Fernandez, Staff Reporter November 1, 2022

Editor’s note: This is the third of a three-part series on professors who skateboard at UTEP.     When skateboarders get on their board and push forward, they are actively engaging in motion physics. Whether they are aware of it or not, skateboarding...

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