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"Sheer agony and triumphant beauty intersect" (Washington Post).
UNLV alum Gregory Gudenkauf, a major gifts officer at Opportunity Village, is working with donors to make a difference for people with disabilities.
This College of Education professor says that UNLV's diversity and school spirit were among the factors that drew her here.
Can you name five female artists? The Barrick Museum's collection will help you pass this cultural test for Women's History Month.
Winner of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, "Disgraced" is an unflinching exploration of sex, religion, and cultural assimilation.
UNLV program offers local seniors the learning opportunity of a lifetime — and the program is ready for another growth spurt.
Annual fundraising event has grown from warehouse gamble into a full-blown food festival. Former dean shares the story of how it started.
Chemistry grad Nancy Washton aims to get more girls into science in STEM-focused #SitWithMe campaign.
Education policy experts explore how growing the pool of high-quality, diverse teachers benefits students and the state alike.
Step into the custom-designed training center for UNLV nursing students where manikins talk, blood is made by the gallon, and life-saving skills are mastered.
UNLV’s Community Garden gets Hotel College students digging down to the root of sustainability, the environment, and what makes for the best veggies on your dinner plate.
Verdery is a prolific published composer, as well as an innovative and eclectic classical guitarist.