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This traveling exhibition explores the intersections among a network of more than 50 Los Angeles-based queer Chicanx artists.
Campus is open over winter break. Come learn what UNLV has to offer.
A varied career, including stints as a cancer center administrator and a film production coordinator, eventually led Nicole Stephens to UNLV.
Whether it's the end of your first semester or last, making it through another 16 weeks of courses is cause for celebration.
UNLV kicker Evan Pantels lands the first gig of his career thanks to UNLV Atheltics' Rebels Go Pro program.
Astrophysicists discover a large population of potential young planets in distant solar systems.
More than 2,000 students from 33 states and 49 countries eligible to participate in 4 p.m. ceremony at Thomas & Mack Center.
Wrap up these literary recommendations from the biggest readers on campus.
Dr. Yen Cao’s quick reaction in an emergency may have saved a motorist’s life.
Pantry has helped students, staff, and faculty over the past eight years.
A health economist in the Lee Business School, her research interests center around policies addressing the health of low-income and at-risk infants and children.
The study week checklist includes playing with puppies, smashing a car, and practicing a lot of yoga. Are we forgetting anything? Oh yeah, studying.
Take some advice from these Rebels: Don't hit the books quite so hard.
Police Services is the central repository for UNLV’s lost & found items. You won’t believe what comes in and what never gets claimed.
Two-time UNLV alumnus Andrew Baca has done a little bit of everything in his career … except let setbacks stand in the way.
On a trip to Wynn Las Vegas, UNLV medical students learn that choosing healthier options doesn’t mean sacrificing flavor.
UNLV In The News
Dissecting a virtual body has pluses, but some experts say the real thing teaches medical students empathy and respect.
New data published by the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors shows 10,000 single-family homes were on the market and by the end of November, 7,000 of those homes had zero offers, up 54% compared to 2017 and the highest number of homes in Las Vegas Valley to not get a bid in more than two years.
When the MGM Grand opened 25 years ago Tuesday, it was the largest hotel in the world and launched an era of growth that forever changed Southern Nevada.
Young adulthood is a time of growth, learning, and exploration—a time to start building a life of your own and get excited about the future. Yet for some of our nation’s 21 million college students, the transition into adulthood is a time of significant change and intense challenge to their emotional health and well-being.