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Crime Watch: Jan. 20 – 27, 2016

1/20/16 A counterfeit bill was found in the Student Union. Police closed the case on Jan. 21.   1/21/16 A student claimed that their laptop was stolen, though the student found it about an hour later in the Hendrix Auditorium. A silver 2014 Chevrolet Cruze was burglarized in a residential lot at approximately 4:45 a.m.   1/22/16 A student’s ...Full Article

Emergency notifications may save lives, Police Services says

By: Jessica Segovia   The sounds of text tones simultaneously erupted across campus during the first week of classes.   UNLV Police Services was implementing a test of the ...Full Article

Business student creates unique workout app

Imagine having a pig to exercise with.   Now imagine that the pig is dressed as a warrior and will become feeble or even die if you don’t spend ...Full Article

Association gives residents a voice

By: Kaio Akiyama   The Resident Hall Association (RHA) may not garner as much attention as other student organizations on campus, but they do organize student trips and on-campus ...Full Article

In Brief: UNLV renews partnership with Brookings Mountain West

UNLV has announced that they will continue their partnership with The Brookings Institution after deciding to extend their partnership for four more years.   The Brookings Institute conducts research ...Full Article

In Brief: Rebel announcer awarded sportscaster of the year

By: Joahna Claire The National Sportscaster and Sportswriter Association (NSSA) named UNLV football play-by-play voice Russ Langer the Nevada Sportscaster of the Year award for the tenth time on Jan. ...Full Article

Q&A: New director ready to help Center for Entrepreneurship grow

By: Jessica Segovia Nestled within the corridors of the Lee Business School, Leith Martin settles into his new office as executive director for the Center of Entrepreneurship and sat ...Full Article

Crime Watch

1/19/16   Reports of vandalism on the Northeast side of a 99 cent store at 3:31 a.m. At 5:30 p.m., a computer in the Science and Engineering building at ...Full Article

New organization created specifically for RSOs

A new organization designed to advocate on behalf of all Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) is starting this semester and may address a disconnect between students and the Office of ...Full Article

In Brief: Jessup, first in line for Green Dot pledge

UNLV President Len Jessup will be the first to sign an active bystander pledge on Monday as part of the campus’s launch of the Green Dot anti-violence campaign.   ...Full Article
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