Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Iziah Moreno

Iziah Moreno, Photo Editor

Iziah Moreno is the photo editor for The Prospector. He is a freshman majoring in multimedia journalism with a minor in marketing. After graduation, he hopes to work in the world of photojournalism and media.

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Erik graduated on May 11 with a bachelors in multimedia journalism.

[Photo] It’s time to go (Erik’s Version)

Erik Acosta, Editor-in-Chief May 17, 2024

Erik graduated on May 11 with a bachelors in multimedia journalism.

Merriweather is a part of the UTEP Commercial Music Ensemble, Concert Chorale, and Chamber Singers.

[Photo] Introducing UTEP’s 2024 Top Ten Seniors

Ximena Cordero, Staff Reporter May 13, 2024

Garcia-Ledezma is actively involved in multiple organizations and clubs.

Although in different phases of life, each student shares the passion and drive to following their dreams.

[Photo] ‘Mining’ towards a golden future

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Arts & Culture Editor May 1, 2024

Amelia Guzman is a senior graduating with the class of 2024.

Villa was inspired by bringing the community together.

[Photo] Behind ‘Bella Luna’ Photo Studio’s mission toward empowering women

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Arts & Culture Editor April 17, 2024

Villa is also the in-house photographer of Bella Luna Photo Studio.

‘Junk Approved’ uses recycled materials.

[Photo] Jump into ‘Junk Approved’ couture

Marco Hinojosa, Audience & Engagement Editor April 2, 2024

‘Junk Approved’ uses recycled materials.

When it comes to the shop, Mariano tries to be unpredictable, new, and different.

[Photo] IM NOVELTIES: Dynamic duo keeping downtown alive through a creative vision

Marco Hinojosa, Audience & Engagement Editor March 20, 2024

Uniquely designed items like rings can be purchased at ‘IM NOVELTIES’.

There are multiple buildings on campus that people consider haunted.

[Photo] The unexplainable tales of UTEP spirits

Ximena Cordero, Staff Reporter March 13, 2024

There are multiple buildings on campus that people consider haunted.

Jonathan Vasquez is a junior at UTEP.

[Photo] Students with disabilities continue to defy the odds at UTEP

Sofia Sierra, Web Editor March 13, 2024

Vasquez found that reading was able to help him get through challenging times.

Things commonly associated with coquette include bows, pink and white, and lace clothing

Letting the light in on the coquette style

Iziah Moreno, Contributor February 13, 2024

There are two things the public cannot escape on TikTok right now, edits of Jacob Elordi and the coquette style. Coquette fashion has dominated the internet in the past couple of months, and as of right now, it looks like it’s not going anywhere.   Lengthy...

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The National Cybersecurity Alliance says that the internet is now a big part in LGBTQ+ dating.

[Photo] The LGBTQ+ journey to living and loving

Adam Regalado, Multimedia Editor February 13, 2024

The National Cybersecurity Alliance says that the internet is now a big part in LGBTQ+ dating.

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Senior Elena Dibattista serves the ball to her opponents on Jan. 20.

[Photo] UTEP Tennis destroys competition in spring opener

H. Catching Marginot, Contributor January 22, 2024

Senior Elena Dibattista serves the ball to her opponents on Jan. 20.

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Initially becoming available on Dec. 31, the 2024 FASFA form has been met with many issues.

[Photo] A ‘simpler’ FAFSA

Sofia Sierra, Staff Reporter January 18, 2024

Initially becoming available on Dec. 31, the 2024 FASFA form has been met with many issues.

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Brianna Garcia and Matthew Nunez are actors in the play who return with multiple roles throughout the production.

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Brianna Garcia and Matthew Nunez are actors in the play who return with multiple roles throughout the production.

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The production will have multiple show dates.

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The production will have multiple show dates.

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The production will be hosted in the Wise Family Theatre.

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The production will be hosted in the Wise Family Theatre.

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Hunger is a role that is played by Camila Mccord Vazquez.

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Hunger is a role that is played by Camila Mccord Vazquez.

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Carolina Flores Parada plays the roles of Myrrha and Eurydice.

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Carolina Flores Parada plays the roles of Myrrha and Eurydice.

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UTEP had until Sept. 8 to send documents to prove accreditation.

[Photo] UTEP accreditation ‘warning status’ is officially removed

Erik Acosta, Web Editor December 5, 2023

UTEP had until Sept. 8 to send documents to prove accreditation.

