A newspaper advertisement enticed the son of a Kansas chicken farmer to enroll in a new mining school in far West Texas.
UTEP faced Utah St. at the Gildan New Mexico Bowl in Albuquerque, NM on Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014.
A new collection of thousands of historical records and documents from the former ASARCO site in the UTEP Library's Special Collections Department is offering a unique insight into the plant's operations and employees from the late 1800s to the 1990s.
The Centennial Year is coming to a close. The university will be closed for the holiday break, but some Communication Graduate Students will be spreading the holiday cheer to children in the hospital. Check out what is happening this week in the celebration.
UTEP’s first winning season in nine years ended with a 7-6 record.
El Paso historian Cleofas Calleros was born in Chihuahua, April 9, 1896. His family immigrated to El Paso in 1902. He received his formal education from Sacred Heart School where he graduated the eighth grade in 1911 as valedictorian of
"It will serve, this time capsule, as a window to the past, a time when we're recognized as a national leader in higher education." Dr. Diana Natalicio, President of The University of Texas at El Paso
Learn more about how you can attend the Gildan New Mexico Bowl and read more about the Centennial year coming to an end.
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.