Marta Meana In The News

Irish Examiner
Being asked to deliver any kind of sexual narrative when it does not come naturally can feel awkward
Las Vegas Review Journal
Nevada is currently leading the nation in job growth and experiencing an uptick in college-educated workers moving to Clark County in particular.
Las Vegas Sun
Mae Ling Catayong was still a teenager when she realized that resources some may take for granted are not easily available to all. Her hard-of-hearing mother’s hearing aids broke, and as an immigrant who was never taught sign language in school, Catayong’s mother couldn’t communicate with her family. They couldn’t afford replacements, so the family resorted to typing out their conversations on her smartphone.
The Nevada Independent
The two proposed real estate developments envisioned by the bill are the “Summerlin Production Studios Project” — where the Howard Hughes Corp. is expected to lead development in partnership with Sony — and the “Las Vegas Media Campus Project” developed by Birtcher Development at the Harry Reid Research and Technology Park on UNLV’s campus. No studio partner has come along at this point for the UNLV site.
Sensual: An Erotic Life
“Great,” I thought to myself the other day when I first learned of a new Netflix movie about an open relationship. “Here’s finally a story about people like me.” But it turns out the only thing worse than very rarely seeing the kind of life you live depicted in a movie is to see it grossly misunderstood and judged. Newness turned out to be nothing more than a morality play warning people of how vapid and doomed to failure open relationships are, and presenting the relative boredom (as they depicted it) of monogamy to be worth the price of love.
K.L.A.S. T.V. 8 News Now
UNLV expects the majority of its fall semester will be conducted in-person, according to a letter from university President Dr. Marta Meana.
The Nevada Independent
The Board of Regents approved a proposal for sweeping reductions Friday that would cut between $68 and $124 million from the Nevada System of Higher Education budget amid the most drastic crunch to hit state revenues since the 2008 financial crisis.
Las Vegas Review Journal
Students living in dorms at Nevada universities have been asked to leave and return to their homes and families as part of the closure of all nonessential operations at Nevada System of Higher Education schools, according to an announcement from Chancellor Thom Reilly.