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Campus organization plans indigenous history events

Leonardo Montañez, Staff Reporter

November 5, 2013

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Native American Heritage Month will be celebrated in November through an educational program at the university. Cheyenne Lozano, president of the Academic Revival of Indigenous Studies of Education, said the group will be educating...

College Republicans, county GOP join forces

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter

November 5, 2013

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Students have the chance to work with the county of El Paso in collaboration with the Republican Party. The Republican Party of El Paso has teamed up with the College Republicans in order to fill the positions of election clerks...

Border traditions celebrated

David Ramirez, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2013

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The borderland and UTEP bustle with activity as the El Paso community prepares for a week of celebrations around All Hallow’s Eve. “We are in a very peculiar place,” said Guillermina Nuñez-Mchiri, associate professor...

Science jobs abound for workers with BAs or two-year degrees

Jessica Wray, Scripps Howard Foundation Wire Reporter

October 29, 2013

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WASHINGTON—When astronaut Mae Jemison prepared for her launch into space, the chemist and physician had to test her flight suit—working with her personal flight suit technician to keep the special outfit in working order. The...

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