by David Thompson The daunting task of paying off student loan debts has become worse and worse for students around the nation. Students in Nevada are no different, expressing their fears of the crippling debt they will face after school. Rising Costs, Loans and Debts As the cost of education rises, so
By Amanda Ketchledge Craigslist is commonly known as a great site to find a used couch or an old TV, but what about pets? Casual transactions for furniture may work, but what happens to animals, especially when irresponsible adoptions occur? This past July, Reno resident Jason Brown was accused of
NOTE: THIS IS A MODIFIED WEB VERSION OF A RADIO MONTAGE FEATURE YOU CAN LISTEN TO ABOVE IN THIS SOUNDCLOUD. By: Walanya Vongsvirates The state of Nevada is ranked last in the nation for its education system, however, there is a large statewide push for children to pursue higher education.
By Anna Critchley “Art and Environment” is an artistic genre of its own with several subcategories, including eco-art and taxidermy. The Nevada Museum of Art is proud to house “the only research institute in the world devoted to the subject of creative interactions with natural, built, and virtual environments,” also
By Zoe Wentzel Moving beyond the subject of human relation to animals, Saturday’s conversation at the Nevada Museum of Art’s Art + Environment conference, held October 9 – 11, 2014, made a natural shift into the exploration of the human relation to the land. Mandy Martin, an Australian artist and conservationist,
by Anna Critchley The Art + Environment Conference at the Nevada Museum of Art has ushered many talented artists, art critics and fans to the Silver State. Lovers of nature and art can see the two converge at this meeting of minds that occurs only once every three years. Of special
by Zoe Wentzel One may find it difficult to comprehend how the creative world of art can be blended with the factual world of science. How can the subjective be blended with the objective without doing a disservice to either end of the spectrum? This exact question is what the
By Rocio Hernandez While Renoites are getting over the Wolf Pack’s loss to Boise State, they are excited about a new homecoming tradition. Rocio Hernandez has the story.
By Zoe Wentzel, @ZoeWentzel RENO, Nev. – There’s been a lot of hubbub about the recently signed Tesla legislation that will allow the five million-square-foot gigafactory to move into northern Nevada. With strong economic projections, the factory is expected to increase state employment by two percent according to the Nevada
By Nate Eng My experience in trying to find a “study drug” in college was as easy as finding where the party is on a Friday night. Ask around enough and you’ll find someone or someone’s friend that knows. In one day I managed to get five dealers’ phone numbers.