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Forget national politics — the director of UNLV's new urban leadership program says those working at the city level will be affecting the most change in the coming decade.
James Busser and Wen Chang provide resorts with the insights they need to keep star employees.
This alum says she chose to work at UNLV because she enjoyed attending the university so much that she just couldn't tear herself away.
More than a dozen students will partner with the National Park Service and other groups on a restoration project to add native plants, protect shoreline, and boost wildlife.
Ross Bryant selected as top advisor out of 1,400 Student Veterans of America chapters nationwide.
Three students culminated 10 months of hard work by representing UNLV at the Consumer Electronics Show with a better way to pop popcorn in the process.
UNLV law professor answers questions about civic engagement and why she believes it is a key component of preserving American democracy.
UNLV played host to the third and final presidential debate of the 2016 election. Our favorite news stories capturing the preparation, the big day, and beyond.
UNLV School of Music faculty perform music by Liszt, Bartok, Kodaly, and Brahms as part of the Chamber Music Series.
Barrick Museum chronicles its evolution as a principal venue for contemporary art and unveils new shows for its celebration.
Directed by Michael Lugering, the production will be staged in the Black Box Theatre.
Doctor, author, and top 100 "influential thinker," Gawande will discuss advances in healthcare; tickets are free.