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Campus News | July 14, 2020
Urban Affairs’ Advising Center Crafts Remote Infrastructure in Response to Pandemic
A portrait of Joseph Regalia.
People | July 13, 2020
While the law professor misses being on campus, remote teaching is allowing him to plow further into his passion for technology.
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Business and Community | July 10, 2020
Placements provide students vital experience as they serve at more than 60 local agencies.
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Business and Community | July 9, 2020
UNLV student, librarian suggest diversifying at-home libraries as a first step in supporting people of color.

UNLV Experts In The News

July 13, 2020
On July 9, Desert Companion hosted “Every Voice: Race, Protest, and Power in Las Vegas,” a live Zoom roundtable on racial justice. How does protest translate into policy? Is defunding the police a feasible idea — or is reform more realistic? How is Las Vegas unique as it grapples with systemic racism on a local level? Panelists engaged these questions and many more.
Buckeyes Wire
July 13, 2020
The Big Ten was the first domino to fall by announcing plans for conference-only schedules for fall sports. The Pac-12 followed suit, and we’re now waiting on what the other conferences will do, most notably the rest of the Power Five: the SEC, Big 12, and ACC.
July 13, 2020
Today is the hottest day of the year so far and while staying indoors is recommended, that is not an option for everybody.
People | July 9, 2020
Determination and a crucial letter from a Nursing faculty member allowed Alyssa Macleod to get back into the country just in time for her clinical classes.
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Business and Community | July 8, 2020
Funds will help food pantry staff purchase food, equipment, and a new online ordering system, and expand nutrition education to the community. 
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Campus News | July 8, 2020
For everyone on campus — student, faculty, and staff alike — face coverings are mandatory to help keep us all as healthy as possible. Here's who these Rebels are wearing their masks for.
People | July 8, 2020
Toyokazu “Chris” Endo plans to feed his appetite for service by becoming a cardiothoracic surgeon.
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People | July 7, 2020
Remote orientation keeps energy and enthusiasm up among new students through the pandemic.

Recent Accomplishments

July 14, 2020
Laura Brennan, Sapira Cheuk (both Art) and Jean Munson (Art and WRIN) have published personal essays and images of their artwork as a part of Nevada Humanities' online program Heart to Heart. Their work considers the place of the artist amidst quarantine and pandemic.
July 14, 2020
Elia Del Carmen Solano-Patricio (Public Policy and Leadership and Honors), along with Yanneli Llamas, '20 BA Criminal Justice and English, are recipients of the highly competitive and prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, awarded by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. This scholarship...
July 14, 2020
Marina Garber (Colacicchi) ( World Languages and Cultures) is the author of a book of poetry that has been the subject of two recent reviews. "The Ural's Accent" by Oleg Dozmorov was published in the literary magazine Znamya (Russia). "The Unsightly Exhibits"  by Marina Temkina was published in The New Review Quarterly.
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