The exhibit "Viva la Causa: Forging UTEP's 21st the ongoing Centennial Exhibit Series and will be on display June 7 – Aug. 2 at the Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens, located on the UTEP campus on the corner of University Avenue and Wiggins Road.
The Centennial Museum and Welcome Center will present the newest exhibit in the Centennial Exhibit Series, “Viva La Causa: Forging UTEP’s 21st Century Demographic” with a public reception at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 7.
Photos of beautiful native plants sold at this year's FloraFEST.
The Border Museum Association will celebrate UTEP's Centennial with a special themed "Centennial Connections" scavenger hunt beginning on May 17.
While UTEP remains the only Texas school to win an NCAA basketball championship, a new exhibit on campus demonstrates why the University has many other sources of pride when it comes to the history of its athletes and sports teams.
Guest host Norma Martinez talks with Maribel Villalva, director of the Centennial Museum on the UTEP campus, about the current exhibits at the museum which commemorate the UTEP Centennial. The latest rotating exhibit, “Miner Strong,” pays tribute to a century
As the celebration of UTEP’s Centennial nears, a new exhibit, “Miner Strong: A Century of Sports at UTEP,” opened Dec. 12 at the Centennial Museum and Welcome Center. Designed with UTEP Athletics, the exhibit showcases some of the notable victories
Today is Day 20 in the Countdown to UTEP’s Centennial Year. UTEP Athletics is perhaps best known for the 1966 NCAA Championship Basketball game that made history for not just the university, but for the civil rights movement. However, UTEP’s
Today is Day 30 in the Countdown to UTEP’s Centennial Year. The Chihuahuan Desert Gardens on the UTEP campus are located on the grounds of the Centennial Museum & Welcome Center. The gardens were formally dedicated in 1999 and contain