Laying Down Roots with Sleepspent

Laying Down Roots with Sleepspent

By: Krysta Ayers What usually pulls us into following a band and listening to their songs on repeat is relatability. If we can put their lyrics under our Instagram photos, or listen to one of their songs after a breakup, that is usually what makes us add them to our...
Hotel Indigo El Paso x ASOS  A Marriage in Design

Hotel Indigo El Paso x ASOS A Marriage in Design

By: Krysta Ayers   It’s hard to think of El Paso from an outsider’s perspective when you’re from here and resided here for the majority of your life. What attracts people to us? What do people traveling on business take notice of? Do they think our sunsets are the...
Minerva Genetics: Health in Knowledge

Minerva Genetics: Health in Knowledge

By: Stephanie Aviles Photos By: John Horta Entering the Cardwell Collaborative Center, you are greeted by the warmth of the natural lighting coming from the glass walls surrounding their lobby. You are also greeted by polite security detail with the most infectious...
UTEP’s The Importance of Being Earnest

UTEP’s The Importance of Being Earnest

By: Krysta Ayers On October 8, the UTEP Department of Theatre and Dance put on a production of Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest.” Directed by Kim McKean, and shown at the William and Marie Wise Family Theatre, it was a beautifully done—and...
Wilco Rocks the Chavez Theater

Wilco Rocks the Chavez Theater

By: Michael C. Graham Wednesday evening, the alternative rock band Wilco performed an absolutely amazing 26 song, two-encore set in front of an incredibly high-energy crowd at the Abraham Chavez Theater. The crowd, clearly a mix of long time Wilco faithful and newer...