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Oozeball gets sloppy

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Event not as entertaining as in past

UNLV to promote diversity

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Student Diversity Programs and Services hosted the New Beginnings Mixer at the Student Union Thursday.

Veteran reporter discusses media

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Emmy Award winner Daniel Schorr addresses problems in media

Men's soccer drops second straight game to Gonzaga

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Rebels lose opening game of UNLV Nike Invitational

THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID: Just say 'no'

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Don’t get yourself into trouble by agreeing to an undesirable date

UNLV certifies travelers at passport day

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International programs host event for students to prepare for travel

UNLV football changes minds… for a week

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By now I’m sure you’ve heard the news, UNLV football has pulled off one of the greatest upsets in school history. I don’t want to call it one of the greatest upsets in NCAA football history because that may ...

Gender variance is not a disorder

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Classifying transgender people as having a mental disability ignores society’s intolerant attitudes

IN BRIEF: Pedestrian enforcement is answer to fatalities

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Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, along with other law enforcement agencies in Nevada, vamped up enforcement of pedestrian and street traffic laws on two occasions this month.

ED'S WORLD: Large Hadron Collider: we're all going to die

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Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the LHC
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