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UNLV Magazine

Fall 2021
Vol. 29, No. 2

News Center Stories

Rebels in Action

May. 18, 2020
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…
May. 12, 2020
  Born and raised in Las Vegas, Beau McDougall is a proud graduate of UNLV and has been serving Las Vegas as a Firefighter/Paramedic for the last decade. He is also a small business owner focused in the Real Estate industry. When he’s not selling homes or fighting fires, he dedicates his time to his alma mater. Beau has recently accepted a position on the UNLV Alumni Association Board of…

Class Notes

Paul Villaluz

Jun. 24, 2016
Paul Villaluz, ’97 BS Civil Engineering, ’06 MS Civil Engineering, is a project engineer II with Manatee County (Florida) department of public works. He received the Coordinating Council Best Project Award at the 2015 annual meeting of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE). The award recognizes the best technical product resulting from work developed, completed, and sponsored by a council in the previous calendar year. As chair of the Traffic Engineering Council Committee, he served as lead author for the ITE informational report titled Sight Triangle and Corner Clearance Policies at Intersections and Driveways. He lives in Bradenton.

Greg Dorchak

May. 19, 2017
Greg Dorchak, '88 Film Studies, has a film production company called Class Clown Pictures, which has just released its first feature film, Kopy Kings, a workplace comedy. His acting credits can be found on He earned a bachelor of fine arts degree in digital media from the International Academy of Design and Technology in 2012. He is married to Carmen Zayas, '88 BA Communication Studies. After graduation Carmen worked as a journalist for several publications in Arizona and New York. She earned a master's degree in organizational leadership & ethics from St. Edwards University. After moving to Texas she embarked on a career in human resources, earning her senior professional in human resources certification. Carmen has been a vice president of human resources in two large organizations, as well as running her own human resources consulting business. She now is a senior human resources professional at a tech firm in Austin, Texas. Besides working as a producer on her husband's indie film productions, she is also a local activist passionate about politics, feminist issues, and reproductive rights. The couple, who met at UNLV and have been married 31 years, live in Austin.      

Nolan Stolz

Nov. 5, 2018
Nolan Stolz, '04 Bachelor of Music - Composition, '04 Bachelor of Music - Jazz Studies, is assistant professor and coordinator of the commercial music program at the University of South Carolina Upstate. He recently published the book Experiencing Black Sabbath: A Listener's Companion and released a recording of his composition "Lincoln Highway Suite" on the album Orchestral Masters Vol. 5, recorded by the Brno Philharmonic of the Czech Republic. He lives in Spartanburg.

Edward Bazar

Dec. 7, 2015
Edward Bazar, ’65 BS Business Administration, ’75 MBA, and his wife, Karen, moved to Naples, Florida, in June 2014.