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Local artist aims to leave his mark on community

February 23rd, 2015 (0)
By Monica Lukowski Coffee cups clatter around Blaze Brooks as he concentrates on a new drawing inside of Sunrise Coffee shop. The 19-year old Las Vegas native has set his sights on finding success through his artwork. “When you ...

Streaming movies just got a whole lot better

February 23rd, 2015 (0)
By Julian Dinkins Remember back in the day when Netflix, Hulu, or Crackle were only accessible through our computers? We literally had to drag our laptops into our living rooms and hardwire them to the TV with an HDMI ...

Cotopaxi brings service, scavenger hunts and llamas to Downtown Vegas

February 23rd, 2015 (0)
By Miranda Alam Downtown Las Vegas played host to a quirky, philanthropic twist on the average scavenger hunt – featuring live llamas. The Questival is a 24-hour, adventure-style race that cleverly disguises community service as team challenges put on ...

UNLV club offers peace and clarity for busy minds

February 9th, 2015 (0)
By Ksusha Kandra It is no secret that college is a stressful time for students. Between balancing classes, work and a social life, many find that they do not have any time to sit back and reflect on themselves. ...

UNLV Jazz Ensemble I gives memorable tribute

February 9th, 2015 (0)
By Nikki Rae Davis Doo-be-do-bop, doo-wah, shoo-bop, doo-wah. As the lights dim, the UNLV Jazz Ensemble I position their instruments and swing their way into the annual Black History Month celebratory concert. UNLV Jazz Ensemble I exhibited their renditions ...

The prosperity of minorities in television

February 9th, 2015 (0)
By Julian Dinkins For years I’ve said that if you want to see smartly written and beautifully acted stories featuring minority characters, go to the cinema, where you couldn’t go wrong watching what Hollywood studios were producing. Over the ...

Top Five Trails for Hikers

February 9th, 2015 (0)
By Monica Lukowski February has brought sun and 70-degree temperatures to Las Vegas. Those in the valley can go outside and soak it all in by experiencing what these hiking trails have to offer. Gold Strike Hot Springs Located ...

Counting a hidden community

February 9th, 2015 (1)
By Stacie Vance Tuesday, just before midnight, volunteers across Las Vegas met to conduct the annual Southern Nevada Homeless Census. For several hours, these volunteers surveyed the city, determined to search the darkest places in the City of Lights. ...

Mykelti Brown – Daughter of “Sister Wives” family

February 2nd, 2015 (0)
Mykelti Brown is a junior at UNLV. She’s also a daughter on one of TLC’s most controversial shows, “Sister Wives.” Learn more about Mykelti, her family, religion and what it’s like being on the show in this profile filmed ...

CSUN to hire adviser; leaders hope to bring more stability to student government

February 2nd, 2015 (0)
By Bianca Cseke After facing multiple lawsuits over the last five years, CSUN plans to hire an advisor to help mediate between members of student government. When CSUN pays out a settlement the money comes directly from the organization’s ...
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