CSUN President co-signs letter to Trump 1

By: Blaze Lovell CSUN President Carlos Fernandez co-signed a letter to President-elect Donald Trump, according to a press release.   The letter, which includes 51 signatures from student body presidents from around the nation, calls for Trump to support the

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New housing floor to become available next school year

New housing floor to become available next school yearBy Denise Hernandez | December 12th, 2016 During the 2017-2018 academic year, incoming residents will have another option to consider when choosing where to live on campus. Stonewall Suites will be UNLV’s

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Open Studios

Open StudiosBy Alexander Steffanus | December 12th, 2016 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney In a funhouse of imagination, colorful sculptures hung from strings. Rooms were filled with balloons, paint, melted metal and wooden silhouettes of nude subjects. In one room,

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Runnin’ Rebels lose by 49 to No. 5 ranked Duke University

Runnin’ Rebels lose by 49 to No. 5 ranked Duke University By Priscilla Rogers | December 11th, 2016 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney With a much different Duke University Blue Devils squad from the year 1990, the UNLV Rebels got

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Local company provides alternative transportation during special events

Local company provides alternative transportation during special eventsBy Denise Hernandez |December 9th, 2016 A new mode of transportation will be available for guests visiting UNLV’s campus during special events. Wild West Shuttle Co. provides locals and visitors transportation through the

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Advisory board discusses name change, business recruitment

Advisory board discusses name change, business recruitmentBy Jen Chiang |December 7th, 2016 The Scarlet & Gray Free Press will have to include “UNLV” or “University of Nevada, Las Vegas” “in close proximity” to the new name, according to UNLV officials

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UNLV to receive grant for a transportation center

UNLV to receive grant for a transportation center By Denise Hernandez |December 6th, 2016 On Dec. 1, Senator Harry Reid announced that UNLV will be receiving over a million dollars in grant money in order to create a Tier-1 University

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UNLV Performance metrics

UNLV Performance metricsBy Blaze Lovell |December 6th, 2016 UNLV is well on its way to Top Tier. At least, that’s the statement UNLV President Len Jessup has touted almost constantly for the past year. Jessup presented an update on UNLV’s

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UNLV blasted for debate budget

UNLV blasted for debate budgetBy Blaze Lovell |December 6th, 2016 Photo courtesy of Isaac Palestino The final presidential debate at UNLV, which generated a reported $114 million worth of publicity, may have been the most glamorous thing to hit UNLV

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UNLV math instructor faces outrage for Facebook comments

UNLV math instructor faces outrage for Facebook comments By Blaze Lovell |December 1st, 2016 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney UNLV math instructor George Buch came under fire Dec. 1 for Facebook comments directed at undocumented immigrants. Buch’s comments on reporting

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