From today's press release:
Directed by Zita Arocha, Borderzine began as an El Paso student publication at the University in 2007. Now with its national reach, the online magazine will expand to develop a pipeline of student contributors from other universities that serve large Hispanic communities. Imperial Valley College in Southern California, which has an 80 percent Hispanic student body, is Borderzine's first official partner.
The magazine will focus on issues affecting border communities, be they geographical or cultural.
What would you like to see these student contributors research?