Senator outraged over pro-life pamphlets

Senator outraged over pro-life pamphlets: Fliers depicted aborted fetuses, bloody hands By Jenika Chiang | February 6th, 2017 As a senator for the College of Liberal Arts and the chair of the Health & Safety Committee, Samantha Bivins’ personal philosophy

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Crime Watch 30th-4th

Crime Watch   A report was closed regarding the theft of computers from room 109 in Building B east of the Shadow Lane Campus. A report was closed regarding a student’s stolen 20-inch neon yellow Kent Chaos freestyle bicycle after

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Corrections

The UNLV Scarlet & Gray Free Press strives for accuracy and fairness in its reporting. If a story or article is wrong or misleading, a request for correction or clarification may be made by sending an email to copychief.freepress@unlv.edu. In

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Gender Justice looking for volunteers to serve LGBTQ community

Gender Justice Nevada is seeking volunteers to become victim advocates. The Queer Anti-Violence Project will be providing specific victim/survivor and anti-violence services. These programs will specialize in serving the LGBTQ community. Applicants must be 18 years or older, be able

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Crime Watch: 1/23 to 1/29 0

Crime Watch: 1/23 to 1/29 1/23 A report was made regarding a red sports car that backed into another vehicle and left the scene at 10:06 a.m. in the Cottage Grove parking garage. A student’s unattended and unsecured backpack was

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City Internships opens scholarship contest for students around the world

City Internships opens scholarship contest for students around the worldBy Jenika Chiang | January 30th, 2017 City Internships (CI) is an accelerated learning provider hosting a Q1 scholarship contest for students and recent graduates seeking to develop their skills in

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UNLV, Cannabis and You

UNLV, Cannabis and You: How the passing of question 2 affects the campus By Jeniffer Solis | January 30th, 2017 Nevada voters approved the legalization of cannabis on election day, which became effective on Jan. 1, and are now free

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The journey continues for UNLV School of Medicine

The journey continues for UNLV School of MedicineBy Denise Hernandez| January 30th, 2017 Photo courtesy of Moynihan It’s been three months since the UNLV School of Medicine earned its preliminary accreditation. Now, it’s only a matter of time before the

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Shore Hotel offers first ever scholarship award

Shore Hotel offers first ever scholarship awardBy Jenika Chiang | January 30th, 2017 Photo courtesy of Shore Hotel Shore Hotel, located in Santa Monica, California, is looking for applicants for its first annual Shore Hotel Scholarship Award. To enter, applicants

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UNLV Take Back The Tap to put an end to disposable water bottles

UNLV Take Back The Tap to put an end to disposable water bottlesBy Jen Chiang | January 30th, 2017 CSUN voted Monday night to approve funding for various costs needed for UNLV Take Back The Tap’s (TBTT) current projects. CSUN

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