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A group of four people standing with mascot Hey Reb! holding a "Rebel Family" sign.
Campus News | July 19, 2019
Do you remember your first moments as a Rebel? Take a look back at some of the memories made at orientation this summer.
Carlos Flores stands in front of a bank of television screens
Arts and Culture | July 18, 2019
How the gatekeepers in pop culture find exclusivity in their fandom.
spoon pours candy sprinkles atop pile of white sugar
Business and Community | July 17, 2019
How does the body react when you nix sugar from your diet? UNLV nutritionist Samantha Coogan shares a winning solution for withdrawal symptoms, and what to expect when they’re over.
Exterior of UNLV School of Dental Medicine Building
People | July 17, 2019
García is an accomplished researcher, teacher, and administrator whose leadership and advocacy have been recognized nationally; she begins at UNLV Sept. 1.
A man and woman embrace at the Latinx/UNLV meeting.
Business and Community | July 17, 2019
Students conducting interviews say the project allows them to reconnect to their heritage.
Research | July 17, 2019
Latinx oral history project gives grad student a way to up-end the misperceptions of the Las Vegas community he grew up in.
Patricia Butler with her chin resting on her hand.
People | July 16, 2019
One of the professors in her department describes administrative assistant Patricia Butler as "the sunshine."
Nakia Jackson-Hale holding hands with her three kids and jumping in the air outside.
People | July 15, 2019
The executive director of alumni relations & special events handles a variety of tasks for the Boyd School of Law.
graphic depiction of seismograph during earthquake
Business and Community | July 12, 2019
Nevada is the nation’s third-most seismically active state and neighbors quake-prone California, which experienced two temblors in early July felt in Las Vegas. UNLV geoscientist Wanda Taylor explains why, and what we can do to prepare.
Reel slot machine on casino floor
Research | July 12, 2019
As casino operators optimize the house advantage, a new UNLV study contradicts long-held beliefs about a player’s ability to detect differences in how much – and how often – a slot machine pays.
Bradley Boe ready to play wheelchair rugby
People | July 11, 2019
Bradley Boe finds empowerment in a new scholarship for students with spinal cord injuries.
Mayan sculpture on display
Research | July 11, 2019
UNLV archaeologists Arlen and Diane Chase spoke with Salt Lake City alums as the Alumni Association launches its new Rebels Forever membership structure.