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Reed-Francois, deputy athletics director at Virginia Tech, will begin as UNLV athletics director June 1; introductory news conference scheduled for 2 p.m. April 18.
The ABC anchor behind primetime news magazine "What Would You Do?" discusses translating the show's Good Samaritan-theme to his new book; tickets are free.
Doctor, author, and top 100 "influential thinker," Gawande will discuss advances in healthcare; tickets are free.
With the turn of tassels on Dec. 17, we proudly celebrated our newest #UNLVGrads.
When commencement calls for full regalia, our president takes the stage in style. Here's how our presidential bling came to be.
Hosting the final presidential debate helped put UNLV on the map for prospective students.
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.
Ronstadt, a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and recipient of the National Medal of Arts, will be interviewed by noted journalist Ray Suarez; tickets are free.
President Jessup pens letter regarding UNLV's core values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Which lines from the Presidential Debate got the most response from students? Here's our ranking from tepid titters to guffaws with gusto.
Scenes from Presidential Debate watch events on campus.
We're still sorting through the thousands of photos our two photographers took during Debate Day. We'll share them in slideshows over the next couple of days. In the meantime, enjoy this quick snapshot of the day.
Get an early look at the Thomas & Mack's debate hall and the first broadcasts from the cable news stages on our campus.
UNLV is hosting the final presidential debate of 2016. Here’s how we landed the big event and what that says about the rise of our university and our city.
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