• May 24, 2022

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El Paso Community College’s Hispanic Heritage Month Starts Friday

The El Paso Community College (EPCC) Hispanic Heritage Committee will host a series of events for the annual Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration. This year’s theme, Preserving our Legacy, will focus and honor those who have impacted the El Paso community. California based, award-winning author Victor Villaseñor will share his stories with EPCC students during this year’s annual celebration […]Read More

Story+Gallery: Texas Longhorns Hook Miners 41 to 7

Shane Buechele completed 22-of-27 passes for 244 yards and four touchdowns, leading no. 11 Texas to a 41-7 victory over UTEP on Saturday night at Texas Memorial Stadium. The Longhorns (2-0) scored the game’s final 31 points after UTEP (1-1) closed to within a field goal (10-7) midway through the second quarter. Texas had a […]Read More

Miner Volleyball Claims Two Victories in North Dakota

FARGO, N.D.  – The UTEP volleyball team picked up wins over Bradley and South Dakota State to finish 2-1 at the North Dakota Invitational. With the wins, the Miners improve to 2-4 on the season. Bradley took the first set over the Miners from the Bentson Bunker Fieldhouse, 25-23, after 18 tie scores and nine […]Read More

Cross Country Miners Excel at UNM Lobo Invitational

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The men’s and women’s cross country team kicked off their 2016 season with an excellent performance at the Lobo Invitational on Saturday morning. Both teams ran a 5K race at the UNM North Golf Course.   The Miners proved their talent as both men’s and women’s team won in their categories. The […]Read More

NMSU Conroy Scholars begin First Semester, meet William B. Conroy

In just its second year of existence, the Conroy Scholars Program in the New Mexico State University Honors College welcomed six new members. This year’s freshmen Conroy Scholars include Joshua Barrera, Dominick Cordova, Lauren Fierro, Analyssa Martinez, Arianna Martinez and Sienna Mata. “The Honors College is heavily involved in recruiting students and helping them discover […]Read More

H.O.P.E. Clinics Helps Homeless Individuals Get Job Ready

Finding a job can be difficult for people experiencing homelessness. For example, many documents requested by potential employers, such as a photo identification card or social security card, require proof of residency. “When it comes to employment, there are a lot of barriers that individuals who are homeless experience, like not having an ID card,” […]Read More

Miner Cross Country Team set to Compete in New Mexico

The UTEP men’s and women’s cross country team will kick off the 2016 season in Albuquerque, N.M., this weekend to compete in the Lobo Invitational. Both teams will run a 5K race Saturday morning at the University of New Mexico North Golf Course. UTEP will be competing against three other teams: New Mexico, NM State, and […]Read More

Victor Urbina’s Minding Your Business: My Origin Story

All Superheroes Have Origin Stories, So Why Shouldn’t I? Hello El Paso, my name is Victor Urbina and I’m an entrepreneur…I’ve been an entrepreneur all my life. As a kid I tried to sell paperclip jewelry to my neighbors. I started my first business when I was 11 years old. I sold soda’s in downtown El […]Read More

Miners Battle To Scoreless Draw At ACU

ABILENE, Texas – Sophomore goalkeeper Alyssa Palacios made nine stops (one shy of career high) while the Miner defense stepped up to deliver two team saves as UTEP battled to a scoreless draw at Abilene Christian Sunday afternoon. The Miners move to 1-0-1 on the year, and have yet to yield a goal. It’s the fifth […]Read More