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Boyd Law School students represent young offenders and advocate for legislative changes to how juveniles are treated in the Silver State.
Enjoy your favorite holiday tunes combined with Rockapella's rich five-part vocal sound mixed with rock, jazz, rhythm & blues, and doo-wop.
The Air Force veteran said he loves his job helping people on campus stay safe, but that if he couldn't have that job he would like to fish for bass — professionally.
The Dec. 1 University Forum talk examines into the role that airports play politically, economically, and culturally in connecting America’s Western cities with the world.
Grant from The Bernard Osher Foundation supports UNLV program that offers courses to more than 1,500 retired and semi-retired Southern Nevadans each year.
Drone regulation may come down to better defining reasonable expectations of privacy.
This special production is directed by Utah Shakespearean Festival's Brian Vaughn and stars television's Armin Shimerman as Ebenezer Scrooge.
The Southern Nevada Jewish Heritage Project at UNLV University Libraries documents the rich history of our region’s Jewish people and a city they transformed.
What do the environmental and occupational health professor and his hero Albert Einstein have in common? A passion for using science to change the world.
Eadington Fellow dives into UNLV's archives to examine the relationship between sports media and cultural memory in poker's main event.
UNLV paleontologists recover mammoth fossils northwest of Las Vegas.
Proceeds benefit students invited to perform at the grand finale of the Festival des Anches d’Azur. The UNLV Wind Orchestra is the first American organization ever invited.