Accreditation in crisis

Accreditation in crisis Chancellor Jim Rogers’ most recent memorandum to the Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents discussed the threats posed to accreditation of Nevada’s schools.

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Piecing the community together

Piecing the community together The department of special education, along with the office of the vice president for diversity and inclusion are offering a program to run from March 2 to April 27 in the new Multicultural Center, to creates dialogue between groups that have historically been in conflict.

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Asking why humans kill

Barrick Lecture Series hosts UC, Berkeley professor to discuss “Sex and War”

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New center brings multicultural flair

It has been a long time coming, but multiculturalism has an official home at UNLV with yesterday’s grand opening of the Multicultural Center-Centro Multicultural.

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Editorial: Center-Centro defeats Inclusion-Inclusión

Education is the foundation of open-mindedness. As UNLV makes strides toward greater diversity and inclusion, we must remember that our efforts should be directed toward benefiting the environment in which we learn.

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Students crowned pageant queens

UNLV students use titles to support community platforms

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From the Top Rope: The 'Wrestler' loses, Jericho wins

In times of economic hardship, people need escape in addition to food and water. They need something to immerse themselves in to help them, however briefly, forget about their problems in life. That is why movie sales increase during times

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Oscars disappoint

In a notably lackluster year for movies, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences had quite the dilemma on their hands when handing out this year’s Oscars.

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Utah rolls past Rebels

Utes pick up eighth straight, Rebels stay in fifth place

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