Vegas Bikes Ride to Benefit Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

Vegas Bikes Ride to Benefit Pediatric Brain Tumor FoundationBy Jacob Tiranno | September 17, 2017 Join bikers on Sept. 24 at Town Square to support the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. About 400 Las Vegas motorcyclists will gather on Sept. 24

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Happy 60th Birthday, UNLV!

Happy 60th Birthday, UNLV!By Alexander Steffanus | September 17, 2017 Pida Plaza during UNLV's 60th birthday celebrations. Photo by Alex Steffanus/UNLV Scarlet & Gray Free Press Pida Plaza during UNLV's 60th birthday celebrations. Photo by Alex Steffanus/UNLV Scarlet & Gray

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K-Low, UNLV student, Spits Christian Rap Fire

K-Low, UNLV student, Spits Christian Rap FireBy Faryn Duncan | September 17, 2017 Kyle Lowery, 25, UNLV student and Christian rapper. Photo by Faryn Duncan. Kyle Lowery made a gesture cutting his chest open with a scalpel and pulling out

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2 Chainz is Still Lit, Even in a Wheelchair

2 Chainz is Still Lit, Even in a WheelchairBy Annabel Rocha | September 10, 2017 Labor Day weekend in Las Vegas has an atmosphere seemingly unmatched by any other city. People party on the Strip until the night becomes morning.

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Greekfest to Recruit New Students

Greekfest to Recruit New StudentsBy Yvan Sanchez | September 10, 2017 Across the United States, fraternities and sororities — the main part of university Greek life — are extremely popular ways for people to get involved with their peers and

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Film Department Offers Exclusive Walt Disney Course Over Summer

Film Department Offers Exclusive Walt Disney Course Over SummerBy Jacob Tiranno | September 10, 2017 Illustration by Eleanor Roh / UNLV Scarlet & Gray Free Press Over the 2017 summer term, the UNLV Film Department introduced an exciting new course:

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UNLV EMERGE Concert Features Jay Som and Mercy Music

UNLV EMERGE Concert Features Jay Som and Mercy MusicBy Alexander Steffanus | September 10, 2017 A concert performance by the bands Jay Som and Mercy Music — put on by Las Vegas’ EMERGE Music — took place on the East

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Fantasy Artist Rooted in Humble Beginnings

Fantasy Artist Rooted in Humble Beginnings By Alexander Steffanus | September 10, 2017 Growing up in a small rural town, one might not expect an artist to develop as wild an imagination as Kurtis Rykovich, a UNLV alumnus and First

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AHS ‘Cult’ Touches on Political Climate

AHS ‘Cult’ Touches on Political Climate By Annabel Rocha | September 10, 2017 Familiar voices boom from the television as the opening scenes of ‘American Horror Story: Cult’ shows flashbacks from a true American tragedy: The 2016 presidential election.  

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5th Annual UNLV Creates is a Success

5th Annual UNLV Creates is a Success By Yvan Sanchez | August 27, 2017 On Thursday, a sea of red flooded into the Thomas & Mack Center, creating a strong sense of school spirit before the craziness of official instruction

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