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UNLV Magazine

Fall 2021
Vol. 29, No. 2

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Rebels in Action

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    The UNLV Alumni Association Board of Directors and/or the UNLV Academic Alumni Chapters and UNLV Alumni Affinity Clubs will host meetings on the following,
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    The UNLV Veterans Alumni Club is giving back to the community by supporting the efforts of the UNLV School of Medicine’s Military Medicine Group. The group of Alumni and medical students are putting together a care package for UMC resident physicians, who are at the front lines of the COVID-19 health services.  These resident physicians are working long hours and putting themselves in harms...

Class Notes

Andy Bomberger

R. Andy Bomberger, '14 BS Hospitality Management, is catering sales manager for the Whitney Peak Hotel in downtown Reno. His hobbies include skiing, snowboarding, biking, beaching, traveling, learning, and eating. He said he loves his family, partner, and dogs. He lives in Reno.  

Dmetri Culkar

Dmetri Culkar, ’15 BS Business Administration, is pursuing a law degree at the University of Michigan. His hobbies include trying new restaurants and bars as well as spending time with his girlfriend and his dogs. He lives in Ann Arbor.

Jeff Jacobs

Jeff Jacobs, '97 BSBA - Accounting, as president of LOGIC Commercial Real Estate will be responsible for directing and overseeing all operational activity, support services, and client interaction for all divisions of the company. Additionally, he will be leading the company's receivership services division where he will manage all aspects of the process: performing the transition into receivership, pursuing and recovering assets, preparing correspondence, setting and executing a business plan for each property, and reporting for the court and maintaining communication with attorneys and all parties related to the matter. A licensed certified public accountant, he brings more than 10 years of corporate accounting and finance experience to the receivership division. He began his career at Arthur Andersen. He was responsible for reviewing and auditing the financial statements and internal controls of several Fortune 500 companies. He recently served on the UNLV Alumni Association Board of Directors.  

James Stanford

James Stanford, ’71 BFA Art, is an artist whose second book, Shimmering Zen, contains 150 images he has created during the last 20 years, including many of those drawn from neon signs significant to Las Vegas’ history. The 264-page, limited edition book was printed in Verona, Italy. After spending years photographing the city's neon signs and architecture, he began using his graphic arts skills to turn those images into mandalas, which he describes as visual works of art that take you into higher consciousness. He said his Zen Buddhism heavily influences his work. Some of his work published in the book also was on display last year at an art show at West Sahara Library.