2015 April Superhero Contest
Create your own superhero for a chance to win a Starbucks gift card.
Fitness: An uplifting lifestyle
In addition to physical developments, working out teaches me how to be resourceful and analytical.
Student Council hosts luncheon in honor of ‘National Student Leadership Week’
"National Student Leadership Week" takes place from April 19-25.
2,700 enrolled attendees gather at JEA, NSPA “Stories Elevated” conference
Approximately 2,700 enrolled attendees gathered at the 2015 JEA and NSPA "Stories Elevated" conference in Denver, Colo.
EDITORIAL: Combating RFRAs and their right to discriminate
"Religious Freedom Restoration Acts" need to be eliminated not only in Nevada, but nationwide as well.

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Seniors Benjamin Sison and Mia Salomon are two of the four selected scholarship recipients by the Epicurean Charitable Foundation. Both students will be attending UNLV in the fall. "I am so happy that I was able to earn this scholarship. I can't wait to start studying a field that I love," Sison said. 
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Two seniors selected for Epicurean Charitable Foundation scholarship

April 25, 2015 at 2:59 pm

Two seniors were announced as the Epicurean Charitable Foundation scholarship recipients and will be attending UNLV in the fall.

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Marking the angles within a triangle is Mr. John Perri. Perri has been teaching math classes for over 40 years. “I have had a lot of wonderful experiences and students who have become very successful so I feel a sense of accomplishment for having had an influence on their lives,” Perri said.
 Photo Credit: CCSD

Most experienced teacher in the district: Meet Mr. John Perri

April 23, 2015 at 4:57 pm

Mr. Perri has been a teacher for over four and a half decades, and through the years he has amassed many memorable experiences.

Opinion »

Illustration: Christopher Dela Cruz

Editorial Cartoon

April 23, 2015 at 4:48 pm

Welcome new editorial cartoonist, Christopher Dela Cruz.

Columnists »

The availability of gender neutral restrooms are a reasonable solution to helping all students, no matter what their gender identity, feel comfortable at school.
Photo Credit: Acel Soriano

School: A place of education, socializing and . . . segregation?

April 24, 2015 at 5:08 pm

For transgender students, selecting which bathroom to utilize can be a daunting task with the implication of a new district wide bill.

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    Fitness: An uplifting lifestyle

    In addition to physical developments, working out teaches me how to be resourceful and analytical.

    April 23, 2015 at 6:12 pm
  • As an eighteenth birthday present, my mother surprised me with a trip to Portland, in which I will be able to explore the city I will move to in September, and tour my college campus.  Photo Credit: Alex Nedelcu
    Never truly a farewell

    Four years and one college decision later, I am writing my farewell column with great excitement, in the heart of my college city.

    April 10, 2015 at 10:53 am

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Stranger Cat’s newest release plays off themes of indie-pop and electronica, making for an album that lies close to the line of experimental.
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‘In The Wilderness’ pulses with technicolor

April 24, 2015 at 7:09 pm

Stranger Cat unleashes their electronic prowess in the heart of “In The Wilderness.”

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The Outlook, Episode 35

The Outlook, Episode 35

April 23, 2015 at 5:54 pm

Taking a look at staying safe on the Internet.