Keeping Heroes Safe in a Storm

By: Briana Hicks COVID-19 has shifted the atmosphere within the nation, leaving Americans to view the meaning behind essential differently. On the front lines, working long hours and extra shifts is grocery workers. They have become the staple point and necessity to ensure that Americans everywhere have access to the things that supply and provide […]

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.

The 206 Zine Highlights Local Roller-skating Culture

Zines have been used as a form of expression for decades in counterculture. Used to shed light on communities that may not get attention in mainstream media yet are still impactful to small circulations of people. They are generally self-published and cost friendly which give a great deal of wiggle room for creativity. The range […]

The 2020 World Series

Martha Cruz   After what seemed to be a never-ending time in quarantine with no sporting events to look forward to, the MLB season continued in a very distinctive way, and before you knew it, the 2020 World Series came to be. Even with all the new COIVD-19 guidelines put in place, the game of […]

The Zero Waste Life

The zero-waste lifestyle is something that I have been researching and learning more about lately. I can not help but think that my daily consumption habits are not the best and definitly need work. I would like to reduce my carbon footprint and not waste so much but really did not know where to begin. […]

Online Sports Betting Market Sees Huge Jump Despite Pandemic

Nevada Remains On The Outside Looking In Written By Dominic Schatzan At the beginning of the pandemic, there was justifiable fear that the sports betting market would take a big hit; all the major leagues suddenly shut down and most sportsbooks halted operation. Spurred by a sudden outbreak of COVID-19 cases on the Utah Jazz, […]

The Downfall of Society’s Teenage Dream

Briana Herrera | November 8th, 2020  It’s the summer of 2008 and “I Kissed a Girl” is constantly playing through every radio station you flip through. Katy Perry is on the precipice of releasing her debut album, now being cemented with her single, with the allusive #1 song on Billboard’s Hot 100. Then, to some, […]

3 Sustainable Clothing Materials You Need To Try

By: Ciera Kemp There are dozens of materials that can be made into fabrics, yet unfortunately, many of the clothes we buy and wear are made from unethically and unsustainably sourced materials. Some of these materials like regular cotton were produced from crops sprayed with harmful pesticides that do not get completely washed from the […]

Kokrak Wins The CJ Cup at Shadow Creek

(Christian Petersen/Getty Images) North Las Vegas, NV –  The prestigious Shadow Creek Golf Course caught the world’s attention during “The Match” between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, although most true golf fans have known Steve Wynn’s former course as one of the most exclusive on the planet.  Now owned and operated by MGM Resorts International, […]

The 1000 Meter Difference

By: Vanessa Lauren From gangs to guest speaking. That’s the story of one man from the West Side of Chicago. Arshay Cooper is a rower, award-winning author, motivational speaker and activist who’s next stop is UNLV.  His story starts on the streets of Chicago and unlike the 33 percent of boys he grew up with, […]

Will we ever see movies in theaters again?

Remember watching Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in the movie theater last December? The film was the most anticipated Star Wars movie since 1980 when The Empire Strikes Back premiered. Not only was it the final movie of the entire Star Wars trilogy, but the world also discovered the fates of Darth Vader’s grandson, […]

What Does it Take For A Farm to be Certified USDA Organic?

Have you ever thought of the steps it takes into creating the certified organic produce we see in the grocery market? Creating a USDA Organic farm is much more daunting than most of the consuming public would think. It takes years, acres of land, knowledge, and thousands of dollars to begin producing fully certified USDA […]