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During the 1990s, Wyler Aerial Tramway went to series renovation it became a Texas State Park in 1997 and was open to the public in 2001 before it closed again in September 2018.

‘The Land That Shaped Us:’ an artistic exhibit

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor June 28, 2023

From June 3 to June 23, the International Museum of Art opened an art exhibition in celebration of 100 years of Texas state parks. It included photographs and history information about Texas States Parks. “The Land That Shaped Us: Stories at Texas State...

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Host Ivy Magaña (left) and Aubrey Garica (right) before the comedy show.

PRIDE Laughs!: Laughing for a Great Cause 

Ruth Urquiza, Contributor June 23, 2023

In celebration of Pride month, ABC Comedy, an international production organization, hosted a comedy benefit show with all proceeds going to the Borderland Rainbow Center, a local organization dedicated to providing resources to LQBTQIA+ people and its...

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Attendees enjoying the outdoor market and supporting local vendors. (From left to right: Samantha Sanchez, Nallely Leyva and Natalie Delgado)

Fall in love with local businesses and chic fashion

Marco Hinojosa, Audience & Engagement Editor June 16, 2023

Fashion has no filter; anyone can express themselves in a numerous of ways. Within the borderland, people of all ages have distinct and unique ways of finding fashion, from local thrift shops to beautiful boutiques. At IFELLINLOVEHERE, there is everything...

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Paola Del Valle sells her handmade art at The Rodeo Night Market located at the Lowbrow Palace on June 10.

Young El Pasoans support local at The Rodeo Night Market

Alyson Rodriguez, Contributor June 15, 2023

Instead of spending their Saturday night at the clubs or bars, young El Pasoans spent the evening supporting local vendors at The Rodeo Night Market.   The Lowbrow Palace, located at 1006 Texas Ave, brought back, The Rodeo Night Market, June 10....

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One last match: Lucha libre at the borderland

Maria L. Guerrero Duran, Guest Contributor June 14, 2023

Despite it being an old sport, lucha libre still remains a significant sport and form of entertainment for the borderland area. Renowned wrestlers from Mexico have gained popularity throughout the American continent, and their stunts have reached the...

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“Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse released June 1 in theaters starring Shameik Moore as Miles Morales and Hailee Steinfeld as Ghost-Spider.

Swinging back into the Spider-Verse

Meagan Elizabeth García, Arts & Culture Editor June 9, 2023

Four years after the release of “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse," (SITSV) Sony released their newest animated sensation, “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse,” (SATSV) June 1. With a 96 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes the film managed to bring...

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Stapleton looks towards the crowd and shares a smile with his fans.

ICYMI: Chris Stapleton in the Sun City

Gianluca Cuevas, Contributor May 29, 2023

Chris Stapleton kicked off his 2023 “All American Tour” March 16 and shortly made his way to El Paso to perform his fourth show off the tour, April 26. The El Paso show is said to have sold out in minutes with ticket resale prices reaching as high...

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Monja is a band from Ciudad Juárez composed of five members; Raul “Gato” Ramirez (lead guitar), Aáron “Animal” Alonso (vocal), Eduardo “Lalo” Betancourt (bass), Omar Avila (lead guitar) and Luis “Chino” Ortega (drums).

Monja: A ‘religious’ rock experience

Meagan Elizabeth Garcia, Arts & Culture Editor May 26, 2023

El Paso is a big city that is rich in its artistic and musical culture. While there are many household name performers that come to play here, the real treasure can be found in the Sun City’s local music scene. Whether you are looking for relaxing tunes...

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The Vault Vintage Outlet is in Downtown El Paso and opened its doors in early April.

Shop vintage at The Vault Vintage Outlet

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter May 25, 2023

Editor’s Note: This is the final part in a three part series.  In recent years, fashion from the ‘70s to the ‘90s has been resurfacing and conquering modern fashion trends. That said, more retailers have been selling more vintage-styled clothes...

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Film is one of the most competitive industries to be a part of, primarily due to the large number of applicants. Photo courtesy of Flickr

An insight on the competitive film industry

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor May 17, 2023

Graduation season is over, and many students start wondering and planning on what to do after they get their bachelor’s degree. UTEP is full of students with big dreams. Some had found a way to accomplish them, but others need a little help to get there.  One...

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The Clue Killer Portfolio Exhibit reception will close May 12 in the Glass Gallery. Photo courtesy of UTEP’s Department of Art

Clue Killer Portfolio: A twist to graphic design

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Staff Reporter May 10, 2023

Murder mystery art covers the glass gallery showcasing the graphics of talented UTEP senior artists.   The senior lecture is holding its annual end-of-semester gallery, “Clue Killer Portfolio Exhibit,” to showcase all designs made this semester....

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Fern Trousdale is a theatre education junior at UTEP who has been taking photos of some of the Theatre and Dance graduates.

Building a life around a passion for photos

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter May 8, 2023

Graduation season has arrived, which means many students are preparing to show off their brand-new caps and gowns to the world. Like any important occasion, graduation is one that requires kept memories. That said, photographers are being booked by the...

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