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UTEP’s Student Government Association (SGA) has released its special election results Tuesday, Feb. 16 following over a week of campaigning.

SGA announces special election results

Anahy Diaz, Editor-In-Chief February 16, 2021

UTEP’s Student Government Association (SGA) released its 2021 special Spring election results Tuesday evening.    The senator-at-large vacant seats will be filled by Joseline “Josie” Avila with 130 votes, Kimberly Sanchez with 109 votes, Brianna...

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What are your thoughts on UTEP closing the wellness pharmacy?

What are your thoughts on UTEP closing the wellness pharmacy?

October 8, 2018

The Prospector asked students their thoughts on UTEP closing the wellness pharmacy. This is what they had to say: https://youtu.be/hDvjxK4ZBXc

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The Educators: Episode Three: Michaela Roman

The Educators: Episode Three: Michaela Roman

May 30, 2018

https://soundcloud.com/the-prospector-daily/the-educators-episode-3-michaela-roman

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The Educators: Episode Two: Professor Unsworth

The Educators: Episode Two: Professor Unsworth

Javier Cortez, Editor May 19, 2018

https://soundcloud.com/user-479248766/the-educators-episode-2-eric-unsworth The Guest: Professor Erik Unsworth, Director of UTEP's Jazz Ensemble Two and Guitar Division String Bass/Electric Bass at the University of Texas at El Paso in the Department...

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Top 3 movies to watch about college

Top 3 movies to watch about college

Elenie Gonzalez, Contributor August 29, 2017

#1 Animal House This iconic 1978 film starring notable names such as John Belushi, Kevin Bacon and Donald Sutherland is a classic, and has been paid homage to for years now. Like many students entering college and trying to find their place, a couple...

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WIN works to build network for female engineer students

WIN works to build network for female engineer students

Michaela Román, Editor-In-Chief March 7, 2017

Microsoft recently conducted a study that found young girls in Europe become interested in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) around age 11, but if the interest is not fully ignited in the ensuing four years, by age 15 their interest...

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College is not a sprint, it’s a marathon

College is not a sprint, it’s a marathon

Mike Flores, Staff Reporter March 7, 2017

Dropping a class is not something to be ashamed of in college. When everyone enrolls to become a Miner, they are allowed six drops throughout their college career. It’s for a valid reason because some classes can sometimes just be too difficult. There...

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Is the “Fire Floyd” movement justified?

Is the “Fire Floyd” movement justified?

Jason Green, Sports Editor January 17, 2017

A new chapter in UTEP lore was written a few weeks ago when former Miner football head coach Mike Price stormed into the stands to rip a “Fire Floyd” sign out of the hands of UTEP basketball fan Louis Cepeda. Price had been sitting with UTEP Athletic...

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Youtube channels for productive procrastination

Youtube channels for productive procrastination

Eric Vasquez, Entertainment Editor October 4, 2016

Yes, you. Retying your shoes even though you’re sitting down, or gearing up for another Starbucks run because you swear all you need is an extra jolt of energy to get that paper done. We see you, we’re one of you, but studies show—and by studies...

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From the other side

Eric Vasquez, Entertainment Editor August 30, 2016

I was a college football equipment manager and I didn’t even like football. Really, I’ve only seen “Friday Night Lights” once on TNT and didn’t see the end because I forgot to go back after the commercial break. I can’t name you five professional...

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This school year, dishonesty cases at UTEP dramatically increased to 352 cases.

UTEP Scholastic dishonesty cases on the rise

Rene Delgadillo, Staff Reporter April 5, 2016

Scholastic dishonesty cases at UTEP have increased over the last three years. During the 2013-2014 school year, the university reported 189 cases of academic dishonesty, which includes cheating, plagiarism and collusion (unauthorized collaboration for...

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Some UTEP students don’t want to change their last name when they get married.

The real story behind traditions

Mike Vasquez, Staff Reporter February 9, 2016

Marriage is considered a necessary milestone for most Americans, like going to college and getting a job. Another milestone, however, is dishing out a wad of cash and going along with traditions in order to raise from  boyfriend and girlfriend up to...

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