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Our Lady Rebels are on their way to the Big Dance! On Tuesday, the UNLV women's basketball team headed to Louisiana to take on Michigan in the first round of the NCAA basketball tournament.
The parent companies of regional banks in Nevada tried to assuage client concerns after trading in their shares was temporarily halted several times on Monday as panic spread among investors after the collapse of two big banks.
The highest number of monkeypox (mpox) cases in the world is reported in the United States, with a total of 30,225 cases, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). As of March 1, 2023, 38 deaths had been recorded.
Parent companies of regional banks in Nevada sought to quell customer concerns after their stocks were temporarily halted from trading several times Monday, as panic spread among investors following the fall of two large banks.
Brian Hatch says it's been more than eight years since he last placed a bet. Hatch isn't afraid to take those who tune in to his podcast, "All In: The Addicted Gambler's podcast," back to the lowest parts of his life. For more than a dozen years, he says, he spent multiple nights a week, many times until 5 a.m., at casino blackjack tables.
Monday marks one week from the beginning of spring which means people who suffer from allergies are on high alert. This allergy season is expected to be more intense this year as temperatures are warming up later than usual.
It is said that science is a mosaic of contributions from all over the world. Modern science has, however, been hailed as a product of Western civilization for centuries, with the narrative of its history centered around seventeenth-century European gentlemen, who distinguished themselves from the scholastic schoolmen of yore by seeking to uncover the laws of nature. This narrative has provided a powerful resource to explain the economic and political hegemony of Europe in the centuries to follow. But how accurate is the idea and notion of formulating science as a product of Western attitudes? And if that’s not the case, is it more incumbent than ever for the science community at large to help the world regard science as a global enterprise?
The UNLV Lady Rebels are headed to the NCAA Championship Tournament for their second season in a row.
Amid ongoing tensions between China and Taiwan, people here in Taipei may at times strike outsiders as blasé about the threat of Chinese attack.