Governor requests higher ed waiver

Governor Jim Gibbons formally asked that Nevada be made exempt from the requirement for states to bring higher education funding to 2006 levels in order to be eligible for federal funds.

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Greek family plans to adopt

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The UNLV Greek community is adopting new brothers and sisters next year. As fraternities and sororities vie for acceptance, the Multicultural Greek Council faces a choice between several qualified applicants. The MGC hopes to add two organizations to its current five next year.

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Cronis talks to students, reaffirms commitment

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Student Body President Adam Cronis fielded questions related to his decision to run for a second term as student body president, discussing several of the projects he wants to see implemented.

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Home runs lead Rebels to win

Rebels drill four homers in win over Air Force

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Editorial: Rebels must yell louder

We hope you already know this, but wouldn’t blame you if you didn’t. CSUN is planning another budget cut protest rally for Thursday.

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Students feel the burn

Candlelight yoga mixes meditation with popular workout

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Senate goes back to basics

Student government retreat goes over rules, builds bonds

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Obscure band wins new fans at Blue October show

Main event satisfies but unknown opening act Ours truly rocks

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Letters: Regarding free scantrons

To the Editor, As I flip through the freshly placed Rebel Yell I stumble across a letter to the editor [March 16]. In it, you express your anger and concern at having “to pay an additional 42 cents for scantrons.”

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Professor pedals green practices

New faculty member promotes safe bike transportation

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