UNLV Upsets No. 4 San Diego State

Saturday afternoon the Runnin’ Rebels defeated the undefeated in the Mountain West Conference, taking down the Aztecs, 66-63, in the Viejas Arena. The No. 4 ranked Aztecs were the highest-ranked opponent UNLV has defeated on the road since 1991. This was a revenge win for the Rebels after falling just short to the Aztecs at home in late January, 71-67.

Could COVID-19 post-pone future construction in Las Vegas?

By: Brianna Fayerverger Las Vegas is known as the city that never sleeps, but the coronavirus scare has left its mark. A huge part of the Las Vegas economy came to a halt in early March, leaving everything from hotels/casinos on the Las Vegas strip to restaurants, hair and nail salons, gyms and many retail […]

Martial Arts studio impacted by Covid-19

by Lucas Peltier HENDERSON, NEV. – Around 9:45 in the morning, martial arts instructors Devin Neudeck, 28, and Yasmin Brown, 26, of Spirit Taekwondo connect their laptop to a monitor and wait for the faces of about 20 or so eager students to appear on the screen at 10 o’clock.  The two instructors then run […]

Allegiant Stadium: Future Home Of The Las Vegas Raiders

(Image: Raiders.com ) By: Amber Wilson   The Allegiant Stadium is the official home of the Las Vegas Raiders in 2020. When the Raiders announced plans to move to Las Vegas in 2017 and was approved later that year. Construction began on November 13, 2017, and is set to be completed in July 2020 in […]

The Brilliance of the Opening Scene in Scream

by Arturo Sanchez In December 1996, Wes Craven’s “Scream” revolutionized horror cinema as we know it, and its opening scene cements that. The line “Do you like scary movies?” was never viewed as a naive question to moviegoers ever again, instead audiences saw it as a terrifying introduction to Drew Barrymore’s character Casey Becker. The […]

March 2020: “Eat Right, Bite by Bite”

By: Parshae Robateau March is National Nutrition Month and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is devoted to serve as a vehicle to deliver educated nutrition messages to the public. They are the world’s largest organization of food and nutrition professionals. As part of their campaign, they invite the public to focus on the importance […]

The Bizarre Timeline of the Halloween Films

By: Nick Vita Halloween Kills, the newest installment to the Halloween franchise, will be released in October. This will be the 12th film to a series that was supposed to end after the second movie. Michael Myers always seems to find a way to resurrect and return to the big screen though. With so many […]

In The Cut w/ UNLV Football

By Cabria Kirby  Football and Men’s Basketball seem to be the two sports that many universities invest in! While the university does invest a lot of money into these programs, Football is a big one at UNLV but, the donors play a huge role into the success of the program.  The $34 billion dollar Fertitta […]

Madison Curry in Jordan Peele's "Us," Courtesy Universal Pictures

Black Reality TV Panders to Society Biases

By: Michael Easter Reality TV shows have become binge-worthy in the media, specifically Black reality shows. Networks like VH1 and Bravo, that offer black reality for consumers, are filled with excitement, jaw-dropping moments, drama, and memes for Twitter users. Each clip of the next episode, highlighting the drama to ensue, beckons viewers to tune in […]

Let College Students Take A Day Off!

By: Kelsey Olsen I’m sure by now the memes of college students buried to their ears in books is so overused, but let’s be honest: IT’S TRUE! College is four years of studying your heart out, retaking classes, trying to shoot for that C average, just to receive one piece of paper worth $60,000+. According […]