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Washoe County’s charters schools give parents and students a choice.
By D. Brian Burghart
This article was published on 08.11.05
There are stirrings—but not much more—of a local religious group to counter the evangelical right.
By Dennis Myers
Supreme court nominee John Roberts has been involved in cases dealing with Nevada.
Grace White and her troupe are making stand-up comedy a girls’ sport. They’re all about teamwork, defying age and, of course, making people guffaw in their seats.
By Katie Power
Special events in the Truckee Meadows need to be restricted or reduced.
It’s back to school and back to our roots.
These parasites don’t deserve to be elevated to pop-icon status.
By Mick Farren
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Great Basin National Park is always a spectacular place to visit, but after last year’s snowfall, it’s lusher than ever.
By Bruce Van Dyke
If the Founding Fathers had known the future, they might have planned differently.
By Michael Lafferty
Peter Goin takes a long view when he comments on the world.
By Kris Vagner
Here’s a primer on bluegrass to get you ready for the Bower’s Mansion Bluegrass Festival.
By Tim Prentiss
In the end, the strength of men fails.
Reviewed by D. Brian Burghart
By Kelley Lang
Defenders of decency duke it out with the ladies from parlor house in Piper’s Opera House’s Cathouse Afternoon.
By Stephanie Perry
No! Not another halfway decent television show rehashed as a lame movie!
By Bob Grimm
A mini music review to whet your audio appetite.
By Tony Hall
By Kirk Robertson
By Jason Vagner
Even the experts can’t nail down exactly what qualifies as blues music, but this weekend’s Reno Tahoe Blues Festival offers some variations of the far-reaching genre.
By Carol Cizauskas
The menu at Brickie’s Tavern menu includes a couple surprises: no fries or wings, just satisfying burgers and way-above-average Mexican dishes.
By Brad Bynum
Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime.
There are lots of clubs at UNR to help pass the time and feel newcomers like a part of campus life.
By Brandon Russell
One key to college survival is to mix up the required classes with fun ones.
By Van Pham
Homesickness is a common ailment that can be treated.
Your college success may not require you to know these 10 people, but it couldn’t hurt.
Looking for entertainment? There’s some fun stuff around town for the under-21 set.
There’s plenty to do within walking distance of the campus.
By Katie Palani
Stay alert and avoid bad sexual situations.
Core Humanities are not as bad as a lot of people would have you believe.
College isn’t just expenses for books, classes and meals. There are utilities, too.
A clip-and-save phone list to post on the refrigerator.
The Getchell Library is the place to begin any college career.
Need a cup of courage? Here are the coffee stops around campus.
The community college is a cheaper alternative for some classes.
The campus on the hill grew from a single building to a major force in Reno.
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