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The exhibit hopes to encourage broad participation and inspire conversation around November’s midterm elections. On display through Nov. 6
"What's Going On" features the music of Marvin Gaye Nov. 2-4. "No Guarantees," composed by music professor Cynthia Lee Wong, is Nov. 16-17.
This Performing Arts Center concert is sponsored by the Lawrence Livingston Downs Trust.
Helping engineering students channel their inner Shakespeare
A renowned architectural educator, Lehmann comes to UNLV from the University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom.
Celebrating tradition in true Rebel style.
The “Most Spirited Rebel” contestants share the reasons they rep for the Rebels wherever they go.
A look back at UNLV's earliest Homecoming events.
Scholarship fuels research that could save communities from floods.
October is ADHD Awareness Month. As child diagnoses rise, UNLV psychologist Ronald T. Brown offers tips that parents should consider before calling their medical provider.
Class project opens eyes of School of Medicine students to obstacles faced by some valley residents.
The Washington Post raves that the trio plays with "such power and sweeping passion."
Tae Hwang & MR Barnadas are a transnational duo and co-founders of Collective Magpie currently based out of the borderlands of San Diego - Tijuana.
On Oct. 18, UNLV will participate in an earthquake preparedness drill.
Growing demand drives growth in online courses. Here are the people and tools helping faculty cross the digital divide.
Known as one of the most versatile drummers in the business, his experience includes big band, blues, rock, Latin, fusion, and more.
UNLV In The News
Economists know that the prices of houses tend to drop in the aftermath of a nearby wildfire. But a new paper reveals good news for those who have invested in vulnerable woodland property: Unless you can literally see the fire scar from your home, these prices rebound within a couple of years.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas Junior Matthew McArthur was robbed and hit over the head with a gun on campus.
Dennis Hof was a showman who capitalized on the caricature bestowed by his business – the world’s greatest pimp. He would love the attention his death is getting.
In 1978, Hustler Magazine published a horrifying image of a woman being put through a meat grinder (link not safe for work). That image was similar to an ad which recently ran in outlets across Nevada.