Nic’s Picks: Summer Reading Recommendations

June 07, 2018

Looking for some summer reading? We've composed a list of some great reads for you to take on the road or to the beach this summer. Read on to learn about some of our favorite picks like Young Jane Young, Everything You Want Me to Be, Home Sweet Home, and Difficult Women. Read More

Eddy House Launches New Initiative Through Community Birthday Party

January 01, 1970

The Eddy House, a local nonprofit that seeks to assist homeless youth in Reno, is hosting a Community Birthday Party on Thursday May 31st, from 3-7 PM at their downtown location. Michele Gehr, the Executive Director of Eddy House, said, “We’re inviting the entire community to come and celebrate one of our boys that passed away last year.” According to Gehr, the young man, named Devante, would have turned twenty-four this month. During the event, Eddy House will launch a new initiative called “Devante’s Gift.” Read More

The Gap Year

May 23, 2018

As May has quickly come and gone you may be feeling pressure to land your dream job the moment after graduation. But what if you have no clue what, where, or how you’ll be getting any job related to your major? What if you’re not sure about your choice of major at all? You hit the panic button as you reevaluate the ten year plan you’ve laid out for yourself. Don’t be scared because there’s a little something called the gap year that’s here to save you. Read More

Netflix Review: Little Evil

May 20, 2018

Little Evil is a horror-comedy film on Netflix that depicts Gary, played by Adam Scott, as a man who recently married the woman of his dreams. He soon realizes his new stepson is not just a brat, but may also be the literal antichrist. So, of course, he joins a stepdad support group. Gary is the straight man throughout the bizarre, sometimes scary, often hilarious film, while Bridget Everett is delightfully chill as his new best friend, and fellow stepdad, Al. Read More

Which Beach is best for YOU?

May 03, 2018

Tahoe is home to dozens of beautiful and scenic beaches. Each one with a unique twist to make it different from the others. Depending on your mood or activities you have planned, check out this guide to help you decide what beach is best for you this summer. Read More

Tips for Vacationing on a Budget

May 03, 2018

If you’re anything like me, you love adventure… but you’re also super broke. Well, I have good news, fellow struggling students! Even though we may not be able to travel the world (yet), there are still options for us to satisfy the urge to get out there. Whether you want to settle into a sleeping bag on a mountaintop or explore a new city, I have gathered some helpful tips to help you explore on a budget. Read More

The Discovery Museum is Not Just for Kids

May 03, 2018

While The Discovery was once a children’s museum, it’s not anymore. Patrick Turner, the Vice President of Marketing and Communications at The Discovery, said, “Over the last five years or so we’ve made a strong effort to reposition the museum as a science center that serves a broader demographic.” The Discovery has created several events that are for adults only, in order to better serve this broader demographic. Read More