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Hugo Hinojosa

Hugo Hinojosa, Designer

Hugo Hinojosa is the graphic designer at The Prospector. He is a senior majoring in digital media production with a minor in film. Previously, he was a photo editor and a staff photographer for The Prospector. Hugo currently works as a freelance photographer in both El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. Hugo completed his first internship with the El Paso Times on January 2022. He is now graduating in May, and expects to pursue a career in photography, graphic and editorial design, advertising or management.

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The International Student Guide: Prepare for success with the University Career Center

The International Student Guide: Prepare for success with the University Career Center

Hugo Hinojosa, Designer July 1, 2022

Editor’s note: This is the last of a three-part series on how to make the most out of the services UTEP has to offer whilst being an international student.  You might have heard about the University Career Center during orientation. You might have...

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The International Student Guide: How to find a job on and off campus with Job Mine

The International Student Guide: How to find a job on and off campus with Job Mine

Hugo Hinojosa, Designer June 30, 2022

Editor’s note: This is the second of a three-part series on how to make the most out of the services UTEP has to offer whilst being an international student.  There is nothing more intimidating than the quest of job hunting. Building yourself up...

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The International Student Guide: How to enhance your UTEP experience with OIP

The International Student Guide: How to enhance your UTEP experience with OIP

Hugo Hinojosa, Designer June 30, 2022

Editor’s note: This is the first of a three-part series on how to make the most out of the services UTEP has to offer whilst being an international student.    If you are a first-year international student: congratulations, you are officially...

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Monica Enriquez posing during her graduation photoshoot, May 2021.

Lights, camera, graduation! Get ready for your photoshoot

Hugo Hinojosa, Designer May 5, 2022

It is that time of the year when confetti becomes part of UTEP’s flora, and seniors congregate in front of The Lhakhang temple. Graduation has arrived. Whether you are a first-year student dreaming of commencement or a senior rushing through finals,...

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Thank you, next

Thank you, next

Hugo Hinojosa, Designer May 4, 2022

My name is Hugo Hinojosa, and I am your layout editor for this newspaper– which means that, if you have been reading The Prospector for the past year, you are familiar with my work. I also happen to be a senior student about to graduate – which means...

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Drag Queen Rosita Thorne at her home, Tuesday, March 29. The Prospector sat down with her to talk about the process and inspiration for creating her costumes.

[Photo] Behind the look with drag queen Rosita Thorne

April 5, 2022

Drag Queen Rosita Thorne at her home, Tuesday, March 29. The Prospector sat down with her to talk about the process and inspiration for creating her costumes.

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Border commuters await long hours to cross to Ciudad Juarez, Feb. 13, 2022.

Why the wait time to cross to Juarez is inhumane

Hugo Hinojosa, Designer February 18, 2022

If you are a fellow border commuter, you probably know the pain of crossing from Ciudad Juarez to El Paso every day. Unless you possess the privilege of owning a SENTRI card, and the tag for the express line, you are left to the will of destiny to cross...

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Mexican figure skater Donovan Carrillo. Photo courtesy of Unomasuno website.

First Mexican figure skater in 30 years competes at Olympics

Hugo Hinojosa, Designer February 16, 2022

Donovan Carrillo made history Tuesday, Feb. 8, for becoming the first Mexican figure skater in 30 years to compete in the Winter Olympics.   “Dreams do come true,” he said following his debut at the men’s short program competition.  The...

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COVID-19 booster shots have started to be given out around the El Paso area for people 65 and older and people with underlying health conditions.
Graphic by: Hugo Hinojosa

[Photo] CDC recommends COVID-19 booster shot

October 7, 2021

COVID-19 booster shots have started to be given out around the El Paso area for people 65 and older and people with underlying health conditions. Graphic by: Hugo Hinojosa

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[Photo] Students react to UTEP’s plan for in-person classes in the fall

April 25, 2021

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Graphic by Hugo Hinojosa.

[Photo] UTEP faculty discuss rise in anti-Asian hate crimes

April 17, 2021

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[Photo] UTEP SELC assists students and faculty struggling with mental health

April 16, 2021

Graphic by Hugo Hinojosa

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Multiple  people  are  being  vaccinated  every  day  with  the  help  of  student  volunteers at UTEP’s Interdisciplinary Research Building.

