Skip the Mall and Find Great Holiday Gifts on Campus

By Rachel Anna Neff, Ph.D.

UTEP News Service

As the semester winds down and students finish up their classes and final exams, a sinking feeling might hit the Miner Nation: it’s almost The University of Texas at El Paso’s 100th birthday, and we haven’t gotten anything yet!

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‘A Christmas Carol’ Tradition Brings Holiday Spirit to UTEP

By Adriana Dominguez, Ph.D.

A heartwarming tradition will continue at UTEP when A Christmas Carol opens Dec. 15 for four public performances. The UTEP Department of Theatre and Dance invites the El Paso community to experience this spectacular journey of joy and revelation.

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On The Move: Miner Metro Winter Service Schedule

The following is the Miner Metro Winter service schedule by date:

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Mexico Gifts New Sculpture to UTEP

By Lisa Y. Garibay

UTEP News Service

On a perfect fall afternoon with a backdrop of the U.S.-Mexico border, the UTEP community received their first glimpse of a gift from the people of Mexico commemorating the strong ties between the country and the university.

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Transfer Scholarships Set Students on Path to Success

By Laura L. Acosta

UTEP News Service

The El Paso Community College Transfer Scholarship that Abigail Cano received when she transitioned from EPCC to The University of Texas at El Paso in 2008 paved the way for her rewarding career as a physical therapist.

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Health Promotion Students Sponsor Diabetes Education, Awareness

By Laura L. Acosta

UTEP News Service

With more than 300 million people living with diabetes worldwide, World Diabetes Day on Nov. 14 was an opportunity to engage millions of people across the globe in diabetes awareness and education.

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Impact of Kennedy Assassination Still Resonates after 50 Years

By Daniel Perez

UTEP News Service

Texas Western College alumnus Curtis Spier was a third-year anesthesiology resident on loan from Parkland Memorial Hospital on Nov. 22, 1963, when coincidence made him a witness to a watershed moment in U.S. history.

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Centennial Speaker Provides Positive View of U.S.-Mexico Economic Future

By Rachel Anna Neff

UTEP News Service

The second presentation of the 2013-14 Centennial Lecture series featured Shannon K. O’Neil, Ph.D., who spoke about Mexico’s economic growth since the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) came into effect in 1994.

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