In The News: College of Liberal Arts

Las Vegas Sun
October 6, 2015

In America, it’s fairly common for lovers to steal a kiss in public. But try that in another country and you might be met with weird looks.

Las Vegas Review Journal
October 2, 2015

Patty Kreckman was in a domestic violence situation when her husband gave her an ultimatum — him or the cat. She chose the cat and moved out.

Fox News
September 30, 2015

It's tough to be Reno.

"The Biggest Little City in the World" is largely overshadowed by its bigger, glitzier brother to the south, Las Vegas.

KSNV-TV: News 3
September 29, 2015

One city. Three debates.

Move over, gaming. We’re becoming a debate destination.

The Guardian
September 28, 2015

Donald Trump has called it a “great honor” that workers at the Trump Hotel in Las Vegas had thus far declined to unionize. “They love me,” he said last month on the campaign trail.

KLAS-TV: 8 News Now
September 23, 2015

Pope Francis will be speaking in front of a joint session of Congress on Capitol Hill.

Reno Gazette-Journal
September 17, 2015

The packed crowd watching CNN’s Republican presidential debate at Reno’s Men Wielding Fire restaurant roared when candidate Carly Fiorina responded to a statement by Donald Trump that suggested Fiorina’s looks make her unelectable.

Fox News Latino
September 17, 2015

In a back corner of Bally's Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip, Ingrid Montenegro spends her days taking people's orders at a deli and watching gamblers shuffle in and out of the nearby poker room to refuel on cigarettes and coffee.

Las Vegas Review Journal
September 11, 2015

Southern Nevada is quietly remembering the sacrifices of 9/11.

Clark County, for the first time, is opting to have a scaled-down memorial service Friday that seeks to preserve the solemness of the occasion. It comes amid dwindling participation in past memorials.

GQ
September 10, 2015

Ever look around you at the sea of novelty T-shirts, shorts, and flip-flops and think, why can't dudes try a little harder? Well, you might be missing the point of the matter.

Business Insider
September 10, 2015

It's common knowledge among everyone who pays attention to such things that Americans frequently dress super casually — and have for quite a while now.

Washington Post
September 8, 2015

Look around you, and you'll likely notice a sea of different outfits. You might see similar articles of clothing — even the same ones — worn by different people, but rarely do you find two pairings of tops, bottoms, shoes, and accessories that are exactly alike.