Police warn of phone scam spreading throughout Las Vegas

Police warn of phone scam spreading throughout Las VegasBy Stephanie Madrid | February 11th, 2018 The Metropolitan Police Department and UNLV Police Services received reports of a telephone scam throughout the Las Vegas Valley and on campus.   The caller

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CSUN Senate appoints new vice president 0

CSUN Senate appoints new vice presidentBy Blaze Lovell | February 5, 2018 The CSUN Senate unanimously voted to appoint Jayson Dagher as the student government’s vice president Monday night.   Dagher will be stepping up from his current position as

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In Brief: College of Fine Arts Hall of Fame Honors UNLV Professors

In Brief: College of Fine Arts Hall of Fame Honors UNLV ProfessorsBy Stephanie Madrid | February 4th, 2018 On Tuesday, April 3, the 15th Annual College of Fine Arts Hall of Fame will take place at UNLV. The event begins

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In Brief: UNLV Opens New Advising Center

In Brief: UNLV Opens New Advising CenterBy Stephanie Madrid | February 4th, 2018 UNLV is opening a new Pre-Professional Advising Center aimed towards helping undergraduate students pursuing careers in health professions such as pre-medical, pre-dental, physical therapy and pharmacy. Ashley

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Student Veterans Internship Program

Student Veterans Internship ProgramBy Stephanie Madrid | February 4th, 2018 Student Veterans of America is seeking 25 qualified student veterans to receive a fully-funded summer internship scholarship with an elected representative in Congress or a Federal Agency.   They are

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In Brief: Wet’n’Wild Seeking 300 Employees

In Brief: Wet’n’Wild Seeking 300 EmployeesBy Stephanie Madrid | February 4th, 2018 Wet’n’Wild Las Vegas is seeking over 300 seasonal employees to work the 2018 pool season, this March - September. The park opens to the public on March 24.

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Student Org Advocates for More Women in STEM Fields

Student Org Advocates for More Women in STEM FieldsBy Kristin Simons | February 4th, 2018 Photos from Alondra Regalado: Group photo of the Scientista Organization. Alondra Regalado was dissatisfied with her science-centered student organization choices. There are clubs for groups

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CSUN Senate Grants Over $18k to Various Student Orgs

CSUN Senate Grants Over $18k to Various Student OrgsBy Summer Elverud | February 4th, 2018 The CSUN Senate approved just over $18,000 worth of funding proposals from four registered student organizations and one sponsored student organization Monday night.   These

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Republicans applaud, Democrats stay seated for Trump’s State of the Union Address

Republicans applaud, Democrats stay seated for Trump’s State of the Union AddressBy Blaze Lovell, managing editor | February 1, 2018 President Donald Trump ran through a checklist of his accomplishments during his first year as president in front of a

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CSUN Senate grants over $18k to various student orgs

CSUN Senate grants over $18k to various student orgsBy Summer Elverud, assistant news editor | February 1, 2018 The CSUN Senate approved just over $18,000 worth of funding proposals from four Registered Student Organizations and one Sponsored Student Organization Monday

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