In The News: College of Liberal Arts

Yahoo!
February 8, 2023

It was Valentine’s Day 1917 in the Minnesota farming village of Lewiston, and Fred Roth — a fourth grader — seems to have come up with just the way to express his love for his sweetheart, Louise Wirt. He gave her a card.

ABC News
February 8, 2023

It was Valentine’s Day 1917 in the Minnesota farming village of Lewiston, and Fred Roth — a fourth grader — seems to have come up with just the way to express his love for his sweetheart, Louise Wirt. He gave her a card.

Associated Press
February 8, 2023

It was Valentine’s Day 1917 in the Minnesota farming village of Lewiston, and Fred Roth — a fourth grader — seems to have come up with just the way to express his love for his sweetheart, Louise Wirt. He gave her a card.

History Channel
February 8, 2023

Celebrating Valentine’s Day in the United States comes with multiple go-to practices. Offering a bouquet of red roses to your beloved. Purchasing a card with a heartfelt message. Sharing a candlelit meal with your partner. Giving a heart-shaped box of delicious chocolates.

The Daily Evergreen
February 8, 2023

There are different perspectives behind our reasoning for kissing. The history of kissing is also very diverse, from being an instinct from breastfeeding to having to do with chimpanzees’ habits.

KLAS-TV: 8 News Now
February 8, 2023

On Tuesday the Biden administration announced a plan to transform how the nation understands and treats mental health. It’s a community-wide issue and as Black History Month is honored it’s important to note that seeking help can be difficult, especially in the Black community.

Authority Magazine
February 6, 2023

At some point in our lives, many of us will have to give a talk to a large group of people. What does it take to be a highly effective public speaker? How can you improve your public speaking skills? How can you overcome a fear of speaking in public? What does it take to give a very interesting and engaging public talk? In this interview series called “5 Things You Need To Be A Highly Effective Public Speaker” we are talking to successful and effective public speakers to share insights and stories from their experience. As a part of this series, we had the pleasure of interviewing David G. Schwartz.

The Sun
February 5, 2023

A casino guest was shocked when they checked in to find that their hotel corridor was covered in what looked like blood stains. The gambler had arrived for a short stay and a flutter, but was disturbed at what they saw as a bizarre interior design option.

Las Vegas Review Journal
February 4, 2023

New governor. New leadership. New members. New budget opportunities. And 120 days to get it all done. The 82nd session of the Nevada Legislature begins on Monday, and with it comes a host of new players and dynamics that will shape the state for years to come.

Las Vegas Review-Journal En Español
February 3, 2023

When you look at the northeast Las Vegas Valley mountain towering over Sunrise Manor, what do you call it? The correct answer is Frenchman Mountain, which may come as a surprise to many locals who call it "Sunrise Mountain."

Las Vegas Review Journal
February 3, 2023

When you look at the mountain in the northeast Las Vegas Valley that towers over Sunrise Manor, what do you call it? The correct answer is Frenchman Mountain, which may come as a surprise to many locals who call it “Sunrise Mountain.”

Las Vegas Review-Journal En Español
February 2, 2023

With the Republican National Committee redoubling its efforts to pass anti-abortion laws at the state and federal level, could the future success of Republican candidates in the disputed state of Nevada be at risk?