abstract digital art
Arts and Culture | January 18, 2023
This spring’s exhibition season features five solo exhibitions of artists exploring diverse mediums, themes, and identities.
woman posing
People | January 18, 2023
Among her many titles — therapist, professor, director of UNLV's Couple and Family Therapy Program — Sara Jordan credits her mortician and EMT father for showing her a sense of humor is invaluable even in the most serious of careers.
photo illustration of woman with environmental graphics
People | January 17, 2023
Beyond being passionate about researching climate change and its environmental impacts — Marie-Odile Fortier is unobjectively enthusiastic about educating others on the complex topic.
man clearing away palm tree branches
UNLV History | January 13, 2023
A living reminder of the late arborist and UNLV Grounds supervisor of 35 years is rising up along the Academic Mall.
Glenn Barnes, DO
People | January 12, 2023
Doctor of osteopathic medicine Glenn Barnes works to prevent, evaluate, treat, and rehabilitate injuries for recreational and competitive athletes of all ages.
Claytee White seated on stage with microphone
Business and Community | January 11, 2023
UNLV discussion series brings community together for conversations on ways to address systemic racism and find solutions; event coincides with a new exhibit on the first floor of Lied Library.
black and white photo of a family with kids
Business and Community | January 11, 2023
UNLV law and fine arts students team up to help a neglected neighborhood rise up again.
man poses with large columns behind him
Campus News | January 10, 2023
Liaisons assist with the successful daily operation of campus buildings by keeping communication lines open between occupants and Facilities Management.
photo illustration of man holding large camera
People | January 9, 2023
He never intended to fall for photography, but after this UNLV alum found out what it was like to take a good shot during an elective class — he was hooked.
group of three women pose for photo
Campus News | January 5, 2023
Following the release of a UNLV film department documentary, the Boyd School of Law helps lead discussions on the future of Windsor Park.
older woman being interviewed by film crew in her living room
Campus News | January 5, 2023
Boyd Law and the College of Fine Arts at UNLV produce a documentary about Windsor Park homes built over geologic faults and facing long-term subsidence problems.
Brett Abarbanel
Campus News | January 5, 2023
Longtime research director brings nearly 20 years of advisory and leadership experience in transition to lead role.