Laura Acosta is a writer in UTEP's Office of University Communications.
Engineering students at The University of Texas at El Paso have kissed the University's version of the Blarney Stone, whitewashed the "M" on the mountain near the Sun Bowl, and engaged in various feats of agility, strength and cunning to honor the University's mining heritage during the Texas College of Mines Day, or TCM Day, for nearly 100 years.
Celebrated each year in March in observance of St. Patrick’s Day, TCM Day is the oldest continuous student tradition at UTEP.
Miners are showing their hearts some love this Valentine’s Day by raising awareness about cardiovascular disease and how it can be prevented.
The architecture tour is the first in a yearlong series of new, themed walking tours of campus offering the public an intimate look at different segments of the University.
Nearly all of the university's 97 buildings are characterized by high inward sloping walls and flared rooftops, which resemble the structures throughout Bhutan's rugged mountain terrain.
The University of Texas at El Paso rang in “The Year of the Miner” in grand style.Celebrations included the highly anticipated arrival of the first babies of the Centennial year. The firstborn baby at each of El Paso’s major hospitals
The problem with Mexico’s drug cartels will not be solved without social fabric interventions, said Ricardo C. Ainslie, a professor in the Department of Educational Psychology at The University of Texas at Austin. Ainslie was the first speaker of UTEP’s
New students at The University of Texas at El Paso and their families will be officially welcomed to the UTEP family at the inaugural New Miner Convocation – a celebration that will introduce new Miners to the University’s traditions of
Surrounded by dozens of his fellow Miners, Joe Bejarano, a 1984 UTEP graduate, decided that this year’s UTEP Alumni “PICK-NIC” was the perfect romantic spot for him to surprise Carmen Jaime – a Texas Longhorn – with an engagement ring.