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Five New Vegas Restaurants You Don’t Want to Miss

September 15, 2020 3:49pm | Daniel Chong

With COVID-19’s influence reaching an all-time high, Vegas’s normally vibrant dining scene has slowed to a snail’s place. With many of our favorite restaurants being forced to shut down or limited to takeout and delivery, heavy restrictions in place on restaurant operations have made eating […]

“My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy”: The Album of the Decade

February 3, 2020 5:45pm | Antonio Moseby

As we enter the 2020s, it is important to recognize the significant changes pop culture has gone through over the past 10 years. The 2010s were a pop culture explosion, with the internet enabling users to create and share content globally.  Music was one of […]

How to be Fashionably Warm — a Winter Fashion Guide

January 23, 2020 12:05am | Angelyn Celis

As the temperature begins to drop, everyone starts wrapping up in their over-sized hoodies and gray sweatpants. While an outfit like this may be comfortable, it doesn’t include the most fashionable staple items. If this is you, don’t worry- follow these five simple tips that […]

Music Recommendations for the Fall Season

November 13, 2019 2:50pm | Antonio Moseby, Jorge Castro

Fall: the time when trees change colors to orange and red, when you feast with your family for Thanksgiving, when you feel that comforting breeze when you walk outside. Fall is many people’s favorite season, but there is one strange thing about it- there’s not […]

The Cure to Senioritis

October 28, 2019 4:57pm | Angelyn Celis

It’s natural for seniors to slack off, especially when they’re so close to the finish line. Their most stressful year of high school is coming to an end, and they can finally take some time to relax. Although college-bound seniors have to deal with stressful […]