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NSHE Honorary Degrees Announced

The Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents announced three honorary degrees will be conferred at Nevada State University’s spring commencement ceremony. Honorary degrees are awarded to people who have made significant contributions to the improvement of...

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Mhyraquel Quinto is starting her senior year at Nevada State University, pursuing a degree in Secondary Education & Biology. As a proud Filipino, she identifies most with the behavioral aspects of her culture and always tries to find was to emphasize her upbringing. In addition to celebrating ...her culture, she also loves the beauty of the islands that has allowed her to connect with nature.

"Not only do we do things loudly, but we also prove our existence with hard work and kindness. Back in the Philippines, the bright greenery and the beautiful beaches help me to appreciate nature a lot more. I am also quite fond of singing, a common pastime for Filipinos," Mhyraquel, Class of 2025.

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Join Nevada State as we celebrate #AAPIHeritageMonth! Meet Aliya Tausinga, a Communications & Biology student with a minor in Human Health Sciences. Taking pride in her Native Hawaiian heritage, her favorite quote that keeps her going is “Kulia I ka nu`u” meaning to strive for the highest! ...

“This quote has always been my motivator especially since it is in Olelo Hawaii (Hawaiian Language) to keep doing my best and living my dreams so one day be able to obtain my goals,” Aliya.

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This Mother’s Day we want to shine a special light on graduate and mother Antoinette. As a double major in Environmental Resource Science & Biology, she understood the important impact earning a degree can have on her family.

“This journey my son has taken with me has demonstrated... the value of education and instilled a sense of personal empowerment for us both.”

Her advice to mothers thinking about going to school is this: “Set clear goals, have a support system, take advantage of the opportunities in scholarship aid, and to involve your child/children in campus or community events when possible. On the days that you find it harder to be both a successful mother and student, remember that your journey is unique. Take time for self-care and to reflect on your small victories with your child, they are your biggest fan,” Antoinette, Class of 2024.

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To myself, Thank you for not giving up when you wanted. Thank you for digging deep and finding a better version of yourself. I am so proud of you 💛

- Anonymous note from a member of the Class of 2024

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