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Ivy League Scholar upsets cultural stereotypes at UNLV

On the sixth floor of FDH is an office with a Ph.D. graduation robe from Harvard sitting in a corner next to a portrait of Frederick Douglass. “ was so important to my dissertation research, and it’s almost like he’s my patron saint and I sort of want him to look over me,” said assistant professor Julia Lee. “I ...Full Article

CSUN swears in new executive board

By Bianca Cseke The CSUN executive board was turned over to a new set of leaders on May 1. President Kanani Espinoza, Vice President Taylor Cunningham and Senate President ...Full Article

UNLV student blogs her way into the fashion world

As a little girl Katharine Newman spent her playtime trying on her mother’s clothing and makeup, but now she’s a fashion blogger with a wealth of experience under her ...Full Article

Caravana 43 takes protest to UNLV

A protest for the 43 Mexican students who went missing six months ago in the Mexican state of Guerrero have reached the western United States. For months, two of ...Full Article

Fuss, cuss and discuss: Two Rebels on air

By Alyssa Crame In a studio tucked in the depths of Greenspun Hall, two students sit across from one another behind microphones and prepare to talk, disagree about and ...Full Article

Honors College receives donation from foundation

By Eddie Gomez The UNLV Honors College received a $1 million boost to their scholarship program. The gift was from the Bennett Family Foundation to support scholarships for entering ...Full Article

UNLV undergraduate awarded Truman Scholarship

UNLV junior history major Daniel Waqar has been announced as one of the 2015 Harry S. Truman Scholarship recipients. Part of the Honors College, Waqar has maintained a 3.9 ...Full Article

Camp CSUN mentors the next generation

By Bianca Cseke CSUN greeted high school juniors and seniors with the opportunity to experience what UNLV and student government offer during Camp CSUN on April 13 and 14. ...Full Article

Sawdust is the new black

Julia Monahan stands at a counter, testing the on/off switches on lamps to see if they flicker to life. The first light doesn’t, so she unscrews the plastic switch ...Full Article

CSUN cancels Rebelpalooza for second year

By Bianca Cseke For the second year in a row, the CSUN senate voted down plans to bring back Rebelpalooza and will instead continue the Valley to Vegas concert ...Full Article
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