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Petition against CSUN rejected by District Court

A petition filed against CSUN by Hotel Senator Alex Murdock and former Senate President Jasmine Hicks was denied by Clark County’s 8th Judicial District Court on June 25. Murdock and Hicks filed the petition to remove Undergraduate Student Body President Elias Benjelloun, Vice President Kanani Espinoza and Senate President Vladislav Zhitny from office. According to the petition, “CSUN improperly ...Full Article

Regents approve 17 percent tuition hike to work towards Tier-1 status

  After waiting over seven hours, Walter Kwong watched his future at UNLV slip away with one wayward vote. The Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents voted ...Full Article

17 percent tuition hike approved

Undergraduates in Nevada will see a 17 percent increase in tuition starting next fall. The hikes were approved 7-6 by the Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents ...Full Article

17 percent tuition increase to be voted on in two days

  Since the Tier-1 initiative was introduced in September by former President Neal Smatresk, it’s caught on among the media and higher education members, seemingly becoming UNLV’s brand new ...Full Article

Reid comments on proposed tuition hike

Senator Harry Reid said student leaders need to work together to fight tuition hikes at a student loan debt roundtable earlier today. The Nevada System of Higher Education Board ...Full Article

Atkinson named medical school planning dean

  Dr. Barbara Atkinson has been appointed as the planning dean for the UNLV School of Medicine starting May 19. Atkinson will be expected to develop a vision for ...Full Article

Tuition hikes will not go toward Tier-1 status

  UNLV Executive Vice President and Provost John Valery White says tuition increases will not be used toward achieving Tier-1 status. Former President Neal Smatresk announced at his annual ...Full Article

In Brief: Regents clash over tuition hikes

  In the wake of ongoing criticism by student leaders, state higher education officials clashed on tuition hikes at last week’s Board of Regents meeting. According to the Las ...Full Article

Community to honor retiring Harter at May reception

  In honor of lifelong Rebel and UNLV advocate Carol Harter’s retirement at the end of the semester, a reception will be held on campus in May. Harter, who ...Full Article

Despite student protests, tuition hearing will occur in June

  Now that Runnin’ Rebels head coach Dave Rice has decided to stay at UNLV, his contract extension means a vote on tuition hikes will not take place this ...Full Article
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