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When commuters are away, the residents come out to play

By: Ariana DeCastro   After UNLV’s large commuter population leaves, the campus and parking lots look more like the barren desert that surrounds Las Vegas than its claustrophobic city center.   But that doesn’t mean that all activity stops.   It turns out a great deal of activities go on at night and on the weekends for those who ...Full Article

CSUN to help revitalize outdated emergency phones

      The aging emergency phones on red poles scattered haphazardly around campus will be getting new equipment that is expected to give rhyme to their reason.   ...Full Article

Students not affected by Supreme Court immigration ruling, officials say

    By: Jennifer Hurtado   The U.S. Supreme Court was split during the United States v. Texas case regarding the expansion of President Obama’s executive action plan for ...Full Article

Law school senior fellow appointed by Reid

By Denise Hernandez   Sen. Harry Reid appointed Dr. Nancy Brune to the President’s Advisory Commission on Education Excellence for Hispanics on April 11.   She was chosen to ...Full Article

Sleep Number giving away It Bed this week

By Denise Hernandez     Sleep Number will be bringing attention to the impacts of sleep deprivation by giving away an It Bed at the Richard Tam Alumni Center ...Full Article

Crime Watch 4/11/16 to 4/17/16

4/11/16   The card reader cover to a vending machine in the lobby of the CBC Classroom Building was reported vandalized. The cover is believed to have been vandalized ...Full Article

Chemistry building asbestos not a concern, official says

By: Denise Hernandez   Asbestos found in the Chemistry building is not a cause for concern, according to authorities.   The naturally occurring mineral was found in CHE 112 ...Full Article

Tolkien scholar talks life outside of school

By: Ariana DeCastro   Shelves filled with books lined the walls of the office and copies of “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy were stacked in the center of ...Full Article

Best Buddies gains new foothold at UNLV

By: Ariana DeCastro   Best Buddies, a nonprofit organization designed to help people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), re-established its footing on UNLV’s campus.   According to Liz ...Full Article

Brookings expert weighs in on marijuana legalization

  By: Nicole Soto   Nevada voters may be interested in learning more about the Nevada Marijuana Legalization Initiative that will be on the Nov. 8 ballot. This initiative ...Full Article
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