UNLV alum Campbell takes 2nd in Masters

Chad Campbell loses in playoff holding two-day lead

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Local BBQ place in pits

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Adam’s Ribs, a barbecue restaurant frequented by UNLV students, has been pushed into temporary closure due to economic pressures.

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Festival unites cultures on campus

Bringing UNLV’s diverse communities together in one place is no small task, but this year’s Unity Fest is big enough to meet the challenge.

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Students take a stride for cancer

Students take a stride for cancer
Superhero-themed Relay for Life takes off Friday

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Rebels pick up win over SDSU

UNLV wins first game against Aztecs on the season

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A taste of Indian culture

Indian Student Association brings traditional culture, community to UNLV

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Editorial: Cuts to K-12 will hurt all Nevadans

Budget cuts are not just going to devastate the Nevada System of Higher Education, they have also already begun to pick apart the K-12 school system in the Silver State.

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Raising the issue: wireless dead zones and security

Despite rising technology fees, network incomplete, unsecured

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Tiger Army performs only show of year in Vegas

Some bands prefer quality to quantity.  This might be Tiger Army’s new philosophy toward tour dates.

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Keeping the Faith: Sometimes faith trumps need for reason

According to traditional Christianity, Jesus died on Good Friday and was rasied from death on Easter Sunday morning, completing Old Testament prophecies and Jewish law by remaining buried for three days and three nights.

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