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Jul 22
Arts & Culture

Performances run through Sept. 11 in the Judy Bayley Theatre. UNLV students may receive one free ticket with valid ID.


Jul 21
People

Undergraduate Mike Vardakis couldn’t settle on his academic path until an internship showed him the possibilities.


Jul 20
People

Criminal Justice graduate Devron Brown's lesson in "adulting."


Jul 19
People
From a senator’s office to an energy nonprofit and from Las Vegas to Costa Rica, UNLV students gain professional experience to match their lessons in the classroom.

Jul 19
Business & Community

Why two Saltman Center experts say mediation is key to resolving the water woes of the American West.


Jul 18
People

Learn why this new member of the UNLV School of Medicine keeps a pink magic wand in his office.


Jul 17
Arts & Culture

The exhibition surveys a decade of Burtynsky’s photographic imagery exploring different aspects of the modern world’s most transformative resource, oil. It opens Sept. 23.


Jul 15
People

When she noticed boy band fans controlled worldwide Twitter trends, journalism grad Nicole Santero wanted to know why.


Jul 15
Business & Community

Harrah Hotel College students bring lessons in nutrition, food safety, and service to local elementary schools.


Jul 14
People

From Virginia, to the world (thanks to the U.S. Air Force), to Nevada, this winner of one of the Classified Employee of the Year Awards has seen many things.


Jul 13
People

Hillary Gaston Walsh, who received her law degree at UNLV, is being recognized for her outstanding work on behalf of those who cannot afford to pay for legal help.


Jul 12
People

A unique aspect of UNLV School of Medicine’s curriculum gets students to focus on personal growth and professional enrichment.


From The Archives

Oct 5, 2014
UNLV History
Mike Miller, creator of our Hey Reb! mascot, passed away Thurs., Oct. 2, 2014 of cancer. This story, originally published in 2011, explains how he came to leave an indelible mark on our campus. Take a moment to thank him by leaving a comment below.