‘13 Reasons Why’ does not glamorize suicide but there’s room for improvement

‘13 Reasons Why’ does not glamorize suicide but there’s room for improvement By Alexander Steffanus | April 25th, 2017 Courtesy photo of 13 Reasons Why Bloggers, news writers and social media users are claiming that “13 Reasons Why” is a

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Column: To My Free Press Family

Column: To My Free Press Family: Not a Goodbye, a Thank You What you’re about to read is supposed to be a goodbye column. Keywords: supposed to be. It’s become a tradition for editors and writers to write a farewell

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PETA’s display on UNLV was wrong about circus animals

PETA’s display on UNLV was wrong about circus animals PETA2, a youth branch of the animal rights advocacy group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), set up a display in the amphitheatre last week, showcasing the many abuses

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Vote Christopher Roys and #TeamNoSleep

Vote Christopher Roys and #TeamNoSleepBy Alexander Steffanus | April 17th, 2017 This is it. The general election for UNLV’s student body president, as well as his running mates, concludes this week— the days to vote are this Wednesday and Thursday,

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Vote Fabian Donate and House of Rebels

Vote Fabian Donate and House of RebelsBy Aron Csiki | April 17th, 2017 After what seemed to be an intentional parody of the 2016 presidential elections—rife with controversy, dirty rumors and scandals—the CSUN student government elections have finally landed in

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Op-Ed: A Native American Yucca Mountain Experience

Op-Ed: A Native American Yucca Mountain ExperienceBy Ian Zabarte | April 17th, 2017 The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) set the radiation protection standards for Yucca Mountain in 2001 without considering the comments of the Native Community Action Council challenging the

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UNLV has a DREAM

UNLV has a DREAMBy Micajah Daniels | April 17th, 2017 When we think of integration we often romanticize a past time. There is a nostalgia about the 1960s and the revolutionary change that occurred on the backs of those who

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US’ Syrian missile strikes are a hypocritical play for power

US’ Syrian missile strikes are a hypocritical play for powerBy Summer Thomad| April 17th, 2017 The U.S. launched a military strike on a Syrian government air base Thursday in response to a chemical weapons attack that killed scores of civilians

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Yansen Letter to the Editor

Yansen Letter to the Editor Dear Scarlet & Gray Free Press, On page 4 of the April 3 edition, you printed a news article titled, “Sex 101 workshop seeks to normalize sex, destigmatize use of adult toys,” authored by Kristen

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Keep talking, we’re listening

Keep talking, we’re listeningBy Bianca Cseke | April 3rd, 2017 Do you take issue with the UNLV Scarlet & Gray Free Press and not consider it a reputable news source? The Free Press staff has noticed and would like to

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