Breaking point: a history of female tennis players changing the game for good
Suzanne Lenglen was about as badass as you could get for a sportswoman in the 1920s. The ‘first diva of tennis’ had a serious temper, she drank from a flask between sets, smoked and had many lovers. She scoffed in the face of customs and traditions, and played to win. And she wanted to look damn good doing it, too.
Numerous UNLV Students won awards at the Media Innovation Hackathon sponsored by the Beasley Media Group in collaboration with UNLV at the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month.
Student teams aimed to generate potential commercial products. Winners include:
First Place: Converting Radio Waves to Energy. Matias Allieti (Mechanical...
Special Collections & Archives (Libraries) has received a significant donation from Mark and Marianne Haley to support the Latinx Voices of Southern Nevada project and to hire a graduate student to work on processing the menu collection.
Christopher Cain and Kendall Murphy (both Hospitality) recently were honored by the Southern Nevada chapter of the PGA. Cain received a Lifetime Achievement Award, while Murphy was named Golf Professional of the Year. Cain and Murphy head the PGA golf management program at the Harrah College of Hospitality. The program is one of only 18 in the...