Students presented with ways to get involved

The union was flooded with campus groups At the beginning of each fall semester, the Student Union is flooded with members of student organizations, each trying to recruit incoming freshmen and other students. This is the Involvement Fair.

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9/11: Seven years later

The terrorist attacks of 2001 left a lasting impression on students and faculty Every American remembers where they were the morning of Sept. 11, 2001.

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TECHNOLOGY CORNER: Chrome added to Repertoire

There’s no doubt that Google has provided the world with some amazing things — Google Maps, Google Docs and a competitive, comprehensive search engine.

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Finding beauty in the Las Vegas Strip

Las Vegas Boulevard isn’t as culturally stagnant as residents like to argue UNLV has one hell of a backyard.

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Sprint retail outlet opens in Student Union

Scarlet and gray receives a dash of yellow and black this semester when The Sprint Store at UNLV opens in the student union.

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'We don't just volunteer. We serve'

Rebel Service Council promotes community service, educational activities Rebel Service Council and Labor of Love participants started their semester community service activities with foodservice duties for residents at the Harry Levy Gardens.

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University highlights student success, research

Students, faculty and staff gathered in anticipation Tuesday to hear President David B. Ashley’s annual State of the University address.

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UNLV picks Sprint over campus involvement

University, not students, to blame for apathetic reputation of school community It’s an argument as old as the university itself: UNLV is a commuter campus filled with apathetic students who couldn’t care less about the university. While there’s no denying

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Getting settled in Greenspun

Finally, professors and staff move into new Greenspun Hall The start of the new semester spurred more confusion than just where to park as Urban Affairs

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