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, […]

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, […]

Marvel Fans Disappointed After This Event Was Cancelled

The cancellation of San Diego Comic-Con left many Marvel fans disappointed. The San Diego Comic-Con Convention (SDCC), or Comic-Con International, is a California NonProfit Public Benefit Corporation organized for charitable purposes and dedicated to creating the general public’s awareness and appreciation for comics and related popular art forms. The convention got its start in the […]

Movie Theaters Are Dying, and Covid-19 Didn’t Kill Them

  The Covid-19 pandemic swept across the country and got its diseased ridden fingerprints on nearly every major industry in America. Movie theaters were not an exception, and after nearly 6 months of being shut down, major theater chains reopened their doors back in late August. AMC specifically were selling opening day tickets for 15 […]

Brand New Drive-Thru Halloween Experience Only in Vegas

By: Vanessa Lauren Over 250 events have been canceled or postponed since March 15th, 2020 due to COVID-19. Halloween will not be one of them.  Although many industries have been affected by COVID-19 the entertainment industry is one that has been hit the hardest especially here in Las Vegas. From shows like Blue Man Group, […]

Wonho Beats Adversity With His First Solo Album

From group member to solo artist, Wonho makes a comeback with his new single Open Mind. Wonho was part of a popular Kpop group named Monsta X. As a 7 member band, Monsta X reached global popularity when controversy started to surround Wonho. Generally viewed as a well mannered and kind man, rumors about his […]

Sports Teams Are Still Winning Without Them

By: Triana Gando A sporting event isn’t complete without the help of the team’s cheerleaders on the sidelines. However, with the current state of the world and COVID-19, these performers are put on the back burner. NBA and NHL teams have resorted to playing in the bubble and NFL teams are limiting spectators. Where does […]