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Our civic duty

Our civic duty

Andrea Valdez-Rivas, Reporter October 2, 2018

In recent weeks, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has been accused by three women, one of them being, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, of sexual misconduct. That’s right, a nominee for the Supreme Court. As she sat before the Senate committee last...

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The El Paso Times Live held a panel, where they examined the U.S. and Mexico border on Thursday, June 7 at the UTEP Union Cinema, with Mexico border correspondent for the Dallas Morning News Alfredo Corchado, Director of the Rubin Center Kerry Doyle, author Benjamin Saenz and El Paso Times Editor Zahira Torres.

UTEP Alumni Discuss Issues Impacting El Paso and Juarez

Jake Deven, Contributor June 9, 2018

American politics have been nothing short of eventful in the last two years. Recent pushes for tougher immigration laws and reinforced border security, along with over two decades of NAFTA and Reagan's immigration policies, have left the border region...

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Two sides, one story

Fernanda Leon, Staff Reporter July 14, 2015

On Sunday, newspapers, news websites and TV programs were filled with the story of Mexican drug lord Joaquin Guzman Loera, known as “El Chapo Guzman,” and his recent escape from a maximum-security Mexico prison cell. As I logged into my Facebook...

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The Prospector News Weekly October 24

Amanda Guillen and Kimberly Valle October 24, 2014

This week in news, a demonstration on campus raises awareness for missing Mexican college students, International Food Fair to take place in the Union Plaza, UTEP haunted tours to frighten guests, dance major to help young children with down syndrome...

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