Black Mountain Institute Celebrates 10 years

Black Mountain Institute Celebrates 10 yearsBy Ethan Gathy | November 28th, 2016 It’s difficult to imagine a situation that would gather as many people who can differentiate between iambs and dactyls as the Black Mountain Institute’s 10th anniversary event did

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UNLV dance recital moves audience

UNLV dance recital moves audienceBy Alexander Steffanus | November 28th, 2016 The stage was dark. Silhouettes emerged from the far wall, moving with lithe and grace. Then, they froze, and the crowd waited for what would come next. The lights

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Students show Raw Expressions at Black Student Organization event

Students show Raw Expressions at Black Student Organization eventBy Jeniffer Solis | November 21st, 2016 Photo courtesy of Sasha McCormick Singers, poets, dancers, comedians and rappers joined together to perform at the Black Student Organization’s (BSO) sixth annual Raw Expressions

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The Magic Continues: ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ casts a spell on movie-goers

The Magic Continues: ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ casts a spell on movie-goersBy Ariana DeCastro | November 21st, 2016 Director David Yates and author J.K. Rowling “stupefied” Harry Potter fans when they announced that the Wizarding World would

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4 reasons to see “Arrival”

4 reasons to see “Arrival” By Jacob Tiranno | November 14th, 2016 “Arrival” is a new science fiction movie, starring Amy Adams that hit theaters last Friday. It’s based on the 1998 short story by Ted Chiang, “Story of Your

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UNLV ensemble jazzes up local library

UNLV ensemble jazzes up local library By Ethan Gathy | November 14th, 2016 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney Between Latin music and jazz music lie many worlds of music worth exploring. UNLV’s Latin Jazz ensemble has kept such vibrant music

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Normal is underrated: Unconventional artist visits UNLV

Normal is underrated: Unconventional artist visits UNLVBy Alexander Steffanus | November 14th, 2016 Photo courtesy of Sasha McCormick Art students at UNLV had the opportunity to hear from an eccentric artist last Thursday, who feels that her work doesn’t fit

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Trebel Music is the perfect free music app for college students

Trebel Music is the perfect free music app for college studentsBy Aron Csiki | November 14th, 2016 Humans like to socialize. It’s said that socializing increases the length of one’s life because it is so entwined with our existence. Perhaps,

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#SaveFreePress: Shutting down The Rebel Yell would be a mistake

#SaveFreePress: Shutting down The Rebel Yell would be mistakeBy Jacob Lasky | November 7th, 2016 During my three years at UNLV, I never thought The Rebel Yell would be in danger of closing down. Why would a four-year university with

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“Before the Flood” sparks conversations about climate change on campus

“Before the Flood” sparks conversations about climate change on campus By Jacob Tiranno | November 7th, 2016 With global warming looming on the horizon, UNLV English Professor Charles Whitney held an open screening of the new documentary, “Before the Flood,”

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