Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Underground music venue known as ‘The Dungeon’, located at 110 Poplar St., is set to an event featuring alleged neo-Nazi and fascist bands.

Neo-Nazis disturb Sun City music scene

Marco Hinojosa, Audience & Engagement Editor September 14, 2023

From goth shows to rock metal performances, venue, The Dungeon, has held numerous events for the local band scene in the borderland. Where once there was a place for people to express themselves freely and listen to live music is now a space growing a...

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The Hospitals of Providence Memorial Campus.

Nurses in El Paso hold picket line for patient care

H. Catching Marginot, Staff Reporter September 6, 2023

During the harsh cold month of January, more than 7,000 union nurses from the New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA) picked up their picket signs and engulfed the streets creating an explosive start to the New Year.   This was a combined effort...

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El Pasoans get on the streetcar at the Glory Road stop Aug. 30.

El Paso Streetcar extends its hours to serve college students

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter September 6, 2023

In these first weeks of school, UTEP students have returned to practicing many back-to-school routines. One of those routines is waiting in a crowd to board the shuttle, which is as exciting as it sounds.   While the shuttle continues to be a mode...

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Steeple of Kelly Center for Hunger Relief.

Pensamientos Y Platicas: Combating the mental health in the Hispanic community

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Multimedia Editor July 31, 2023

Across the borderland the Hispanic communities are highly populated, however are not desired to receive mental health resources due to the negative beliefs. Pensaminetos Y Platicas is finding a way to end the stigma of receiving mental health treatment...

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According to El Paso Matters, July 22 marked the end of the 38 consecutive days of heat over 100 degrees. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia Commons

Scorched Earth: Here’s what you need to know

Eugenio Cantu, Contributor/Reporter July 28, 2023

It is not often that going outside gives us a glimpse into the final moments of a Thanksgiving turkey, but the city of El Paso has experienced over 40 consecutive days of triple digit heat. Shattering not only the record for most consecutive days of heat,...

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El Pasoans at the Vigil held at Ponder Park the day of the shooting August 3, 2019.

Sentencing of El Paso Walmart gunman begins

Meagan Elizabeth García, Arts & Culture Editor July 5, 2023

[Update]: The third and final day of the federal sentencing for Crusius has now concluded and his legal fate has been sealed.   Crusius was given 90 consecutive life sentences and is expected to serve those years in ADX Florence, a maximum-security...

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Fire officials responded to a fire that took place near campus July 4 that could have possibly been caused by fireworks.

Fireworks possible cause of fire near campus

Annabella Mireles, Photo Editor July 4, 2023

Fire officials responded to a fire that took place Tuesday afternoon around 1:30 p.m. on the 2400 block of Campbell, near UTEP campus.  Although there has not been confirmation as to what started the fire, reports from first responders said the cause...

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El Paso Hockey Associate might be demolished to expand the port of entry.

A possible frozen oasis

Eugenio Cantu, Contributor May 3, 2023

Although the prospect of an ice rink in the middle of a desert city might seem a little strange, the El Paso Hockey Association is one of the city’s biggest sports. They are composed of our home team, the El Paso Rhinos, which compete in NAHL (North...

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Photography Enthusiasts of El Paso (PEEPS) is El Paso’s oldest photography club which comprises of about 78 members. Photo courtesy of Photography Enthusiasts of El Paso

Meet the photo ‘PEEPs’

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter April 21, 2023

Photography is a passion for many people. For years, photography has been constantly changing, from disposable film cameras to the latest smartphones. There are also numerous organizations that have given people, who have an interest in photography, a...

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Governor Abbott appointed District Attorney Bill Hicks to replace Rosales which came into effect Dec. 14, 2022. Photo courtesy of KVIA

Changing gears with the new D.A. Bill Hicks

Eugenio Cantu, Contributor April 18, 2023

December 2022, marked when former District Attorney Yvonne Rosales resigned from office, leaving before her term naturally concluded. Her term was plagued with controversial cases, including the Walmart shooting case and other cases.   According to...

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April is national Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia Commons

‘Sexual Assault Awareness Month’ across the borderland

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Staff Reporter April 11, 2023

April is national Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), throughout which, the campaign from National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) provides more information about prevention against sexual violence.  The NSVRC website states “Sexual Assault...

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“Mija, Yes You Can” is hosting its annual Mija Market at Chuco Relic Central from 10 p.m. to 3 p.m. at 2750 Gateway Blvd East. Photo courtesy of Mija Market.

‘Mija Market’ represents women owned businesses in El Paso

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Staff Reporter March 22, 2023

Tables, trucks and stands filled with food, art and clothes are going to surround Chuco Relic Sunday, March 26. “Mija, Yes You Can” is hosting its annual Mija Market at Chuco Relic Central, 10 p.m. to 3 p.m. 2750 Gateway Blvd East from where women...

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