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The Research & Creative Honors Program helps UNLV undergrads prepare for graduate research work.
When toxic masculinity is part of a culture, male survivors of childhood abuse may turn to crime as a way to reclaim their masculinity.
Mohseni, an Iranian-born artist and filmmaker, will speak in the Barrick Museum of Art auditorium.
Researchers work with underage sex trafficking victims to identify new ways to assist exploited children and prevent others from entering the abuse cycle.
Goryachev, renowned for his musical sensitivity and virtuosity, performs in the Rando-Grillot Recital Hall.
Tamar Ettun's "Jubilation Inflation" unifies different areas of the artist's practice in a multifaceted examination of trauma, healing, and radical empathy.
Learn some ways to be more than a bystander when an emergency arises.
Oscar Wilde's sparkling comedy runs through Oct. 7 in the Judy Bayley Theatre.
Wittenberg is an interdisciplinary artist based in Los Angeles working primarily in video, sculpture, and installation.
UNLV astrophysicists ponder "reservoirs of life" on the moons of planets expelled by their hosts and drifting through the galaxy.
Communication Studies Professor Jennifer Guthrie provides strategies on how to resolve problems in the workplace.
How the Mother of Dragons helps this mother of three teens.
UNLV’s 3D-printed hands have traveled the U.S. as Hailey has thrown out the first pitch at all Major League Baseball parks this season.
This unique mechanical interpretation of the story of the traditional circus creates a welcoming place — like the big top welcomes us all.
In her first address to the UNLV campus, Meana stressed the importance of connectivity between research, community, and student success, and the critical role everyone on campus plays in helping the university reach its potential.
You never know what you'll find on campus. Bonus: The community helps us celebrate our 61st anniversary.
UNLV In The News
A sticky note with the message "Kill the blacks" was reportedly found recently in Lied Library at UNLV.
A sticky note with the words, “kill the blacks,” written on the small blue piece of paper was found this week by UNLV students, prompting worries of hostility toward minorities on campus.
A sorority reported their concerns to school officials after finding a note reading 'Kill The Blacks' at Lied Library at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas campus this week.
You can’t travel far in Las Vegas without seeing a payday loan storefront.
Payday loan companies provide money fast, but they are criticized for their high interest rates.