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Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Amanda Guillen

Amanda Guillen, Editor-in-Chief

Amanda Guillen is a senior multimedia journalism major with a minor in women's studies. She was born and raised in El Paso, Texas and graduated from El Paso High School in 2011.

She has been a part of The Prospector since summer 2013 and is currently Managing Editor.

She has always had a passion for journalism and plans to become a television news reporter upon graduating from UTEP. In addition to being a full-time student and reporter, she is a part of two honor societies on campus, Alpha Lambda Delta and the National Society of Leadership and Success where she participates in community service regularly. Amanda also interns for KVIA Channel 7 the El Paso affiliate of ABC.

Her love for the city of El Paso is something that led her to choose UTEP as her school of choice. She has enjoyed her past 3 years at the university and looks forward to an eventful school year.

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UTEP officially released the Blackboard app in fall 2013. It is available to download in the App Store and Google play.

Students on the fence with new Blackboard app

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter January 28, 2014

This past fall, UTEP officially provided access to the Blackboard mobile application. Although the app is designed to work like the desktop version, a few differences might not convince some to download it. When logging on to your play store or App...

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Miners handle Roadrunners 81-62

Miners handle Roadrunners 81-62

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter January 25, 2014

The UTEP men’s basketball team won their fourth in a row as they defeated the UTSA Roadrunners 81-62. Head coach Tim Floyd his 400th victory as a college basketball coach. The Miners had four players in double figures junior forward Julian Washburn...

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UTEP centennial exhibit unveiled at airport

Luis Barrio, Reporter January 24, 2014

Visitors to the El Paso International Airport can now see UTEP’s historical significance and Bhutanese architecture while waiting for a flight or grabbing a cup of joe. An exhibit commemorating UTEP’s 100 years was unveiled Friday at the airport,...

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UTEP storms back to defeat Golden Eagles in overtime

UTEP storms back to defeat Golden Eagles in overtime

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter January 22, 2014

The UTEP women’s basketball team used a big second half rally to complete their biggest comeback win in school history against the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles. The Miners scored 58 points in the second half to tie the game at 76 and force...

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UTEP, along with Southern Mississippi and UTSA, are three of the seven schools with a 2-2 record in Conference USA.

Seeking to bounce back

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter January 21, 2014

After a 13-2 start this season, the UTEP women’s basketball team lost two straight contests. First, at the hands of Middle Tennessee State on the road on Jan. 15 and to Charlotte on Jan. 18 at the Don Haskins. On Jan. 15, the Miners took on preseason...

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Jose Martinez, president of SHEP/MAES, junior mechanical engineering major.

Registered student organizations to participate in centennial celebrations

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter January 21, 2014

Registered student organizations are preparing for a busy schedule of traditional and new events with a centennial spin. According to Catie McCorry Andalis, associate vice president of Student Life, a myriad of campus organizations will take part in...

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Juniors Martin Simonsen and Jacob Loya will likely make the five man squad for the Arizona Intercollegiate, which takes .place Jan. 27-28.

Arizona Intercollegiate opens spring season

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter January 21, 2014

With the second half of the season approaching, the UTEP men’s golf team is preparing for the Arizona Intercollegiate tournament to be held Jan. 27 and 28 in Tucson, Ariz. This is the first year the tournament will be held at the Sewailo Golf Club....

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UTEP upends Golden Hurricane 97-66

UTEP upends Golden Hurricane 97-66

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter January 11, 2014

Four different Miners had double digits as the UTEP women’s basketball team cruised past the Tulsa Golden Hurricane 97-66 at the Don Haskins Center. The big story was not the romping UTEP put on Tulsa, but the 22 points and record tying 20 rebounds...

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Centennial begins with kickoff celebration at basketball game

Centennial begins with kickoff celebration at basketball game

Amanda Guillen, Staff reporter January 9, 2014

Centennial year kicked off today when students took part in a birthday celebration before a basketball game against the Charlotte 49ers. An email was sent out to students regarding the Centennial kickoff celebration. Director of Marketing and...

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UTEP womens basketball finish year with victory over Tigers

UTEP women’s basketball finish year with victory over Tigers

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter December 29, 2013

For a while it wasn’t the way they drew it up, but in the end the Miners and their full-court trap proved to be too much to handle for the Texas Southern Tigers. The Miners now 11-1 surged in the second half to defeat the Tigers 81-54. “We were...

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Washburn leads UTEP past Montana State 70-55

Washburn leads UTEP past Montana State 70-55

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter December 23, 2013

The Miners won their third straight game Monday night by defeating the Montana State Wildcats 70-55. Once again, the Miners did it with defense and holding their opponent to a low shooting percentage, 34.5 percent. Junior guard/forward Julian...

