2011 Club Funding

Posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Attention Club Leaders, The deadline for the first Fall funding hearing will be Saturday, September 3rd, and the first funding hearing itself will be on Saturday, September 17th. These dates are fast approaching, and it’s important that all of you become familiar with the recent changes with club funding! First off, there is no longer…

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University Grad Wins Artown Competition

Posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Artown’s official marketing poster was created by one of the University’s own students- Kelly Peyton. Peyton is a Reno native who recently graduated in the spring with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Peyton was chosen among dozens of artists to create a design that would define Artown 2011. Her final piece, a simple sagebrush…

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Students Remain Positive Despite Budget Cuts

Posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2014

With the constant buzz about budget cuts around campus, it’s almost impossible to avoid thinking about how students will be personally affected by the rise in tuition and the cuts made to programs. However, thanks to the combined efforts in protest of cuts by our students and ASUN leaders, several compromises have been made that…

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5 things to do in Reno over the summer

Posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Explore all that Reno has to offer by checking out the following list of entertainment options: Make a Splash The Truckee River runs through Reno and is ideal for those looking to kayak, float, or simply dip their toes in the water. Head to the Truckee River Whitewater Park in downtown Reno if you’re looking…

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Secret Spots on Campus

Posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2014

The DeLaMare Library Looking for different places to study? The DeLaMare Library, located in the Mackay Mines Building at the north end of the Quad, is a quieter and less crowded spot for college students to focus on their studies. Interested in science? This library is home to study and research materials relevant to all…

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Students Receive Senior Service Award

Posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2014

The Henry Albert Senior Public Service Award is awarded annually by ASUN to four students every year who have distinguished themselves by offering notable public service. This year, the award was presented to Matthew Sabatini, Nikki Grey, Erin Szelagowski and Laine Durgin. The award began years ago when a young Midwestern couple decided to spend…

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Outstanding Senior Award Winners Share Wisdom

Posted on Monday, July 21, 2014

The Outstanding Senior Award is awarded annually by ASUN to two graduating seniors who have received outstanding grades, shown exemplary leadership, and participated in volunteer work. This year, Matthew Polasko and Kerry Csiga were presented with this award. Polasko, who majored in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and at the University of Nevada accredits his faith…

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Photo Shoot with Wolfie Jr.

Posted on Monday, July 21, 2014

It all started back in the day with Wolfie. Then, in 1999 Wolfie’s nephew Alphie took over as lead mascot. In 2007, Alphie’s younger brother Wolfie Jr. stepped into the scene and cheered on the Wolf Pack with his brother.  Check out the photos from our photo shoot with Wolfie Jr.

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Approval of Appointments of ASUN officials

Posted on Monday, July 21, 2014

Congratulations to these new members of the Executive Branch of ASUN.  Director of Clubs and Orgs, Nathan Demuth Chief Presidential Aid, Mat Neben Director of Programming, Huili Weinstock Director of Campus Unity, Jenelle Yee Attorney General, Christina Gunn Presidential Assistant on Public and Campus Relations, Misha Ray Director of Traditions, Juilia Lapham The ASUN Senate…

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Mackay Week

Posted on Monday, July 21, 2014

John W. Mackay I (1831-1902) was an Irish-born American who came to California in 1851 to work in the mines during the gold rush. After unsuccessful adventure in California, he moved to Virginia City in 1860, where he quickly made his way to become a superintendent and a partner in the Kentucky Mine. In 1873 Mackay…

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