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Natalie Bruzda

Former higher education reporter

Natalie Bruzda covered higher education for the Las Vegas Review-Journal between April 2016 and October 2018. She came to the Review-Journal after living, studying and working in southwestern Pennsylvania her entire life. She is an alumna of Waynesburg University and West Virginia University, and previously covered education and local government at newspapers in Punxsutawney and Uniontown, Pennsylvania.

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UNLV welcomes about 1,900 students to dorms for new school year

She hopped in the elevator with the items on the way to her daughter’s dorm room. It was a conventional sight to see at UNLV on freshman move-in day, but the way Chang and her daughter passed the time on their road trip to campus might have been more unique than most.

New College of Southern Nevada president has lofty goals

It was day two of his tenure as the College of Southern Nevada’s new president. He toured the Charleston campus to share details about his life, learn about his students and colleagues, become acquainted with the campus and set goals for the state’s largest community college.

Rosen bill aims to increase hiring of student veterans

U.S. Rep. Jacky Rosen on Monday introduced a bill that would expand the existing Work Opportunity Tax Credit to ensure that all student veterans using their GI Bill benefits can take advantage of paid internships or part-time work while in school.

Marta Meana begins leading UNLV as acting president

She began her role as acting president of the university on July 1 following the tumultuous departure of former President Len Jessup. Thom Reilly, chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education, said it could take a year before a new president is in place.

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