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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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(From left to right) Chief of UTEP Police Department Cliff Walsh, Vice President of Student Affairs Gary Edens, and Faculty Senate President and Associate Professor in Biology Mark Cox answer questions from the media.

Campus Carry Task Force reveals gun-free zones

Javier Cortez and Michaela Roman February 2, 2016

The UTEP Campus Concealed Carry Task Force released a report on Monday, Feb. 1 that presents the actions UTEP will take to implement Senate Bill 11. Vice President of Student Affairs Gary Edens, Chief of UTEP Police Department Cliff Walsh and Mark Cox,...

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Ricardo Zavala, 16, of Palacios Texas was one of thousands that stood out in the cold for this years March for Life.

Despite weather, thousands attend March for Life

Luis Gonzalez, SHFWire January 26, 2016

WASHINGTON – It has been 43 years since the Supreme Court’s decision in Roe v. Wade made abortion legal. For the 42nd straight year, anti-abortion activists gathered on the National Mall and marched to the Supreme Court. With the hope that one day...

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Texas Senator John Cornyn Visits UTEP

Texas Senator John Cornyn Visits UTEP

Maria Esquinca, Managing Editor August 31, 2015

U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) visited UTEP for a roundtable discussion regarding regional transportation challenges with local and state officials. At the roundtable discussion, Cornyn said that lack of funds is the greatest challenge for transportation...

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Trumping the competition through media exposure

Trumping the competition through media exposure

Amanda Guillen, Editor-in-Chief August 1, 2015

It is no surprise that controversy brings inflated attention and with it a string of opinion. People in agreement or in opposition of the topic lend to the mounting tension that the controversy brings. With the 2016 presidential election coming...

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The Prospector News Weekly March 20, 2015

Amanda Guillen, Managing Editor March 20, 2015

This week in news, parents and relatives of the 43 missing Ayotzinapa college students from Iguala Mexico spoke to UTEP students, Associate Athletic Director causes controversy over tweets, and TCM celebrations take place on campus.

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SGA hosts game day for students

Jesus Lopez, Staff reporter February 19, 2015

The Student Government Association hosted a Game Day Wednesday, Feb. 18, and Thursday, Feb. 19, to promote student engagement with the members. Students were able to interact with SGA senators and representatives to discuss their concerns about the...

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The Prospector News Weekly February 13, 2015

Amanda Guillen, Managing Editor February 13, 2015

This week in news, UTEP celebrates Black History Month and Project Move begins sign-up processes.

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The Student Health center is located in front of the east entrance of the student union building.

UTEP health insurance available for students for in-center care

Ben Woolridge, Staff Reporter January 27, 2015

Although all UTEP students are eligible for health insurance through the university’s Student Health Insurance Plan, getting them to enroll is not an easy task. The UT System plan is part of the Preferred Provider Organization, and has a monthly premium...

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The Prospector News Weekly:March 21

Amanda Guillen and Luis Barrio March 20, 2014

The Prospector News Weekly covers all the top stories that affect the students at The University of Texas at El Paso. This week in news, UTEP will host its annual TCM event, this is the longest running tradition here at the university, and a student organization...

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ADP Increases Support of Future Math and Science Teachers to $2 Million

Lorain Watters, Assistant News Editor August 28, 2013

Automatic Data Processing (ADP), Inc., a Fortune 500 company with offices in El Paso, has pledged an additional $600,000 over the next three years to The University of Texas at El Paso’s Math and Science Teachers (MaST) Academy. ADP has been supporting...

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Inner Campus Water Line Failure

Lorain Watters, Assistant News Editor August 27, 2013

There is a water line outage in the center of campus. Water service to the following buildings will be shut off while repairs are made: Undergraduate Learning Center Centennial Museum Burges Hall Cotton Memorial Hudspeth Hall Miners Hall Worrel...

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