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Day 32: UTEP Yearbooks

By on November 30, 2013

Today is Day 32 in the Countdown to UTEP’s Centennial Year. Did you know UTEP’s yearbooks were titled Flowsheet? UTEP published the Flowsheet as the school’s official yearbook from 1922 to 1972. In 1921 the school had been included in the main

UTEP History Resources on Digital Commons

By on August 30, 2013

As part of its contribution to the commemoration of the UTEP Centennial, the UTEP Library Special Collections Department has recently created a site in our institutional repository, Digital Commons, to house newly digitized yearbooks, serials, NOVA issues, and books about

Tabulating a Legacy: The Flowsheet, 1922-1972

By on November 19, 2012

UTEP published the Flowsheet as the school’s official yearbook from 1922 to 1972. In 1921 the school had been included in the main yearbook of the University of Texas, the Cactus; however, the campuses of the College of Mines in

Hudspeth Hall- “Buckingham Palace to some, a hovel to others”

By on June 26, 2012

As the population of students at the Texas College of Mines and Metallurgy (now UTEP) grew the need for more residential halls increased. In 1947 construction began on a two new dormitories. The new residency hall for men was to