Women's soccer stymied at home

Colonials hand Rebels second loss of season After a seemingly dominant offensive performance, the UNLV Rebels Women’s Soccer team (6-2-1) failed to come out with a victory over the Robert Morris Colonials (3-3) losing, 2-1.

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Clubs host first debate of series

UNLV College Republicans and Young Democrats discuss the issues With the presidential election season well underway, members of the College Republicans and the Young Democrats met Wednesday to debate in the Student Union Theatre.

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Third parties highlighted at conference

Libertarian, Constitution candidates speak The Conservative Leadership Conference, hosted at the Tuscany Suites Resort this weekend, has sent third party supporters flocking to Las Vegas.

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ALBUM REVIEWS: Some good, some bad and some local

DragonForce “Ultra Beatdown” In an alternate universe where being annoying is the key to musical greatness, DragonForce reigns supreme. On the highway to obnoxiousness, DragonForce thrusts full speed ahead with one headache-inducing aural assault after the other, exceeding terminal velocity

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Free DVD fosters anti-Muslim sentiment

Reemergence of controversial documentary targets voters in key swing states

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'Parking' nature on the asphalt

Students plant a little nature in metered parking spots to advocate use of less lots It’s a jungle out there, and Friday students at UNLV’s American Society of Landscape Architects brought a bit of the jungle to the city.

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Pledges prepare at sorority orientation

Fall Greek Life recruitment weekend commences Students gathered Thursday evening in the Student Union theater for the fall semester Sorority Recruitment Orientation, preparing students for the pledge process that took place this weekend.

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GREEN NOTES: Have more drive to save more money

Whether you’re concerned with saving gas money or polar bears, here are some tips to use less energy Question: I would love to help the environment (and my wallet) by using less gas, but let’s face it — I’m a

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Feeling apathetic toward the presidential election

While many students enthusiastically endorse their candidate of choice, others feel disillusioned With Election Day rapidly approaching, (to be honest, though, it’s approaching at the same speed dates always approach) many Americans are still unsure of the political fate of

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WineAffair a success for hotel college

The inaugural UNLV Wine Affair was a successful soiree for the hotel college and learning experience for students and guests alike.

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