Una ola de color naranja, comida, música y celebración, formaron parte ayer del tradicional evento ‘Minerpalooza’ que en esta ocasión fue nombrado como la ‘Fiesta del Siglo’ de la Universidad de Texas en El Paso (UTEP).
The 24th Annual Minerpalooza pep rally Friday night kicks off the first home game for the Miner football team against Texas Tech.
The Mining Minds pickaxe sculpture at UTEP’s University Avenue roundabout will be illuminated in blue and orange Friday, Sept. 5, to celebrate this year’s Minerpalooza, the “Party of the Century.”
The University of Texas at El Paso welcomes back all Miners and UTEP fans alike for the dawn of a new semester and the start of football season. Celebrating its Centennial and already moving well into the next 100 years, UTEP amps up its traditional pep rally as it prepares for Minerpalooza 2014, the “Party of the Century.”
The University of Texas at El Paso is pleased to host Minerpalooza, the largest pep rally in the Paso del Norte region, 6 p.m. to midnight Friday, Sept. 5 at the P-9 parking lot north of Sun Bowl Stadium on the UTEP campus.
Here is what you need to know about what is happening at the University of Texas at El Paso.
Since it began 24 years ago, Minerpalooza has become the largest, loudest and most energetic pep rally in El Paso. In honor of its Centennial year, UTEP is preparing to make Minerpalooza 2014 the “Party of the Century” on Friday, Sept.5.
In honor of The University of Texas at El Paso's Centennial Celebration, this year's Minerpalooza will be "The Party of the Century."
Today is Day 61 in the Countdown to UTEP’s Centennial Year. Like other universities around the country, UTEP is home to a number of traditions. Commencement is regarded as the greatest tradition at UTEP, celebrating the achievements of new graduates.
UTEP fans across the borderland are invited to celebrate the new school year and Miner football season during Minerpalooza 2013.