The Prospector – Digitized and Searchable

By on March 11, 2013

In the past, we have been able to search back files of The Prospector only on, but, as a special UTEP Centennial Project, the Library has contracted with Heritage Archives to do a special Prospector-only site, digitizing more of the student paper from our microfilm. On the new site, open to the public, 37,072 pages of The Prospector have been loaded so far.  I tried a couple of searches, and they seem to work well.   Try the site for yourselves, and keep watching for new additions and changes.  This site should be open to everyone, not just those with access to the site.

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Claudia Rivers is the head of the C.L. Sonnichsen Special Collections Department of the UTEP Library. She earned both her BA and MLIS degrees at the University of Texas at Austin, and worked at the Benson Latin American Collection there before coming to El Paso in 1992. Her interests include the history of the Southwest and Mexico, ancient Meso-America, and detective fiction.