As We See It

It was time for a cocktail with UNLV's beloved journalism professor.

One drink with retiring journalism professor Mary Hausch

July 28th, 2016

It was time for a cocktail with UNLV's beloved journalism professor.

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    Some perspective to keep the Downtown glass half-full after news of The Beat Coffeehouse's impending closure.

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    Two events this week look at the past.

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