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UTEP senior guard Darryl Edwards drives to basket  en route to scoring a career high 34 points versus Rice Saturday, Feb. 22.

UTEP storms back from 19 down versus Rice, Edwards has career night

Michael Cuviello, Sports Editor February 22, 2020

The UTEP men’s basketball team overcame its worst first half of the season, scoring a season low 19 points versus the Rice Owls in the opening round of bonus play to pull a  68-62 victory from defeat. Coming into this game as a must win for the Miners,...

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UTEP Cross Country runner Alan Ortiz competes in Lowry Fitzgerald Invitational in El Paso.

UTEP’s Titus Cheruiyot wins second race of season

Michael Cuviello, Sports Reporter October 7, 2019

Three runners in top three at invitational  Miner freshman Titus Cheruiyot won for the  second time this year in three meets by coming in first at the Joe Piane Invitational Friday Oct. 4 at South Bend, Indiana. Finishing with a time of 24:13.01 Cheruiyot won...

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Miners’ soccer undefeated in conference play

Michael Cuviello, Sports Editor October 1, 2019

UTEP tames the Herd, off to best start since 2016 The Miners (7-2-2) staged a comeback victory over the Marshall Thundering Herd 3-8 Thursday, giving them a 2-0 record in conference play. Matching the same start of the 2016 season under former coach...

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UTEP President Dr. Diana Natalicio announced her retirement from the university May 22, 2018.

President reflects on tenure as her last semester comes to a close

Brianna Chavez, Copy Editor May 7, 2019

Irreplaceable. It’s a common word used by the community to describe UTEP President Dr. Diana Natalicio, who has played an extremely impactful role in the UTEP, El Paso and Cd. Juárez communities for decades. Her efforts to achieve access and excellence...

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OLLI promotes learning, inclusion for older adults

OLLI promotes learning, inclusion for older adults

Glenda Avalos, Contributor April 19, 2019

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at UTEP provides learning opportunities for senior adults and forms part of the Bernard Osher Foundation founded by Bernard Osher. Osher believed that as individuals get older, they should be more engaged with...

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How to help recycle on campus

How to help recycle on campus

Juan Corral, Contributor April 15, 2019

With Earth Day around the corner, UTEP’s Waste Management Program has high hopes to inform the campus community on recycling and how students can contribute to make the Earth a little greener. The UTEP Waste Management Program started back in 1998....

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53 year streak stays alive for UTEP as Texas Tech falls in championship game

53 year streak stays alive for UTEP as Texas Tech falls in championship game

Daniel Mendez, Web Editor April 8, 2019

On Monday night the national championship game featured the No. 1 seed Virginia Cavaliers and the No. 3 Texas Tech Red Raiders. It was the first time in school history that Tech and Virginia competed for a national championship. This was Tech’s first...

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UTEP softball starts road trip and takes on first place Louisiana Tech

UTEP softball starts road trip and takes on first place Louisiana Tech

Michael Cuviello, Contributor April 8, 2019

UTEP Softball (10-26,4-8) continues its extended road trip with a single game on the road to face the University of New Mexico (UNM) (11-28) April 9, then will travel to Ruston, Louisiana April 13-14 to face first-place Louisiana Tech (30-9, 10-2)....

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UTEP to host first Biomedical  Research Awareness Day

UTEP to host first Biomedical Research Awareness Day

Ashley Johnson, Multimedia Editor April 8, 2019

UTEP Psychology Assistant Professor Katherine Serafine, Ph.D., is planning UTEP’s first Biomedical Research Awareness Day (BRAD) in April. BRAD is a global event that happens every year on the third Thursday of April. It is an initiative committed...

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UTEP Tennis on a three game winning streak, will play rival NMSU

UTEP Tennis on a three game winning streak, will play rival NMSU

Michael Cuviello, Contributor April 8, 2019

The UTEP tennis team (7-12) will seek to continue its winning streak against I-10 rival New Mexico State (11-8) Saturday, April 13. The Miners won its last three games and have been dominant at home with a 5-1 record, but have found little success on...

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Ableism is all around us

Ableism is all around us

Valerie Frederick, Special to the Prospector April 8, 2019

Ableism: discrimination or prejudice against individuals with disabilities. This is Merriam-Webster’s definition of the term, but ableism is more than just discrimination and/or prejudice. It’s the innate belief held by society that abled people are...

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Dr. Heather Wilson, U.S. Secretary of the Air Force and sole finalist for UTEP presidency, visited the UTEP campus and addressed the media on Monday, March 11.

Wilson voted in by UT Board of Regents

Brianna Chavez and Daniel Mendez April 2, 2019

A new president for UTEP has officially been named. The University of Texas Board of Regents have appointed U.S. Secretary of the Air Force Dr. Heather Wilson as the new UTEP President. Wilson will succeed Dr. Diana Natalicio, who will be retiring...

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