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UNLV rumbles for earthquake event

August 27th, 2014 (0)
How do you prepare for magnitude 7.0 earthquake? According to UNLV’s Department of Geoscience, you have to feel it to believe it. In partnership with the Applied Geophysics Center and the Nevada Seismological Laboratory, the department rolled in The ...

After years of bullying, UNLV student learns to rock on

August 24th, 2014 (0)
Andrea Darby stares aimlessly ahead, daydreaming while waiting in line to buy lunch. She revels in the images of anime characters, when her thoughts are interrupted. “Hey! Look at that fat Asian chick!” She looks up to see three ...

UNLV rejects its own study on proposed margin tax

August 22nd, 2014 (0)
UNLV administration has renounced an economic report that was conducted by its own Center for Business and Economic Research. On Tuesday, the Center released a report citing the advantages of the Nevada Margin Tax, also known as the Education ...

Picking favorites in media

May 5th, 2014 (0)
  The media is responsible for keeping us informed on events that happen around the world. When Malaysian Airlines flight 370 went missing, cable news stations fervently tracked the story, keeping us up to date with the most miniscule ...

The never-ending saga of America’s death penalty

May 1st, 2014 (0)
  The death penalty has always been regarded as a pretty touchy subject. On one hand, there are those who are for it, stating that anyone who chooses to commit such heinous crimes should be subjected to the same ...

When multitasking goes wrong

April 28th, 2014 (0)
  Ahhh, the glory of Facebook. For years, it has served as a universal bulletin board where people can share their thoughts and feelings. Just recently, though, it has become somewhat of a dangerous obsession — not because people ...

These pups patrol campus with the best of them

April 21st, 2014 (0)
  Playfully running through the grass of North Field, Simba and Buster take some time away from their daily duties to do what dogs do best. With their shiny coats and child-like demeanor, it’s hard to imagine what line ...

Overexposing your way to the top

April 14th, 2014 (0)
  Every single day, I am reminded of the fact that we, as a human race, are doomed. Just a few months ago, the media was enthralled by the story of Belle Knox, the Duke University student who has ...

America the beautiful, America the afraid

February 6th, 2014 (0)
  The Seattle Seahawks massacring the Denver Broncos wasn’t the only exciting event of this past Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVIII. Coca Cola’s “America, the Beautiful” ad generated some social media buzz as well. I didn’t think much of the ...

Nurses never play second fiddle

February 3rd, 2014 (0)
  Doctors aren’t the only important people on a health care team As a nursing major, there’s one question I am frequently asked: “Why don’t you just become a doctor?” Well, I’ll tell you why: because I want to ...
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