Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

Assayer of Student Opinion.

The Prospector

A canvas of colorful opportunities

Lesly Limon, Staff Reporter May 6, 2014

Every Saturday, artists, local farmers and business owners gather at the Union Plaza to share their latest crafted art and products with the community. Additionally, the Downtown Artist and Farmers Market has also attracted UTEP alumni, allowing them...

Continue Reading

Time Capsule to engage future generations

Amber Gomez, Staff Reporter May 6, 2014

Students from an organizational communication class were put in charge of creating a time capsule in  order to celebrate the university’s centennial year. To do so, they created a Facebook page for students to submit photos of the campus regarding...

Continue Reading
Students reminisce on their academic journey

Students reminisce on their academic journey

Helen Yip, Staff Reporter May 6, 2014

Jorge Luis Banos Gomar, 25, who received his bachelor’s degree in accounting in December 2013, is excited that all of his hard work has paid off. “The Top Ten Senior Award was like the cherry on top of my academic career,” Gomar said. UTEP...

Continue Reading
Chihuahuas pitcher Branch Kloess pitching in the seventh inning.

Chihuahuas get back on track, win four straight

Javier Cortez, Staff Reporter May 6, 2014

The opening week for the El Paso Chihuahuas was nothing short of historic. The eight game home stand featured extra inning thrillers, virtuoso pitching performances and some Chihuahua wins. The opening series against the Fresno Grizzlies was a series...

Continue Reading
Coach Keitha Adams talks about her successful coaching carer.

Keitha Adams ends impressive year with Hall of Fame induction

Edwin Delgado, Sports Editor May 6, 2014

Without a doubt the 2013-14 season for the women’s basketball season was a memorable one. The Don Haskins Center and the fans got to witness records all year long. For head coach Keitha Adams it was a fun year, one of her best experiences and she...

Continue Reading
End of a long difficult road for Hohman, Leasau

End of a long difficult road for Hohman, Leasau

Luis Barrio, Staff Reporter May 6, 2014

Leaders come in all forms. For some people, it’s about being vocal and encouraging to teammates. For others, they might be a little more of the silent type, but make up for it by simply leading by example. For seniors Colleen Hohman and Alanna Leasau,...

Continue Reading
Local athletes boost UTEP athletic programs

Local athletes boost UTEP athletic programs

Edwin Delgado, Sports Editor May 6, 2014

The 2013-14 academic year was a great one for the local athletes to give a boost to all UTEP athletic programs. This season in particular was arguably one of the best when it comes to success from athletes from the borderland. The team that...

Continue Reading
Junior Davina Meza hits a serve a first serve at the El Paso Tennis Club.

Meza finds immediate impact on the court

Javier Cortez, Staff Reporter May 6, 2014

Players coming in and leaving are part of the process in collegiate sports. As three players left the tennis team last season, there were two newcomers for the 2013-14 season. One of them was junior transfer Davina Meza. Meza proved to be a shining...

Continue Reading

The Prospector News Weekly May 2, 2014

Amanda Guillen, Luis Barrio May 2, 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, military appreciation week, graduates celebration, SGA elections. The UTEP Track & Field team will be competing...

Continue Reading
Despite circumstances, art students continue to excel

Despite circumstances, art students continue to excel

Andrea Acosta, Entertainment Editor April 29, 2014

A sense of inspiration in the workspace is necessary when it comes to producing art. However, at the Fox Fine Arts Center, students say they lack inspiration due to the lack of technological equipment and the deterioration of the building. “Every...

Continue Reading
Art: the tragic end

Art: the tragic end

Javier Cortez, Staff Reporter April 29, 2014

When it comes to administering what is and is not art, things can become tricky. You can have the perspective that any and everything can be art or you are the exact opposite. I am of the opinion that very little is art. In fact art is one of the most...

Continue Reading
The Rock House Café and Gallery proveé un espacio libre para artistas de todas las disciplinas.

Escena artística crece en la región fronteriza

Cassandra Adame, Staff Reporter April 29, 2014

Al ver la ciudad, repleta de espacios vacíos, edificios y calles arrojadas, los artistas ven en ella un lienzo en blanco. Galerías pop-up, murales y pintura de aerosol en lata refugian la ciudad. Kerry Doyle, directora del Stanlee & Gerald Rubin...

Continue Reading

Comments (0)

All The Prospector Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest
Activate Search
The Prospector