UTEP Professor Tops Billboard Music Charts

By Lisa Y. Garibay

UTEP News Service

The performing arts determine success by what you do up on stage. For the second time in a month, Zuill Bailey, cello professor at The University of Texas at El Paso, spent another week on top of the legendary Billboard charts.

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Marines Training Tests Students at National Leadership Academy

By Daniel Perez

UTEP News Service

Students from 20 colleges and universities across the country left their comfort zones and entered the arroyo next to UTEP’s Union Building East to learn about life, leadership and adaptability, courtesy of some U.S. Marines.

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Love Story Among Those Submitted for Centennial Celebration

By Daniel Perez

UTEP News Service

It’s been many years since Raúl Reyes roamed the hallways of The University of Texas at El Paso as an undergraduate, but the Houston resident always looks forward to returning to the “scene of the crime.”

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Miners Get Heart Healthy on Valentine’s Day

By Laura L. Acosta

UTEP News Service

Miners are showing their hearts some love this Valentine’s Day by raising awareness about cardiovascular disease and how it can be prevented. 

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Centennial Speaker Seeks 'Just and Humane' Solutions for Immigration Policy

By Rachel Anna Neff, Ph.D.

UTEP News Service

Allison Brownell Tirres, J.D., Ph.D., assistant professor of law at DePaul University College of Law, combined her interest and training in history and law to explain how the history of immigration law and reform could influence “just and humane solutions” for immigration today. 

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UTEP Celebrates Black History Month

By Lisa Y. Garibay

UTEP News Service

The University of Texas at El Paso’s tradition of welcoming and celebrating diversity continues with its 2014 celebration of Black History Month.

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Public Art Featured During 'Arts on Campus' Walking Tour

By Rachel Anna Neff, Ph.D.

UTEP News Service

The best part about The University of Texas at El Paso’s public art is how anyone can encounter beautiful and interesting pieces at almost every turn: inside the buildings, along the walkways and dotting the roadsides.

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Annual Dance Show to Tell ‘Trials of Pobrero El Campesino’

By Lisa Y. Garibay

UTEP News Service

Hard work, cultivated talent and dedicated leadership keep The University of Texas at El Paso’s Department of Theatre and Dance on par with the University’s innovation.

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