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RN&R writers look at the issues that impact every student in the Washoe County School District.
By Brad Bynum, D. Brian Burghart, Dennis Myers, and Sean Mazner
This article was published on 08.12.10
Federal school funding includes a lot of politics.
By Dennis Myers
Banks find new ways to gouge credit card holders.
Colorado is making serious money from medical marijuana.
New Hampshire’s fetish with its presidential primary targets Nevada.
Even 11-year-olds can change the world.
By D. Brian Burghart
John Muir saw the results of a boom and bust economy. Now, we can, too.
By Jen Huntley
The governor of Nevada’s portrait should be painted by a Nevadan.
Enjoy the remainder of your summer.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions sometimes—about each other.
Bruce buys electronic books.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Politicians are more likely to shoot straight on the fairway.
By John Barrette
Two Reno artists collaborated on a new mural that splits the difference between fine art and commercial art.
By Brad Bynum
Receiving financial assistance from the state of Nevada is a humbling experience.
Venerable Sumati Marut says happiness comes to those who work for it.
It’s like a videogame, comic book and rock concert all wrapped up in one action-packed movie.
By Bob Grimm
Going to the movies? Here’s your local guide to the highs and lows of Hollywood’s latest releases.
The power of love is a curious thing.
A Reno beer drinkers’ paradise has opened up a second location.
By Grant Nejedlo
Urban Roots takes the classroom outdoors.
By Kat Kerlin
Find out which school supplies are PVC-free and which ones aren’t.
Ormat becomes sole owner of Mammoth geothermal complex and Black Rock Solar hits 1 megawatt.
Natural Resources Defense Council lists Reno on its “2010 Smarter Cities” report for its emerging clean energy culture.
Rate the area’s cleanliness with Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful on Aug. 17.
Get ready for a transformative experience: college.
A week to week view of your first month.
By Sean Mazner
Four ways to avoid a dorm room nightmare.
Work on your skills, not just your major.
The best hidden and obvious gems on campus.
By Kat Kerlin, and Sean Mazner
Where to find local, seasonal and veggie fare in Reno.
By Katie Palani
Being bilingual can enhance your world view—and your chances of getting a job.
By Nicole Seaton
From campus police to pizza, the numbers you need to know.
Advice from a senior who’s been there.
By Jessica Fryman
A two-page spread. Just try to get lost.
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