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Photos and memorabilia in the Fort Bliss section of the El Paso Museum of History’s Permanent exhibit Changing Pass.

Fort Bliss

Emmanuel Rivas Valenzuela, Writer October 17, 2023

From less than 9,000 residents in Fort Bliss a decade ago to over 11,000 today, per the 2020 census, Fort Bliss remains a pillar of the El Paso community by providing countless services and benefits for...

After jumping the U.S.-Mexico border wall in Sunland Park, New Mexico, a man sits atop the wall, aiding two others climbing back over to the Mexican side.

The ongoing migrant crisis at the borderland

Emmanuel Rivas Valenzuela, Writer March 6, 2023

Since last year the City of El Paso has been the forefront of the migrant discussion as thousands of individuals from Central and South America make their way to the United States in search of jobs, money...

Actress Alicia Silverston speaks on the 2nd Annaul Womens Wellness Summit, hosted by the Junior League of El Paso, Feb. 24.

Lessons from a ‘Clueless’ Icon: Learning to embrace the importance of women’s wellness

Yoali Rodriguez, Copy Editor March 3, 2023

When it comes to topics regarding issues involving women’s mental health and body image, it can be perceived as a taboo conversation in different environments. AS IF! Leave it to the brave women of the...

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....

Photo Courtesy of Lucie Calderon

El Paso Nano-Influencer Lucie Calderon graduates to bigger projects

Brandy Ruiz, Editor-in-Chief December 14, 2022

It was Christmas-day 2010 when the University of Texas at El Paso graduate Lucie Calderon made an account on Instagram, the same year the app was launched.  She was ten years old, posting “a million”...

Governor Abbott and Beto O’Rourke rally for votes in waning days of early voting 

Governor Abbott and Beto O’Rourke rally for votes in waning days of early voting 

Ethan Thomas, Photographer November 7, 2022

Incumbent Texas Governor Greg Abbott and gubernatorial candidate, and El Paso-native, Beto O’Rourke made stops in the Sun City to encourage voters to vote before Election Day. Energizing younger voters...

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...

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 ...

The pursuit of cryptocurrency on the border

The pursuit of cryptocurrency on the border

Brandy Ruiz, Editor-in-chief October 11, 2022

In between gray rock walls and beneath the sweat-inducing glare of the noon El Paso sun in 2020, David Gámez, a student at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) and leader of UTEP’s Blockchain Miner’s...

Latino, Latina, Latine?   

Latino, Latina, Latine?   

Juan Pablo De Anda De Alva, Staff Writer September 15, 2022

La frontera entre México y Estados Unidos es un lugar único en donde chocan dos culturas, divisas, y los principales idiomas de la región: español e inglés.  Sofia Valenzuela, una estudiante originaria...

K-pop fans dressed in their favorite merch from their favorite groups that featured individual K-pop stars such as SUGA from the group BTS.

A night of K-Pop in the Zoo: the first K-Pop event in collaboration with the El Paso Zoo 

Brandy Ruiz September 12, 2022

In between the Elephants and Malayan Tiger exhibit on the night of Sept. 10, the El Paso Zoo in collaboration with the Instagram pages @Girlswihtluv and @epkpop_events, held a K-pop celebration with music,...

Violencia en Ciudad Juárez: Cómo protegerse a sí mismo y a su bienestar

Violencia en Ciudad Juárez: Cómo protegerse a sí mismo y a su bienestar

Brandy Ruiz and Maria Luisa Guerrero Duran August 12, 2022

Ciudad Juárez está experimentando violencia en las calles. El 11 de agosto, las autoridades locales informaron de un motín que estalló en una prisión estatal conocida como CERESO No.3. El subsecretario...

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