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Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Angelica Gutierrez

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor/Reporter

Angelica Gutierrez is a sophomore at the University of Texas at El Paso majoring in digital media production and minoring in film. She is a contributor for The Prospector. She wants to integrate into the film industry as a writer and director.

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Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso, along with other universities, were called out on Oct. 26 by PETA as they exposed a mass killing spree of animals.

PETA and their continuous issue: Is there a safe space left for animals?

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor/Reporter November 7, 2023

Recent revelations sparked outrage and concern as People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) exposed a mass killing spree of animals, Oct. 26 in universities, including here at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso, during the COVID-19...

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Goalkeeper Angelina Amparano kicks the ball towards UTEP players.

[Photo] UTEP soccer’s final home game ends in heartbreaking fashion to Liberty University

Nicholas Maes, Contributor/Reporter October 17, 2023

Midfielder Olivia Roskos attempts to advance the ball during match.

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Folklorico groups performed several dances during the Louisiana Tech football game Oct. 1.

Vibrant Traditions: Exploring Hispanic Heritage in the U.S.

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor/Reporter October 12, 2023

From cultural celebrations and traditions to lifestyle and community, the Sun City is the epicenter of Hispanic culture. According to U.S. Census, 82.9 percent of the El Paso population is Hispanic. Which is why the city is well known for its Latino heritage.   Hispanic...

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Greg Gonzalez, lead singer of Cigarettes After Sex which are set to perform Oct. 11 at the Don Haskins Center. Photo courtesy of Unai Arnaz Imaz

A melodic fiesta: Artists touring EP

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor/Reporter September 28, 2023

El Paso is no stranger to the rhythm and beat of music, and 2023 promises to be a spectacular year for music enthusiasts as a variety of artists from different genres grace the city with their presence.   The Sun City’s music scene is incredibly...

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Students utilizing note taking through Glean app.

Glean: Independence and ease for students

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor/Reporter September 7, 2023

The Center for Accommodations and Support Services (CASS) is always on the lookout for students' needs as a matter of academic excellence. Therefore, the Glean app is now part of their solutions catalog.   Note taking apps can provide several benefits...

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The UTEP bookstore carries all required and recommended materials by the professor.

The war for words: UTEP bookstore or Amazon?

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor/Reporter September 5, 2023

The debate on buying books at UTEP’s bookstore or on online stores like Amazon is constantly discussed among the student community. Both options have their benefits, but where should students buy next time?  Shopping from the bookstore can offer...

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UTEP Athletics announced its new partnership with Spry June 28 for better communication and relationships between coaches, administrators, and athletes. Logo courtesy from Spry

Transforming UTEP Athletics through Spry

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor/Reporter July 14, 2023

UTEP Athletics announced its new partnership with Spry June 28 for better communication and relationship between coaches, administrators and athletes.  "We are thrilled to embark on this transformative partnership with Spry, as we strive to improve...

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During the 1990s, Wyler Aerial Tramway went to series renovation it became a Texas State Park in 1997 and was open to the public in 2001 before it closed again in September 2018.

‘The Land That Shaped Us:’ an artistic exhibit

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor June 28, 2023

From June 3 to June 23, the International Museum of Art opened an art exhibition in celebration of 100 years of Texas state parks. It included photographs and history information about Texas States Parks. “The Land That Shaped Us: Stories at Texas State...

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Film is one of the most competitive industries to be a part of, primarily due to the large number of applicants. Photo courtesy of Flickr

An insight on the competitive film industry

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor May 17, 2023

Graduation season is over, and many students start wondering and planning on what to do after they get their bachelor’s degree. UTEP is full of students with big dreams. Some had found a way to accomplish them, but others need a little help to get there.  One...

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From left to right: Christian Campos, Brianna Iberty Trevino, Carlos Castanon, Ian Valdez, Ashley Delgado

UTEP’s newest top ten seniors

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor May 12, 2023

Graduation symbolizes the end of a journey and the accomplishment of a goal. Routines were often established. Students tried their best to get a degree, but some went the extra mile. That’s the case for the 2023 Top 10 Seniors, students who demonstrated...

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Faina Lushtak performed some of classical piano world’s most favored works at UTEP.

Faina Lushtak played the piano in an effortless way at UTEP

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor April 17, 2023

The New York Times featured Russian Pianist, Faina Lushtak, performed some melodies that delight the ears of the audience, April 16 at the Fox Fine Arts Recital Hall. The program consisted of 17 encores including “12 Spanish Dances” by Enrique Granados,...

