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From first pitches to puck drops, a round-up of what our student-athletes are up to (so far) this spring.
Campus complex will be day-to-day home for Rebel Football and offer student-athletes place to prepare for success on the field and in the classroom.
The prospect of helping student-athletes pursue their dreams and the opportunity to work again with Desiree Reed-Francois drew this new member of the athletics department to UNLV.
Dick Calvert has been behind the mic for most of school’s history.
Chef Mark Sandoval leading interdisciplinary pilot program to feed basketball team breakfast, and that might just be the tip of the omelette.
The women's soccer standout may forget her cleats when she goes on the road, but she wouldn't be caught without Netflix access to watch "Peaky Blinders."
As athletics director takes stock of UNLV's programs, she lays down the roadmap to the future.
Ernst Lied and his namesake library continue to play an important part in the everyday lives of UNLV students.
Back-to-school events to highlight UNLV campus traditions, student involvement, 60th anniversary festivities, and the president’s vision for academics and beyond.
Recap of social media moments from Aug. 4-11.
What our students are talking about. July 28 - August 4.
Highlights include $25 million gift for UNLV medical school and record year for athletics fundraising; UNLV has raised $243 million in past three years.
Modern look celebrates UNLV Athletics’ rich history and tie to Las Vegas; projects steady progression of one of nation’s most recognizable college brands.
UNLV President Len Jessup; Dan Price, president of design firm Adrenalin; and members of the spirit logo refresh committee will outline the refresh process and unveil the updated mark.
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Athletics In The News
In the early 1980s, UNLV football practiced on what then-head coach Harvey Hyde described as a “parking lot.”
The UNLV men's basketball team is looking to reestablish a winning culture and that means shakeups are needed. The team has already debuted new uniforms for the upcoming season, which were met with mixed reviews, and the latest change will surely have fans talking again.
The UNLV football team is rallying together in support of its local community after the Oct. 1 mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip took the lives of 58 people and injured more than 500.
Tributes abounded in Las Vegas on Saturday, when the city played host to UFC 216 and UNLV's home football game against San Diego State, the city's first two major sporting events since the mass shooting that killed 58 people this week.
Las Vegas is still reeling from Sunday’s shooting massacre that left 59 dead, and on Saturday night UNLV will play its first home football game since it happened. The Rebels will be sporting a unique look for their game against No. 19 San Diego State.
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