[Photo] UTEP expands vaccination program to student and staff household members

April 6, 2021

Multiple people are being vaccinated every day with the help of student volunteers at UTEP’s Interdisciplinary Research Building.

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When it comes to childbirth, the stakes are much higher; being in labor is a perilous enough feat on its own, but adding the risk of contagion further compromises the mother’s health, affecting the well-being of the newborn as well.

[Photo] Midwives: Home births, complications have increased amid pandemic

November 9, 2020

When it comes to childbirth, the stakes are much higher; being in labor is a perilous enough feat on its own, but adding the risk of contagion further compromises the mother’s health, affecting the well-being of the newborn as well.

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The Center for Space Exploration and Technology Research (cSETR) is a NASA funded center of excellence in aerospace and exploration.

[Photo] UTEP’s Center for Space Exploration and Technology Research provides opportunities

October 21, 2020

The Center for Space Exploration and Technology Research (cSETR) is a NASA funded center of excellence in aerospace and exploration.

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Lanscape view before El Paso Locomotives game at the Southwest University Park, Saturday, Sept. 19.

[Photo] El Paso Locomotive gain fifth win in a row, extend unbeaten streak to 8 games

September 20, 2020

Lanscape view before El Paso Locomotives game at the Southwest University Park, Saturday, Sept. 19.

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Bryan Mena is a political science student at the University of Texas at El Paso. He is The Prospectors new editor-in-chief.

[Photo] Meet Bryan Mena, The Prospector’s new editor

August 24, 2020

Bryan Mena is a political science student at the University of Texas at El Paso. He is The Prospector's new editor-in-chief.

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Apart from student athletes, coronavirus testing is not required for UTEP employees and students, but highly recommended to help limit the spread of the virus within the University.

[Photo] UTEP reports less than one percent positivity rate of COVID before fall semester

August 24, 2020

Apart from student athletes, coronavirus testing is not required for UTEP employees and students, but highly recommended to help limit the spread of the virus within the University.

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IN REVIEW: Netflix’s ‘The Midnight Gospel’, an animated anthology of life-changing lessons

IN REVIEW: Netflix’s ‘The Midnight Gospel’, an animated anthology of life-changing lessons

Hugo Hinojosa, Contributer June 1, 2020

Once you let your mind take in the first episodes, "The Midnight Gospel" quickly becomes a phenomenal source of mindfulness and wisdom.    Netflix's ability to take risks and speak out on difficult topics has enabled them to deliver high-quality...

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Steven Universe is an American animated television series created by Rebecca Sugar for Cartoon Network.

IN REVIEW: ‘Steven Universe Future’ is an outstanding series about making peace with being human

Hugo Hinojosa, Photographer April 18, 2020

The Cartoon Network series “Steven Universe Future” came to an end with its final episode that aired on Mach 27, and with it, the outstanding series finally finds closure.   The final episode of season five ‘Change Your Mind’ aired...

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UTEP students can tell how they’re handling work or school from home by sending their pitch to ProspectorGallery@gmail.com

[Photo] Opinion: Essential habits for working from home

March 30, 2020

UTEP students can tell how they’re handling work or school from home by sending their pitch to [email protected]

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Portrait of children walking aside the Rio Grande River, near the El Paso dam, while waiting for their parents to finish fishing. Tuesday, April 11, 2017

I Photographed Juárez for National Geographic

Hugo Hinojosa, Contributor November 14, 2018

Editor’s Note: 

The National Geographic Photo Camp it’s a five-day workshop that teaches young people to tell their own stories through photography. Since 2003, National Geographic has completed 74 Photo Camps, with over 2,500 students from...

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Portrait of children having a small conversation with my teammates. Tuesday, April 11, 2017

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Portrait of children having a small conversation with my teammates. Tuesday, April 11, 2017

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Group portrait of Mexican children swimming in the Rio Grande River on a Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday, April 11, 2017.

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Group portrait of Mexican children swimming in the Rio Grande River on a Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday, April 11, 2017.

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