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Titles aimed at younger readers can help teens through difficult times, especially when it comes to diversity-related issues.
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UNLV's on-campus Student Health Center Pharmacy will support clinical studies that can help new medications and devices make it to market.
The Research & Creative Honors Program helps UNLV undergrads prepare for graduate research work.
When toxic masculinity is part of a culture, male survivors of childhood abuse may turn to crime as a way to reclaim their masculinity.
A spirited week on campus as sororities welcomed new members and students ran together during the sixth annual Undie Run.
Mohseni, an Iranian-born artist and filmmaker, will speak in the Barrick Museum of Art auditorium.
Researchers work with underage sex trafficking victims to identify new ways to assist exploited children and prevent others from entering the abuse cycle.
Goryachev, renowned for his musical sensitivity and virtuosity, performs in the Rando-Grillot Recital Hall.
Tamar Ettun's "Jubilation Inflation" unifies different areas of the artist's practice in a multifaceted examination of trauma, healing, and radical empathy.
Learn some ways to be more than a bystander when an emergency arises.
Oscar Wilde's sparkling comedy runs through Oct. 7 in the Judy Bayley Theatre.
Wittenberg is an interdisciplinary artist based in Los Angeles working primarily in video, sculpture, and installation.
UNLV astrophysicists ponder "reservoirs of life" on the moons of planets expelled by their hosts and drifting through the galaxy.
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UNLV is launching a two-day fundraising drive next month, in which students and staff will encourage giving back to the school.
Andrew Schoultz’s In Process: Every Movement Counts boasts so much chromatic swag, the political messaging goes covert. Who could blame the casual viewer for thinking In Process is about how graffiti and street art meet skating culture in a retinal cataclysm? Casual viewer, you are right! Schoultz skids right out of the California skater scene, comic books stuffed in the backpack of youth along with guerilla muralist gear. His tricks are just getting started.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas announced its first two-day fundraising drive which encourages students and staff to give back to the community.
Students in UNLV’s Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion class learn about mystical topics such as ritual magic, dream magic, vision quests and shamanism.
UNLV is ranked as the most diverse university for undergraduates on the U.S. News & World Report’s annual listing for the Best Ethnic Diversity category.
Home prices in the majority of metro areas across the country — places such as Nashville, Los Angeles, Austin and Indianapolis — have eclipsed their pre-recession peak.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama is in the valley to host a voter registration rally at Chaparral High School.
Nearly 100 Sands China team members attended the company’s annual Advanced Responsible Gaming Ambassador training program on Thursday and Friday at Conrad Macao, Cotai Central. This program was organized for team members to become responsible gaming ambassadors with enhanced knowledge of gambling problems and awareness of the importance of responsible gaming.
The parent of a camper who attends a half-day summer school program explained to me one day that she had never learned to swim and has regretted it ever since. Mrs. Lopez implored me to find a solution so that her son, and other campers who were missing swim instruction due to their summer school schedules, could learn this critical life-skill.
Candidates for the top posts in state government are promising changes following an investigation by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution into how sexual harassment complaints by state employees are handled.