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Learn some ways to be more than a bystander when an emergency arises.
Assembling all the essentials in a grab-and-go bag will make sure you're ready for a fast evacuation.
Can you answer all the 'What if' questions in case of an emergency?
Climb the rocks, canoe the rapids, or paint some scenery on these excursions, hand-in-hand with Mother Nature.
Receive notifications when you need them, wherever you are. Learn more #BeRebelSafe campaign.
This new Rebel credits her sister for showing her how to turn her passion for outdoor recreation into a career.
Whether you’re new on campus or returning for another semester, this fall promises to bring new experiences. Here's how to make sure they're safe.
Campus safety to be improved with the addition of more emergency phones
Along with dedicated allies, Conrad Wilson succeeds in quest to extend educational assistance to dependents of classified staff.
This aspiring "world-improvement strategist" hopes that studying in Israel will help her gain a more in-depth perspective on Middle East conflicts and allow her to improve her Arabic.
Pay attention to your surroundings and don't be afraid to ask for help, and your time on campus can remain safe and sound.
Student event coordinators shifted homecoming's focus to philanthropy, and look to carry that mission to the 2018 iteration of the event.
More than 3,000 students from 37 states and 57 countries to participate in 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. ceremonies this Saturday.
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Student Affairs In The News
Tina Chang had a mattress pad under one arm and a blue bass guitar in the other.
Angelyn Tabalba has a long list of titles after her name. She’s a radio host who gives listeners lessons about Hawaiian history on her show “The Little Grass Shack.” She works with the Asian Community Development Council, doing outreach on UNLV’s campus. She’s an officer for the Residence Hall Association, a rising senior at UNLV studying journalism and criminal justice, and an aspiring graduate student. All commitments that have been made easier because she has lived on campus.
Students in the Nevada System of Higher Education probably will face fee hikes in 2019 and 2020.
In the late 2000s, UNLV officials were alarmed by news reports of a million military veterans returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and enrolling in colleges and universities that were largely unprepared to welcome former combatants.
UNLV is trying something new this semester in the name of inclusion, and it's working better than anyone had hoped. School officials say an LGBTQ-friendly residence hall on campus has been so popular it has a waiting list.
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Director, Military & Veteran Services Center
Director of the UNLV Military & Veteran Services Center