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Katherine Mortimer, Ph.D. and Associate Professor in the College of Education, presents on language inequality in our education system.

[Photo] Nerd Night covers bilingualism and the border

September 2, 2019

Katherine Mortimer, Ph.D. and Associate Professor in the College of Education, presents on language inequality in our education system.

“Patriots From the Barrio” author makes an appearance at Centennial Museum

“Patriots From the Barrio” author makes an appearance at Centennial Museum

Alexia Nava, Reporter February 5, 2019

Author Dave Gutierrez, who wrote “Patriots from the Barrio,” gave a book talk Jan. 25 at Centennial Museum as part of its exhibition regarding World War II from an El Paso perspective. “Patriots from the Barrio” talks about what Mexican-American...

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Rubin center presents variety of exhibits for the spring semester

Rubin center presents variety of exhibits for the spring semester

Alexia Nava, Reporter January 29, 2019

The Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts, located at 500 W. University Ave. on campus presented  three exhibitions Jan. 24 from a variety of recognized artists that will run until the first two weeks of April.  Since its inception...

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Hundreds gather for third annual Women’s March in Downtown El Paso

Hundreds gather for third annual Women’s March in Downtown El Paso

Alexia Nava, Reporter January 21, 2019

https://youtu.be/mabQ6Fs80CA The third annual Women’s March took place at San Jacinto Plaza in downtown El Paso, Saturday Jan. 19. The event held close to 600 people and featured music, poetry, speeches and demands of the El Paso citizens to the...

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On Thursday, Dec. 6, the Hal Marcus Gallery will open its first inaugural annual Latina Arte exhibition

Latina Arte Exhibition set to take place at the Hal Marcus Gallery

Alexia Nava, Staff Reporter December 3, 2018

On Thursday, Dec. 6, the Hal Marcus Gallery will open its inaugural Latina Arte exhibition, the longest exhibition ever held at the gallery, featuring the artwork of several local Latina artists. Hal Marcus, the gallery’s owner, who has been a professional...

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¿Cruzas a diario?

Alexia Nava, Staff Reporter November 12, 2018

“¿Y cruzas a diario?” es una pregunta muy común que me han hecho algunos compañeros al saber que vivo en Juárez mientras estudio en UTEP. Suena bastante loco y cansado pero, cuando ya llevas varios años haciendo lo mismo, deja de sentirse así,...

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UTEP pharmacy set to close

UTEP pharmacy set to close

Andrea Valdez-Rivas and Alexia Nava October 8, 2018

At the end of the semester, students at UTEP can no longer depend on the services provided by the pharmacy located in the Student Health and Wellness Center. The pharmacy, located at Union Building E. 100, will close its doors after Dec. 14. The closure...

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“Dos de Octubre no se olvida”

“Dos de Octubre no se olvida”

Alexia Nava, Contributor October 2, 2018

El año es 1968, un año en una década en la cual  ocurrieron muchas cosas. En el caso de Estados Unidos, los años sesenta fueron la época del movimiento de los derechos civiles. En 1968, fueron asesinados los líderes de ese movimiento, Martin...

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