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First pope puns aside, despite all the liberal hype, Pope Francis has changed little in Catholic doctrine.
By Jake Highton
This article was published on 11.12.15
Who speaks for the working poor?
By Dennis Myers
Four retiring reporters describe their most memorable stories.
UNR students have taken up the issue of sexual consent.
By D. Brian Burghart
It's snowing. Don't be ignorant.
Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.
The ACA naysayers should check their facts. Obamacare has been a resounding success in Nevada.
By Sheila Leslie
Thetop four supporters of economic liberty in the 2015 Legislature were all women.
By Brendan Trainor
Bruce asks what has ever eclipsed LSD?
By Bruce Van Dyke
Most of the beloved songs from the film appear in this stage production of Mary Poppins, along with several new ones.
By Jessica Santina
Local comic con attendees depart on heroes' journeys.
By Josie Glassberg
After the full experience that was Skyfall, Spectre feels incomplete and shallow.
By Bob Grimm
“Our music is for anyone that doesn't want to feel alone,” said Jill Marlene, singer of folk band Wheatstone Bridge.
By Kent Irwin
Despite the potential humor/horror of a chef attempting to cater to every modern dietary concern, the creative cuisine served at BFF Café is no joke.
By Todd South
Zeb Hogan's Monster Fish exhibit comes to The Discovery.
By Kelsey Fitzgerald
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