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Rebels rack up runs against Reno

After losing 0-6 against their interstate rival, the Wolf Pack, on April 15, UNLV softball got their  revenge on UNR Saturday, beating them 5-3 at home. The three-game series ended on Sunday at the Jim Rogers Field.   At the

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The Broader Impact of a Mascot Change for UNLV Athletics 0

By Kevin Krall   Many concerned students are pushing for a change to the UNLV mascot Hey Reb! However, this change can impact the UNLV athletics identity in a negative way.   If the consensus is reached to give the

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Rebels over the Rainbow, extend winning streak against UH

  UNLV’s women’s tennis team clinched a tight win against Hawai’i, 4-3 on Saturday at the Fertitta Tennis Complex. The 64th ranked, undefeated team continued their 18 consecutive winning streak.   The Rebels set a record for the most consecutive

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UNLV releases football season schedule 0

UNLV football seasons kicks off Sept. 1 against Jackson State at UNLV.   “It’s great that we are opening the season at home,” UNLV head coach Tony Sanchez said in a press release. “We have a lot to do but

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Editorial: The Damage of Shutting Out Women’s Sports 0

By Kevin Krall   The Runnin’ Rebels have always come first or at least before Lady Rebels — but as much respect as the men’s basketball team gets, the women’s team arguably deserves that much more.   Looking at that

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Sports clubs, intramural teams help students get active 0

NCAA teams are not the only way students can participate in sports teams at UNLV.   There are two types of sports organizations on campus: sports clubs and the UNLV intramural sports program.   In sports clubs, which are student-run

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Lady Rebels round up the competition

On Monday Nov. 23, the Lady Rebels toppled the Cal State San Marcos Cougars 62-43. The Lady Rebels brought in their fourth win in a row at the Cox Pavilion.   The starting five players were senior Aley Rohde, senior

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Sports teams stand in support of progress

Across the nation, sports teams have stood in solidarity with a variety of oppressed groups for a variety of reasons. The most recent example of this is the football players at the University of Missouri refusing to play. Students on

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Sports attendance low despite athletic success

By Natalia Lancellotti “Win with the Rebels a victory today! Win with the Rebels, the Scarlet and Gray.” That was the fight song that echoed across Johann Field for Sunday’s thrilling men’s soccer game against Utah Valley, which treated the

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Rebels get picked off by Redhawks

The UNLV men’s soccer team suffered a devastating loss at the Peter Johann Memorial Field when going up against Seattle Friday night. Seattle scored within the final three minutes, losing 2­-3. The Rebels’ current record is now 9-­4-­1 in their

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