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UNLV study shows frog embryos can fully regrow their eyes after injury, debunking a belief that they can’t.
These student-athletes don't just grapple with the books, they grapple with each other.
Criminal justice student Max Ornelas juggles hitting the books and hitting the heavy bag as a pro boxer.
Sessions start at the top of each hour from 1 to 5 p.m.
Projects include a portable wind turbine for easy power generation following natural disaster, a mobile app that helps shelter animals find families, and a hands-free thermal imaging camera for first responders.
This College of Education professor is passionate about making higher education accessible to all students and responsive to their needs.
Two-time Coach of the Year Yvonne Wade breaks through for UNLV’s first Mountain West indoor track title despite team’s gear being stolen.
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The season ends with this collection of works choreographed by the bachelor of fine arts majors in dance performance and choreography.
Longtime New Yorker writer will explore ways art and science have been approached together, and separately, over the years.
Athletic trainer Chely Arias’ quick actions on a high school ball field turned a harrowing scene into a happy ending.
This is the 8th consecutive year UNLV has earned the designation from G.I. Jobs Magazine.
School of Medicine professor Dr. John Ham leads state's only organ transplant program.
The student-led Scientista Foundation chapter is working to close the gender gap in professional STEM fields.
Harvard professor and Norton anthology editor Martin Puchner on the importance of World Literature and how it can impact students.
Passing the baton in the search for distant planets.
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The largest statewide preservation group in Nevada is out with its annual list of 11 Most Endangered Places. These are sites with significant historical value that might just get the wrecking ball or otherwise disappear unless something is done.
As the first of more than 3,500 UNLVino guests were streaming into the courtyard of the Keep Memory Event Center in Symphony Park, 1,926 blue, white and red balloons were released to honor legendary French chef Paul Bocuse, who died in January at age 91.