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New Orleans stuns UTEP with its first road win in two years

New Orleans stuns UTEP with its first road win in two years

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter December 17, 2013

The UTEP Miners, who came in tonight with a 5-4 record, were stunned by the New Orleans Privateers at the Don Haskins Center, 71-69. Junior forward Cedric Lang missed a put-back layup to send the game into overtime, after Jalen Ragland missed a...

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Aiming for 7-0 start against Aggies

Aiming for 7-0 start against Aggies

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter December 3, 2013

After a 6-0 start, the women’s basketball team will now travel to Las Cruces, N.M. on Dec. 3 for the rematch against their rivals, the New Mexico State Aggies. In the first outing between the Miners and the Aggies, the Miners had four players score...

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Xitlati Herrera was part of the UTEP team for three years. She has also played for the Mexican national team.

Xitlali Herrera concludes her run as a Miner

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter December 3, 2013

Senior middle blocker Xitlali Herrera has concluded her collegiate career in the U.S., after three years of playing for the Miners. While at UTEP, Herrera was a member of the Mexico’s national team and she also earned All-Conference USA in 2011, 2012...

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UTEP finished its first season under new head coach Holly Watts 14-14, 7-7 in Conference USA.

A learning experience in the first year under Watts

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter December 3, 2013

The first season of volleyball under new head coach Holly Watts ended with a 14-14 record for the Miners. The new era of UTEP volleyball finished in the first round of the Conference USA Championships after a ninth-place finish in conference. Watts...

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The Miners have began their 2013-14 season with six straight victories and have won those games with a 29-point margin average

UTEP beats Texas State for third-best start in school history

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter November 30, 2013

  Senior forward Kayla Thornton led the UTEP women's basketball team with 17 points and nine rebounds to take down the Texas State Bobcats 73-60. UTEP led by 18 at the half, but the Bobcats who came into the game riding a four-game losing streak,...

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Miners use big second half to top Bears

Miners use big second half to top Bears

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter November 27, 2013

  Despite trailing Northern Colorado 24-21 and being outrebounded by the Bears 31-10 at the half, the Miners used a big second half to defeat the Bears 63-40. The last time the Miners trailed at halftime was March 14 last season in the Conference...

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Students react to UT’s ‘Catch an Illegal Immigrant’ game

Students react to UT’s ‘Catch an Illegal Immigrant’ game

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter November 26, 2013

What started as a game to spark conversation about illegal immigration led to countless heated discussions and debate across the country. UTEP students and faculty have chimed into the conversation. The Young Conservatives of Texas, a registered student...

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Womens basketball take down Lumberjacks for biggest win in school history

Women’s basketball take down Lumberjacks for biggest win in school history

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter November 22, 2013

The UTEP women’s basketball team made history tonight as they defeated the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks 92-43, the 49-point win is the largest margin of victory in school history against another Division I team, surpassing a 46-point win over Texas...

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UTEP defeated East Carolina in three straight sets on Nov. 17, Xitlali Herrera is one of the seniors on the team.

UTEP to take on Southern Miss in C-USA Tournament

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter November 19, 2013

It was a whirl of emotions in Memorial Gym when the UTEP Volleyball team swept the East Carolina Pirates 3-0 (30-28, 25-20, 25-23) in their season finale along with celebrating its five seniors in their final regular season as Miners. The team is now...

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Albert Reaux, freshman criminal justice major, does squats.

Rec center voted best gym in EP, some disagree

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter November 19, 2013

In this year’s survey for the Prospector’s Pick Awards, students chose the Student Recreation Center as the No. 1 best gym in El Paso, but this new and improved facility isn’t something that all students take advantage of. Each semester, students...

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Miners top the West Alabama Tigers 67-46

Miners top the West Alabama Tigers 67-46

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter November 17, 2013

After a less than encouraging effort against rival New Mexico State Aggies, the UTEP men's basketball team came out in their Battle 4 Atlantis home game and defeated Division II opponent West Alabama 67-46. The Miners had four players in double figures....

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UTEP Police officers talk to eye-witnesses on the scene.  Sitting in the center is sophomore volleyball player Madison Morris.

Foreign exchange student hit by automobile at Miner Village

Amanda Guillen and Kristopher Rivera November 15, 2013

A freshman exchange student was hit by a vehicle on the southwest side of Miner Village on Friday afternoon. The victim was identified by a group of friends as Achim Schweighofer from Austria. Patrick Heinsch, a freshman exchange student from Germany,...

