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The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Not everyone a fan of “The Cloud”

Not everyone a fan of “The Cloud”

Mike Vazquez, Staff Reporter February 4, 2016

UTEP students were caught off guard as their first week of school was not only met with a stack of syllabi and new class routines, but a new piece of public art commissioned by the city standing tall in the center of Schuster’s roundabout. Unfortunately...

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Barbie got back

Barbie got back

Amanda Guillen, Editor-In-Chief February 2, 2016

A closet full of Barbie dolls in their sealed boxes, hair intact, shoes still strapped on and all of her accessories still included—I never played with my dolls because of the fear of ruining their perfect image. I would go over to my cousins’ houses...

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State of the Union and free community college

State of the Union and free community college

Amanda Guillen, Editor-in-Chief January 13, 2016

Over the last seven years of President Barack Obama's presidency the State of the Union addresses have been nothing short of poetic. The 2012 presidential election was the first election that I was able to participate in and the Obama administration...

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Del hola al adiós

Fernanda Leon, Staff Reporter December 1, 2015

La desidia, es en muchas ocasiones un factor muy importante que nos lleva a no tomar ni malas ni buenas desiciones sino a simplemente no tomar ninguna. Es precisamente por esta cuestión que mi instancia en esta publicación estudiantil, hoy en día,...

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Thank you to The Prospector

Maria Esquinca, Managing Editor December 1, 2015

Journalism was never my first option. My first dream was to be a doctor. I wanted to cure cancer and entered UTEP majoring in biology. I considered political science for a while, then I majored in creative writing. Finally, after fighting the cynic in...

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I will ramble on

Alonso Moreno, Copy Editor December 1, 2015

University life is weird, not in an ironic way, but in a way that has defied all expectations I had. To begin, I didn’t start with journalism in mind or anything remotely associated with it. Like many before me, I was a starry-eyed freshman with delusions...

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Pre-Black Friday Feast

Pre-Black Friday Feast

Blake Lanham, Cartoonist November 23, 2015

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Letter to The Editor

Camila Trespalacios November 17, 2015

My name is Camila Trespalacios, I am 21 years old, and am from Chihuahua, Mexico. I was born in El Paso, Texas, and am enrolled at UTEP working on a double major in communication studies and French. I arrived in Paris in September of 2014 to continue...

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3-3 never felt so good

Adrian Broaddus, Staff Reporter October 27, 2015

Sitting at second place in the NFC West, having wins over Arizona and Seattle and breaking .500 after week seven of the NFL season—these are some of the major highlights of the St. Louis Rams’ season thus far. Jeff Fisher and the Rams could not be...

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#CocksNotGlocks

Maria Esquinca, Managing Editor October 13, 2015

So far, over 6,000 people have indicated on Facebook that they will attend the Campus Dildo Carry Protest at the University of Texas at Austin on Aug. 24, 2016, the first day of classes. The event is a protest against the notorious SB 11, which allows...

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The underappreciated art of fashion

Jose Soto, Entertainment Editor October 6, 2015

This week, the Mercedes-Benz of El Paso Fashion Week will launch their four-day long event that will highlight local, national and international fashion. This event is coming at the end of the El Paso Fashion Week, which also showcased some of the local...

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Support Smith-Soto

Javier Cortez, Sports Editor September 29, 2015

The war against guns on campus has finally ramped up! Two weeks ago, UTEP professor David Smith-Soto was in the news for his hardline stance on guns in classrooms. News of Smith-Soto’s opposition to the newly signed legislation that will allow students...

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