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The Student News Site of The University of Texas at El Paso

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Artificial Intelligence has created waves within the art world, creating a conflicting stance towards its tool that generates modern age artwork. The usage of AI has raised questions about how it is changing the making and cosumption of art.

AI vs Art: The Creative Crash of The Century

Erik Acosta, Writer March 1, 2024

Click, type, post. Three words that define the creation of the modern digital age, becoming one of the easiest ways for someone to create and consume different forms of art and film.  In a virtual...

UTEP English professor and host of “El Paso Food Voices” (EPFV), Meredith Abarca, Ph.D. created a series of articles and podcasts that share El Paso’s story through food.

Waves to Pods

Victoria Ortega, Writer February 28, 2024

Radio has been in existence since the late 1890s. Once a conduit connecting cities to rural areas, radio transformed how we consumed music and sports. However, as time has passed, the resonance of radio...

Directed by Academy Award winner Roger Ross Williams, cinematic masterpiece features the incredible talents of Gael García-Bernal, Bad Bunny, and Joaquín Cosío.

Sin Máscara: Celebrating Cassandro, the exótico!

Victoria Ortega November 16, 2023

In the vibrant world of lucha libre, where masks conceal identities and gravity-defying acrobatics blur the line between reality and spectacle, a wrestler emerged. Cassandro transcended challenges and...

Siento que, por hecho de tener esta doble identidad como frontera y ciudad, la gente está más dispuesta a aceptar combinaciones de géneros y sonidos que un público menos diverso no aceptaría con facilidad. 
-Nana Bersa

Melodía entre los mundos

Carlos Castro, Writer October 18, 2023

Si hay algo que caracteriza a la urbe juarense, es la música. Al ser una frontera, Ciudad Juárez enlaza a músicos de todo tipo de géneros y culturas musicales; como son los boleros, la bachata,...

Grammy award-winning country artist Chris Stapleton takes the stage for the first time at the University of Texas at El Paso’s Don Haskins Center, opening the show with his first single, Nobody to Blame from his 2015 debut album Traveller.

Chris Stapleton’s visits El Paso for his All-American Road Show tour

Ethan Thomas, Photographer May 12, 2023

The anticipation and eagerness ran high as the crowd was ready to see Grammy Award-winning country artist, Chris Stapleton, take the stage in his first stop, El Paso. Marking the opening of his All-American...

El Paso Lowriders: Classic car culture on the border

El Paso Lowriders: Classic car culture on the border

Gibel Amador, Staff Writer/Photographer March 1, 2023

The sound of cars speeding down the freeway is heard daily, but on Lincoln Park Day, those sounds are muffled by the sound of conversations about paint jobs, engines and car meets. Across the park, brightly...

Andrea Calle Eyssautier lives in Ciudad Juarez and has had an increase in her following on social media as she found it not only as a hobby but as a way to express herself.

Nostalgia and new generations

Yoali Rodriguez, Copy Editor January 17, 2023

Whether you love to rewatch your favorite shows at a certain season, re-read your favorite book over and over, or participate in a TikTok trend that reconnects and ignites your inner child; there is no...

En la intersección de las calles Franklin y North Mesa puedes encontrar un mural de basura. El Mural esta echo por el artista Bordalo II de Portugal.

Mural de basura: Como el arte puede ayudar al medio ambiente

Carlos Castro, Writer January 17, 2023

Si uno camina por la intersección de las calles Franklin y North Mesa en el centro de El Paso, será imposible ignorar el colorido mural de un puma que se postra ominoso sobre los transeúntes a su alrededor....

At the Movies: Recap of El Paso Film Festival 2022

Carlos Castro, Staff Writer October 26, 2022

From the nights of the 14th to the 16th of October, Downtown El Paso saw the advent of the 5th anniversary of El Paso Film Festival, a celebration of independent film festival across the border. The festival...

Jamal Streeter

Jamal Streeter

Brandy Ruiz October 12, 2022

In an art gallery facing the El Paso Star, the sound of drums and bass guitars reverberated off the walls as Jamal Streeter and musicians Micheal Green, Elizabeth (Liz) Pursel and Tristan Lopez were rehearsing...

These photos are sent by artists Gia Flores, Pamela Vigo Sanchez, and Joanna Overton found at the El Pasos International Museum of Art.

The art exhibition that brought UTEP and local artistry together

Yoali Rodriguez and Maria Luisa Guerrero Duran October 11, 2022

As a way of sharing the uniqueness of the borderland area, many talented artists have been on the lookout to exhibit their art in local museums and beyond. Some found a home in a Victorian-style mansion ...

Melancholy 10 ultimately won the Battle of the Bands and two weeks of studio recording time.

Battle of the Bands: who was the band that won Miner’s hearts?

Brandy Ruiz, Editor-in- Chief September 8, 2022

In the final round of Battle of the Bands (BoB), out of five bands who initially participated, only one came out on top: Melancholy 10.  The jazz-influenced indie group of seven students from the University...

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