UTEP’s first winning season in nine years ended with a 7-6 record.
Graduates belonging to the Winter 2014 class helped bring The University of Texas at El Paso’s Centennial Year to a close on Saturday, Dec. 13. Approximately 2,300 Miners participated in the day’s three Commencement celebrations.
Students getting ready for their final exams participated in exercise designed to help them relax and take a break from all that studying. They launched the Centennial time capsule, which will document all of the changes on campus.
Being part of a Greek organization at UTEP is about growing as an individual and giving back to the community, and it has been part and parcel of the University’s rich 100-year history.
Students of the Centennial are pushing through and close to the end of their hard work for this semester.
The University of Texas at El Paso’s big fundraising campaign has reached its goal of raising $200 million.
Students of the Centennial kick off #CaptureABurro today, a game designed to create more awareness about the Student Time Capsule.
Homecoming was a whole different kind of celebration at UTEP this year, as the university also marked its founding in 1914.
The Student Time Capsule was created by students for students to document their achievements at UTEP.