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How to use Game of Thrones as a study tool

How to use Game of Thrones as a study toolBy Bianca Cseke | August 29th, 2016 It’s only syllabus week, but that doesn’t mean instructors are going to go easy on us. Having some good study music lined up for

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The College Foodie: UNLVino sparks with drinks and food

By: Jessica Segovia and Camalot Todd     Bubble­Licious began in full swing, popping bottles under the stars at The Venetian’s Doge’s Palace Plaza Thursday night.   The night showcased some of Las Vegas’ culinary elite who joined together to raise money

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Confessions of a Former Rocky Horror Virgin

  By Olivia Enriquez Contreras   I lost my “Rocky Horror virginity” when I unleashed the sensual goddess in me Thursday night at The Rebel Horror Picture Show.   A “Rocky Horror Virgin” is someone who has never attended a showing

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Runners bring a little color to Downtown

  More than 6,000 participants literally painted the Las Vegas Downtown area this Saturday for the Color Run Tropicolor World Tour 2016.   Volunteers created a haze of pink, blue, orange and yellow colored powder as they covered the runners

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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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Events you can’t miss this spring 0

For those who aren’t already aware, there’s always something going on at UNLV, whether it’s a film festival, a theater production, a music recital or a lecture. For instance, this spring brings Spring Flicks, the annual short film festival. Then

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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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30 Acres of Adventure and Exploring

by Olga Vizcarra   There is life amidst the empty homes, trains, jail houses, and printing shops that make up the acres of the Clark County Museum. It consists of a mock up with actual homes removed and relocated to

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The Pink Party Experience: A rundown for those who didn’t bother to go 0

I’ll be completely honest – I feel like I got the short end of the glowstick going to this party. As a larger, 5’2” girl who actually isn’t a huge fan of Iggy Azalea or $40 bras or a company

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Roos-N-More Zoo to re-open

  The home of more than 350 animals was shut down in January due to county code violations. Zappos held a fundraiser in order to raise money for the installations needed to re-open. The Roos-N-More Zoo, a privately owned non-profit

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