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Wednesday, November 20

Exhibit: “The Town and the Smelter”

Aug. 29, 2019 – Jan. 25, 2020. Exhibit: “The Town and the Smelter.” ASARCO and the community of Smeltertown (La Esmelda) were symbiotically connected and...

International Cultural Festival

UTEP is celebrating its annual International Cultural Festival Nov. 18-22. Monday, November 18 International Food Fair Tomas Rivera Conference...

National Chicano Student Walkouts: Reflection, Analysis and Assessment Conference.

Nov. 20 – 23, 2019. National Chicano Student Walkouts: Reflection, Analysis and Assessment Conference. The University of Texas at San Antonio – Downtown...

Orange & Brew Coffee Tour

The Student Engagement & Leadership Center presents Orange & Brew Coffee Tour Wednesdays 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. Wear orange to receive free coffee! Sept. 18...

Brian Maguire: Scenes of Absence

An exploration of both violence and the drug trade based in part on Maguire’s multiple visits to Ciudad Juárez over the course of 10 years, where he formed...

Total Collapse: Clay in the Contemporary Past

Total Collapse: Clay in the Contemporary Past presents a group of artists/collaboratives who present diverse and experimental developments in the field of...

The Lhakhang Cultural Exhibit

The beautiful Lhakhang sits proudly on UTEP’s Centennial Plaza, surrounded by dozens of other buildings in the Bhutanese architectural style. It is a...

Miner Pick

Knowing how credit works and how it can help your specific needs and goals is a great way to build your financial confidence. In this workshop, we will help...

Book Talk on Dolores Huerta:  Si, Ella Puede

Stacey Sowards, Ph.D., will give a presentation on her new 2019 book, ¡Sí, Ella Puede!: The Rhetorical Legacy of Dolores Huerta and the United Farm Workers...

Wednesday, November 20