Issue: April 02, 2015

Hi everybody!

If you've been keeping an eye on our letters page the last few weeks,

you've probably noticed the several letters about--for and

against--Assembly Bill 148, the proposed legislation for allowing

concealed weapons on Nevada's university campuses. It's one of those

hot-button, black-and-white, red-state-blue-state, World War III type

issues, where opinions are fierce and nuances go unheard. In this

week's feature story, writer Jeri Chadwell-Singley examines the issue

more thoroughly.

Also in the week's issue, news editor Dennis Myers looks back on the

career of Sen. Harry Reid in response to his announcement last week

that he'll not seek reelection in 2016. Bob Grimm reviews It Follows,

a new horror movie that's been generating a lot of buzz among genre

enthusiasts, and, in Green, Georgia Fisher takes a look at one of our

favorite subjects: marijuana.

As always, be sure to pick a newsprint copy of the paper for

exclusive columns, cartoons and inky rolling papers.

Thanks for reading! If not for you, we'd have no reason to carry our

concealed weapons.

Brad Bynum

RN&R Arts & Culture Editor