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Miners crush rivals New Mexico State 94-69

Miners crush rivals New Mexico State 94-69

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter November 12, 2013

  After a disappointing defensive effort by the UTEP women’s basketball team, the Miners stormed to a 24-8 run in the second half and easily defeated the New Mexico State Aggies 94-69. The Miners were led in scoring by El Pasoans senior...

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Senior Kayla Thornton with a layup against the Texas Permain Basin Falcons. She contributed with nine points in the season opener.

Miners face Aggies for first real test of season

Luis Barrio, Contributor November 12, 2013

The next chapter in the Battle of I-10 for UTEP’s women’s basketball takes place on Nov. 12 at the Don Haskins Center. The Miners will collide with the New Mexico State Aggies, which will give fans a good understanding of where both teams stand...

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Claudia Boyd in a classroom at the Liberal Arts building.

Campus prepares for World Diabetes Day, disease rampant in EP

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter November 12, 2013

Claudia Boyd is always on the move as a full-time communication graduate student, teaching assistant, mother and wife. You would never guess that she is one of 21 million Americans who suffer from diabetes. According to diabetes.org, each day approximately...

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Students writing 50k-word novel in 30 days for national competition

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter November 12, 2013

To 514 El Pasoans, completing a 50,000-word novel in 30 days is a daunting, but achievable task. November is National Novel Writing Month and a national nonprofit organization called NaNoWriMo is helping aspiring novelists achieve a finished tangible...

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Sophomore Anthony Rotich conquered his second consecutive conference title on Nov. 5.

Rotich leads Miners to regional qualifiers

Luis Barrio, Contributor November 12, 2013

The UTEP cross-country team is preparing for the NCAA Mountain Region Finals on Nov. 15 in Ogden, Utah. The Miners were edged by Rice by one point and landed in fourth place at the Conference USA Championships on Nov. 5. Tulsa finished on the top spot...

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Miners cruise past Texas Permian Basin

Miners cruise past Texas Permian Basin

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter November 8, 2013

UTEP women’s basketball came out a little rusty at the beginning with some unforced turnovers, but cleaned it up defensively and never looked back and crushed the Texas-Permian Basin Falcons 75-58. Led by junior guard Chrishauna Parker who came off...

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The Latina Dance Project wil offer a workshop open to public at 7 p.m. on Nov. 8-9 at the Fox Fine Arts room A452.

‘Slumber of Reasons’ casts the spotlight on social issues

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter November 5, 2013

The Latina Dance Project will be at UTEP to conduct a workshop for any students, faculty and staff who are interested in multidisciplinary projects. The project titled Latinos Over the Top Collaborative Arts will be held Nov. 8 and 9. The company will...

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The Don Haskins Center got a make over and a new floor and design that will be used for the 2013-14 season and the 2014 Conference USA Basketball Championships in March.

Don Haskins gets new floor and design

Luis Barrio, Contributor November 5, 2013

After 25 years, the Don Haskins Center has a new floor for the 2013-14 basketball season as well as for the 2014 Conference USA Basketball Tournament. UTEP joins the list of schools that have changed the layout of their basketball floor such as Nebraska,...

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Junior guard Cameasha Turner drives the ball to the rim on the Women’s basketball exhibition game on Nov. 2 against St. Mary’s(TX).

Back in the hunt for title

Luis Barrio, Contributor November 5, 2013

After a 22-10 season last year, the UTEP women’s basketball team is looking to come back and fight once again for the title in Conference USA. The Miners return four of their starters from last season, including two key players that are back from...

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College Republicans, county GOP join forces

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter November 5, 2013

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 for the county’s...

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Union Services hosted the annual Halloween costume contest today at noon.

Halloween costume contest held at the Union

Javier Cortez and Amanda Guillen October 31, 2013

Today, UTEP Union Programs hosted their annual Halloween costume contest at the Union Plaza stage. For some the Halloween costume competition took precedence over going to class. Junior mechanical engineering major Italia Valles, who dressed up...

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Smithsonian collaborates for Día De Los Muertos online exhibit

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter October 29, 2013

The Smithsonian Latino Center has partnered with UTEP to create a Día de los Muertos-themed online exhibit and will celebrate the collaboration on Nov. 1. The center will be using the Smithsonian Latino Virtual Museum to create an avatar-based 3-D...

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Simonsen leads Miners to fifth place finish at UTEP Invitational

Simonsen leads Miners to fifth place finish at UTEP Invitational

Luis Barrio, Contributor October 29, 2013

It was a bit of a bittersweet ending for the team as they finished fifth out of 15 teams. The New Mexico State Aggies were crowned as champions of the tournament ahead of Colorado, San Jose State, Kansas State and UTEP. “I think we did make some...

