IRS and US Taxes: Things You Should Know About New Tax Season
IRS and US Taxes: What consumers should consider this tax season 2021. In this video interview with Pissed Consumer, professor of law, Francine J. Lipman shares her tips on tax season 2021 and talks about the IRS system, the Covid-19 impact on taxpayers, and the US economy.
From Computer Screens to Classrooms: The Vital Role of School Psychologists
As some local schools reopen for in-person learning March 1, UNLV professor Katherine Lee examines the impact of the COVID pandemic on children’s mental health and the professionals helping them weather it.
Bryan Blankfield (Honors College) published the essay "Tracking A Digital Dog(ma)" in Digital Doxa, a peer-reviewed academic blog. The piece offers insight into how presidential candidates rhetorically use (and misuse) their dogs to mobilize digital publics during political campaigns.
Evelyn Gajowski (English) published the chapter, "'As if a Man were Author of Himself': Fantasies of Omnipotence and Autonomy," in the essay collection, Coriolanus: A Critical Reader. The chapter analyzes the resonances between Caius Martius Coriolanus and Donald Trump, interrogating the emergence of the Roman republic, on the one hand, and the...
Mary Whitehead (Student Diversity and Social Justice) was invited to do presentations on "Building Up the Momentum of Anti-Racist Work" and "Sustainable Activism: Going Beyond the Demands" for faculty and students at California Lutheran University. The presentations were sponsored by the Center for Cultural Engagement & Inclusion.