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‘It’s About Time’ UNLV gets some flavor: Flavor Flav talks new music, ties with the campus

‘It’s About Time’ UNLV gets some flavor: Flavor Flav talks new music, ties with the campusBy Jacob Lasky | January 19th, 2017 Public Enemy hype man and TV celebrity, Flavor Flav, is no stranger to UNLV. A Las Vegas resident for

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CSUN President co-signs letter to Trump 1

By: Blaze Lovell CSUN President Carlos Fernandez co-signed a letter to President-elect Donald Trump, according to a press release.   The letter, which includes 51 signatures from student body presidents from around the nation, calls for Trump to support the

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Runnin’ Rebels lose by 49 to No. 5 ranked Duke University

Runnin’ Rebels lose by 49 to No. 5 ranked Duke University By Priscilla Rogers | December 11th, 2016 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney With a much different Duke University Blue Devils squad from the year 1990, the UNLV Rebels got

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UNLV to receive grant for a transportation center

UNLV to receive grant for a transportation center By Denise Hernandez |December 6th, 2016 On Dec. 1, Senator Harry Reid announced that UNLV will be receiving over a million dollars in grant money in order to create a Tier-1 University

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UNLV math instructor faces outrage for Facebook comments

UNLV math instructor faces outrage for Facebook comments By Blaze Lovell |December 1st, 2016 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney UNLV math instructor George Buch came under fire Dec. 1 for Facebook comments directed at undocumented immigrants. Buch’s comments on reporting

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Honors College hosts third annual Friendsgiving feast

Honors College hosts third annual Friendsgiving feastBy Jen Chiang | November 28th, 2016 While Thanksgiving is meant to be a holiday in which individuals express their gratitude to their family and friends, it may be difficult for residential students to

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Rebels football season comes to a disappointing end as UNR claims the Fremont Cannon

Rebels football season comes to a disappointing end as UNR claims the Fremont CannonBy Priscilla Rogers and Michaela Jackson | November 28th, 2016 Photo courtesy of Andrew Rigney The University of Nevada, Reno recaptured the Fremont Cannon with a score

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UNLV holds post-election therapy sessions for students

UNLV holds post-election therapy sessions for studentsBy Madeson Moritz | November 28th, 2016 Following the results of the 2016 election, the UNLV Center for Individual, Couple and Family (CICFC) will be holding group therapy sessions for individuals experiencing emotional distress.

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Lady Rebels demolish Concordia, seizes their 10th season opener

Lady Rebels demolish Concordia, seizes their 10th season openerBy Michaela Jackson | November 14th, 2016 Photo courtesy of Sasha McCormick The UNLV Women’s Basketball played against the Concordia Eagles on Nov. 11 for their season opener at the Thomas &

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Rebels get ‘rammed’ by CSU

Rebels get ‘rammed’ by CSUBy Mark Chisolm | October 24th, 2016 The Rebels took another disappointing loss at the hands of the Colorado State Rams, Saturday afternoon. Both the offense and defense seemed as if they couldn’t get out of

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