The University of Texas at El Paso's Centennial story could not be told without including the century-long athletics program at the school.
Ray Sanchez, a longtime sports writer and columnist in El Paso, will discuss and sign copies of his newest book, “The Good, the Bad and the Funny of El Paso Sports History.”
UTEP and the Junior League celebrated big anniversaries at the Centennial Museum.
Today is Day 64 in the Countdown to UTEP’s Centennial Year. The 1966 victory of the Texas Western Miners over the Kentucky Wildcats at the NCAA Basketball Championship has inspired people to write books and make movies about the historic
Today is Day 83 in the Countdown to UTEP’s Centennial Year. Chile Con Queso is a popular snack here in the borderland, but did you know the Kingdom of Bhutan with which UTEP shares a special relationship with has its
EL PASO, TX (KTSM) — UTEP is kicking off its 100 day countdown to its centennial year celebration. There will be plenty of activities, like free food, entertainment, and giveaways on the UTEP Centennial Museum lawn, but the one event that
Join us as we begin the 100-day countdown to UTEP’s Centennial Year. The event starts at 11 am in front of the Centennial Museum and will feature free food, entertainment and giveaways! A big surprise for UTEP will also be
By Lisa Y. Garibay UTEP News Service Academic, community and Centennial pride were abundant at a special event held Sept. 19 for a group of invited guests who were treated to a sneak peak of UTEP’s new Welcome Center inside
Tonight, a special event provided a sneak preview into the new Welcome Center at the Centennial Museum. First, a crowd assembled in the courtyard by the UGCL to hear President Natalicio comment on UTEP’s present success and coming Centennial Celebration.