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Jun. 1, 2023

Brandt is currently associate chair and artistic director of the department of theater and film at San Jose State University. 

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May. 25, 2023

The show, which premiered at the PAC in September 2022, is nominated for a Drama Desk Award.

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May. 25, 2023

Annual review of current Alzheimer’s clinical trials reveals trends in design, therapies, outcomes, and funding surrounding work to develop new treatments.

Sid Khurana, MD; Michael Edwards, MD, FACS; Lloyd Jensen, MD; and David Obert, DO
May. 24, 2023

Local doctors pass knowledge on to Las Vegas' next generation of physicians.

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May. 22, 2023

Centralized registration and customer service makes it easier than ever for parents to access university summer programs for area K-12 students. 

UNLV Health Mojave Counseling's therapy dog
May. 17, 2023

Hounded by stress? Studies show that on a ruff day, spending time with a dog has health benefits.

Interior space at UNLV Black Fire Innovation building
May. 15, 2023

New program assists early-stage companies by connecting them with a variety of resources to support their path to success. 

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May. 5, 2023

What we love about women's basketball. 

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May. 11, 2023

UNLV study pinpoints 10 bacterial groups associated with Alzheimer’s disease, provides new insights into the relationship between gut makeup and dementia.

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May. 8, 2023

The tour includes masterclasses and collaborations with students from prestigious Italian conservatories.

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May. 5, 2023

The UNLV Division of Jazz & Commercial Music received five prestigious awards that will be publicized in DownBeat magazine’s June issue.

Wildfire scorch marks.
May. 5, 2023

UNLV research shows that FEMA-declared wildfire disasters in the fastest-growing home development areas have minimal impact on new home construction.