Hispanic Link

Alejandra Matos

Alejandra Matos is a sophomore at UTEP majoring in Print Media with a minor in Graphic Design. She plans to continue her education upon graduation from UTEP and attain a graduate degree in Investigative Journalism. Alejandra became a summer intern for Borderzine in 2009. She graduated from Franklin High School in El Paso, Texas, where she was the editor in chief for the newspaper and yearbook and received multiple reorganizations and awards from the National Scholastic Press Association and Columbia Scholastic Press Association.17 Articles

Luis Hernandez

Born in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. A Multimedia Journalism graduate of UT El Paso with a minor in Film studies.16 Articles

Ken Hudnall

author and radio talkshow host16 Articles

Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera

Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor & Chair at the Department of Government at the University of Texas Brownsville.14 Articles

Myriam Cruz

Sergio Chapa

Sergio Chapa is a reporter for KGBT-TV.13 Articles

Aaron Montes

Multimedia journalist Aaron J. Montes covers socio-economic and political stories on the U.S. / Mexico border. He also works for Voices of NY as a social media consultant. He previously interned with NBC's local owned TV stations working on the national desk at Rockefeller Center in New York. He also worked as a social media manager and consultant as a college assistant at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. He is a former city editor of, a bilingual online news magazine at UT El Paso. He worked as a photo editor and multimedia editor for The Prospector, UT El Paso's daily newspaper from spring 2012 to fall 2013. In the spring of 2014, Montes trained with Charlie Ericksen as a reporter for Hispanic Link News Service as part of a Scripps Howard Semester in Washington. He also was a reporter intern for Newspaper Tree, a non-profit news outlet in El Paso, TX, summer 2014. He won 11 awards in the 2014 Texas Intercollegiate Press Association contest, including one first place award for Cover Design.13 Articles

George Thomson

I've lived on the border in Ambos Nogales for 25 years. Me encanta la vida fronteriza. I'm a high school teacher, writer and photgrapher in Nogales, AZ. Please see my photography at: Articles

Raymundo Aguirre

Raymundo Aguirre grew up in San Elizario, a few miles outside of El Paso, Texas. Because both of his parents came to the United States from Mexico, he would often cross back and forth between El Paso and Ciudad Juárez on trips and to visit family members. It became harder and rarer to do so with the increase in the death count and fear of violence across the border. As a student of the University of Texas at El Paso, he discovered a taste for writing. He declared his major under the Department of Bilingual Creative Writing. To pursue a greater understanding of photography, he began to involve himself more and more in multimedia classes and ultimately declared it his minor. He began writing, taking photos and creating videos for the local online publication With his newfound taste for journalism, Aguirre began working for the school newspaper, The Prospector. Although initially only a contributing photographer, he later became a full-time staff and sports photographer. Aguirre was also a photographer for the bilingual UTEP publication Minero Magazine and followed the local Battle of the Bands for the fall semester issue. Through an internship with the freelance reporter Monica Ortiz Uribe, Aguirre discovered the diversity and real life applications of journalism. Because Uribe focused on radio broadcast, he discovered the creativity allowed by the natural sounds in life and voice. His enthusiasm for journalism increased a step at a time, he currently freelances for local magazines and newspapers; his camera forever slung across the shoulder.12 Articles

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