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Eduardo Ibarra

Eduardo Ibarra, Contributor/Photographer

Eduardo Ibarra is a senior at The University of Texas at El Paso expected to graduate in fall of 2024. He is a contributor at The Prospector. His major is multimedia journalism with a minor in film studies. He would like to dedicate my life as a photojournalist and multimedia journalist either working in a newspaper or a major news station. He would also pursue to earn a MFA in Photography at UNM so he can teach photography and film studies at university level. It is his dream job along working with Reuters as a photojournalist in Spain, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and New Zealand.

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In order to qualify for the paydirt program, you must be a Texas resident and have completed a FASFA by March 15.

[Photo] UTEP continues to prove they are one of the most affordable colleges in Texas

February 7, 2024

In order to qualify for the paydirt program, you must be a Texas resident and have completed a FASFA by March 15.

The “Minding Minds” is a monument located at the entrance of UTEP, installed in 2010.

[Photo] UTEP Foster Homeless program ensures success for students

January 19, 2024

The “Minding Minds” is a monument located at the entrance of UTEP, installed in 2010.

A mother helps her son to fill an application for the library member card.

[Photo] Summertime pastime in the library

July 12, 2023

A mother helps her son to fill an application for the library member card.

Wyler Aerial Tramway established in 1959 by media mogul Karl O. Wyler served as gateway to capture a panoramic view of El Paso, Cd Juarez, and Southern New Mexico from 1960 to 1986 when it was closed to the public.

[Photo] ‘The Land That Shaped Us:’ an artistic exhibit

June 28, 2023

Wyler Aerial Tramway established in 1959 by media mogul Karl O. Wyler served as gateway to capture a panoramic view of El Paso, Cd Juarez, and Southern New Mexico from 1960 to 1986 when it was closed to the public.

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