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Get ready for the sun to go dark during the day, but don't grab your shades. UNLV astrophysicist Jason Steffen on being humbled by the universe.
This development professional is dedicated to helping UNLV’s graduate students get a life-changing education.
McNair/AANAPISI programs for low-income, first-generation students matches undergrads with faculty mentors that share their focus and goals.
Recap of social media moments from Aug. 4-11.
Ninth annual check of state’s entering kindergartners showed more have health insurance, yet barriers to health care access still exist.
Step into the world of YES, where high school students meet team UNLV through project-based mentoring and a case-study analysis of the top industry right their backyards.
Taking the easy route isn’t in this former Marine’s nature.
Annual event will focus on five key reforms in guardianship law, as well as address estate planning.
Drawing on community partnerships developed with Yup’ik Eskimo villagers, a new book combines research with indigenous perspectives to create a comprehensive understanding of colonialism in Alaska.
This alum wants to help UNLV continue to develop first-class websites worthy of a Top Tier university.
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It’s a journey that most people eventually take. Fifteen years ago, Anne Carte decided to leave the familiar comforts of home and family to move out on her own. For Carte, who was 20 years old at the time, moving to the Biggest Little City from San Jose, Calif., represented an exciting and crucial juncture in her life. “I moved to Reno to grow up and be an adult,” Carte said. The year 2002 had its fair share of memorable moments. That same year, “Star Wars: Episode II” debuted in theaters, Tiger Woods won the 66th Masters Tournament and “American Idol” premiered on television.
Senator Dean Heller’s position on health care reform—he’s against it after having been for it while he was against it—has become a contortionist act worthy of the Circus Circus big top or Absinthe tent. But the Republicans’ recent display of legislative incompetence also brings to mind Harry Reid and Ralph Roske.
A group of local medical students is holding a water drive for people in the homeless corridor this weekend. They'll be collecting bottled water then donating it to the Salvation Army, which will distribute it to indigent men and women in Downtown Las Vegas.
Jose Yañez was only 7 years old when he and his parents came to Las Vegas from Mexico. He spent the next couple years learning English, and later became the valedictorian for his high school graduating class at Advanced Technologies Academy before being accepted to Princeton to study mechanical and aerospace engineering.
The violence that broke out in Charlottesville, Virginia, this weekend when a “Unite the Right” rally clashed with counter protesters has resonated around the country. One person, Heather Heyer, was killed when a car rammed into the crowd of counter protesters. Nineteen other people were hurt. An Ohio man who was driving the car was charged.