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UTEPs accreditation status will be reviewed and revealed in December.

[Photo] UTEP avoids loss of accreditation

Erik Acosta, Web Editor December 5, 2023

UTEP's accreditation status will be reviewed and revealed in December.

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Former UTEP men’s golf head coach, Marlin “Cricket” Musch has been selected for the 2023 Golf Coaches Association of America Hall of Fame Class. Photo courtesy of UTEP Athletics

Former UTEP Men’s Golf Head Coach recognized for 2023 GCAA Hall of Fame Class

Iziah Moreno, Contributor/Photographer December 5, 2023

Former UTEP men’s golf head coach, Marlin “Cricket” Musch has been selected for the 2023 Golf Coaches Association of America Hall of Fame Class.   Musch was the head coach (1981-1988), where he started the UTEP varsity program.   He started...

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Mariah Alvarez is a graduate student at UTEP studying public health.

[Photo] Radiant and representative: Graduation fits for students’ special day

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter December 4, 2023

Alvarez is wearing a red dress, tying into the holiday season.

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Sonam Chok, born in raised in Bhutan, is a graduating senior from UTEP College of Nursing.

[Photo] A new home, far from home

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter November 29, 2023

Choki is reminded of home with UTEP’s Bhutan inspired architecture.

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Running Back Torrance Burgess Jr. runs across the field after catching the ball.

[Photo] UTEP homecoming spirit keeps energy high in loss against the WKU Hilltoppers

Sofia Sierra, Staff Reporter November 5, 2023

UTEP cheerleaders hype up the crowd on the sidelines.

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The previous Mexican record of 581 was held by Palafox as well.

[Photo] UTEP Rifle coach breaks Mexican record and strives to fulfill lifelong dream

Alyson Rodriguez, Contributor/Reporter October 25, 2023

While competing in the ISSF, UTEP Rifle Head Coach Andrea Palafox set a new Mexican record, beating the old one that was held by her.

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Notable celebrities such as Kali Uchis and Jennifer Lopez are examples of public figures who have incorporated the Y2K aesthetic into their styles.

[Photo] Revival of Y2K: Culture behind the glitz and glamour

Avery Escamilla-Wendell, Multimedia Editor October 16, 2023

Notable celebrities such as Kali Uchis and Jennifer Lopez are examples of public figures who have incorporated the Y2K aesthetic into their styles.

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While in Kazakhstan, Tchoshanov will research and teach different learning implements.

[Photo] Meet Mourat Tchoshanov, the newest Fullbright Award recipient

Katy Ruiz, Contributor/Reporter October 6, 2023

Tchoshanov will spend three two-month periods in Kazakhstan.

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Movies such as “Blue Beetle” and “Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe” are examples of films that have parts in El Paso.

[Photo] El Paso steals the spotlight in new movie adaptations

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter September 27, 2023

Movies such as “Blue Beetle” and “Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe” are examples of films that have parts in El Paso.

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According to a study by Young Invincibles, 72 percent of student parents nationwide are mothers.

[Photo] Two for one, a student mother makes it all happen

H. Catching Marginot, Staff Reporter September 15, 2023

Holbert wants people to know that it is ok to ask for help.

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Underground music venue known as ‘The Dungeon’, located at 110 Poplar St., is set to an event featuring alleged neo-Nazi and fascist bands.

[Photo] Neo-Nazis disturb Sun City music scene

Marco Hinojosa, Audience & Engagement Editor September 14, 2023

Underground music venue known as ‘The Dungeon’, located at 110 Poplar St., is set to an event featuring alleged neo-Nazi and fascist bands.

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Prints of repurposed currency by artist Vlocke Negro is shown in the gallery, Negro is a Mexican street artist whose work can be found through the streets of Mexico City.

[Photo] Grafica Libre: The art of change

Eugenio Cantu, Contributor/Reporter September 14, 2023

The exhibition features a lineup of pieces by artist from El Paso, Juarez, New York, California, Mexico City, Oaxaca, and Colombia.

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UTEP’s risk of accreditation loss has been revealed to be caused by a ‘clerical’ error.

[Photo] Will UTEP keep its accreditation?

Sofia Sierra, Contributor/Reporter August 29, 2023

UTEP’s risk of accreditation loss has been revealed to be caused by a ‘clerical’ error.

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