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UNLV still can’t kill the gnat that is San Diego State
The changes are dramatic, from the up-and-down play on the court to a lack of fervor in the stands, from the obvious drop in talent for one side to a colossal amount on the other, from contesting games at or near the top of the Mountain West standings to doing so with the hopes of climbing out of eighth place, from a disappointing record to a complete rebuild, from a heated rivalry to just another midweek game.
UNLV joins final push to get young adults to sign up for Obamacare insurance
UNLV is among the universities around the country participating in a push by the Obama administration to demographically shore up the Affordable Care Act health insurance marketplace by signing up more young adults.
The idea of a transcontinental highway in the West, spanning from Mexico to Canada, has been kicking around for decades. The possibility of this “CANAMEX” route, bookended by two international trade ports, has stirred high hopes for greatly expanding trade opportunities, industrial development, and new jobs for people and communities throughout the West.
UNLV ‘areas for expressive activity’ lead to a divided discourse
College campuses are supposed to be bastions of open expression. But during the recent presidential campaign rules to keep debate orderly at UNLV led to fractious discourse and left some students wondering where they could speak freely and safely.
It’s no secret that UNLV basketball is in the early stages of a massive rebuilding effort. After hiring a new coaching staff in April and bringing in 10 new scholarship players in one offseason, the climb back toward contender status is going to be a long and painstaking process. There are no shortcuts.