What we can learn from Hong Kong’s student activists

What we can learn from Hong Kong’s student activistsBy Aron Csiki | November 28th, 2016 Earlier this month, officials in Beijing committed the most egregious infringement of Hong Kong’s political rights since the city-state gained independence from the British in

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When the left leaves behind its standards

When the left leaves behind its standardsBy Brandon Ramirez | November 28th, 2016 There was once a wise woman who mused that 2016 would be “like, the year of just realizing stuff.” That woman was Kylie Jenner. Today, there is

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Obama’s shameful indifference

Obama’s shameful indifferenceBy Aron Csiki | November 28th, 2016 Boarding schools and broken promises, torn-up treaties and a Trail of Tears, slaughtered families and smallpox infections — these are among the heinous crimes that have been committed by the United

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See you later: A Non-Goodbye from Our Assistant Opinion Editor

See you later: A Non-Goodbye from Our Assistant Opinion EditorBy Kelly Lutzker | November 28th, 2016 Anyone who coexists in the same room with me for more than a few moments knows I am sarcastic by nature and bitter by

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Thanks-taking?

Thanks-taking? By Summer Thomad | November 28th, 2016 With each shiver-inducing greeting of brisk wind during passing periods, non-metaphorical cold feet and the daily battle to leave the cocoon-like comfort of my bed, it is clear that November is in

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Sushi burrito restaurant rolls into the Student Union

Sushi burrito restaurant rolls into the Student UnionBy Annabel Rocha | November 28th, 2016 Photo credit by Sasha McCormick UNLV students have a new dining option to satisfy their cravings in the Student Union. SOHO Sushi Burrito fuses traditional sushi

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Sore legs and a smile: What I gained from training for and running in my first marathon

Sore legs and a smile: What I gained from training for and running in my first marathonBy Brandon Ramirez | November 21st, 2016 Running has always been an escape for me. In fact, I’m writing this piece on running right

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It’s No Fun Working The Holidays

It’s No Fun Working The HolidaysBy Alexander Steffanus | November 21st, 2016 There are a handful of days throughout the year that I feel particularly obligated to take off of work. Days of tradition and gathering that make me yearn

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The Dakota Access Pipeline protests in Vegas were righteous, but small

The Dakota Access Pipeline protests in Vegas were righteous, but small By Aron Csiki | November 21st, 2016 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney Nov. 15 was a National Day of Action against the Dakota Access Pipeline, an oil pipeline that

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Voter Shaming: The Sore Loser Party and Its Need To Lash Out

Voter Shaming: The Sore Loser Party and Its Need To Lash OutBy Alex Steffanus | November 14th, 2016 After the election ended, the fallout was tremendous on social media. People are now debating the reasons behind Donald Trump's victory. But

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