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Estudiantes cruzan a diario

Estudiantes cruzan a diario

Sergio Muñoz, Photographer November 12, 2018

La Universidad de Texas en El Paso es reconocida por su gran diversidad en la comunidad estudiantil. De acuerdo con su sitio web, UTEP es conocida  por ser la única universidad de investigación con el mayor número de estudiantes México-Americanos...

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Medvedi plays at day three of Locals Week on Thursday, June 7 at Love Buzz.

Locals Week showcases regional talent

Gaby Velasquez, Photo Editor June 12, 2018

The El Paso International Music Foundation (EPIMF), a new organization that works to empower musicians from El Paso, Juárez and Las Cruces,  hosted the opening reception for their debut event, Locals Week, on Tuesday, June 5, at Star City Studio...

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Soulove performs at day one of Locals Week on Tuesday, June 5 at Gray Dog.

Locals Week kicks off with performances

Gaby Velasquez, Photo Editor June 6, 2018

The El Paso International Music Foundation (EPIMF), a new organization that works to empower musicians from El Paso, Juárez and Las Cruces,  hosted the opening reception for their debut event, Locals Week, on Tuesday, June 5, at Star City Studio...

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Attendees marched from San Jacinto plaza to the Santa Fe bridge.

Binational Vigil for migration deaths held in downtown El Paso

Gaby Velasquez, Photo Editor July 28, 2017

About 50 El Pasoans gathered at San Jacinto Plaza Friday night, joining the Detained Migrant Solidarity Committee, for a march to the Santa Fe international bridge and a binational vigil. The candle light vigil was in honor of those who had died...

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What you should know when crossing the border

What you should know when crossing the border

Rene Delgadillo, Staff Reporter February 21, 2017

1. Right Against Unreasonable Searches Don’t open your door, as ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) and other law enforcement officers must have a warrant signed by a judge. If they have a warrant, ask them to hold it against your window or...

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Artist Lise Bjorne Linnert collaborates with others to stitch name tags of women who were murdered in Cd. Juárez.

Rubin center exhibit remembers women murdered in Juárez

Claudia Flores, Contributor February 21, 2017

“Desconocida Unknown Ukjents,” an exhibition by Norwegian artist Lise Bjørne Linnert about the femicide (female homicides) in Juárez is on display at the Rubin Center to bring attention to the murders of women across the border. In Ciudad Juárez,...

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Two women stand in the middle of downtown Juárez, near the Our Lady of Guadalupe Cathedral.

The beginner’s guide to Juárez: becoming a fronterizo

Andres Gallegos, Staff Reporter October 25, 2016

There are some things every El Pasoan simply knows: the fact that we are in the United States, not in Mexico and our authority on great Mexican food. We also know that El Paso wouldn’t be the city it is if it was not for its connection to its sister...

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Fans de Juan Gabriel fuera de su casa.

Homenaje al Divo de Juárez

Grecia Sanchez, News Reporter September 5, 2016

PHOTOS: Las cenizas del artista mexicano Juan Gabriel se trasladaron a Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua el sábado, 3 de septiembre con motivo de acudir a la misa y homenaje a este cantautor. El lugar del evento fue a lo largo de la Avenida 16 de Septiembre...

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A young girl peers across the border fence into Sunland Park, New Mexico, from Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.

Supreme Court still on the fence

Christian Vasquez, Staff Reporter July 5, 2016

The Supreme Court failed to come to a decision on United States v. Texas, which concerned President Barack Obama’s immigration expansion of the Deferred Actions for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and implementation of Deferred Actions for Parents...

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The Pope is expected to visit Juarez on February 17, 2016.

Commuting students should prepare

Julio Cesar-Chavez, Contributor February 16, 2016

More than 600 UTEP students report having a Ciudad Juárez address, according to the UTEP Center for Institutional Evaluation, Research and Planning. Many cross the border every day to get to class. With more than a million people expected to come to...

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UTEP will be closed on Feb. 17 due to Pope Francis visit to Ciudad Juarez

Pope’s visit means campus closure, Sun Bowl party

Javier Cortez, Staff Reporter January 26, 2016

The UTEP campus will be closed on Feb. 17 in response to Pope Francis’ visit to Ciudad Juárez. The Office of Special Events and the Catholic Diocese of El Paso is expecting a big crowd for the “Two Nations, One Faith” viewing party at the Sun Bowl,...

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Juan Gabriel se presento en El Paso el seis de diciembre como parte de su gira musical Bienvenidos al Noa Noa.

El Don Haskin Center goza de Juan Gabriel

Jose Soto, Entertainment Editor December 7, 2015

El orgullo mexicano fue demasiado presente anoche cuando un estadio completamente lleno recibió al divo de Juárez. Con una pequeña sinfonía y un mariachi, se presente el gran compositor y cantante que es una de las mas grandes estrellas de la música...

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