Slacktivism: When Social Media and Social Justice Collide

By: Jasel Layson One Like = One Life Saved! As you scroll through your feed, you come across a picture of a little girl. She can’t be older than three years old. She’s dressed in ragged old clothes and has the biggest frown on her face. The caption reads, “One like equals one life saved!” […]

This is Why You Can’t Play Daily Fantasy Sports in Nevada

DFS isn’t illegal in Nevada, but Nevadans still have no way to play… or do we? Written By Dominic Schatzan On October 15, 2015, the Nevada Gaming Control Board announced that all Daily Fantasy Sports were operating illegally in Nevada because they were not licensed to do so. Thousands of Nevadans were suddenly unable to […]

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, […]

Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin are the top two contenders leading into the NASCAR Playoffs: Round of 8.

NASCAR Playoffs: Round of 8 Preview

By: Kenny Jimison The “Round of 8” in the NASCAR Playoffs starts tomorrow at Kansas Speedway. Eight drivers will go head to head for three races, all battling for a spot in the “Championship 4” race at Phoenix Raceway on November 8. The 2020 NASCAR Playoffs grid. (Image courtesy: CBS Sports) Leading the charge is […]

NFL Draft Goes Virtual

(Photo: Raiders.com) By: Amber Wilson The 2020 NFL Draft will still take place April 23-25 TV and Live Stream: NFL Network, ESPN, and ABC Round 1: Thursday, April 23, 5 p.m. PT Round 2-3: Friday, April 24, 4 p.m. PT Round 4-7: Saturday, April 25, 9 a.m. PT The spread of the coronavirus in the United […]

Swift and Peep – Two Netflix Documentaries Worth Watching

Grace Meyer | April 3, 2020 Staying home means needing to find things to fill our days. From video games to finally getting to start that hobby, we find ourselves doing anything to stay in as much as possible. Netflix binges and movie watching are also worming their ways into our day-to-day. This week, I […]

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

Black Reality TV Panders to Society Biases

By: Briana Hicks 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 […]