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Apr 29
Campus News

Upon Senate confirmation, Traum will fill a judicial vacancy created when District Judge Robert C. Jones took senior status earlier this year.


Apr 29
People

Graduate Kristina Swallow would be the first Nevadan to hold the top position with the American Society of Civil Engineers.


Apr 28
Arts & Culture

Virko Baley, distinguished professor and composer-in-residence, will be celebrated with a concert of his work May 2.


Apr 27
Campus News

Major construction projects are bringing new amenities and more breathing room to campus. Here's the rundown.


Apr 26
Business & Community

Zach Miles has supercharged UNLV's economic development programs. Here are his thoughts on hiring talent, measuring success, and taking advice.


Apr 25
Arts & Culture

The upcoming season features family fare, irreverent comedy, Broadway and Off-Broadway hits, reimagined classics, and Pulitzer Prize-winning dramas.


Apr 25
People

The Engineering College’s internship and career services coordinator brings her passions full circle in new role


Apr 22
Campus News

Fred and Harriet Cox Senior Design Competition created to stimulate engineering innovation and entrepreneurship.


Apr 22
Campus News

Crowdsourced scholarship program offers a way for Clark County's homeless students to live on campus and get academic support to succeed at UNLV.


Apr 21
Campus News

The appointment, effective immediately, lasts one term and will expire October 2019.


Apr 21
Campus News

Kelley, a junior in UNLV’s Honors College, is one of just 54 college students nationwide selected for the $30,000 award based on academics, public service leadership potential.


Apr 20
Research

UNLV anthropology professor receives award for research that is highly regarded and responsive to the needs of the state.


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.