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Emilia Zubia is a bilingual multimedia journalism student with a minor in creative writing at University of Texas at El Paso. Even though born in El Paso, Texas, Zubia spent 8 years living in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico before moving back to El Paso. She has published her short story “The Long Way Home” at the Chrysalis 2016 for EPCC. Emilia is currently working with Minero Magazine as a writer and contributor. Before graduating from UTEP she plans of getting internships and to publish more of her work in various news outlets. Zubia plans to become a broadcasting journalist working locally in her beloved city of El Paso.

Restaurants are ditching traditional menus for new QR Codes

El Paso, TEXAS- Restaurants are adapting new ways to keep customers safe from the coronavirus as CDC allows restaurants to open 75% capacity since September 17. As Texas Governor, Greg Abbott placed new standard health protocols as precautions in order to keep people safe, such as staying 6 feet apart, hand sanitation among points of … More

Pozole Season

EL PASO, Texas — As chills sets in and fall arrives on the border, so does the beloved tradition of making pozole. Elva “Raquel” Salas, 60, sells pozole cooked from home on weekends after a full time job to earn extra money. The mother of three and grandmother of eight works at a power plant … More

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