Facebook is not our friend’ says media theorist Douglas Rushkoff

‘Facebook is not our friend’ says media theorist Douglas Rushkoff By Jenika Chiang UNLV students had the opportunity to attend a lecture by a media theory and digital economics expert on Feb. 13 at the Greenspun Auditorium. The event, “Facebook

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Pro-life exhibit at the SU displays graphic images

Pro-life exhibit at the SU displays graphic images: Banners display aborted fetuses By Blaze Lovell | February 16th, 2017 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney As students flowed into the Student Union Wednesday morning, they passed yellow signs that read “Warning:

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Campus Disco app offers discounts, deals

Campus Disco app offers discounts, deals For college students seeking access to a variety of items online at a discounted price, the app Campus Disco made its debut in early February. Campus Disco, which was launched nationwide, is available for

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New app helps students book spring break trips

New app helps students book spring break tripsBy Denise Hernandez| February 13th, 2017 With spring break coming up, students can use a new app that will help them book trips for the least amount of money. DealRay sends users localized,

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Crime Watch 2/6 to 2/12

Crime Watch 2/6 to 2/12 2/6 An unattended and unsecured cellphone was stolen and later recovered outside the Student Recreation and Wellness Center between 8:45 a.m. and 9:11 a.m. A student’s light blue Liv bicycle was stolen after it was

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Feelings of unity abound at UNLV’s Hidden Figures event

Feelings of unity abound at UNLV’s Hidden Figures eventBy Jessenia Pippin| February 13th, 2017 Over 30 black-owned businesses, a keynote speaker and a vast array of students came together to show solidarity and engage in a conversation together at the

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Debt-free with a sugar daddy

Debt-free with a sugar daddy: Why some UNLV students are choosing the sweet lifeBy Jeniffer Solis | February 13th, 2017 Editor’s Note: The name of the woman featured in this report has been changed for privacy. Jenna sits in a

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When Cupid’s arrow strikes the wrong chord

When Cupid’s arrow strikes the wrong chord: Support for domestic violence victims available on Valentine’s DayBy Denise Hernandez | February 13th, 2017 It’s hard to ignore all the Valentine’s Day paraphernalia, especially when it’s plastered across the windows and stocking

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Las Vegas leaders encourage locals to get politically active

Las Vegas leaders encourage locals to get politically activeBy Jeniffer Solis | February 6th, 2017 Photo courtesy of Radke Congresswoman Dina Titus began the Las Vegas town hall event with a heartfelt message asking attendees to continue holding their elected

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UNLV launches Philip J. Cohen Program for undergraduates

UNLV launches Philip J. Cohen Program for undergraduatesBy Jenika Chiang | February 6th, 2017 In order to provide financial support for full-time undergraduate students at UNLV, the Philip J. Cohen Program is now being offered. The program aims to provide

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