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CSUN senate to vote on housing project investment

By Bianca Cseke CSUN may have a new source of revenue if the senate approves investment of up to $250,000 in a retail space within a new student housing project being planned near UNLV. The apartment building, built by Ventura Enterprises, will be across from UNLV on Tropicana Avenue. The space previously held office buildings. If the senate approves ...Full Article

First CSUN adviser chosen

By Bianca Cseke In Oct. 2014, a resolution was passed to bring on an adviser for CSUN. Five months later, current CSUN Business Manager Savannah Baltera has been chosen ...Full Article

Murdock challenges Fischer’s election win; Fischer retains seat

By Bianca Cseke Dakota Fischer received 68 percent of the votes in the recent primary election for CSUN senate president, but almost did not retain the victory. CSUN’s judicial ...Full Article

UNLV student makes the cut when it comes to organ regeneration

If you cut off a person’s arm, it’s probably – well, definitely – not going to grow back. Nestled deep in the Sciences and Engineering Building is a lab ...Full Article

Energy Drinks: Boost or Bust?

By Lisa Contreras, Student Liaison, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Special to The Rebel Yell With a full schedule of classes, work, extracurricular activities and even families, many students ...Full Article

Town hall meeting addresses Tier-1 initiatives, among other issues

By Bianca Cseke UNLV President Len Jessup held a Spring 2015 town hall meeting to brief the community on plans for getting UNLV to Tier-1 status and to answer ...Full Article

On-campus dining options: Healthy or harmful?

By Monica Lukowski Some students argue that UNLV isn’t supplying the nutrients they need to properly feed their bodies. “I think Greens-to-Go is the only option for healthy food. ...Full Article

FLYING FOR THE FUTURE: Local middle school students learn how to operate and market drones

By Bianca Cseke Students at Hyde Park Middle School are learning about emerging technologies through the Skybot Engineering & Business Innovation Challenge. Skyworks Aerial Systems and UNLV’s Howard R. ...Full Article

#BlackOutDay takes over social media

The black community flooded social media outlets with #BlackOutDay images and messages that started Friday and continued throughout the weekend. The hashtag climbed Facebook’s trending topics. The social outlet ...Full Article

UNLV anthropologist sheds light on evolutionary history with Ethiopian fossil

A UNLV anthropologist has helped to discover a fossil that is helping to clear up a disputed period of human evolutionary history. In the March 4 online issue of ...Full Article
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