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As water leaders contend with unprecedented drought and demand, will the river people of the Colorado band together as regional citizens? Water policy expert Patricia Mulroy weighs in.
York is one of today’s best-loved composers for classical guitar and a performer of international stature.
UNLV study finds people who frequently play music video games outperform non-musicians on music perception tests.
Why do we sing the national anthem before a ballgame and hear the same plucking of the koto strings when a movie is set in Japan? Ethnomusicologist Richard Miller explains.
A three-year National Science Foundation grant will strengthen commercialization efforts at UNLV through a new university-wide entrepreneurship development program.
Albrecht, a champion of UNLV for his entire career, founded the UNLV alumni program.
A collection of recent news stories highlighting the people and programs of UNLV.
As the curriculum for the new UNLV School of Medicine takes shape, developers are ensuring students will be equipped with strong skills for handling medical ethics dilemmas.
The CNN host, author and columnist will present "In Defense of a Liberal Education"; tickets are free.
The new architecture professor on the importance of sketching and what it will take to make Las Vegas "sustainable."
Students send out North Field with party. Check out these photos.
Professor Moses Karakouzian wanted to create a structure that captured the essence of the College of Engineering departments. Here’s how his Cube came to be.