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Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Spooky pose stuck by members of 915 Echoes of Horror.

Have a scary good time at the hacienda 915 Echoes of Horror

Alyson Rodriguez, Contributor/Reporter October 24, 2023

Step back in time and enter a world of spine-tingling suspense as the historic 1700s hacienda in Socorro, Texas, unveils its darkest secrets in a chilling new haunted house experience.   The newest haunted house attraction, 915 Echoes of Horrors,...

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The UTEP Dinner Theatre’s newest production “Damn Yankees” tells the story of a middle-aged die-hard Washington Senators fan named Joe Boyd who sells his soul to the devil to become an exceptional baseball player to beat the Yankees in the World Series. Photo courtesy of UTEP Dinner Theatre

UTEP Dinner Theatre’s ‘Damn Yankees’ is nothing short of a knockout

H. Catching Marginot, Staff Reporter October 23, 2023

The UTEP Dinner Theatre is ready to play ball as they have hit a home run with their production of “Damn Yankees.” The UTEP Dinner Theatre is a lively entertainment venue in the heart of the UTEP campus. It is the only full-time, year-round dinner...

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Cigarettes After Sex is categorized as an American dream pop band which was formed in El Paso, Texas in 2008.

‘Cigarettes After Sex’ brings back love to El Paso

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Multimedia Editor October 18, 2023

Fans screamed across the Don Haskins Center Oct. 11 after black and white lights shined across the stage. Lead singer of Cigarettes After Sex Greg Gonzalez, stepped foot in his hometown again. Many of the band’s fans have been lifelong listeners and...

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Notable celebrities such as Kali Uchis and Jennifer Lopez are examples of public figures who have incorporated the Y2K aesthetic into their styles.

Revival of Y2K: Culture behind the glitz and glamour

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Multimedia Editor October 16, 2023

Iconic denim on denim, glitzy tops and bright-colored tracksuits have returned as staples in this season’s fashion trends. Behind the Y2K fashion and makeup, is a culture founded by Black and Latinx communities. As Gen Z continues bringing back past...

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(From left to right) Malvina Muñoz, Alani Del La Cruz, and Victoria Muñoz dance to the song “La Llorona” at REL Washington Elementary School.

The flourishing tradition: Baile Folklórico

Sofia Sierra, Contributor/Reporter October 12, 2023

Like a butterfly in flight, the fluttering movement of a folklórico dress gives enchanting performances for one to remember. In addition to the music, folklórico performances are admired by people of all ethnicities. The fusion of both Mexican and American...

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‘But Here We Are:’ Foo Fighters in awe of El Paso

Sofia Sierra, Contributor/Reporter October 11, 2023

The strum of a guitar can open a gate full of memories to come flooding back. To many, the Foo Fighters have brought unforgettable experiences since the ‘90s, creating a sense of nostalgia today. So when they arrived to the Suncity to play at the Don...

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Attendee looks upon the art on display at the Queer History Month Gallery.

Remembering queer voices and history through art

Erik Acosta, Web Editor October 10, 2023

As crisp autumn leaves begin to fall, a month of celebrating and remembering queer history is upon us as brothers, sisters and siblings in the LGBTQ+ community hold hands to share their stories and experiences. In remembrance of those like Marsha P. Johnson...

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Vocalist Natalia Bermudez, guitarist Mario Otero, and trumpeter Ricardo Ayub perform “Continuar”.

Hispanic Heritage night at the opera

Alyson Rodriguez, Contributor/Reporter October 9, 2023

As the curtains rise on the stage of the Fox Fine Arts Recital Hall, a harmonious celebration unfolds in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, where the rich tapestry of Hispanic culture takes center stage, weaving together music, tradition and artistry.   The...

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During the song “Blue”, Uchis grabbed a camera and held it to do a point of view shot.

Kali Uchis wishes EP roses

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter October 9, 2023

Imagine if the term “heaven on earth” were real. To some Sun City concertgoers, they experienced an event near that type of grandeur at the last stop of Kali Uchis’ “Red Moon in Venus” tour. The singer performed hits across seven different sold-out...

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With recent news of singer Joe Jonas and actress Sophie Turner’s divorce, it’s apparent the media tends to treat women differently in comparison to their male counterparts. Photo courtesy @sophiet on Instagram

Women and mothers portrayed in the media: An unfortunate treatment

H. Catching Marginot, Staff Reporter October 5, 2023

In a world inundated with constant information thrown at people worldwide, it can be challenging to sift through the worthwhile news. One form of news mainly looked down upon is "gossip news." A particular story that pops up in this genre of information...

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Movies, “No Hard Feelings,” “Bottoms,” “Bodies, Bodies, Bodies” and “Theater Camp,” are films that share a resemblance to movies that came out in early 2010. Photo courtesy of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Is the film industry running out of ideas or are they just nostalgic?

Ruth Urquiza, Contributor/Reporter October 4, 2023

Trends constantly repeat themselves and as we move forward in time, the film industry has begun to move backward. Nowadays, most movies feel and look like they belong in the early 2000s, an iconic time in pop culture. Movies, “No Hard Feelings,”...

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Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare performed by UTEP Theatre and Dance.

Shakespeare festival blending cultures together

Erik Acosta, Web Editor October 3, 2023

Embodying the Shakespearean magic, a local community came together for a cross-cultural event for their annual festival of the Shakespeare play, “Twelfth Night.” Hosted at Madeline Park, Jay Stratton, the artistic director of the show, saw the magic...

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