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April 15, 2015

Housing grows with student population

Maria Esquinca, Staff Reporter

September 9, 2014

Willie Quinn is a UTEP alumni who has been volunteering at the UTEP Heritage House, the campus’ historical repository, since 2001. He runs his finger along a long laminated map, “This is how Vet Village fits into the sche...

UTEP gems shine bright on campus

Ashley Muñoz, Contributor

September 9, 2014

Old Main Building The building was constructed in 1917 and was part of the first five original buildings when UTEP was first taking shape. The building (still standing today on Circle Drive) housed a small library and snac...

Campus transformation closer to completion

Amanda Guillen and Lorain Waters

September 9, 2014

Beginning in spring 2013, UTEP began a campus-wide construction project that will ultimately make the university a more pedestrian-friendly campus. Since that date, the campus has been divided up into sections, all with  va...

Union provides a place for rest and relaxation

Kimberly Valle, Staff Reporter

September 9, 2014

The Union, previously known as the Student Union, is a place where students can enjoy their free time in between classes, catch up with homework or hang out with friends. The Union has gone through a handful of changes since the...

A 100 year name game

Andres Rodriguez, Contributor

September 9, 2014

The university name has undergone several changes since it was first established in 1913 as the State School of Miners and Metallurgy. Some changes and some attempts at changing the name have been accidental, technical and outright ...

Controversial moments pepper pages of Prospector’s archives

Editorial Staff

September 9, 2014

The Prospector has covered many stories since its first publication in 1915. A run like that is not lacking in controversial moments. Through the good and the bad, the student newspaper has been the source for student news an...

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Campus transformation