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Editor's picks

Kari Barber holding a glass trophy for her filmmaker of the year award

Kari Barber named Nevada Woman Filmmaker of the Year

Reynolds School of Journalism Associate Dean and Professor Kari Barber is the tenth woman to earn this title from the Nevada Women’s Film Festival

Brian Sandoval sitting next to Paul Kwon in the podcasting studio holding up Wolf Pack hand signs.

Sagebrushers season 3 ep. 6: Professor Paul Kwon

Kwon and University President Brian Sandoval discuss how to identify the successful ingredients of optimism, build resiliency in the LBGTQIA2S+ community, and cope with betrayal

Seven children participate in a potato bag race in a field while a smiling crowd watches.

Multicultural Center to celebrate Juneteenth at the 36th Annual Juneteenth Festival

Visit the Multicultural Center’s booth on June 16 at Rancho San Rafael Park