The land of the Thunder Dragon meets the…

Story by Rene Delgadillo Photos by Andres Martinez Students of the University of Texas at El Paso enter and exit the different buildings of their university without noticing the inspiration behind them or their connection to…

Editor’s Note – Fall 2017

In a city where the majority of its people identify as part of the Hispanic and Mexican-American community, it is easier to forget or to realize El Paso is a city with diversity. A diversity…

Un Museo Cambiando a una Comunidad Entera

Por Rene Delgadillo  Diseno Por Vanessa Guevara  Fotographia Por Claudia Hernández y Grecia Sánchez Ciudad Juárez no es un sinónimo de violencia y de crimen, esta es la ciudad en donde la gente planea sueños…

Abuse at the ports of entry

By Christian Vasquez        Photography By Andres Martinez For five years, Moisés Esparza crossed the Stanton Street Port of Entry Bridge almost every day. Moisés was six months away from achieving his dream of…

Being gringo in El Chuco: A minority population…

Story by Adrian Broaddus Design by Jacobo de la Rosa Raised in a conservative household, politics and ethics were instilled into Yussef Luna’s everyday behavior. Yussef, a junior political science major, is constantly advocating for conservative values…

The Demonstration Effect and Women in Politics

Story By  Julia Hettiger  Illustrations and Design by Jacobo de la Rosa With just a simple movement, a whole row of dominoes can go tumbling–one by one knocking each other down. This is known as…

Crecer donde estás plantado

This is our experience. Photos by  Fernando Enriquez, Michaela Roman, Flor Flores, Kristopher Rivera This fall, UTEP received a No. 7 national ranking by Washington Monthly mainly because it enrolls a large majority of students…