Untold stories of African Americans in History

Untold stories of African Americans in HistoryBy Dana Middleton | February 11th, 2018 Left to right: Bass Reeves, Lewis Latimer, and Claudette Colvin. Photos courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. We are all familiar with important black figures like Martin Luther King,

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Stop searching for love

Stop searching for loveBy Noah Stenehjem | February 11th, 2018 This Valentine’s Day season, instead of pulling out that secret stash of junk food and popping in “The Notebook,” treat yourself to something better. While many may feel down about

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The Super Bowl Commercials and Social Change

The Super Bowl Commercials and Social ChangeBy Levi Van Beek | February 11th, 2018 I am not a huge sports person, but I always watch the Super Bowl for the commercials. Usually, I watch them and do not look for

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Valentine’s Day: A True Display of Romance, Capitalist Agenda or Both?

Valentine’s Day: A True Display of Romance, Capitalist Agenda or Both?By Taylore Fox | February 11th, 2018 Illustration by Sophia Arredondo / UNLV Scarlet & Gray Free Press What is the true meaning of Valentine’s Day? Is it really about

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Lady Doritos hitting shelves soon

Lady Doritos hitting shelves soonThis is purse-sized history, am I right ladies?By Faryn Duncan | February 11th, 2018 Description Illustration by Sophia Arredondo / UNLV Scarlet & Gray Free Press We have been represented by Marie Curie, who was the

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Cognitive Dissonance, the Media and You

Cognitive Dissonance, the Media and YouBy Summer Thomad | February 4th, 2018 Anyone who has taken an entry-level psychology class is probably familiar with the concept of cognitive dissonance, but for anyone who needs a refresher, let’s review:   Cognitive

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Should Everyone Stop Eating Meat?

Should Everyone Stop Eating Meat?By Dana Middleton | February 4th, 2018 Eating a plant-based diet may be the best thing for you. Photo by Max Pixel Whenever I see someone walking down the street in a fur coat or strutting

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The Moral Dilemma Regarding Scamming Culture in India

The Moral Dilemma Regarding Scamming Culture in IndiaBy Noah Stenehjem | February 4th, 2018 In an impoverished country such as India, should Indian perpetrators of online virus scamming be held accountable for their actions? Photo from Wikimedia Commons Living in

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Opinion: Technology Makes Zombies of Us All

Opinion: Technology Makes Zombies of Us AllBy Dana Middleton | January 28th, 2018 Walking through the Student Union and throughout campus, you may see some small groups of people communicating. However, for the most part, you will realize that most

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Opinion: Holding Youtube Accountable

Opinion: Holding Youtube AccountableBy Levi Van Beek | January 28th, 2018 Graphic by Sophia Arredondo / UNLV Scarlet & Gray Free Press By all appearances, YouTube is a creator’s dream. Users have the ability to produce almost any content they

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