Rebecca Nicole Guerrero

Print Journalist

Location icon United States of America

I was born and raised in the border city El Paso Texas and began my work as a journalist at the University of Texas at El Paso where I earned my bachelor's degree in Organizational and Corporate Communications with a minor in honors and English Rhetoric.

During my time at the UTEP Prospector I moved from News Correspondent to Staff News Reporter, producing roughly three news and entertainment articles a week relevant to the student body. I completed a series detailing El Paso's 2012 congressional election from start to finish, and though I specialize in news articles I have written pieces on a wide variety of topics including entertainment, theater review, politics, economy, activism, and borderland. A piece written about the controversial demolition of the Asarco smokestacks won a state award.

I have been on the forefront of El Paso news for the past four years and I am excited to build on the experience gained at the Prospector in order to continue to serve my community.

I can be reached at [email protected]


News Articles

The Prospector
Kitchen Cures

A UTEP professor brings his cultural heritage into his research in order to tackle Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.

The Prospector
Rally For Farmworkers

The city of El Paso asks for community participation in a food sovereignity call to action rally to aid migrant farm workers.

The Prospector
The Best of 2012

A summary of the top news stories of 2012, with a focus on those that impacted the UTEP student body or city of El Paso.

The Prospector
Supplemental Lifestyles

A look at research concerning the actual value of daily supplements to improve health.

Congressional Election Series

The Prospector
Candidates Prepare for Battle

Local congressional candidates Beto O'Rourke and Barbara Carrasco prepare to vie for political seat.

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