Tips and tricks for safer studying abroad

Tips and tricks for safer studying abroadBy Denise Hernandez | November 28th, 2016 The world can be a classroom; it can teach curious students about the cultures from different parts of the world. But as immersive as studying abroad can

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Uber launches new carpool program in Las Vegas

Uber launches new carpool program in Las VegasBy Denise Hernandez | November 21st, 2016 Uber launched a new program that will eventually allow for less congestion in Las Vegas on Nov. 15. uberPOOL is a new carpool program that enables

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Student attacked on campus parking lot

Student attacked on campus parking lotBy Denise Hernandez | November 21st, 2016 A UNLV student was attacked Tuesday night while walking through a parking lot, according to UNLV Police. The student was walking on Harmon Avenue through Lot L toward

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Students stand in solidarity with Standing Rock outside Wells Fargo

Students stand in solidarity with Standing Rock outside Wells FargoBy Blaze Lovell | November 21st, 2016 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney Kini Burke tends to his taro crop on the peaceful island of Molokai. The sun beams down while a

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CSUN scores two out of three on fee increases

CSUN scores two out of three on fee increasesBy Denise Hernandez | November 21st, 2016 CSUN passed two out of three of fee resolutions proposed to them at the beginning of the semester during a Nov. 14 Senate meeting. The

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UNLV students trot for a good cause

UNLV students trot for a good causeBy Denise Hernandez | November 21st, 2016 On a chilly November morning, UNLV students gathered in Pida Plaza for the first annual Turkey Trot. Not to worry, though; no turkeys were involved in the

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Heritage celebration pays tribute to history, culture, #NoDAPL

Heritage celebration pays tribute to history, culture, #NoDAPLBy Jen Chiang | November 21st, 2016 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney In honor of Native American Heritage Month, Students Organizing Diversity Activities (SODA) and the Native American Student Association (NASA) collaborated to

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Advisory board talks alternative funding for The Rebel Yell

Advisory board talks alternative funding for The Rebel Yell By Jeniffer Solis | November 21st, 2016 The UNLV student newspaper advisory board discussed the financial future of The Rebel Yell at a board meeting on Nov. 14. The paper recently

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UNLV CICFC offers group therapy sessions in light of election

UNLV CICFC offers group therapy sessions in light of electionBy Jen Chiang | November 21st, 2016 Following the Nov. 8 election, the UNLV Center for Individual, Couple and Family Counseling (CICFC) will be offering group therapy sessions for UNLV students,

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UNLV College Republicans have mixed feelings about election results

UNLV College Republicans have mixed feelings about election resultsBy Jen Chiang | November 21st, 2016 After surpassing the 270 minimum requirement for electoral votes by 20, Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump was elected the 45th President of the United States

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