IN BRIEF

Women’s soccer re-bounds with two straight wins After a loss to Robert Morris, the Rebels have posted two-straight victories including a 3-1 victory over Northern Colorado on Thursday. The victory gives the Rebels (8-2-1) eight wins before the month of

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Both running mates are inadequate

At first, this article was going to address the current set of presidential candidates, and the disparity between them and their chosen running mates. However, the more research I did on the two potential vice presidents, the more a different

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Women's volleyball gains win, loss

The UNLV women’s volleyball team extended their winning streak, taking down the TCU Horned Frogs 3-1 at the Cox Pavilion on Thursday night. This win followed the Rebels’ successful weekend with 3 victories, all won in 3-0 sets and a

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Cannon remains in enemy hands

The wheels that fell off on Saturday night were meant to be the wheels of the Fremont Cannon

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Rebel hockey crushes Utah

In the opening period of the Rebels’ hockey season, they scored more goals than they’d need to for two full games.

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Shedding labels, celebrating culture

“Spaces of Resistance” was the title of this year’s Latina/o Heritage Month Celebration at UNLV. Revolution was certainly on the minds of many as the message sent to those who attended showed how students can freely express themselves and resist

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ED'S WORLD: Wile E. Coyote as American as it gets

One question from my childhood has never been satisfactorily explained, and bothers me to this day. Why did Wile E. Coyote continue to purchase all his products from ACME? They obviously never worked, and usually resulted in him falling off

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UNLV Jazz jams with legends

This is not a concert review. The audience already knew going into Ham Hall Thursday night that the jazz faculty, students and guest musicians were going to impress them.

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That's what she said: Playing therapist not worth it

Being a friend often means being a therapist— listening to friends’ problems, attempting to guide them toward rational decisions and handing over the tissue (and a quart of ice cream) when necessary. Most of us don’t mind being ‘there’ for

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Re-envisioning the world through structures and art

Architecture. The word incites visions of straight lines, Grecian columns, blueprints and buildings. However, these images are not what dominate the school of architecture’s student art show this year. Tucked away in a far corner of campus, the architectural studies

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