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TikTok’s CEO Shou Zi Chew attended a five-hour hearing with the U.S. Congress regarding online data and privacy concerns. Photo courtesy of Pixabay

TikTok, a controversial platform

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor April 12, 2023

TikTok is a social media platform where users can create and share short videos from 15 seconds to 10 minutes. The app has become very popular worldwide, especially among young people. However, it has faced controversy, mainly regarding privacy concerns...

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Milan is widely considered to be one of the fashion capitals of the world, alongside Paris, London, and New York City. Photo courtesy of Flickr/Ralf Steinberger

Milan’s way into fashion

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor April 12, 2023

Editor’s Note: Those who were interviewed would prefer to only be referred to by first name.  Fashion has been an important aspect of human culture for thousands of years and its history is rich and fascinating. Fashion is a way of expressing oneself...

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Milky Chance, a German folk/rock band, will be performing at the Abraham Chavez Theatre July 31. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia Commons

Music coming to the Sun City

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor March 29, 2023

When artists come to El Paso to perform it allows them to reach a larger audience since the city is located on the U.S. border and is accessible to more people.  El Paso is home to many communities and there is a lot of diversity when it comes to music...

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Artist Jacki Downing, a graphic design student, painted Frida Kahlo on a guitar.

An exhibition to raise awareness

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor March 22, 2023

The opening of the Women’s History Month art gallery took place Monday, March 6 at UTEP’s Union Gallery, featuring both local and UTEP artists. The event started at 6 p.m. and hosted by the Women’s and Gender Studies Program who invited musicians...

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The ADA Advisory Commitee holds meetings monthly, with this one taking place on Feb. 8.

ADAA works on equal opportunities at UTEP

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor February 24, 2023

On Wednesday Feb. 8, the ADA Advisory Committee (ADAAA) held a public meeting where members discussed and talked through different issues and worries around campus related to accessibility. The assembly took place in the campus Union East building, Andesite...

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UTEP’s Centennial Museum opened its new exhibit, “Building the Borderlands.”

UTEP’s alumni leave a mark on El Paso

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor February 19, 2023

On Thursday Feb. 16, the Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens hosted a panel discussion with Edward Drusina, Bradley Roe and Blanca Navarrete, all distinguished alumni from UTEP’s Civil Engineering Department, as part of “Building the Borderlands:...

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UTEP signed an agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory to expand research opportunities for the UTEP community. The laboratory will provide access to advanced research facilities and equipment for faculty and students. Photo courtesy JR Hernandez/UTEP Marketing and Communications

Brookhaven National Laboratory partnership brings research opportunities for UTEP

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor February 17, 2023

Jan. 23, UTEP signed an agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory to expand research opportunities for the UTEP community. Something UTEP is looking forward to with the new partnership is new internships and...

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The UTEP Student Engagement & Leadership Center, Multicultural Greek Council, and Black Student Union invited African American/Black identifying students to submit art with the theme “Resistance Through Black Joy.” Photo courtesy of the Office of Student Engagement and leadership Center

Black culture outlined by art at UTEP

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor January 25, 2023

Black History Month is just around the corner, and UTEP has been showing its support by announcing different events and activities such as “Call for Art,” an event hosted by the UTEP Student Engagement & Leadership Center, the Multicultural Greek...

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 As the end of the semester comes to an end, graduation season begins and there are many great gifts to celebrate such a big accomplishment.

Best gifts for future graduates

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor November 29, 2022

Graduation season is just getting started. Some students are relieved they are finally leaving, some are stressed because of final exams, and others are unsure of what to do after graduation.   However, many senior students are looking forward to...

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Some holiday movies include “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”, “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving”, “A Christmas Carol”, “Coco”, and “Wish Dragon.” Photo courtesy of Wikipedia Commons

Get festive with a good holiday movie

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor November 16, 2022

With the Christmas season approaching we know it is almost the end of the year. A lot of holidays have passed by already, but what should you watch next time these holidays come around?   Let us begin with Valentine’s Day, the season of love and...

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UTEP basketball guard Shamar Givance learned basketball from watching his dad and cousin play when he was young.

El Paso, a second home for UTEP basketball guard

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor November 1, 2022

UTEP basketball guard Shamar Givance, has been playing basketball since he was five years old. He is from Toronto, Canada, and has been away from home for six years.   He has been in the U.S. ever since his high school basketball career.   “I...

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UTEP Alumni association held a Haunted Campus tour Oct. 21 at Leech Grove. The tours started at 6p.m. and ran till 11p.m.

UTEP stays on track with its annual haunted campus tour

Angelica Gutierrez, Contributor October 27, 2022

UTEP holds haunted campus tours every year during Halloween season. This year was no exception, Oct. 21 at Leech Grove, people had the opportunity to attend this event. The tours were hosted by the Student Alumni Association and the tickets were $6 online...

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