Movie Review: Venom

October 22, 2018

Venom begins with a classic alien horror vibe. Parasitic (or symbiotic, depending on who you ask) alien creatures have crash landed and gotten loose on Earth. The first half of this movie is thrilling and coherent. But only the first half. The movie quickly loses sense of what genre it wants to be, and what story it wants to tell. Read More

From Typewriter to Bookshelf

October 19, 2018

Recently, Amazon Kindle has opened up their own route of self-publishing by allowing their members to use Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing to upload digital copies of their own book. This process is completely free and allows blooming writers to push their work out into the online world for millions to read, while also giving the author a chance to earn royalty income. Read More

Students of Nevada

October 12, 2018

Every day on campus you pass by random strangers. Perhaps you've seen them before or maybe not. Ever wonder who they are and what their life is like? Each student at the University of Nevada, Reno has a story to tell. Each has a unique life, perspective, and outlook not only as a student but each as a person with different life experiences. Take a look at the second series of Students of Nevada. A project that snapshots the lives of randomly selected people here on campus. Read More

Opinion: The Impact this Election has on the Future of Nevada’s Environment

October 11, 2018

It’s easy to assume national elections are more important than local elections. It makes sense, why wouldn’t we assume the president’s decisions will have the greatest effect on us? After all, the presidency is the highest position of power in the United States. But, the truth is, local elections will always have a more direct impact on you and your community. Read More

#MeToo Movement Creator Speaks at University

October 08, 2018

This semester, the Joe Crowley Student Union at University of Nevada, Reno, hosted guest speaker, Tarana Burke, creator of the #MeToo movement. Burke’s lecture covered the origin of the movement as well as where the movement is heading Read More

Insight’s Fall Reading List

September 28, 2018

Have you reached that point in the semester where school is kicking your ass? Need a mental break but don’t want to scroll on your phone for hours on end? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Check out our fall reading list for some fun, enjoyable books that are the perfect escape from school or work including The Chalk Man, The Mars Room, and Scar Tissue. Read More

Who’s the Fairest of Them All?

September 15, 2018

Women across the globe often feel as though certain aspects are expected of them — to look and present in a specific manner according to their surroundings. From body piercing ideals to the length of a woman’s hair, standards differ from country to country in order to conform to what is considered conventionally beautiful. So, how do foreign women living in the United States adapt to American beauty standards? Read More