The Degree Pushes Back Opening Date, Leaves Students Stranded

The Degree Pushes Back Opening Date, Leaves Students Stranded By Aron Csiki | August 14th, 2017 Photo by Andrew Rigney / UNLV Scarlet and Gray Free Press Some UNLV students will be forced to find alternative housing for the fall

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CSUN senator criticized for post joking about sexual assault

CSUN Senator Criticized for Post Joking about Sexual Assault By Aron Csiki | August 12th, 2017 The CSUN Student Government offices in 2012. A CSUN senator has been called out on social media after posting a picture on Instagram that

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Rebels Football Team Ready to Reverse 2016 Season

Rebels Football Team Ready to Reverse 2016 Season By Faryn Duncan | August 7th, 2017 Photo by Andrew Rigney / UNLV Scarlet & Gray Free Press The UNLV Rebels football team had their 2017 Photo Day on Monday at the

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Vote for Best of UNLV 0

Vote Best for UNLVBy Bianca Cseke | August 3rd, 2017 With another fall semester almost upon us, freshmen, transfer students, new faculty and staff will need help knowing what's the Best of UNLV.   Vote now through Aug. 26 at

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Planned Parenthood discussion at UNLV highlights importance of organization, dangers of ‘Trumpcare’

BY ARON CSIKI / UNLV SCARLET & GRAY FREE PRESS Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto and Planned Parenthood hosted a panel of community leaders whose stories highlighted the effect Obamacare’s potential replacement, the American Health Care Act, might have on Nevadans.

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Crime Watch 4/13-4/18

Crime Watch 4/13-4/18 4/13 -Two windows at the graduate arts studio were broken with rocks between Wednesday at 6 p.m. and Thursday at 10 a.m. -UNLV Police arrested a person at 10:27 a.m. on UNLV’s campus after they damaged and

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New multicultural center opens in the Student Union

New multicultural center opens in the Student Union UNLV opened its academic multicultural resource on April 21 on the first floor of the Student Union. The Intersection is a multicultural resource center that focuses on academics and seeks to improve

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NSHE regents extend search for chancellor candidates

NSHE regents extend search for chancellor candidates The Chancellor Search Committee, created by the Nevada System of Higher Education’s (NSHE) Board of Regents, voted Thursday to extend the current, statewide search for a new university chancellor before considering moving on

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LGBTQ+ community unites against Westboro Baptist Church

LGBTQ+ community unites against Westboro Baptist ChurchBy Annabel Rocha | April 25th, 2017 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney The sound of Talking Heads’ “Burnin’ Down the House” grew louder as a crowd of rainbow-clad marchers carried “Love Trumps Hate” and

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Column: So much of me is what I learned from you

Column: So much of me is what I learned from you: The news editor’s goodbye to the UNLV Scarlet & Gray Free Press At the UNLV Scarlet & Gray Free Press, staff members who won’t be returning to the paper

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