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Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Dominique Macias

Dominique Macias, Contributor/Photographer

Dominique Macias is a junior majoring in media advertising minor in creative writing. She is a contributor at The Prospector. After graduation Dominique hopes to pursue a career in the media publishing world; as a photographer or writer.

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Contributing authors to “Migrant 915,” senior students Diego Trujillo, Kacie Lino and Briana Lopez.

[Photo] Students eyes, students lives: Life on the border

Sofia Sierra, Web Editor April 30, 2024

Contributing authors to “Migrant 915,” senior students Diego Trujillo, Kacie Lino and Briana Lopez.

Future sports journalist, Alan Tiscareno, discovered his passion for journalism after taking a class at El Paso Community College.

[Photo] Journalists of the Future: Writing their stories one word at a time

Alyda Muela, Contributor/Writer April 30, 2024

Journalism majors will graduate from the College of Liberal Arts on Saturday, May 11 at 1 p.m. in the Don Haskins Center.

Coachella is an annual music festival, that started in 1999. Photo courtesy of DeviantArt.

Buy the ticket, take the ride; but for Coachella?

Dominique Macias, Contributor/Photographer April 23, 2024

From the anticipation for the announcement of lineups, hype surrounding outfits and makeup, and social media posts that happen during Coachella weekend is an annual occurrence. Starting in 1999 and continuing annually, the power of music versus the status...

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Cindy Ramirez, editor and journalist for El Paso Matters, in action.

Be in the know & sit at the table

Dominique Macias, Contributor/Photographer April 23, 2024

Cindy Ramirez is a woman whose words run deep in the roots of El Paso, especially when the topic about women in journalism comes up. Ramirez, an El Paso native, journalist, and editor for El Paso Matters has fulfilled her duty in the borderland for over...

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Carrie Underwood returns to El Paso, after 16 years.

[Photo] El Paso wears Denim and Rhinestones

Adam Regalado, Multimedia Editor April 5, 2024

Carrie Underwood returns to El Paso, after 16 years.

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Summer concerts, raves and music festivals are on many people’s bucket list for this upcoming festival season.

[Photo] Fine tuning festival planning

Nicholas Maes, Sports Editor April 4, 2024

Summer concerts, raves and music festivals are on many people’s bucket list for this upcoming festival season.

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Goth is a style influenced by art, music and literature.

[Photo] BACK TO BLACK: The gothic resurrection

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Arts & Culture Editor April 2, 2024

Goth dances in a parking lot are more than an aesthetic; it is a lifestyle.

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“Siempre Selena” is the first thing you see walking into the El Paso Museum of Art; photographs by John Dyer, 1992.

[Photo] Selena the legend of Tejano music

Esteban Corona, Staff Reporter March 24, 2024

John Dyer’s 1995 photograph of Selena, in memory of her sensational bustier.

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Nana Bersa recently signed with Universal Music Publishing Mexico.

[Photo] The sweet sound of Nana Bersa

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Arts & Culture Editor March 22, 2024

Nana Bersa recently signed with Universal Music Publishing Mexico.

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Let Selena rest

Let Selena rest

Dominique Macias, Contributor/Photographer March 14, 2024

Every Hispanic, Latino and music lover remembers the day Selena Quintanilla Perez was murdered, by her close confidant and employee, Yolanda Saldivar. The legendary Tejano singer, Selena, passed away March 31, 1995. Time stood still that day, tears flooded...

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Texas Hart, in his natural habitat, playing his music.

[Photo] Music has no limit with Texas Hart

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Web Editor March 1, 2024

Texas Hart: half man, half guitar.

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Entrance of the El Paso Municipal Rose Garden, located on Aurora Ave.

[Photo] The Municipal Rose Garden is the place to have a blooming good time

Melissa Herrera, Contributor/Writer March 1, 2024

Entrance of the El Paso Municipal Rose Garden, located on Aurora Ave.

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The El Paso Zoo and the Botanical Gardens hosted the fifth Quit Bugging Me” event, this year on Valentine’s Day.

[Photo] Bugs: The perfect cure for heartbreak

Melissa Herrera, Contributor/Writer February 20, 2024

The El Paso Zoo and the Botanical Gardens hosted the fifth "Quit Bugging Me” event, this year on Valentine’s Day.

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La madrina glorification

La madrina glorification

Dominique Macias, Contributor/Photographer February 20, 2024

Griselda Blanco dominated Miami's economy and society in Florida, from the late 1970s to early 80s. She was called the “Godmother” and “Black Widow.” She is often referred to as the “only man” Pedro Escobar was afraid of. Netflix recently...

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Mario Otero: half man, half music.

[Photo] La Frontera presents Aquiles Moon

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Web/Copy Editor February 15, 2024

Mario Otero: half man, half music.

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A bear is a gift that is often associated with Valentine’s Day.

[Photo] Love in a creative budget friendly way

Marco Hinojosa, Audience and Engagement Editor February 15, 2024

A bear is a gift that is often associated with Valentine’s Day.

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The mastermind behind the exotic clothing; designer and owner of Hex by Lex, Alexis Simone.

[Photo] Clear the runway for Hex by Lex’s new fashion wave

Marco Hinojosa, Audience and Engagment Editor February 1, 2024

If looks could kill, Jules, Hex by Lex model, would be the doer.

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Aneley Queen, a book full of heads; a necessity when you’re an English major.

[Photo] Whether near or far, writers adore El Paso

Sofia Sierra, Staff Reporter January 23, 2024

Aneley Queen, a book full of heads; a necessity when you’re an English major.

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Alan Barragan, an UTEP supporter, representing as a waiter at local cafe.

[Photo] Here’s a tip: tip your servers

Adam Regalado, Multimedia Editor January 19, 2024

Alan Barragan, an UTEP supporter, representing as a waiter at local cafe.

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