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UNLV engineering faculty and students turned to the entertainment arena to carve out their unique research niche.
Keeping UNLV shady and green is one of the goals of this member of the university's tree crew.
Facing down a fundraising challenge, the team's annual effort during National Finals Rodeo is crucial to keeping everyone in the saddle.
The Oct. 19 debate at UNLV’s Thomas & Mack Center was the third most watched in history, attracting more than 71 million television viewers.
Hosting the final presidential debate helped put UNLV on the map for prospective students.
Thomas & Mack concessions manager Shawn Corr is in the midst of year-long term as president of the National Association of Collegiate Concessionaires.
The first-of-its-kind program in Nevada is aimed at helping patients overcome the hurdles to receiving care.
Survival rate stands nearly 5 percent below the national average for Southern Nevadans and is especially low for state's black and Filipina women.
The federal DACA program was introduced in 2012 and provides opportunities for students to become educated in their fields of studies and contribute to their communities and economies.
This new chair of the department of world languages and cultures says she has worked in other areas, but finds the allure of Spanish literature irresistible.
Honors College students come together for a little food, a little friendship to celebrate Thanksgiving.
This production is a playful new adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved novel and a recent Off-Broadway hit.