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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the Editor, I appreciate Mr. Hamilton’s writing about Alternative Spring Break (ASB) in an article titled “Paid vacation doesn’t count as an act of service,” in the April 12, 2012 issue of the Rebel Yell. On second thought, no

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To the Editor, The article "Sports need to stop the drama,” seems to be a short-sighted and hastily written work that failed to really touch on any issue whatsoever. The lockout issue is far more than "millionaires vs billionaires” as

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To the Editor, One thing to keep in mind is that when a decision as serious as eliminating a program is made, there is a reason behind it. It’s not simply about money. It has to do whether or not

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To the Editor, I find it interesting that you continue to report on the UNLV College Republicans’ untruthful attacks on Prof. Dina Titus’s salary and workload. Neither they nor you ever bother to mention that the advisor of the College

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Re: ‘Butterfly’ falls short of the original

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Re: Reflections from the road home: One Rebel's trip with Taglit-Birthright Israel To the Editor, On March 28th, 2011, The Rebel Yell published "Reflections from the road home: One Rebel's trip with Taglit-Birthright Israel” by Rochel Leah Goldblatt. Goldblatt's article

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To the Editor, It is common knowledge UNLV is forced into a position in which cutting spending is necessary. The question then is whether the right business and moral strategy is to cut horizontally or vertically. So far, the myth

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Re: Sit down, buckle in, and enjoy the recession To the Editor, Shame on you Mr. Nathan, what an insensitive statement to make “If you can’t handle a 5 percent pay cut, your priorities are in the wrong place.” Many

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Re: Sit down, buckle up, and enjoy the recession To the Editor, You are naive if you think the battle going on in Wisconsin has anything to do with balancing Wisconsin's budget. This is the culmination of a battle to

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Re: Water stop in Beam Hall advances campus green goals To the Editor, As a University student and environmentalist, I support this program because it moves our school to a "suitability” environment. I could love to visit Frank and Estella

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