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The College Foodie: Las Vegans can take a bite out of new Red Robin ramen burger

By Camalot Todd and Joahna Claire   If there’s a food that embodies the typical college experience, the Red Robin Red Ramen Burger is it.   Starting on April 4 for a limited time, the national burger chain Red Robin

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The College Foodie: Take a historical, scary and delicious ride to Pioneer Saloon 0

If you followed my directions to the legendary Pioneer Saloon, as you were driving you would probably be cursing my name because you’d think I had sent you on a wild goose chase through the desert.   Oddly enough, that’s

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Eating on Campus vs. Packing Food From Home 0

Hungry students swarm the Student Union to buy snacks between classes—yet a simple snack like a banana can cost a pretty penny depending on where it’s from.   Starbucks, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf and the P.O.D. marketplace all have

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The College Foodie: Sweets Raku 0

By Jessica Segovia   The apples are so beautiful that even Snow White wouldn’t hesitate to take a bite at Sweets Raku.   The 21-seat Japanese dessert bar brings an upscale intimate twist as visitors are surprised with the simple

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Forget About It: Bite into Cugino’s Italian food 0

  “Cugino” is the Italian word for cousin – a male cousin to be more precise – and many UNLV students will tell you Cugino means delicious, authentic Italian food.     Cugino’s Italian Deli & Pizza is located across

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Valentine’s Day Events Guide 0

By Jessica Segovia   As February rolls in, so do oversized teddy bears and cute red hearts.  It’s Valentine’s Day and it doesn’t matter if you’re single, dating or married — everyone must endure it.   To make this holiday

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Arawan, artfully Thai 0

By: Jessica Segovia   Hidden in the corner of Commercial Center on Sahara Avenue and Maryland Parkway lies a peaceful and tranquil oasis of Thai food called Arawan, which translates to “elephant” in Thai.   Upon entering this hidden gem,

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Last Semester Blues: What I should have done 0

I have been in college for a long time-enough time to be a senior at least once over-the math is scary- and my time here is finally drawing to a close. Lucky for me, I have a platform from which

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The Third Annual Sunset Park’d Food Truck Event

This past weekend, Clark County Parks and Recreation hosted its third annual Sunset Park’d Food Truck event. The free all-ages event was held on Nov. 14 in Sunset Park and featured more than 30 food trucks, live music and adult

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Possible meal plan price increase looming

Students living in the residence halls may have to pay more for their meal plans if a proposed increase of 4 percent is passed. If approved, it will take effect in the 2016-2017 school year. Most residents said that they

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