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News – The Nevada Sagebrush REPORTS

Vice President Bradley discusses student media, job openings

Vice President Carissa Bradley met with the Student Media Advisory Board, which is composed of The Nevada Sagebrush, Brushfire Literary Journal, Insight Magazine and Wolf Pack Radio. Each organization will be hiring new editors-in-chief in the next few weeks and Wolf Pack Radio will be hiring a new manager. Insight and Brushfire plan to have a greater online presence and will reduce print copies of their pieces accordingly. Wolf Pack Radio’s listenership has increased in the last few weeks, according to Bradley.

Director of Event Programming shares final events for session

The Director of Event Programming Austin Lensch discussed the final events planned for this session, including Family Weekend from April 5-7. Families needed to sign a form by March 29 to participate in the event. Families will also receive a discount from the  Silver Legacy Hotel and Casino and the Eldorado Hotel and Casino for this weekend only. On Friday, April 5, there will be an event at Wild Island in Sparks, where families can bowl, eat food and participate in other activities. On Saturday, April 6, families can come to the Joe Crowley Student Union to enjoy catered brunch, have a tour of the university and later on play a game. Finally, on Sunday, April 7, families can have lunch outside the Knowledge Center to say goodbye to their students.

On Thursday, April 11, the Northern Nevada Diversity Summit will be held at the Joe Crowley Student Union. Noor Tagouri, a Libyan-American journalist, will be speaking at 7:00 p.m. The goals of the NNDS is to present challenges the world faces and offer solutions and to provide a way for the community to discuss these issues.

The last event Lensch discussed was the Spring Concert. The Spring Concert is on Friday, April 19, at the Gateway Plaza. The performers for the event have not …

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