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Baseball, Sports

Rebels turn their attention to red-hot Air Force

  The schedule that has become tougher than any in recent memory is in full swing for the No. 16/20 UNLV baseball team (25-12 overall, 13-5 Mountain West). The Rebels lost to Arizona State (20-14) on Tuesday 5-2 at Packard Stadium after dropping the third ...

UNLV President Donald Snyder (middle) speaks during discussions about UNLV Now in front of the Campus Improvement Authority Board at the Foundations Building on Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2014
News

When it comes to campus stadium, student feedback hard to find

  Since the idea of bringing football back on UNLV grounds was first proposed about three years ago, administrators and higher education officials have lauded the idea of building an on-campus stadium. Recently, so has the resort industry. But students haven’t shown the same enthusiasm. Recommendations ...

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A+E, Food

Despite crowded venue, UNLVino’s ‘Bubblicious’ a success

  It was a champagne supernova spectacle at the Venetian Hotel and Casino Friday night. The four-day food and spirit extravaganza known as UNLVino celebrated its 40th anniversary this past week, and saved the “bubbly” for Friday at 7 p.m. “Bubblicious – Champagne under the stars ...

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Opinion

The rare art of thinking for yourself

  In a world run by consumerism and controlled by trending social views, a group emerges as particularly impressionable and detrimental in its power to effectively change societal structures. This group is that of the uninformed and the apathetic. It is important to take note ...

NEWS

Campus-wide WIFI coming this May

Campus-wide WIFI coming this May

  An effort to revitalize the university’s WiFi system is finally coming together after months of planning and implementation. CSUN, which funded a plan to provide a much needed improvement to the existing network on campus, announced that ...

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UNLV team places second in regional advertising competition

UNLV team places second in regional advertising competition

  UNLV advertising students placed second in a regional marketing competition last week. The university team beat out seven others from the southwest region, losing only to UCLA. Last year the team from UNLV’s Hank Greenspun School of ...

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Community to honor retiring Harter at May reception

Community to honor retiring Harter at May reception

  In honor of lifelong Rebel and UNLV advocate Carol Harter’s retirement at the end of the semester, a reception will be held on campus in May. Harter, who served as UNLV president from 1995 to 2006, has ...

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LIFE + STYLE

How to create dorm room goodies

How to create dorm room goodies

  Somewhere along the line, saving money and eating right became a pair of lofty goals for those of us giving it the old college a try. Commuters can cook for themselves at home should they choose, ...

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Hair be gone

Hair be gone

  As the beautiful Vegas weather grows progressively warmer, clothing choices grow progressively scanter. Whether you are in a tank top, shorts, or a bathing suit, the common factor in all looks is how your skin looks ...

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Relay for Life returns to UNLV

Relay for Life returns to UNLV

  We’ve all heard it before: The dreaded “c” word. Science tells us it’s is an uncontrollable growth of cells, and human cells live, die and regenerate regularly. Don’t be fooled — cell death is just about ...

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A + E

Coachella Caravan: Concert reviews

Coachella Caravan: Concert reviews

  Lana Del Rey Lana Del Rey filled the walls of The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan with her timeless voice and tongue-in-cheek songs as she played for a sold out show on April 11. Del Rey began with one of her most well-known pieces “Young and Beautiful,” a

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Second annual solo, ensemble festival showcases CCSD dancers

Second annual solo, ensemble festival showcases CCSD dancers

  Students from across the Las Vegas Valley came together Monday night at UNLV to showcase the best dancers from the 41st annual Clark County School District (CCSD) Dance Festival. This year, 17 schools participated in the CCSD Dance Festival that was held in March at Centennial High

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Another Coachella survival guide: 2014 edition

Another Coachella survival guide: 2014 edition

  This Friday marks the inaugural day of activities for the famed two-weekend extravaganza known to music fans as the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Due to Coachella being located in Indio, Calif. its close proximity attracts many people from the West Coast. UNLV students and Las

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Rebel Yell sits down with local band Guts

Rebel Yell sits down with local band Guts

  With a newly formed lineup, Vegas band Guts have big plans for the future. The band formed in 2012, naming themselves after the 1990s show Nickelodeon

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The Rotten Tomatometer: Scoop

The Rotten Tomatometer: Scoop

  ROTTEN TOMATOES RATING: 40% Woody Allen has been writing prominent roles for strong-willed and independent women for about 40 years now. But what would happen if

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SPORTS

Rebels look to capitalize against last-place Lobos

Rebels look to capitalize against last-place Lobos

  The UNLV softball team (17-23, 7-5 MW) will try to regroup as they head to Albuquerque to take on a struggling New Mexico (12-27, 3-9 MW) squad in a three-game set starting on Thursday. New Mexico has ...

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Overreactions galore: Takeaways from Spring Showcase

Overreactions galore: Takeaways from Spring Showcase

  The Spring Showcase marked the end of UNLV’s spring practice schedule. With spring ball in the rear-view mirror, it’s the perfect time for overreactions.   Overreaction No. 1 – Nick Sherry has wrapped up the quarterback competition. With an ...

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Rebels take series over Spartans

Rebels take series over Spartans

  A common theme amongst the UNLV baseball team this year has been to protect homefield, better known throughout the Twitterverse with the common hashtag “ProtectEarl”. The No. 17/20 Rebels have done just that, posting an outstanding 15-2 ...

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OPINION

Should students be free to sleep in the library?

Should students be free to sleep in the library?

    PRO: Every day, students who live both on and off campus are worked to the bone in their classes. It can be difficult to get sleep in the midst of all the classes and assignments being thrown ...

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Fact-check before you speak

Fact-check before you speak

  Earlier this month USA Today featured the story “Anti-vaccine movement is giving diseases a 2nd life.” It started out with a description of a funeral. Kathryn Riffenburg had to have a closed casket for her weeks-old son ...

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Overexposing your way to the top

Overexposing your way to the top

  Every single day, I am reminded of the fact that we, as a human race, are doomed. Just a few months ago, the media was enthralled by the story of Belle Knox, the Duke University student who ...

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