Free Press editor selection takes place this week

Free Press editor selection takes place this week The Student Newspaper Advisory Board (SNAB) will be appointing the UNLV Scarlet & Gray Free Press’ editor-in-chief for the 2017-18 school year at its meeting Wednesday. No applications were submitted by the

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Google Hangouts Meet now available to UNLV community

Google Hangouts Meet now available to UNLV community A new video application for team meetings is now available for individuals using Rebelmail and UNLVMail. Google Hangouts Meet allows users to create and join video meetings on both computers and mobile

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Boyd School of Law names Harry Reid its first Distinguished Fellow

Boyd School of Law names Harry Reid its first Distinguished Fellow First the co-chair of the MGM Resorts Public Policy Institute, now a Distinguished Fellow in Law and Policy at UNLV’s law school, Harry Reid is making the most of

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UNLV faculty, staff at risk of losing healthcare representation

UNLV faculty, staff at risk of losing healthcare representation: Bill would eliminate board, transfer powers to state officerBy Blaze Lovell | April 3rd, 2017 Photo courtesy of Moynihan A state senate bill may nullify the powers of the Public Employee

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UNLV professor makes a mammoth discovery, uncovers fossils outside of Pahrump

UNLV professor makes a mammoth discovery, uncovers fossils outside of PahrumpBy Jeniffer Solis | April 3rd, 2017 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney Beneath the sand and rocks that stretch across Nye County, Nevada lies the ancient remains of a mammoth.

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Sex 101 workshop seeks to normalize sex, destigmatize use of adult toys

Sex 101 workshop seeks to normalize sex, destigmatize use of adult toysBy Kristen Uedoi | April 3rd, 2017 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney The Students United for Reproductive Justice (SURJ) held a Sex 101 workshop at the Student Union on

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Legislative session to open with Hindu prayers

Legislative session to open with Hindu prayers The Nevada State Assembly and Senate will open the April 7 legislative session with Hindu mantras. The mantras will include verses from “Rig-Veda,” the oldest scripture in the world that is still commonly

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IT outages expected later this week

IT outages expected later this week Major IT outages have been planned for April 7-10 as part of the Top Tier Infrastructure and Shared Governance pathway goal. UNLV will be upgrading campus IT infrastructure and replacing aging fiber connections to

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Neon Museum to offer mini graduation photo shoots for seniors

Neon Museum to offer mini graduation photo shoots for seniors The Neon Museum will be offering graduation photo shoots later this month in their North Gallery. The offer is open to graduating high school and college students and their families.

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Crime Watch 3/27 to 4/2

Crime Watch 3/27 to 4/2 3/27 -A report was made regarding two purple and green fiberglass arms that were stolen from the northeast dirt parking lot at Sam Boyd Stadium after Las Vegas Monster Jam between March 25 at 11

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