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The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Jesse, Kimberly, Daniela, Emiliano, Sebastian, and Mariano are an example of a friend group who found each other by being themselves.

The Prospector’s ultimate guide to making friends on campus

Ximena Cordero, Staff Reporter March 11, 2024

The workload and rigor to the increase in student bodies are all bits of anxiety incoming students can feel trying to fit in on a new campus. Who will join them on their journeys through their college years is also a curiosity to satisfy.    According...

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Marce Tirres has been working at Gozo’s ice cream since it opened and has now gained more leadership roles.

Sweet Transitions: Howdy Homemade Evolves into Gozo’s Ice Cream

Alyson Rodriguez, Contributor/Writer March 1, 2024

Editor’s Note: This is the third part in a three-part series.   In a heartwarming scoop of innovation, the beloved ice cream shop Howdy Homemade is undergoing a sweet transformation as it rebrands and changes its name to Gozo’s Ice Cream. The...

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Music has no limit with Texas Hart

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Web Editor March 1, 2024

Editor’s Note: This is the second in a three-part series.   The sound of rock, pop and blues is shown through the works of many musicians across El Paso. Musician Texas Hart is one of many solo artists who has been creating music for years.  Hart,...

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Entrance of the El Paso Municipal Rose Garden, located on Aurora Ave.

The Municipal Rose Garden is the place to have a blooming good time

Melissa Herrera, Contributor/Writer March 1, 2024

El Paso is home to many hidden gems that people may not be aware of. With spring around the corner, the El Paso Municipal Rose Garden will soon give people a breathtaking sight full of life and color.   Located in Central El Paso at 3418 Aurora Ave.,...

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After 32 years together, Pablo and Mari Quiros revisit their high school prom night, marking the beginning of a lifelong journey of love and companionship.

A love that lasts

H. Catching Marginot, Contributor/Writer February 29, 2024

What does an impressive car stereo system, the movie "Wayne's World" and a Shamrock Gas Station near the 1-10 highway all have in common? All three are the essential ingredients in the love story of Pablo and Marisela "Mari" Quiros. Whether it be in El...

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Compared to Renaissance and Baroque music, this event brings the mix of incorporating Latin American music with a professor and student participating in the festival.

A preview into the Early Music Latin America Festival

Marco Hinojosa, Audience and Engagement Editor February 29, 2024

Audiences can expand their music taste at the upcoming Early Music Latin America Festival. From Renaissance and Baroque European repertoire to musical genres meant to be heard and admired.   Lindsey Macchiarella, Ph.D., is a musicologist professor...

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Sometimes getting away from home means hanging out with your friends and creating memories that could last a lifetime.

7 things to do during spring break in El Paso

Alyda Muela, Contributor/Writer February 28, 2024

Spring break is rolling around the corner, and many students look forward to endless relaxation on the beach. While every student dreams of the perfect vacation, life often interferes. For students planning to stay in El Paso this upcoming spring break,...

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‘Los Empeños de Una Casa’ is a bilingual production that had its opening night Feb. 23 at the Wise Family Theatre located at the UTEP Fox Fine Arts building.

Fall in love with ‘Los Empeños de Una Casa’

Erik Acosta, Editor-In-Chief February 28, 2024

As the season of love dwindles, an epic showdown of battle for love begins to blossom at the Wise Family Theatre. “Los Empeños de Una Casa” is a new bilingual production and theatrical showdown that opened Feb. 23, and brings the Spanish Golden Age...

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Little girl admires clownfish at the aquarium.

Jungle Reef touch aquarium unleashes a sea of excitement in El Paso

SalmaPaola Baca, Photographer February 22, 2024

El Paso's groundbreaking interactive aquarium is now one of the newest activities in the borderland. Jungle Reef, developed by the Hepworth brothers is an immersive venture that pledges to captivate and offer visitors engagement with aquatic wonders....

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The El Paso Zoo and the Botanical Gardens hosted the fifth Quit Bugging Me” event, this year on Valentine’s Day.

Bugs: The perfect cure for heartbreak

Melissa Herrera, Contributor/Writer February 20, 2024

Valentine’s Day is known as the holiday where millions of couples across the world come together to celebrate their everlasting love through dates, flowers, dinners and more. However, single folks may not always share that luxury.  The El Paso Zoo...

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While the combination of romance and education seems like a luxury, some students prefer to not be in a relationship so they can strictly focus on themselves and their academics.

Romance and academics

Marco Hinojosa, Audience and Engagement Editor February 16, 2024

As the spring semester settles, every college student may feel like they have a lot on their plate. With love buzzing in the air, relationships are bound to be created or dismantled. Combining academics and a social life while including self-care can...

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Mario Otero: half man, half music.

La Frontera presents Aquiles Moon

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Web/Copy Editor February 15, 2024

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a three-part series.  Across the Frontera, the chords, rhythms and voices echo throughout the wind over the beautiful mountains of El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. The music scene in the borderland is...

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