Student Body Positivity

Student Body PositivityBy Brandon Ramirez | September 26th, 2016 Last week, the UNLV Residence Hall Association (RHA) hosted its 4th annual Undie Run to promote body positivity. This event took place on Wednesday evening and boasted an impressive 200 participants.

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Not as Shitty as Expected

Not as Shitty as ExpectedBy Kelly Lutzker | September 26th, 2016 For the past month, anyone who hasn’t been living under a rock has been talking about the upcoming Life is Beautiful event that happened this weekend. Excitement at the

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What Clinton and Trump Must Do Tonight

What Clinton and Trump Must Do Tonight By Aron Csiki | September 26th, 2016 Tonight’s debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is expected to rack up a record breaking 100 million viewers. This number does not even account for

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Latino Heritage Month kick-off event gets a rocky start

Latino Heritage Month kick-off event gets a rocky startBy Daniella Gonzalez | September 19th, 2016 Rebel Events Board (REB) and the Students Organizing Diversity Activities (SODA), joined forces to kick off Latino Heritage Month on Sept. 14. The festivities kicked

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Oil Company Ready To Pollute Native Land

Oil Company Ready To Pollute Native LandBy Aron Csiki | September 19th, 2016 It is a partly cloudy afternoon in Sioux County, North Dakota. The overcast is slowly engulfing the sky during this humid day. Though the weather is cooling,

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Hidden Perks

Hidden PerksBy Brandon Ramirez | September 19th, 2016 Have you ever perused the “UNLV Bucket List” featured in the Rebel Planner? It is filled with all kinds of UNLV specific experiences, ranging from the inevitable “Study In The Library,” to

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The Beauty of UNLV

The Beauty of UNLVBy Kennedy Jones | September 12th, 2016 I was asked to write about why I transferred to UNLV before I started, and although I had many reasons for leaving the University of Missouri, Columbia (Mizzou), I was

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Pokemon Go and Positivity

Pokemon Go and PositivityBy Kelly Lutzker | September 11th, 2016 The new Pokemon Go app has swept the nation since its release in July. Pokemon lovers everywhere rejoiced at the chance to finally have an interactive Pokemon game and Pokemon

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The State of the Paper

The State of the PaperBy Bianca Cseke | September 7th, 2016 UNLV’s only independent student newspaper is not having an easy time right now. Issues have been piling up for years, but this year is going to determine the future

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Why I transferred to UNLV

Why I transferred to UNLVBy Kennedy Jones | August 29th, 2016 Leaving Las Vegas the summer of 2015 was the easiest thing I had ever done. I was unbothered by the worries and fears of my parents and the comments

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