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Do you need to go to class?

Do you need to go to class?: NSHE: No; UNLV: YesBy Blaze Lovell | April 25th, 2017 Attention students: thinking about skipping that 8:30 a.m. lecture? Think again. Because if attendance is required in your instructor’s syllabus, you’ll need to

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UNLV professor makes a mammoth discovery, uncovers fossils outside of Pahrump

UNLV professor makes a mammoth discovery, uncovers fossils outside of Pahrump By Jeniffer Solis | March 31st, 2017 Beneath the sand and rocks that stretch across Nye County, just northwest of Pahrump, lie the ancient remains of a mammoth. Stephen

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Lady Rebels beat Utah State in quarterfinal of Mountain West Tournament

Lady Rebels beat Utah State in quarterfinal of Mountain West TournamentBy Tara Mack | March 13th, 2017 Photo courtesy of McCormick The Lady Rebels ended the Utah State Aggies season on Wednesday night, winning 68-43 when they played at the

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BREAKING: CSUN executive board primary elections possibly compromised

BREAKING: CSUN executive board primary elections possibly compromisedBy Denise Hernandez & Blaze Lovell | March 10th, 2017 The CSUN executive board primary elections may have been compromised as students who did not vote received notifications saying that they had. “Sufficient

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Controversial Twitter posts by CSUN VP candidate Trevor Atkinson circulate social media

Controversial Twitter posts by CSUN VP candidate circulate social media By Denise Hernandez | March 7th, 2017 Controversial social media posts made by CSUN student vice presidential candidate Trevor Atkinson were revealed Tuesday afternoon. UNLV student Caitlyn Caruso shared to

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Graphic abortion images abuse free speech

Graphic abortion images abuse free speech For any UNLV student—especially in the free speech walkway—getting bombarded by different posters, beliefs and types of rhetoric are a daily fact of life. This sensory overload is best dealt with by putting headphones

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Jewish fraternity to march against anti-semitism

Jewish fraternity to march against anti-semitism Jewish fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi will march against anti-semitism on March 6, according to a CSUN press release. Graffiti found at 3581 Spencer St. prompted the march, which will take place from the fraternity’s

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Paying it forward

Paying it forward: New campaign encourages UNLV to give back in small ways By Denise Hernandez | February 6th, 2017 As the semester progresses, the pressure to perform well in classes is causing students to become overwhelmed on campus. A

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Runnin’ Rebels come up short against Colorado State, 69-49

Runnin’ Rebels come up short against Colorado State, 69-49By Priscilla Rogers | February 6th, 2017 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney Dropping the fourth game in a row, the woes roll on for the Runnin’ Rebels. They took another blow from

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It’s our stadium, too

It’s our stadium, too: Student opinions run hot, cold, lukewarmBy Blaze Lovell | January 30th, 2017 In a conference room just off of West Charleston Boulevard about 5.5 miles from UNLV, the Las Vegas Stadium Authority Board meets to discuss

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