Violence On Video: A tool for awareness or a desensitized spectacle?

Violence On Video: A tool for awareness or a desensitized spectacle?By Taylore Fox | November 12th, 2017 Flickr Kirill Kniazev A gunman opened fire in a church last Sunday in Sutherland Springs Texas, killing 26 people. The tragic event sparked

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The issues with UNLV’s Top Tier plan

The issues with UNLV’s Top Tier planBy Levi Van Beek | November 12th, 2017 Free Press Flickr                    In 2014, then-president of UNLV Donald Snyder initiated the Top Tier initiative process with the intention of making UNLV one of the

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Cottage Grove and Campus Security

Cottage Grove and Campus SecurityBy Levi Van Beek | November 6th, 2017 The Cottage Grove parking lot on the north side of campus. Photo by Yvan Sanchez/UNLV Scarlet & Gray Free Press A UNLV student was kidnapped from the Cottage

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The iPhone X: Apple’s shiny new tool or a source of generational hysteria?

The iPhone X: Apple’s shiny new tool or a source of generational hysteria?By Taylore Fox | November 6th, 2017 Pixabay This weekend marked the long-awaited release of the iPhone X, and people around the world jumped at the chance to

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Kevin Spacey: Sexual Assault Scandal

Kevin Spacey: Sexual Assault ScandalBy Levi Van Beek | November 6th, 2017 On October 29th, renowned actor Kevin Spacey, known for movies such as “American Beauty,” “Seven” and the Netflix series “House of Cards” was accused of sexual misconduct against

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Op-Ed: Disability Awareness Month

Op-Ed: Disability Awareness MonthBy Daejha Hare and Courtney Jones | November 6th, 2017 SODA (Students Organizing Diversity Activities) is one of many on-campus organizations responsible for hosting events around culture, heritage and identities to inform, build community and educate UNLV

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Reporters ignore terror in Mogadishu

Reporters ignore terror in MogadishuBy Alexander Steffanus | October 30th, 2017 A truck bomb exploded in central Mogadishu, Somalia, killing more than 300 innocent civilians and injuring over 400 more. This attack came just two weeks after the Las Vegas

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Why gun control does not work

Why gun control does not workBy Chelsea Grazzini | October 23rd, 2017 Illustration by Eleanor Roh / UNLV Scarlet & Gray Free Press After every mass shooting, the first arguments to always come up are about restricting the gun laws

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Gun Control: A Vital Discussion

Gun Control: A Vital DiscussionFree Press opinion editor responds to arguments from the oppositionBy Summer Thomad | October 23rd, 2017 Last week, in light of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting, I wrote an article about gun control that sparked

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The Subject Of #MeToo

The Subject Of #MeTooWe should place responsibility where it’s dueBy Taylore Fox | October 23rd, 2017 Since sexual assault allegations surfaced against film producer Harvey Weinstein, the #MeToo hashtag has been trending all over the Internet. Women — and men

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