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This year, RN&R’s annual teen issue focuses on artistic expression.
By Teen contributors
This article was published on 04.06.06
Construction has begun on UNR’s new library—but no one’s calling it that.
By Katie Palani
Legislation will be introduced to accellerate the Yucca dump.
By Dennis Myers
A Pentagon official’s comment about mushroom clouds in Nevada sets off a furor.
Daniel Rosen, an Independent running for the House of Representatives, would put his Congressional votes in the hands of the people—and their computers.
It’s Teen Issue 2006. Thanks for the submissions and the different way of looking at things.
By D. Brian Burghart
Want to talk about illegal immigration? Here are some talking points.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Bruce was too lazy to write a column, so he had Kurt Vonnegut do it for him.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Right Hook says there is a middle ground to the immigration crisis.
By Michael Lafferty
No matter what you might think after seeing V for Vendetta, anarchists aren’t all about building bombs or throwing bricks through Starbucks’ windows.
By Deidre Pike
While Parkinsons attempts to slow him down, artist Michael Sarich is creating his best work ever. See for yourself at two major exhibits opening this month.
By Kat Kerlin
Minding your MySpace Ps and Qs.
By Stephanie Perry
By Kelley Lang
With the recent school shooting at Pine Middle School, Bang, Bang, You’re Dead hits close to home.
By Jessica Groach-Santina
Basic Instinct 2: Risk Addiction is a basic flop.
By Bob Grimm
They may be young, but the teen members of Last Stand have been idolizing classic rock since they were in their diapers.
By Sarah Cook
With thick meaty sandwiches and sides of barbecued beans and potato salad, Kinder’s is a true, down-home deli—like a church social but without all that annoying preaching.
By Miranda Jesch
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