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A look back at UNLV's earliest Homecoming events.
October is ADHD Awareness Month. As child diagnoses rise, UNLV psychologist Ronald T. Brown offers tips that parents should consider before calling their medical provider.
Class project opens eyes of School of Medicine students to obstacles faced by some valley residents.
The Washington Post raves that the trio plays with "such power and sweeping passion."
Tae Hwang & MR Barnadas are a transnational duo and co-founders of Collective Magpie currently based out of the borderlands of San Diego - Tijuana.
On Oct. 18, UNLV will participate in an earthquake preparedness drill.
Growing demand drives growth in online courses. Here are the people and tools helping faculty cross the digital divide.
Known as one of the most versatile drummers in the business, his experience includes big band, blues, rock, Latin, fusion, and more.
Have a student who is struggling — or excelling? Send them to the Academic Success Center. Nicole Stella wants to see them.
Criminal justice professor Gillian Pinchevsky on how you can empower yourself to empower survivors of interpersonal violence.
Inaugural giving event wrapped up as hundreds of people joined the Arts Walk. Bonus: See who got a pie in the face during #RebelsGive.
Eight new Palladium donors honored for giving $1 million or more.
Kris Engelstad McGarry and the Engelstad Family Foundation are helping make the dreams of dozens of UNLV School of Medicine students come true.
Yoga teacher Grace is confronted with a breast cancer diagnosis, forcing her to rediscover the yoga principles she has taught for years.
Brenden O'Toole, Mohamed Trabia, and Bernard Malamud all received valuable mentoring as students, and now try to repay it with younger generations.
UNLV In The News
Argelia Rico was 4 months old when her mother brought her and her 1-year-old sister across the U.S.-Mexico border illegally, fleeing domestic abuse in their native Morelia, Michoacán.
A lawsuit filed by a Nevada woman who claims Cristiano Ronaldo raped her nine years ago and paid her $375,000 in hush money has set in motion a two-track legal process in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas and Seoul, South Korea, might be a 13-hour plane flight apart, but for the last dozen years dance has brought them closer together.
A two-phase plan to build out the UNLV Medical School was created as a way to move the school forward, but it could become a major setback that turns off donors and results in a half-finished, lackluster institution.