Watch ‘Beauty and the Beast’ before the last petal falls

Watch ‘Beauty and the Beast’ before the last petal fallsBy Ariana DeCastro | March 20th, 2017 Disney invites audiences to be their guest for the much-anticipated live action remake of “Beauty and the Beast,” which began showing in theaters March

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Local Business Spotlight: Rocket Fizz is the one-stop shop for craft sodas and retro candy

Local Business Spotlight: Rocket Fizz is the one-stop shop for craft sodas and retro candy By Jacob Tiranno | March 20th, 2017 Want to support a local business that will not only satisfy your sweet tooth, but will also make

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Take my hand if we be friends, and opera shall restore amends

Take my hand if we be friends, and opera shall restore amends: UNLV performs operatic adaptation of ‘Midsummer Night’s DreamBy Ethan Gathy | March 20th, 2017 The brass in the orchestra pit gleamed like infernal fires below the stage. Looming

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C’mon, Vogue!

C’mon, Vogue! : UNLV students move to the music with voguing lessons By Annabel Rocha | March 20th, 2017 The UNLV International Council brought the Harlem ballroom scene to UNLV on Tuesday during their Coffee Hour series, where attendees enjoyed

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Herstory Month celebrates International Women’s Day with a soul-rousing poetry slam

Herstory Month celebrates International Women’s Day with a soul-rousing poetry slamBy Aron Csiki| March 13th, 2017 The spoken word mic night event that was part of UNLV’s Herstory Month took place in front of the Student Union on International Women’s

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Jazz bassist strings her career together

Jazz bassist strings her career together By Annabel Rocha | March 13th, 2017 UNLV Jazz Ensemble bassist Summer Kodama is now considered the Ensemble’s top bass player and is pursuing a career in music which she began in sixth grade.

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The Smith Center Celebrates 5-Year Anniversary and Announces 2017-18 Broadway Season

The Smith Center Celebrates 5-Year Anniversary and Announces 2017-18 Broadway SeasonBy Jacob Tiranno | March 13th, 2017 On March 10, 2012, The Smith Center for the Performing Arts officially opened its doors. Since then, it has been ranked among the

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UNLV philosophy professor plays a key asset to Neon Reverb festival, local music

UNLV philosophy professor plays a key asset to Neon Reverb festival, local musicBy Jacob Lasky | March 6th, 2017 When James Woodbridge isn’t busy with his day gig as a UNLV philosophy professor, there’s a good chance you will catch

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Poetry reading with Morgan Parker

Poetry reading with Morgan ParkerBy Jeniffer Solis | March 6th, 2017 Photo courtesy of Moynihan As part of the Black Mountain Institute's “Emerging Writing Series,” poet Morgan Parker read from her latest collection, “There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyoncé,”

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Gamers should wait before buying the Nintendo Switch

Gamers should wait before buying the Nintendo SwitchBy Jacob Brothers | March 6th, 2017 On March 3, Nintendo’s highly anticipated Switch console was released, along with 21 launch title games. Among the games were “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the

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