UNLV Cheer Speak On Netflix Series “CHEER”

By Cabria Kirby  The sport that has never quite gotten the respect it deserves. Cheerleading. Cheerleaders constantly work hard in silence to prove the amount of athleticism needed to be a cheerleader. Cheerleading is evolving and the Netflix docu-series “CHEER” tells the story.  The docu-series “CHEER” follows a junior college cheer team Navarro College from […]

The Importance of Music in Film

By: Nick Vita What makes a movie scene memorable? An over the top action sequence might stick in your mind, or a laugh out loud comedy gag may do the trick as well. A dramatic moment of love or death that makes audiences shed a tear will definitely be one to remember. How about a […]

How To Protect Yourself During Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak

By: Parshae Robateau In the wake of the flu season, a coronavirus outbreak has threatened the lives of many across the nation. According to the Centers for Disease Control, there are now 13 confirmed cases of infection in the United States and over 60,000 in the originating state of Wuhan, China. COVID-19 is the scientific […]

Everything you need to know about your passport before studying abroad

By Matisse Johnson Photo by Agus Dietrich on Unsplash Travel 101 starts with the one item you absolutely must have for any international journey, your passport. If your preparing to study abroad or heading on a trip overseas, here is the step by step need to know about the little book that keeps you going places.  Getting your […]

Will the U.S. Ever Care About Rugby?

By Lucas Peltier Photo courtesy by the Rebel Report Rugby is perhaps one of England’s crown jewels in the sporting world played by almost 10 million men and women across the globe, as well as an Olympic sport.  So why hasn’t it taken off in the United States? Short answer is because it’s not football. […]

An Overview Of DC Birds OF Prey

By Nestor Sanchez It’s been a week since the release of DC’s newest movie Birds Of Prey (And The Fabulist Emancipation Of One Harley Quin). For those who may not know, The Birds Of Prey are a comic book team with a mix of heroes and anti-heroes. This latest movie is set up as the […]

The Aftermath: UFC 247- Jon Jones makes history, remains the GOAT

  By Tawny Cox Jon Jones added another name to his long list of victories this past Saturday, February 8, at UFC 247 in Houston, Texas. He handed Dominick Reyes his first loss to win a close match via unanimous decision to surpass George St. Pierre for most title defenses in UFC history at 14. […]

Congrats to Parasite, But It’s Time for Award Shows to End

  by Trey Arline Let us all collectively sigh in relief because this is one of the rare years where the Oscars got it right: the Academy Award for Best Picture went to the most deserving film of the year and it is truly a film that will live on and be appreciated in time. […]

Bigger families. Bigger benefits. Or not?

It’s Thanksgiving day and I’d say I’m number 12 of around 30 cousins in line waiting to make a plate. Trying to convince my vegan cousins to let me get in front — that their vegan mac’ n cheese will still be there at the end of this. The day starts stressful. You’re told not […]