Prince: An Icon. A Musician. An Inspiration.

Prince: An Icon. A Musician. An Inspiration.Photo Courtesy of Warner Bros. | April 25th, 2016 “Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to get through this thing called life” – “Let’s Go Crazy” Prince, legendary musician and pop icon, was

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What’s On Campus: Festival of Communities embraces campus diversity 0

An abundance of ethnic food, live entertainment, arts and crafts and interactive activities were just some of the components of UNLV’s Festival of Communities Saturday afternoon. The festival spanned across the East Mall and featured about 60 community booths to

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TEDxUNLV features extreme viewpoints 0

  From ongoing wars, natural disasters, social inequality and martial arts, there is no doubt the world is full of all sorts of extremities.   In the spirit of living in an extreme world, the day-long TEDxUNLV “Living In The

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Mario Party Wars kicks off Asian Heritage Month 0

  To celebrate International Tabletop Day, video game, anime and comic book lovers and nerds all gathered in Student Union Room 208 on Saturday.   Hosted by a student organization, Mario Party Wars (MPW), International Tabletop Day (ITD) celebrates gaming,

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Downtown art project burns with hopes and dreams

By Daniella Gonzalez   The Life Cube was set ablaze Saturday in downtown Las Vegas.   Hundreds of people showed up to see the 24 foot structure be set on fire. The crowd grew impatient after the cube didn’t light

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Recap: REMix Movie Night 0

By Daniella Gonzalez   REMix Awareness Week kicked off last Monday with events that focus on bringing attention to individuals of diverse backgrounds.   “The week’s events are to shine a light on intersectionality in cultures,” said Steven Dash, Students

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Woken Mic Night awakens interest in social inequality 0

    In celebration of Women’s History Month, UNLV students and staff gathered to express themselves at a feminist-themed open mic in the Alumni Amphitheatre on Wednesday evening.   A dozen performers participated in Woken Night with songs, speeches and

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UNLV students “Poppin’ Bottles” for a cause 0

Courtesy Photo   By Lee Gilford     UNLVino Capstone course students are gearing up for the 42nd Annual UNLVino wine tasting event.   This event has served as the culminating event of students in the Harrah’s Hospitality College and a

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What’s New This Week? 0

The A & E Calendar   What’s On Campus   REMixed Awareness Week   March 28-April 1, various locations on campus   This week, also known as Racially and Ethnically Mixed week, focuses on celebrating and raising better awareness of

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Renowned chamber music group to perform at UNLV 0

A German chamber world music trio will be making a stop at UNLV on Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center.   The David Orlowsky Trio, known as the “Soul of Klezmer,” will be presenting a musical tradition

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