Teaching turns green

Turning teaching green
Continuing the university’s efforts to promote eco-friendly living, experts from throughout the state flocked to UNLV to discuss the place of sustainability in K-16 education.

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Cronis surprises, picks ticket

Cronis surprises, picks ticket
In a move that re-established his political leanings in last year’s race, Student Body President Adam Cronis selected his running mates for the 2009 – 2010 CSUN executive board.

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Student leaders define GPA standards

Student leaders update standards
In response to controversy surrounding the failure of a number of directors and senators to meet GPA standards in their grades for the fall semester, three committees and the Senate have been working to clarify the rules regarding GPA requirements for serving in student government.

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Fresno State tops tennis team

The 72nd ranked UNLV men’s tennis team lost their third straight match to fall to 9-5 after starting the season 5-0. The Rebels were defeated by 40th-ranked Fresno State in a 5-2 match on Saturday.

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Student engineers good will

Sumit Puri relocated from India in 2008, finds great success

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Editorial: Support for free student press

The Daily Emerald describes itself as “the independent student newspaper of the University of Oregon.” However the true independence of the paper is now being questioned.

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Lady Rebs' upset falls flat

Aztecs overcome UNLV rally, teams prep for tourney

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Lady Rebs' upset falls flat

Aztecs overcome UNLV rally, teams prep for tourney

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'The Vegas You Don't Know'

Student photography exhibit shows another side of Sin City

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'The Vegas You Don't Know'

Student photography exhibit shows another side of Sin City

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