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Is your child in grade, middle or high school? Does he or she eat, dress or ride the bus? These stories will help you plan the upcoming school year.
By Deidre Pike
This article was published on 08.12.04
Ballot petitions are facing more opposition.
By Dennis Myers
Denise Quirk, owner of Red Hawk Counseling, is a therapist who treats gambling addicts.
Voters will elect a family court judge this fall, and sound information is essential to an informed judgment.
The world is not your garbage dump.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Fish have it much better than humans. If only we could learn a lesson or two from our fine-finned friends.
By Bruce Van Dyke
The Reno City Council forgot who they represent with the Charter contract.
By Michael Lafferty
Investments? Bah. I’m going back to my orthopaedic mattress savings account.
Robert Morrison says he feels emotionally moved seeing a piece like “O’Coeur … ” up in a gallery again after years of it sitting in storage.
By Miranda Jesch
Our writer samples Reno’s flourishing jazz scene.
By William F. Schley
David Byrne, formerly of the Talking Heads, is bound to give Renoites their money’s worth.
By Kelley Lang
Spotlight on the local stage.
Reminiscent of Some Like It Hot, Yellow Jacket Margaritas features “fairies,” feigning, fine food and opportunities for friend-making.
By Jessica Groach
If you loved Heat, you’ll love Collateral; Cruise, Foxx, Mann et al shine.
By Bob Grimm
Not only is Bluestone’s sound-check better than most bands’ sets, but its members also expand the possibility of what the blues can be without sacrificing any of the emotional resonance.
By John Hansen
The Cheese Board does sandwiches like Godiva does chocolate.
By Brad Bynum
What are your fellow students focusing on?
By Yuho Kondo
Tips for getting into a class when it’s already full.
By Jake Sunderland
The ultimate responsibility for academic success is on the students’ shoulders, but choosing the right teacher can help.
By Brittany Freeman
Ten people on campus every student should recognize.
By Takashi Mochizuki
New college students need a little help negotiating the streets of their new home. Here’s a primer.
Connecting to UNR’s wireless umbrella may be technically difficult to set up, but you’ll love the lasting convenience.
By Rebecca A. Eckland
Plugging into the Internet on campus is easy. Here’s how to maintain your relationship with your computer and your fellow students.
There are all kinds of deals out there for students on tight budgets.
By Crissa Draper
Sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise, especially in Nevada. How do you know if you have one, and how do you deal with it?
By Dianna Westwood
Emotional difficulties can arise during times of stress—like finals—there’s help.
By Soumitro Sen
University of Nevada police are faced with many of the same duties as their off-campus counterparts.
The penalties can be tough when you break the rules or the law.
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