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Broadcast journalism student gets people talking with “The Live Five”

Broadcast journalism student gets people talking with “The Live Five”By: Joahna Claire/Journalism senior Jordan Lorenzo | April 25th, 2016 Photo Courtesy of Joahna Claire/ The Rebel Yell Jordan Lorenzo knew in fifth grade that she was going to be a

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Africa Unleashed shows Africa is rich in culture 2

By Olivia Enriquez Contreras   The African Student Association (ASA) kicked off the semester in style by showcasing their second annual Africa Unleashed fashion show Feb. 2.   For the first time, ASA and the Black Student Organization partnered to

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Annual Chamber Music Series ends with spellbinding performance 0

By: Drew O’Neil   UNLV hosted a hypnotizing final performance of the season for the Chamber Music Series featuring the Amernet Quartet with singer Rachel Calloway on Thursday evening.   The first half of the program consisted of two starkly

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Involvement: RSO’s 0

UNLV’s Office of Student Engagement & Diversity (OSED) is the gateway to all organizations on campus. With so many organizations, ranging from sport clubs, fandoms, social-based and social action clubs, it’s almost guaranteed any student can find something to get

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UNLV film program increasing in popularity

UNLV offers a diverse list of degree programs, but one in particular is becoming increasingly popular with millennial students: film. “There are so many ways to be involved in film,” said Stacy Shapin, Assistant Director of the College of Fine

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History hides in abandoned theater by UNLV

Occasionally, my editor will ask me to do an investigation piece. This time, it was to find out what exactly the abandoned University Theatre building on Maryland Parkway, right before University Road, is. It can be found in the University

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Zap! and the art of utility boxes

By Maria Rodarte A roadside utility box isn’t usually the place one expects to find art, but a 10-year-old project has brought color and flair to most mundane of urban sights. The Zap! project, which began in 2005 with 10

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Student Organization Spotlight: Las Vegas Film Society

This semester, the Las Vegas Film Society officially became a registered student organization, spearheaded by UNLV film students Eddie Gomez and Boris Obregon. Among the Humanities and Fine Arts, film does not have a high demand in the job market.

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Student Spotlight: Jonathan Burt — Polynesian Roots

By Ashley Ranan Las Vegas native Jonathan Burt, 23, otherwise known as “Kiwi Burt” in the art scene, labels himself as a freehand Polynesian design artist. He attributes his art style to where his family origins are anchored: New Zealand.

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Poem: Foolish 0

By Brooklyn McAlpin I thought being alone would help, but I find myself drowning in the wealth of my tears. Six years ago, I lost track of my smile, even though all the while I knew where it was. You

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