UNLV drops Hey Reb! mascot over perceived Confederate ties

Por: Fox News Sports January 22, 2021


dropped its mascot Hey Reb! but will keep the Rebels moniker, the school announced Tuesday.UNLV President Keith Whitfield said in a letter to students that the team has no plans on a new mascot. Over the summer, the team had removed the Hey Reb! statue on campus citing criticism that the mascot was rooted in racist ideology.I was drawn to lead this great university because I identified with its spirit, determination and daring style, Whitfield... + full article

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