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Juan Corral

Internships are mind-opening experiences

Juan Corral, Contributor September 9, 2019

Starting a new semester as a college student means a couple of things: buying expensive textbooks, trying to find relatively good parking across campus and surrounding neighborhoods and wondering what you’re going to have for dinner without...

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Leadership Award recipient is devoted to UTEP community, leadership

Leadership Award recipient is devoted to UTEP community, leadership

Juan Corral, Contributor May 7, 2019

Thriving student Kaelin Walker was selected for the UTEP’s Leadership Award for her devotion and commitment to the student community. Walker is a junior, double-majoring in women’s and gender studies and dance, with a minor in legal reasoning. To...

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Refugees seek transportation

Refugees seek transportation

Juan Corral, Contributor April 1, 2019

Editor’s note: Quotes have been translated by the reporter from Spanish to English. The Annunciation House is asking for volunteers to transport refugees to the airport or bus station in hopes of being reunited with their loved ones across the country. According...

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Members of the UTEP Student Occupational Therapy Association are collecting items at the Campbell Building to donate to the Annunciation House

UTEP’s Student Occupational Therapy Association to volunteer at Annunciation House

Juan Corral, Contributor July 16, 2018

The Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA), has begun gathering donations and pursuing volunteer work within the next couple months to help migrants being assisted at the Annunciation House. SOTA is a campus student organization with a mission...

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Hundreds protest in Downtown El Paso Saturday, June 30.

Families Belong Together and Free march brings unity

Juan Corral, Contributor July 1, 2018

The Families Belong Together and Free march was held Saturday morning, June 30, in downtown El Paso starting at Cleveland Square and ending at the Paso del Norte International Bridge to advocate for immigrant children that have been kept at detention...

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The Chihuahuas play at home on Wednesday night, June 13.

Chihuahuas grapple with home game wins

Juan Corral, Contributor June 14, 2018

The Chihuahuas have just 11 wins at Southwest University Park, including Wednesday’s first  game of a three-game series against the Nashville Sounds, ending with a win, 7-6. El Paso has a total of 19 at-home losses and have struggled with getting...

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