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East El Paso Menchie’s location featured in CBS ‘Undercover Boss’ episode

East El Paso Menchie’s location featured in CBS ‘Undercover Boss’ episode

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter October 26, 2013

On October 25th CBS aired an “Undercover Boss” episode that focused on the yogurt chain Menchies. The episode featured the East side Menchies location here in El Paso, which is located on 1355 George Dieter. CEO and co-owner of Menchies Amit Kleinberger...

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Abuse at parking garage causes complaints

Amanda Guillen, Reporter October 22, 2013

Individuals using the visitors’ areas of campus garages as free parking are causing upset for staff and students. Faculty, students, staff and visitors are all allowed to park in a specific section of the Sun Bowl garage, which is located next to the...

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Crime worries students around campus

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter October 15, 2013

Three incidents, including robbery and assault, recently occurred on or near campus within a month’s time span, which has led to safety concerns among students.. At approximately 4:30 p.m. on Sept. 23, a student was walking by Mundy Park, located...

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Amanda Guillen, staff reporter

Sexual assault on campuses cannot be ignored

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter October 15, 2013

Given that El Paso is considered the safest city in the country by the 2013 Press Ratings from FBI Uniform Crime Reporting, many UTEP students feel very safe when walking around campus. Although many crimes and incidents that require police services...

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Senior midfielder Tori Martyn dribbles and attempt to elude two Utah State defenders on Aug. 30 at University Field

Finding success on the field and in the classroom

Luis Barrio, Contributor October 8, 2013

A native of St. Albert, Alberta, Canada, senior midfielder Tori Martyn is in the final season of her soccer career at UTEP. Martyn’s perspective is simple–this season for her is about playing well and soaking it all in. “Trying to hold onto...

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Defensive lineman and UTEP student Isaac Tauaefa wows the judges of the X-Factor

Former football player a finalist on X Factor

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter October 8, 2013

UTEP senior media advertising major Isaac Tauaefa is making his mark on this season of Fox’s hit talent competition The X Factor. Tauaefa also played football for the Miners for two seasons before suffering a knee injury. “Playing football in front...

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Freshman pre-engineering major Robert Portillo is one of many students that have opted to ride their bicycles in order to efficiently get around campus construction.

Students say more bike lanes needed around campus

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter October 8, 2013

Bike lanes have been added to El Paso’s streets in recent years. This has led to the presence of more bike riders around the city. Although more bike lanes have been added, bike riders say there is still need for more, especially around UTEP and surrounding...

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Campus brings Disney homecoming theme

Campus brings Disney homecoming theme

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter October 1, 2013

Disney characters will roam the campus this week in honor of this year’s homecoming theme–Minerland. Students will be able to participate in Disney-themed events and activities during homecoming week from Sept. 29 to Oct. 5. Sam Rodriguez, Student...

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Distinguished Alumni, Gold Nuggets awards to stall for centennial year

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter October 1, 2013

This year’s Distinguished Alumni and Gold Nuggets will be the last selected for the next two years. Next year, in honor of the university’s centennial, the Alumni Association and the university will host a reunion of all past nominees. The traditional...

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UTEP senior Isaac Tauaefa has made it through the first round of competition on the X Factor. He is a former UTEP football player who played defensive line.

Former UTEP football player competes on the XFactor

Amanda Guillen, Staff reporter September 26, 2013

UTEP senior Isaac Tauaefa has made it through the first round of competition on the X Factor. The media advertising and communications major auditioned back on May 14 and the episode aired Wednesday night on Fox. Tauaefa sang James Morrison’s...

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veronica enriquez/the prospector 
 UTEP commemorated the 100-day countdown to 2014 by unveiling the new Welcome Center on Mon. Sept 23 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. that took place on the Cnetennial Museum’s front lawn.

Countdown to 2014 begins with kick-off event

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter September 24, 2013

The university opened a new Welcome Center and hosted a centennial kick-off party Sept. 23 on the front lawn of the Centennial Museum to commemorate the 100-day countdown to 2014. Students, faculty and staff were invited to attend the event and free...

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Senior midlfielder Gina Soto dribbles her way to the UC Riverside penalty box on Sept. 6 at University Field.

Mental strength the key for success for Gina Soto

Luis Barrio, Contributor September 24, 2013

Gina Soto, senior midfielder, said that she takes after her father when it comes to spontaneity. But when it comes to soccer and her ambition to improve, she sticks to the same concepts, patience and attention to detail like her mother. Acknowledging...

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The Sun Bowl opened its doors on Sept. 21, 1963.

