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The Prospector News Weekly November 7th, 2014

Kimberly Valle, Staff Reported November 6, 2014

This week in news, Mandala Sunrise is showcased at a ceremony, proceeds for pickaxe biddings benefiting scholarship, and centennial photo contest winners will be showcased at the centennial museum.

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The Prospector News Weekly October 31

Amanda Guillen and Kimberly Valle October 31, 2014

This weeks in news includes, shuttle to Juarez for tourist, 6th annual Smithsonian celebrates Dia de Los Muertos at UTEP, speech language pathologist program is rewarded a 1.2 million dollar grant, El Paso prepares for Dia de Los Muertos, UTEP mens basketball...

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The Prospector News Weekly October 24

Amanda Guillen and Kimberly Valle October 24, 2014

This week in news, a demonstration on campus raises awareness for missing Mexican college students, International Food Fair to take place in the Union Plaza, UTEP haunted tours to frighten guests, dance major to help young children with down syndrome...

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The Prospector News Weekly October 17

Amanda Guillen, Managing Editor/Multimedia Editor October 17, 2014

This week in news, the UTEP Dinner Theater will kick of its production of Footloose: The Musical, immigration reform is under the microscope after midterms elections, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.

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UTEP alum finds inspiration in found objects

Kimberly Valle, Staff Reporter October 14, 2014

With the help of many artistic students from the university, it is becoming a tradition for the community to showcase artistic structures all over town. Over the last several years, the city has been developing its artistic reputation. Alejandro Almanza...

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The Prospector News Weekly October 10

Amanda Guillen and Kimberly Valle October 10, 2014

This week in news,the U.S. Postal Service releases a special UTEP Centennial stamp, art exhibit brings color to the Union Gallery, Walk a Mile in her Shoes event to take over downtown El Paso, Chalk the Block to attract more than 30,000 El Pasoans,HIV/AIDS...

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The Prospector News Weekly Oct. 3, 2014

Amanda Guillen and Kimberly Valle October 3, 2014

This week in news,UTEP Homecoming events will take place from Oct. 6- 11, 3-D printer to revolutionize the industry, and the UTEP library celebrates its 30th birthday.

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The Prospector News Weekly Sept. 26, 2014

Amanda Guillen and Kimberly Valle September 26, 2014

This week in news, tuition will not increase for students, UTEP Celebrates takes over local area schools, Congressman helps students get ready to vote, UTEP Women's Volleyball will face off against North Texas, and UTEP Football takes on the Kansas State...

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The Prospector News Weekly Sept. 19, 2014

Amanda Guillen and Kimberly Valle September 19, 2014

This week in news, a doll takes over the Union Cinema, the university celebrates International Peace Day, One Direction to perform at the Sun Bowl, Hispanic Heritage ceremonies take place at UTEP, and 25,000 set to take part in the first annual Glory...

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The Prospector News Weekly September 12

Amanda Guillen and Kimberly Valle September 12, 2014

This week in news, a blood drive brings together two rivals,suicide prevention week spreads awareness around campus, UTEP is once again ranked nationally, Mexican artist sculpts gift for UTEP, Technology Support Center will host it's first annual graphic...

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The Prospector News Weekly

Amanda Guillen and Kimberly Valle September 5, 2014

This week in news, sleep deprivation takes over college students, media coverage varies when covering controversial cases in national news, the Miner Metro App helps students track their shuttle, and students get the opportunity to expand their knowledge...

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World Cup invites all types of life

Javier Cortez, Sports Editor June 24, 2014

Soccer does not see race, gender, social class or language. Anyone can try to play it and everyone can certainly watch it. Charlie Gibbens, director of housing at UTEP, has been trying to create that sense of inclusion over the past two weeks. The timing...

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