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To the Editor, UNLV Parking is ridiculous. Not only the parking situation, but parking enforcement!

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Letters: On-campus military recruiting

To the Editor, Last week, as many people may have seen, the Army had a large setup by the library with what I understood to be some type of flight simulator and a rock climbing wall. I may have missed

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Letters

To the Editor, Senator Rapoport’s request that the emails of President Cronis be made public is absolutely ridiculous. Cronis has never given anyone reason to believe he has unethical work behavior. He has even voted to reduce the amount of

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Letters: Regarding free scantrons

To the Editor, As I flip through the freshly placed Rebel Yell I stumble across a letter to the editor [March 16]. In it, you express your anger and concern at having “to pay an additional 42 cents for scantrons.”

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Letters: Air conditioning and scantrons

To the Editor, Can we please turn the air conditioning off? So I thought we were having a budget crisis? Isn’t that what that whole giant rally earlier this year was about? How devastating the proposed drastic budget cuts would

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Letters: Response to 'A Pro-Palestinian view' and 'Rebels seal BYU sweep'

To the Editor, A RESPONSE TO ‘A PRO-PALESTINIAN VIEW ‘(FEB. 23, 2009) “The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance… it is the illusion of knowledge.”

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Re: Speaker rebuts drug policy

Stephen H. Frye hit the bull’s-eye calling for credible drug law reform (Speaker Rebuts Drug Policy, Feb. 19, 2009) and that means Re-legalizing cannabis (marijuana) at the very least.

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RE: The irony of budget cuts and tuition increases

Mr. Jarzen reduces the current crisis to an abstraction to avoid having to deal with the reality of what the governor’s plan would do to our community.

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Letters

To the Editor, As a student at the University of Las Vegas, Nevada, I have seen first-hand the dire consequences the brutal cuts to education in Nevada as championed by Governor Gibbons will have for our state.

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Letters: Angry about impending tuition hike

  I am flabbergasted that student tuition stands to go up to 25 percent next semester. Is it not enough that students are subject to the current economic down turn?

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