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Students get tips to give back

UNLV hosted the third annual Student Engagement and Philanthropy Day, an international event that focuses on teaching students about philanthropy and increasing campus engagement, on Thursday. The UNLV Foundation and Student Alumni Association joined almost 100 education institutions from England, Canada, Australia and the U.S., hosting activities such as “thank-a-thons,”  where students wrote and signed personalized thank-you cards for ...Full Article

Top 10 Tier One Schools on the West Coast

By Miranda Alam According to usnews.com’s university directory, these are the top 10 Tier One schools on the West Coast: 1. Stanford University: Stanford, California – #4 in the ...Full Article

Local artist commemorates 43 abducted Mexican students

On Sept. 26, 43 students went missing in Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico. The students, who had been attending Raúl Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers’ School of Ayotzinapa, had gone to Iguala ...Full Article

Board of Regents selects 10th president of UNLV

Last week, Dr. Len Jessup was selected to serve in the role as the 10th president of UNLV by the Board of Regents’ Presidential Search Committee. The other two ...Full Article

Grad students slam for $1000 scholarship

UNLV Masters and Doctoral graduate students have the opportunity to compete for a scholarship and additional prizes in this year’s Rebel Grad Slam: 3 Minute Thesis Competition, sponsored by ...Full Article

Las Vegas to celebrate “Britney Day” on Nov. 5, commemorate Britney Spears

Caesars Entertainment has announced that Britney Spears, pop giant, will receive the key to the Las Vegas Strip on her own named day. On Nov. 5, Spears will take ...Full Article

Columbia student carries mattress in protest of university policy on rape

By Miranda Alam In an effort to call attention to sexual assault on college campuses, Emma Sulkowicz, a visual art major and senior at Columbia University has opted to ...Full Article

California introduces new campus rape investigation standards

A September ruling in California is changing the way that rape and sexual assault are looked at by the law. On Sept. 28, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law ...Full Article

UNLV Foundation Dinner raises $235,000 in student scholarships

The annual UNLV Foundation Dinner was held Monday night at the Bellagio and had many announcements to share regarding funding for the school. The College of Education will receive ...Full Article

CSUN short on candidates for senate election

There are too few candidates running in this year’s CSUN senate election to fill all of the student government’s senate seats. Of the 25 seats available, only 19 will ...Full Article
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