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By Caitlyn Robertson A sky of pure blue innocence, contaminated and tainted by unforgiving ash clouds. Screaming cries of thunder, and rain drops down of broken lives, promises that were smashed onto a street of turned heads and closed minds. But all I could do, was hold fast to the faith that is in me. When you used my ...Full Article


By Caitlyn Robertson The world can be ugly, cruel and hard It’s meant to be But for whatever reason, I was given eyes to see I can be pushed ...Full Article

Master of Horror roams the halls of UNLV

October is a month synonymous with haunted houses and scary movies – among them, cult horror films such as Puppet Master, Crawlspace and a favorite of Stephen King, Tourist ...Full Article


Honestly I don’t consider myself the type of girl who believes in fairytales …and I’m aware that no matter how many days I wait my prince may never come. ...Full Article

Melanie Co

  A planned development in Las Vegas’s Arts District promises to transform, magnify and progress the city’s culture into a level unseen before. The Modern Contemporary Art Museum will ...Full Article

Edible Book Festival combines students’ creativity with literary passion

The International Edible Book Festival held at the UNLV Libraries was filled to the brim with both readers’ favorite books and delicious food. Held on April 1 inside the ...Full Article

“Dreaming the Skyline” gives architecture students an outlet to showcase talent

  “Dreaming the Skyline” is the UNLV art exhibit located within the Metcalf Gallery of the Richard Tan Alumni Center. This exhibit, however, offers its guests much more than ...Full Article

Local artists on display in Barrick Museum

  “Art for Art’s Sake: Selections from the Frederick R. Weisman Collection” is the fascinating gallery of various works from local and national artists, and the latest exhibition at ...Full Article

Springs Preserve brings Dia de los Muertos to Las Vegas

The Springs Preserve celebrated Las Vegas’ diverse community by recently hosting “Día de los Muertos ,” one of the most important holidays in Hispanic culture, on Nov. 1-3. “Día ...Full Article

A turn from the traditional

The phrase “Japanese art” usually sparks images of E-maki (picture scrolls), ukiyo-e woodblock prints, and ornate pottery. Western culture generally celebrates two stereotyped styles of art: traditional Japanese techniques ...Full Article
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