UNLV SODA exemplifies both campus greatness and lack of student involvement

UNLV SODA exemplifies both campus greatness and lack of student involvement By Brandon Ramirez | March 20th, 2017 What's always crisp and refreshing? Soda, of course. We’re not just talking about any old Coca-Cola or Pepsi soda, though—we’re talking about

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Women’s History Month Kicks Off in a Powerful Way

Women’s History Month Kicks Off in a Powerful WayBy Summer Thomad | March 13th, 2017 It has been quite a month for women’s rights. On March 1, the Nevada State Senate voted on and passed the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA),

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EDITORIAL: The CSUN elections this semester have been shameful

EDITORIAL: The CSUN elections this semester have been shamefulBy Aron Csiki | March 13th, 2017 CSUN drama is nothing new for the students of UNLV. Controversy is so pervasive in the organization that even the least involved of students will

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Travel Ban 2.0

Travel Ban 2.0By Chelsea Grazzini | March 13th, 2017 Last Monday, President Donald Trump issued Executive Order 13769, which he named “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States.” It is to replace the first executive order

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Hollywood and Representation: An Unfinished Journey To Inclusion

Hollywood and Representation: An Unfinished Journey To InclusionBy Summer Thomad | March 6th, 2017 When actress Viola Davis took the stage prior to winning the Oscar for “Best Supporting Actress,” she seized the opportunity to emphasize the importance of creating

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You Can Argue Better

You Can Argue BetterBy Alexander Steffanus | March 6th, 2017 You probably consider yourself a rational person, and in all likelihood, you are. The problem is that you don’t know how to show it when you argue. Too often, debates

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UNLV conservatives unify under Trump, leave some moderates behind

UNLV conservatives unify under Trump, leave some moderates behindBy Aron Csiki | March 6th, 2017 Last week, President Donald Trump delivered his first formal address to Congress. The speech, which put heavy emphasis on unity and bipartisan action, was called

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Graphic abortion images abuse free speech

Graphic abortion images abuse free speech For any UNLV student—especially in the free speech walkway—getting bombarded by different posters, beliefs and types of rhetoric are a daily fact of life. This sensory overload is best dealt with by putting headphones

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Who will the new Hey Reb! be?

Who will the new Hey Reb! be?By Brandon Ramirez | February 27th, 2017 UNLV’s polemical pal Hey Reb! is about to do it to ‘em again. The rebel mascot keeps runnin’ from one incarnation to the next, and it sounds

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The Hypocrisy of “Free-Speech”

The Hypocrisy of “Free-Speech”By Chelsea Grazzini | February 27th, 2017 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney Liberals tend to describe themselves as open-minded, tolerant and supportive of free-speech, yet they habitually show their level of intolerance for any beliefs that differ

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