In The News: Department of English

New York Times
July 13, 2015
IMAGINE this: Before a job interview, you wait five hours in a room with your competition, but instead of business attire, you’re in bikinis and swimsuits, and prep with self-tanning lotion rather than hypothetical interview questions. When your turn comes to stand before the hiring panel, they ask you to walk, turn around, strike a pose for the camera. If you’re lucky, they might also ask about your past work experience. In the span of one minute, your interview is over. Exit stage right.
The Guardian
June 25, 2015
The version of Las Vegas that pop culture broadcasts to the world is, for the most part, confined to a narrow slice of the city, a couple of miles of Las Vegas Boulevard known as the Strip. Sometimes the view stretches to include downtown Las Vegas, home to the oldest casinos. This doesn’t reflect what it’s like to live here – we have schools, and grocery stores, and jobs, and we don’t all live in hotels. Both versions of the city are real and inseparable. The reality supports the image, and vice versa.
KNPR News
June 3, 2015
You and your friends sit down at a fancy Strip restaurant or at a bar in a casino, and the server turns out to be your professor.
KNPR News
May 28, 2015
New title for five UNLV students and faculty: Fulbright scholar
KNPR News
May 26, 2015
With Memorial Day over, summer has unofficially started, which in Las Vegas is defined as sitting in a cabana at a casino or lounging by the pool in the backyard or finding refuge in the coldest spot in the house.
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