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Noah Sarabia

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Surf music is a subgenre of rock music associated with surf culture, particularly as found in Southern California.

Microgenres: Surf rock

Noah Sarabia, Photographer February 17, 2020

Editor’s note: A microgenre is defined as a subgenre of music characterized by its specificity and niche nature. “Microgenres” is a special seven-week series by The Prospector that will showcase a different microgenre each week, publishing every...

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UTEP President Heather Wilson introduced the new Hawkins Scholarship during the Honors, Scholars and Fellows Day Wednesday, Feb. 5.

UTEP president announces new $10,000 scholarships 

Noah Sarabia February 13, 2020

UTEP President Heather Wilson introduced a new scholarship opportunity for students called the Hawkins Scholarship, established by Wilson herself. The announcement took place during the Honors, Scholars and Fellows Day Wednesday, Feb. 5. The Hawkins...

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OPINION: If my crush won’t love me, music will

Noah Sarabia, Photographer February 10, 2020

Crushes and exes have such a strong hold over us. What is it about their smiles or their laughs that drive us crazy? Why do we want them to step on dog poop so badly? “I thought I was over him!” “Why is her number still on my phone?” “Get...

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The Tamarin monkeys at the El Paso Zoo will be fed cockroaches on Valentines Day, as a part of their Quit Bugging Me event.

[Photo] Broken heart? Here’s how you can get over your ex this Valentine’s Day weekend

Sasha Minjarez, Contributor February 10, 2020

The Tamarin monkeys at the El Paso Zoo will be fed cockroaches on Valentine's Day, as a part of their "Quit Bugging Me" event.

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English singer, songwriter, actor and television personality Ozzy Osbourne at a concert.

Ozzy Osbourne news in brief

Noah Sarabia, Contributor January 21, 2020

The year 2019 was a rollercoaster for music with several bands getting back together, a lot of others touring and with the saying of goodbye to some influential musicians, but 2020 looks to be an ambitious year for musicians – Ozzy Osbourne,...

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The procession in Ciudad Juarez marks the start of the celebration of Mass on the Border.

Mass on the Border celebrates US-Mexico unity

Noah Sarabia, Contributor November 5, 2019

Mass on the Border, an event that celebrated Catholic mass between two countries, two languages and three cultures, including El Paso, Las Cruces and Ciudad Juárez took place Saturday, Nov. 2.   El Paso Bishop Mark Seitz, Las Cruces Bishop...

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OPINION: Connecting on a spiritual level

Noah Sarabia, Contributor October 29, 2019

Goblins, vampires, werewolves and zombies are all part of the Halloween fantasy, simple monsters that we enjoy in classic horror movies and scary stories around a campfire.   However, there’s another type of creature that has been debated...

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The Prospector join El Paso’s Research Investigators on Thursday, Oct.24 to try and unmask the paranormal activity experienced at Fabens Fire and Rescue Department.

[Photo] Spirits haunt fire and rescue station

Anahy Diaz, Contributor October 29, 2019

The Prospector join El Paso’s Research Investigators on Thursday, Oct.24 to try and unmask the paranormal activity experienced at Fabens Fire and Rescue Department.

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RSOlympics 2019 UTEP HOMECOMING

RSOlympics 2019 UTEP HOMECOMING

Anahy Diaz, Glenda Avalos, and Noah Sarabia October 8, 2019

Students showed off their Miner spirit this Homecoming season through the “RSOlympics.” Organized by UTEP’s Student Engagement and Leadership Center, this series of events and activities aimed to engage Registered Student Organizations (RSOs), in...

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Cuco serenades the audience at the beginning of his set.

Cuco returns to El Paso at The Lowbrow Palace

Noah Sarabia, Contributor October 8, 2019

As part of his “Para Mí” Tour, Cuco performed Oct. 5 at The Lowbrow Palace on Texas Avenue. The event sold out and hosted over 2,000 fans.  Caroline Vasquez, the artist’s Hospitality Manager for Splendid Sun Productions, said that...

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[Photo] Slayer plays final show in El Paso

Jaqueline Martinez, Contributor May 6, 2019

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The Red Door offers unique vintage items

The Red Door offers unique vintage items

Noah Sarabia, Contributor April 23, 2019

One of El Paso’s most unique and popular thrift stores is The Red Door Vintage. Leticia Peña, also known as Morticia, is the owner that got her start in 2012 at the San Carlos building in Downtown El Paso. The Red Door later moved to North Mesa, and...

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You’ve worn that before

You’ve worn that before

Noah Sarabia, Contributor April 23, 2019

Styles and trends come and go, but the one thing about fashion is that it never repeats itself, right? Fashion is always changing and evolving due to the innovation and representation of top-billed magazines, models and celebrities, so there’s no room...

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UTEP Recreational Center welcomes new director in Jerome Osborne

UTEP Recreational Center welcomes new director in Jerome Osborne

Noah Sarabia, Contributor April 2, 2019

Jerome Osborne, a San Francisco native, has recently been named the new director for the Student Recreation Center (Rec Center) at UTEP. Osborne was stationed in Virginia up until two weeks ago, when he started at UTEP. Becoming the director of the...

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‘Nudes & More’ adorns the walls of Hal Marcus

‘Nudes & More’ adorns the walls of Hal Marcus

Noah Sarabia, Contributor March 26, 2019

The Hal Marcus Gallery opened exhibit “Nudes & More” March 14, at its gallery, 1308 N. Oregon St., and features works from more than 15 artists including Hal Marcus, Tom Lea, Krystyna Robbins and John W. MacKenzie in about 60 images. Gallery...

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Mexican author speaks about new book

Mexican author speaks about new book

Noah Sarabia, Contributor March 5, 2019

Roma Calatayud-Stocks, an author from Mexico City, spoke about her second installment of her book trilogy, “A Symphony of Rivals,” which focuses on life in the 20th century overseas in Austria, Italy, Germany and the U.S., Feb. 27 at Barnes and Noble...

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[Photo] Orchestra welcomes interim conductor

Valeria Olivares, Reporter March 4, 2019

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[Photo] Monster Jam returns to UTEP for two action packed days

Catherine Ramirez, Entertainment Editor March 2, 2019

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Beto O Rourke was honored as El Pasoan of the Year by El Paso Inc.

Beto O’Rourke, Ruben Garcia honored in annual El Pasoan of the Year ceremony

Noah Sarabia, Contributor February 26, 2019

El Paso Inc. awarded Director of the Annunciation House Ruben Garcia the Community Spirit award, and former Congressman Beto O’Rourke the El Pasoan of the Year award Tuesday, Feb. 19, at its annual El Pasoan of the Year luncheon at the Centennial Club...

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Law enforcement waits patiently to diffuse tensions between protestors outside of both rallies.

[Photo] Our view of Monday’s political madness in El Paso

February 12, 2019

Protestors gathered across the street from Trump's campaign rally.

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UTEP hosts TED Talks with big names in the borderland

UTEP hosts TED Talks with big names in the borderland

Noah Sarabia and February 3, 2019

On Saturday, Feb. 2, UTEP hosted a TEDx series at the Union Cinema located on the first floor of the Union Bldg. East,  to encourage people to understand the advantages of access and education. The series was broken into two sessions, the first...

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