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The cost of being a student 0

Rising tuition costs have sent students scrambling to find ways to balance their budget. For some, this has meant picking up a part-time job. For others, taking time off of school to work was a better option. “I go to

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UNLV student has his eye on television

Desola Balogun sits in the crowded room of a San Diego Paul Mitchell salon, studying the faces of the roughly 200 men who sit among him. The 20-year-old UNLV student has journeyed to the beach-side city for the opportunity to

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How UNLV compares to other institutions 1

According to U.S. News, here’s how UNLV stacks up against established Tier-1 schools:   UNLV -The university has a total of 23,099 undergraduate students. -Students pay $6,690 for in-state tuition and $20,600 for out-of-state tuition. -85.1 percent admission rate -While

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My night as a model in Africa Unleashed 0

When UNLV’s chapter of the African Student Association decided almost six months ago that they were going to put on a fashion show to showcase traditional African clothing and culture, I just knew I had to be a part of

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Libertarians hopeful despite disappointing election results 0

The buzz in the room is almost deafening as about 30 Libertarian candidates and party supporters gather around the three flat-screen TV’s inside the dimly lit Jalisco Cantina on Tuesday night. “F–k you, dude!” Tasha Heath, co-founder of the Southern

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Wendy Williams engages fans with storyline 0

A crowd of eager fans gathered into the Sands Showroom at the Venetian on Saturday night to watch media mogul Wendy Williams step outside her comfort zone as she tried her hand at stand-up comedy. Williams performed as part of

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Zombie Apocalypse Experience offers thrills and adrenaline 0

Headline: Zombie Apocalypse Experience offers thrills and adrenaline Word Count: 403 Writer: Adwoa Fosu Life is unpredictable. Because of this, we should always be sure to prepare for the next possible disaster, whether it be an earthquake, a tornado or

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‘He kept asking me my name’

A student speaks about her sexual assault Amber stood timidly in the middle of the Golden Nugget hotel suite as she struggled to find a sense of familiarity within the confines of its light brown walls. A large bed had

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Top 5 most ridiculously “sexy” Halloween costumes for women 0

With Halloween just about two weeks away, many are scrambling to find the perfect eye-catching costume to show off at that party. Some go for the clever, do-it-yourself ensembles while others try to reveal as much skin as possible. Now,

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UNLV alumnus turns top young adult novelist 0

Adolescence is often regarded as a time filled with heartache, rebellion and confusion as one struggles to find their true selves in the midst of life’s up and downs. But as author and UNLV alumnus Adi Alsaid suggests, sometimes, all

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