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President Natalicio addresses the media in accordance with the news of her retirement on Tuesday, May 22 at the Presidents Office.

UTEP students, faculty and community members react to President Natalicio’s retirement

Adrian Broaddus, Sports Editor May 22, 2018

Upon the announcement of UTEP President Diana Natalicio's retirement, students, faculty and community members of El Paso took to social media to voice their thoughts on what the university's president meant to them. She has been the university's president...

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UTEP students organize “Not My President” peaceful protest

Christian Vasquez, Copy Editor November 12, 2016

While riots in Portland, Oregon and Oakland, California have sprung up since the election results, in El Paso, Texas over a thousand people in San Jacinto Plaza chose to peacefully protest the rhetoric and policies of President-elect Donald Trump. Alphonso...

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Sophomore finance major Benji Rodriguez studies for his finals at the library.

Dealing with stress during finals

Valerie Terrazas, Contributor December 1, 2015

Finals week is almost here, and several students have begun their efforts toward saving the semester, either because of procrastination or because they are obsessed with turning in perfect work. Whatever the reason may be, this time of the semester is...

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UTEP students reach their dream of opening fitness center

UTEP students reach their dream of opening fitness center

Julia Hettiger, Staff Reporter November 3, 2015

Inspired by their love for fitness and strong desire to give back to the community, three UTEP students have decided to pursue their dreams and have open their own gym. Peak Fitness, which had its grand opening on Oct. 31 at 5450 Hurd on the Westside...

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Engineering students create prosthetic limbs for impoverished amputees

Engineering students create prosthetic limbs for impoverished amputees

Valerie Herrera, Staff Reporter July 14, 2015

Since its development in 2003, LIMBS, an international nonprofit organization headquartered at UTEP, has been working with students to develop low-cost innovative prosthetic devices for impoverished amputees. According to the organization’s website,...

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