When a celebrity commits suicide, there is worldwide coverage of the story. Blogs are written detailing the pain that celebrity was going through and links to suicide prevention are trotted out. But what happens when the person in pain isn't a celebrity. Local news outlets have a long-standing policy of not reporting on suicides, so the discovery of a body hanging from a tree on the UTEP campus, went unreported. The question is, why is an anonymous person less important than a celebrity?
Mary L. Peyton Foundation and UTEP are making it possible for current undergraduate students to continue their education with scholarships that will allow the students to pay off their balances and register for the summer and/or fall semesters.
A finals week tradition is going to be “eggs”tra special as UTEP’s Department of Residence Life will host this semester’s Midnight Breakfast at a new location in honor of the University’s Centennial Celebration.
More than 2,700 students will celebrate their graduation on Saturday, May 17 at 7 p.m. at Sun Bowl Stadium. If you're going to the UTEP graduation ceremonies, make sure you check here to get directions, parking, and traffic information.
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