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The Prospector News Weekly February 13, 2015

Amanda Guillen, Managing Editor February 13, 2015

This week in news, UTEP celebrates Black History Month and Project Move begins sign-up processes.

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Miners get fifth straight, beat Charlotte

Luis Gonzalez, Sports Editor February 12, 2015

UTEP led from start to finish on their way to a fifth consecutive win. With tonight’s 73-68 victory over Charlotte, and a combination of scores, the Miners now sit in third place on the Conference USA standings, behind only Louisiana Tech and Western...

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The Prospector News Weekly February 6, 2015

Amanda Guillen, Managing Editor February 6, 2015

This week in news TxDot schedules more closures for the surrounding UTEP areas, El Paso goes down in ranking, and the Rubin Center offers free membership to students.

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Miners shoot past Middle Tennessee

Luis Gonzalez, Sports Editor January 31, 2015

The UTEP men’s basketball team had a historic shooting night on the way to their 14th win of the season. The Miners missed only four of their 16 three-point shots and beat the visiting Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders by a final of 83-70. The 75%...

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The Prospector News Weekly Jan. 30 en Español

Kimberly Valle, Entertainment Editor January 30, 2015

Esta semana en noticias incluye, la obra musical de Carrie en UTEP Dinner Theatre, Howard Daudistel como preboste temporal para la UTEP, y Cuidad Juarez ocupa el lugar 27 de la lista de las 50 ciudades mas peligrosas de la nación.

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The Prospector News Weekly January 30, 2015

Amanda Guillen, Managing Editor January 30, 2015

This week in news, UTEP names a new interim provost, UTEP students react to Juarez ranking 27th most violent city in the world, and Carrie the Musical takes over the UTEP Dinner Theater.

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El Paso shows solidarity for Mike Brown

Maria Esquinca, Staff Reporter November 25, 2014

Protest signs defiantly raised in the air, El Pasoan’s rallied in solidarity for Michael Brown in front of the county courthouse. The rally is one of many happening across the country after Officer Darren Wilson, who fatally shot unarmed teenager...

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Transgender Day of Remembrance honors victims of hate crimes

Wesley Juhl, SHFWire reporter November 24, 2014

WASHINGTON – Earline Budd came out as transgender to her Baptist family when she was a 9-year-old boy. Like many transgender women, the Washington native was in for a rough time. Her family didn’t accept her, and she said it was a traumatic experience. The...

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The Prospector News Weekly, November 21st

Kimberly Valle and Amanda Guillen November 21, 2014

This week in news Provost Junius Gonzales moves to UNC, protestors gather to raise awareness for 43 college students in Ayotzinapa, Mexico, Britches to Riches run will brgin at Leech Grove, UTEP health sciences held a conference in effort to improve homeless...

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Alexi Cruz, released from ICE detention, speaks to The Prospector

Maria Esquinca, Staff reporter November 12, 2014

UPDATE, NOV. 14 AT 2:00: Across 500 miles, Alexi Cruz’s two-year-old daughter is illustrated on a yellow poster. With an unflinching look, she holds a sign that says, “Release my dad.” Cruz, an undocumented immigrant who lives in San Antonio,...

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Ballet class impacts children’s lives

Kimberly Valle, Staff Reporter November 11, 2014

Dancing ballet since the age of seven, senior dance major Laura Escobar has used passion to benefit children with special needs. She discovered how light movements can advance health and overall quality of life for her senior capstone project. “The...

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