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Stacks of books on a bookshelf at The Chamizal Community Center and Library July 1

Summertime pastime in the library

Eugenio Cantu, Contributor/Reporter July 12, 2023

Summer is upon us and schools are out. With the shining skies and clear weather, it is a perfect time to go out on vacation. For those who are between trips or unable to leave the city, the El Paso library system offers a vast variety of activities to...

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Library exhibit to showcase José Cisneros artwork from 1951 Flowsheet

Library exhibit to showcase José Cisneros artwork from 1951 Flowsheet

September 17, 2014

The Special Collections department at the UTEP Library is featuring a special exhibit of the original pencil sketches done by the late artist, José Cisneros, entitled "Our Spanish Heritage." The sketches were done for the 1951 Flowsheet, the student...

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Past treasures gone, but not forgotten

Andrea Acosta, Entertainment Editor September 9, 2014

There are hidden tales and meaningful stories behind every building on campus. Despite the constant revamping that UTEP has undergone throughout the years, stories remain a vital part of the university’s essence and history. The following are some fun...

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The current UTEP library under construction in 1980

Library evolves to provide resources to students

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter September 9, 2014

The UTEP Library currently holds more than one million books to go along with government documents, micro-films that help keep 100-year old newspapers intact, art collections, computer labs and meeting rooms at the students’ disposal. It is a little-known...

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