School Spirit and Traditions

We may be young, but we are mighty, and we have 
established many traditions in our short history. Whether 
kicking off the school year with Premier UNLV or fighting 
for the right to paint the Fremont Cannon, our Rebel pride shines through.

Historical photo of a crowd watching a game

Our Traditions

Long before Premier UNLV became a campus staple, a number of social events marked the beginning of the fall semester. From the Rebel Roast, a pre-class picnic and BBQ on the beaches of Lake Mead to the Howdy Dance, where new and old students got to mingle on the dance floor, Rebels knew how to kick off the school year with fun and flair.

fireworks display as U.N.L.V letters at night
Performer on stage in front of large letters that spell create
football players running
two male students dive through the mud towards a volleyball
Female performers dressed in various tranditional ethnic clothing
graduates look up during commencement celebration
Three Rebels cheerleaders holding megaphones from 1959

Our Spirit

We’ve got spirit! How about you? Take a selfie with Hey Reb!, wear your scarlet and gray, and show your Rebel Pride as you drive around town.

Fremont cannon painted red with a U.N.L.V. and Vegas Strong logo.
Silver letters spelling Rebels on a gold wall
U.N.L.V.'s cheer and dance team performing in the Thomas and Mack center during an event.
Student holding the U-N-L-V license plate
U.N.L.V band performing

Fight Song

Get in the spirit and listen to Win With the Rebels.

Alma Mater

Listen to the UNLV alma mater.