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March 31 game marks 8-year-old Las Vegas girl Hailey Dawson's first Major League Baseball park pitch in 2018 using her UNLV 3D-printed hand.
UNLV biologist finds nearly 400 genes potentially associated with obesity and other health problems in fruit flies.
Georgiann Davis and Claudia Keelan earned top honors from the Nevada System of Higher Education for their research and creative accomplishments.
How a vacation in South Africa, a one-of-its-kind UNLV lab, and pieces of volcanic glass smaller than a grain of salt changed a long-held view of human history.
Finding a way to merge his interest in sports and passion for science led this new faculty member to his career in kinesiology and exercise physiology.
At the inaugural Mountain West Esports Showdown, UNLV’s 8-bit esports team made history by winning the championship.
Monthly report is packed with zip code-specific data and offers insight on housing market trends statewide.
Scientific analysis of diamond impurities - known as inclusions - reveal naturally forming ice crystals and point to water-rich regions deep below the Earth's crust.
Gemma Marmalade is a British artist and professor in photographic art practice at the University of Derby, specializing in experimental approaches to the radical intersections of photography, video, and performance.
Voluntary notification of 184 patients seen in the Faculty Dental Practice.
This is the ninth consecutive year UNLV Jazz has been invited to the festival that draws top student musicians from around the world.
Some of the best teams in collegiate gaming will meet as UNLV’s "8-Bit Esports" takes on Boise State in the inaugural Mountain West Esports Showdown.
8-bit Esports member Yzzi Ocampo on the challenges female gamers face and the community she found on UNLV's campus.
The computer science major on taking a nonconventional career path and coaching UNLV's Overwatch team to esports success.
The Performing Arts Center and School of Music celebrate Debussy's centennial with his late Violin Sonata.
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Add $8 million to the funding that UNLV stands to lose if Len Jessup is pushed out as the university’s president.
UNLV President Len Jessup’s decision to sign an agreement conditioning a $14 million donation to the medical school on him keeping his job through 2022 “raises serious questions about Dr. Jessup’s ethics” and “the optics are appalling,” a lawyer for the Nevada System of Higher Education wrote in a legal opinion obtained by The Nevada Independent.
An agreement signed by UNLV President Len Jessup for the university to receive a $14 million gift for its medical school has become ammunition in a behind-the-scenes attempt by members of the Nevada Board of Regents to pressure Jessup into giving up his position.
The 8 News NOW I-Team has obtained the letter written by the Engelstad family rescinding their $14 million donation from UNLV's School of Medicine.