There and Back Again: A profile of Professor John Bowers

Professor John Bowers has held nearly every position available within UNLV’s English department, from chair of various selection committees to chair of the entire department.   He’s also one of the most sought-after professors in the department – his sections

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Dec. 3-4 Board of Regents Meeting Agenda

The next NSHE Board of Regents meeting will be held at UNLV this week Thursday and Friday in the Student Union ballroom. Here are some highlights of what issues the board will be discussing that will affect UNLV.   Thursday,

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Political Events Calendar

Local Political Events Schedule   Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2015 Republican Primary Debate 6 p.m. The Venetian   Saturday, Feb. 20, 2016 Democratic Precinct Caucuses Voting begins at 12:00 p.m. Location to be determined   Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2016 Republican Precinct

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Absentee Ballot Guide

Not going to be in town come Election Day next year? Planning to be in the military or overseas for whatever reason by that time? Good news – just because you won’t be in town on Nov. 8, 2016 doesn’t

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A student’s guide to the nomination process

As students wind down from a long semester, the fight for presidential nominations is about to ramp up.   Understanding the nomination process may be difficult at times amidst the storm of rhetoric. The path from declaring intention to gaining

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Committee plans for 2016 presidential debate at UNLV

Editor’s Note: Rene McCullough, editor-in-chief of The Rebel Yell, is on the Presidential Debate Campus Engagement Committee discussed in this story. She was not involved in the assignment, reporting or editing of this story.   UNLV has a new committee

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Presidential playlist

Democrats   Bernie Sanders: I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) – The Proclaimers “And when the money comes in for the work I do, I’ll pass almost every penny on to you.”   Hillary Clinton: Run the World (Girls) – Beyonce

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Political movies you can binge watch

The faces of Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Bernie Sanders and many others have appeared regularly on our television screens for the past few months. This means one thing – the race to be the next President of the

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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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