Sun Bowl celebrates 50th birthday

Luis Barrio, Contributor September 20, 2013

UTEP will host the Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners on the 50th birthday of the Sun Bowl stadium. The stadium hosts one the nation’s longest running bowl games in college football. It’s a place that screams home-field advantage being situated in a...

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President Diana Natalicio delivers a speech on the upcoming centennial year at the UGLC.

Natalicio delivers speech on upcoming countdown to centennial

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter September 19, 2013

President Diana Natalicio spoke Thursday at the Undergraduate Learning Center patio to discuss the upcoming centennial year and the festivities that are to follow. Guests at the event got a sneak peak of the Welcome Center, presented by Maribel Villalva,...

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Graduate school reps from around the U.S. to visit UTEP for fair

Amanda Guillen, Staff reporter September 18, 2013

Students interested in graduate school will have the chance to speak to representatives at the Graduate and Professional Schools fair hosted by the University Career Center. The fair will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 2 at the third floor of Union...

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Visión México helps Mexican and other international students find a career in their home country.

Students find job opportunities in Mexico through campus organization

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter September 17, 2013

Students of Mexican nationality are being guided through the job-hunt process with the help of a student organization, Visión México. David Garcia, co-founder and president, said that the organization helps students who are losing networking opportunities...

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The 9/11 exhibit will feature the front pages of The Prospector from Sept. 12 and Sept. 19, 2001.

Exhibit to open at Union Gallery in honor of 9/11 anniversary

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter September 10, 2013

The Union Gallery in the Union Building East will launch an exhibit in memoriam of the 12th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001. Event Services Coordinator Alexandra Garcia said that the Union Gallery is glad to have an event like this at the university. “This...

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Miners open UTEP Invitational with win over Southern and loss to Oral Roberts

Miners open UTEP Invitational with win over Southern and loss to Oral Roberts

Luis Barrio, Contributor September 6, 2013

Coming off a tough season opening schedule versus the reigning National Champions, Texas Longhorns, and powerhouse programs San Diego and Hawaii, the Miners began their season home debut against Southern and won in straight sets (25-17, 25-22, 25-16). “It...

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Miner Maniacs

[Photo] Miner Maniacs hold kick-off party

Amanda Guiilen, Staff Reporter September 5, 2013

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Students cheering on the Miners at a mens basketball game.

Miner Maniac’s participation on the rise

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter September 5, 2013

UTEP’s student fan group, Miner Maniacs, had close to 500 students sign up during the Welcome Back Week, held Aug. 26-28. In May, the group had 550 students signed up. As a member of this group, students receive free tickets to all athletic events,...

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Five different students participated in the teams’ tryouts on Aug. 30 at Kidd Field.

UTEP cross country preparing for a new season

Luis Barrio, Contributor September 3, 2013

The UTEP cross country team is about to open their season, and the coaching staff held tryouts for the team on Aug. 30 seeking to build a more competitive team. Led by head coach Paul Ereng, gold medalist at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, the cross...

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Minerpalooza relocates due to construction

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter September 3, 2013

The university’s biggest pep rally of the year, Minerpalooza, being held at 6 p.m. Sept. 6, will be relocated to the P-9 parking lot North of the Sun Bowl stadium due to campus construction. Although the location will be different from years past,...

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The centennial museum where the incident occurred in the restroom.

Campus museum prepares visitor’s center for centennial

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter September 3, 2013

A visitor’s center at the Centennial Museum is scheduled to open Sept. 23, in honor of the 100-day countdown to 2014, the beginning of the celebration of UTEP’s 100-year anniversary. In addition to being a visitors’ one-stop shop for information...

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Senior electrical engineering major Edith Mejia glances through the Women’s Studies website although the degree is not yet available to students.

Women’s Studies Major Approved

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter August 27, 2013

Women’s and gender studies is now on the list of 71 majors students can choose from. The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board approved UTEP’s request of offering a Bachelor of Arts in Women’s and Gender Studies on July 31 after noting it’s...

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Laboratory Uses Innovative 3D-Printing Method to Aid in Health

Amanda Guillen, Staff Reporter August 27, 2013

Advances in 3D-printing technology at UTEP have led to innovations in health, according to university specialists. Mahesh Tonde, project analyst for the W.M. Keck Center for 3D Innovation, said printing technology helps with organ implants that...

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UTEP Volleyball Set for New Challenge

UTEP Volleyball Set for New Challenge

Luis Barrio, Contributor August 27, 2013

UTEP volleyball is set to open their 2013 campaign facing three of the best teams in the nation at the 2013 Chevron Rainbow Wahine Invitational from Aug. 30 to Sept. 1 in Honolulu, Hawaii. The team is led by two first team All-Conference USA selections...

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