EDITORIAL: Millennium Scholarship: a temporary solution

Nevada’s college students were thrown a life raft this past week, as the Legislature’s Interim Finance Committee unanimously decided to save the Millennium Scholarship in its current form. Until the committee’s meeting, it appeared that the Millennium Scholarship would be

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Millennium Scholarship safe through spring


 Millennium Scholarship safe through spring
Unallotted funds from College Savings Board transferred as stopgap

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The end of The Ride

Campus shuttle cancelled to save money

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Activists shake up Vegas

Local trio Pan De Sal talks politics, celebrates new album

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Christ, the Dark Knight?

Making the Christian faith relevant in the 21st century What if Christopher Nolan made a biblical spin-off to his 2008 box-office sensation, “The Dark Knight,” and based it in the year 33 A.D.? Sound outrageous? Allow me to explain. Lately,

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CSUN appoints Goldman, Guidry


CSUN appoints Goldman, Guidry

Former presidential candidate given prime position

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Durant and Curry lead lackluster USA team

USA Basketball lacks defensive effort in annual scrimmage

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A new age of TV news

Remembering Walter Cronkite, when news reporting was unbiased and impersonal One year after Walter Cronkite passed away, we are reminded of the era that he left behind. Cronkite is remembered most for his straightforward and largely-unbiased news reporting. Nearly every

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