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The GOP’s new video game is as bad as you’d expect

At least Mario had Peach. Poor ‘Giopi’, the protagonist of Mission Majority — the Republican Party’s new video game designed to drum up (youth?) support in upcoming elections — isn’t exactly that heroic. He looks confused, his right eye wide

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Zipcar comes to campus

UNLV has partnered with ride-sharing service Zipcar to provide rental cars to students and staff for a fee. Starting this semester, Parking and Transportation Services said students and university staff who pay for a $25 membership with the service can

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VERDICT: UNLV Premier

So how did Premier go last night? We’ll just leave this here:

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Anonymous source releases statement regarding comments made by CSUN justices

The source who accused three student government justices of making sexist and homophobic comments about their peers has come forward. Armani Rodriguez, an assistant director in CSUN, released a statement admitting he was the person who spoke to The Rebel

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CSUN member: Justices made homophobic, sexist remarks about former officials at party

  A day after a controversial ruling put Elias Benjelloun and his running-mates into student government office, CSUN judges attended a party held by the newly-inaugurated students. This much is not disputed by CSUN justices Daniel Waqar and Henry Nikogosyan.

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As threat of lawsuit looms large, critics claim CSUN ruling violates Constitution

  After a controversial judicial ruling put three students into office who had been previously disqualified from an election, CSUN student government could be facing its third lawsuit in just five years. On the afternoon of May 1, UNLV lawyers

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Zhitny and Benjelloun sworn in

  The CSUN Judicial Council ruled Wednesday night that the disqualifi cation of Elias Benjelloun, Kanani Espinoza and Vladislav Zhitny from the results of the recent E-board election was conducted in violation of their due process rights, and has ordered

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Rebelution disqualification overturned, but lawsuits could be pending

  Undergraduate President-elect Elias Benjelloun knows he may have broken some rules. He’s aware that his opponents photographed him and his supporters allegedly breaking a number of them during undergraduate student government elections earlier this month. He realizes that is

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Rebelution Disqualified

  The Rebelution, winners of the recent CSUN Executive Board elections, have been disqualified for repeated violations of election rules. In a turn of events that many within student government saw coming, Undergraduate Presidentelect Elias Benjelloun, Vice President-elect Kanani Espinoza

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Hearing to decide CSUN election outcome

  The continuing saga of the 2014 CSUN Executive Board elections will likely come to an end today, April 21, as two public hearings that could disqualify winners The Rebelution are set to take place. Nineteen complaints were filed in

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