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Tim Hardaway and the power of change

A hateful anti-gay comment almost eclipsed Tim Hardaway’s basketball legacy. The former UTEP star committed to changing himself, and finally made it to the Basketball Hall of Fame.

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The week ahead

The Week Ahead: UTEP, EPCC see slight enrollment drop

Both the University of Texas at El Paso and El Paso Community College reported a slight drop in student enrollment for this fall compared to last year; also, a second monkeypox case has been confirmed in El Paso.




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